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12/07/2004 05:57:57 PM · #51
Some of the high end cameras are made to produce images for image editing software. As you move closer to the prosumer cameras, the "out-of-the-camera" image is sharper. Most point-and-shoot cameras sharpen the image "in-camera". I recently read this in an article. It showed how the cameras mentioned above (or below, depending on how you sort your posts) have varying degrees of sharpness out-of-the-camera. I will try to find that article and post it here.

12/07/2004 06:02:59 PM · #52
If the sharpness is an issue, and the problem isn't with the lens, why don't you just increase the sharpness settings in the camera, or adjust it in Photoshop?
12/07/2004 06:06:45 PM · #53
Originally posted by skief:

And no one even mentions the Pentax *ist-d.... Poor thing...

The reason no one mentions this camera is because it is impossible to read and pronounce.
"Can I help you?"
"Yes, do you have the Pentax asterisk-ist dash D?"
"What did you call me?"
"You know, the star I-S-T, uh, D. Pentax."
"Rap albums are on aisle 9."
"Nevermind. Can I look at that D70?"
12/07/2004 06:07:17 PM · #54
Originally posted by jammer112:

the images I get out of my Olympus 5050z are sharper and cleaner.


they're probably oversharp. I had the same camera, showed every pore and hair on a person's face...not so nice.

P.S. the 10D isn't being manufactured anymore..
12/07/2004 06:09:52 PM · #55
Originally posted by wackybill:

Why suggest that someone spend $300 more for a camera if the DRebel has everything they need?


Like the man said: to get a better camera. I upgraded 'cause I needed more features. The 300D isn't for everyone, yes of course it depends on what you want/need it for. I would like to have mine again as a back-up, though.
12/07/2004 06:11:13 PM · #56
Originally posted by GoldBerry:

...I would like to have mine again as a back-up, though.


I have one! :) LorI? LOL :)
12/07/2004 06:13:34 PM · #57
Originally posted by doctornick:

Originally posted by GoldBerry:

...I would like to have mine again as a back-up, though.


I have one! :) LorI? LOL :)


I'll give you $10 and a box of leftover halloween candy.
12/07/2004 06:22:35 PM · #58
Originally posted by GoldBerry:

I'll give you $10 and a box of leftover halloween candy.


LOL no deal! I want your first born at least! >:) LOL
12/07/2004 06:23:39 PM · #59
Originally posted by jadin:

I had a soft focus problem, until I adjusted the diopter. Now it's oh so pretty.


Whatchu mean adjusted teh dipoter and now it's oh so pretty? Need info: diopter, does it affect autofocus? is that also on the D70? ACK! Don't want to be missing a big piee of the puzzle if I don't have to.

By the way, a thread at www.nikonians.com mentioned a few months ago in the D70 forum that a somwhat accomplished National Geo photog carries 2 Nikon D70's in his 4 camera (lean) travel pack. Something to consider in the scheme of things I suppose. Have to say tho I loved the dual prism focus indicator of my Dad's old Canon AE1.
12/07/2004 07:03:52 PM · #60
Originally posted by jammer112:

Help! I am looking to step up to a DSL. I am looking at the Canon Digital Rebel and 10D and the Nikon D70 and D100. Everyone says the Nikons are great but when I look at the images they appear soft to me. Even after just doing a shoot with a $3800 Nikon D1X, I think the images I get out of my Olympus 5050z are sharper and cleaner. What does everybody think? Do the Nikon's have a soft focus issue? Can the older Nikon D100 still compete on image quality with the newer cameras?


There is more out there then just Canon & Nikon, Olympus E-300 should be something you may want to look into.
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