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54454Re: [PanoToolsNG] Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera for panos?

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    Jun 3, 2012
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      On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 9:07 PM, luca vascon <luca.vascon@...> wrote:

      We are specular, I've got my Nikon italian pusher who is the pro marketing director.
      The camera has a gooooood sensor.

      I agreee
      Do not give a damm if it is an entry level, since you have raw and a pro-grade sensor!

      same thinking
      It is very light and small, good for pole panoramas.


      Grey market is selling it w/o lens already.

      LINKS ????
      where ?
      USA ?

      Europe is no good :-)

      euro is toooo high value, no good for import from there :-)



      2012/6/4 AYRTON <avi@...>

      The D3200 I was informed by NIKON's Marketing Director

      who is my partner and sponsor in Brazil
      that it's a camera that will NOT be sold only the body

      You can check at Adorama.com or B&H and others
      that they sell it only with a kit lens 18-55mm


      They say it's an entry level camera for amateurs that were using compact cameras and want to move up


      "It's not WHAT you shoot. It's the WAY you shoot it."

      On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 7:46 PM, Ken Warner <kwarner000@...> wrote:
      The D3200 has the same sensor (I think) as the NEX 7 and is half the price.

      Wait a few months and you could probably pick up a D3200 body for $500.
      But some of the features are limited like no exposure bracketing.  And
      it's heavier than the NEX 7 -- 18oz vs 12.5oz.

      But new cameras are coming out so often that in a month there could be even
      better, cheaper camera both with and without mirrors.

      luca vascon wrote:
      > I do have a small Panasonic GF2 and an Olympus EPL1 with te supersmall
      > Samyang 7.
      > Nothing is comparable to micro 4/3 as for size and lens choice (if you want
      > to use a system).
      > Sony Nex 5n has the best sensor, nex7 even better, but they do have poor
      > lens choice, lenses are bigger. If I can succeed in modifying that small
      > sammy fish in a GOOD way, nex5n or c3 could be a good buy.
      > Please consider that a D3200 plus 10.5 nikkor could come out for less than
      > 1k euros.
      > As for camera to keep in my pocket...
      > In the moment, I still think that Olympus EPL3-EPM1 are the best choice
      > (Panny g1x has no manual control over video). Lenses I have or I tested:
      > 14-45 and 14-42 both from Panasonic and Olympus:
      > They looked good to me, nothing special, but far better than Canon 18-55
      > kit lens, I'd say a bit better than any other kit zoom from any other dslr
      > I tested so far. Specially the last "metal look" Olympus version. They are
      > really fast and silent in focusing, even in continuous focusing during
      > video rec.
      > 7-14 panny, very good overpriced
      > 7.5 Samyang, marvelous and underpriced HAVE IT
      > 8 Panasonic, marvellous overpriced
      > 8-18 olympus, very good
      > 12 olympus, very good overpriced
      > 14 panny, very good, right price. I HAVE IT
      > 17 olympus, good, a bit pricey, but can't live without
      > 20 panny, dam good, I WILL BUY 2n hand
      > 25 pannyleica, marvellous, I do prefer the 20 and it is overpriced
      > 45 macro panny overpriced, very good lens, focus problems
      > 45 Oly, a must have, underpriced, marvellous. I WILL BUY
      > 45-200 panasonic, Very good, right price
      > Keep in mind that there is IN CAMERA CORRECTION for CA and GEOMETRY, that
      > is not perfect but effective.
      > the 12mp sensor is good, again far from perfect and do not spot the same
      > tonal extension of the Sony 16mp APSC one. You should not overpass 400iso
      > for panoramas, and 100 iso if you shoot at night.
      > Maybe the OMD could be a good reflex substitute for panos (I'd use the
      > Nikon3200+10.5 instead!) and maybe I'd not use my pocket setup for hi-level
      > jobs, but still I do endorse the micro 4/3 as system. It is REALLY good,
      > enjoyable, usable and useful.
      > My small Nodal Ninja head looks superchunky in comparision!!!
      > 2012/6/3 Peter <peter@...>
      >> Have you tried a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, such as the
      >> Pentax K-01, for making panos?
      >> If so, what has been your experience?  What is your opinion?  Please
      >> advise.  Thanks.
      >>  -- Peter
      >> ------------------------------------
      >> --


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