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This topic was created so that everyone can call your own most 'steep'at the moment a camera :).

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In the comments indicate:

  1. The camera you have and why is it really 'cool', it is advisable to attach one 'cool'photo from it :)
  2. The best'/'steep'a camera that you don't have, but which is perfect for this title :).

Until the next recording in Radozhiv temporarily amnestied all prisoners from blacklist.

Under the term 'steep'let everyone understand whatever he wants.

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Comments: 533, on the topic: Spring offtopic

  • Dmitriy

    To the debaters about the phones, I can say that Laszlo Gabani filmed his son's wedding at Yablozvon :) Reportage photography is generally not very demanding on the “sophistication” of the equipment. There are some other characteristics that are important, but no more. FF is not needed, for example. Often the most important thing is weight, size, battery life, and invisibility when shooting. It is not so rare that I meet people with "Leikas" among the (military) reporters. And with one lens. In particular, Anatoly Klein took pictures for her.

    • andrei2911

      Interesting opinion. I have always believed that equipment is the most important for reportage shooting. High speed and focusing accuracy, metering accuracy, high ISO, so that you can shoot at a short shutter speed. It is no coincidence that the top-end cameras from the manufacturers are exactly the reporters. Or are we talking about different things? About

      • Dmitriy

        Reportage reportage strife. If you are shooting a reportage about a high society gathering, photos from which will go to expensive glossy magazines, then yes, if you are shooting the Olympics, yes, but if you shoot in conditions when you have to carefully hide your presence, attract as little attention as possible when you carry equipment for several days, when it is only important that you can see in the photo, the presence of the photo itself at any cost without much regard for quality in the form of, say, noise, then the approach becomes different. Most of the pictures are printed in newspapers on third-rate paper with third-rate ink, or viewed on screens of a maximum of 27-inch monitors (publishers often use "apple" products of this size). hence the requirements.
        Equipment should meet exactly what life requires of you, not your imagination, and the commercial interests of large companies. It's my opinion.
        And in general, people see the whole picture, and look at it pixel by pixel by all sorts of cyber-masturbators, who themselves can’t create a sensible fig, as a rule.

        • Alexey

          +1, especially about pixel-by-pixel scanning!

      • Dmitriy

        Well, here, for example. Quality and artistry are not particularly important here.

        • Dmitriy

          Or here. The place, I think, will be recognized by many.

    • The Hedgehog

      Well, firstly, the Yablofon has a relatively good camera, and secondly, why all this verbiage? And so it is clear that the photograph is created by the photographer, who sees what he wants to get before he clicks the button. And one photographer from the same frame from the Yablofon and Prof. DSLRs will make two photos in most cases, very different in quality, the same applies to lenses. And there is no point in arguing with this. Progress does not stand still, and whether you stand still is your decision.

      • Dmitriy

        This "verbiage" meant that some participants in the discussion expressed the opinion that 90% of the result depends on the camera.

  • Michael

    1. I like my D750. My D50 is not bad either, and I like it too. About D750 wrote here in the comments in the thread about him.
    2. The best enemy of the good, and therefore I would like to have a good film player in the arsenal, for example F6 or the medium format Pentah or Mamia.

    • Yuric. [Xn]

      A good film magazine is FM2, and F6 is the world's best film magazine for a narrow person

      • Arkady Shapoval

        F6 is good :)

  • Peter Sh.

    It seems that judging by the comments in this thread, most people understand what is important and what is secondary. What can not but rejoice.
    Well, of course, some children come across with rich dads and nightmarish pictures, but where without them.
    Just on the background of such others feel like advanced photographers))

    Every advanced photographer should understand that any cool camera will become obsolete sooner or later. And good pictures will remain forever.

    • anonym

      Who are you talking about?

  • Eugene

    In the arsenal is the Canon 550D + double whale, which came in the kit (18-55 IS II, 55-250 IS). Thanks to the site of Arcadia, he became the owner of several more manual lenses. Thanks to Arkady !!!
    Photo taken on whale 18-55.

  • Eugene

    October last year

  • Eugene

    More

  • Eugene

    And more

  • Alexander

    At first there was a nikon 3100. I replaced it with a canon 600d (bribed the convenience of working with manual optics). Thanks to this site I decided to try it) Now I use Canon 60d + 18-135 stm, 50 1.8.
    From manual optics I tried a lot, left:
    helios 77 - brilliantly twisted
    Zeiss Pancolor - just good
    vega 28 - beloved, for the soul, the picture gives a light "film"
    Attached a photo from it, without lightrooms

  • Alexander

    I own Pentax kr (because the first mirror camera I used was my father and he was the old one since the 1970 film Pentax). Convenient to use, small, lightweight camera with stabilization on the camera, like color rendering, normally different functions compared to the same cameras from other manufacturers.
    I want dust and moisture protection, more specifically Pentax k3.

  • Alexander

    Photo on Pentax kr lens da 50 1.8

    • anonym

      Even the Pentax kr and the da 50 1.8 lens did not save you from the sky knocked to zero :)

  • Ramin m

    I am very pleased especially with the optics. Nikon D600 + 24-70 2.8 + 70-200 2.8 VR - for all occasions :). Before that there was D80, D5100, D7000. In my opinion, the “cool” device is the D800 / 810.
    I also think that it would be better for Nikon to make mirrorless cameras with the same mount and quality from budget DSLRs (D3000s and D5000s), that would be “Cool” :)

    Photo: D600 70-200 2.8 - F / 4 ISO400 1 / 2500sec 200mm (Baku 02/11/2014)

  • Yuric. [Xn]

    Coolest - Nikon D3s: Price, working iso, ergonomics, autofocus, rate of fire
    Sorry did not release an update to the D700, for example D700s
    Photo from D700 + Nikkor 400 / 2.8G

  • Vadim

    I have owned D5100 for four years, before it was (and still is and is working) Kodak P712, and before it was Kiev-4M, and it all started with Smena-8M ... And what is interesting, it all took pictures! Each camera pleased with its work! It's just that each device has its own capabilities and tasks. In my opinion, talking about the coolest is not correct. Each of those on sale has its own flavor. It's just that they are all different. For example, is it cool to wear a camera with a decent image in the breast pocket of a shirt without feeling it? Of course it's cool! Or shoot a decent macro with a great depth of field for minimal money, isn't it cool ..?! But if you need to shoot in the dark or in the trash to blur the background, there are already other "cool" things. And if we take the price component as a basis, then what could be cooler than Leica in full format ?! Obviously, the topic set by Arkady is clearly provocative in order to cause the expected chatter. This discussion has no practical value, except for measuring with "pipiski". Now, if Arkady asked a little differently, for example, “What kind of camera would you like to have and why?” here, I think, it would be more interesting. For example, I would answer - Nikon Df, and not because the coolest, but because the dog is BEAUTIFUL ..!

  • Dim

    I consider my first digital Kodak LS443 the coolest, it's a pity that he quickly threw back (in a year) his hooves ...
    now I have D40, D90, D200 and D700 - I like everyone, except for the D90 it took a long time to deal with color (there were many photos in cold tones), D200 can be noisy at times, you have to constantly rearrange the lenses, clean the matrices ...

  • Dim

    D 200 with a loved one when he is wearing a camera, of course, Nikkor-Q 200

  • Dim

    And here's another with Kodak

  • Dim

    D700 + 50 / 1.8

  • Dim

    D40 + micro 40 / 2.8

    • anonym

      And what a wonder is the berry / vegetable / fruit shown in this photo?

      • Dim

        Mangosteen. The peel is similar in texture to pressed cardboard, the insides to peeled cloves of garlic, the taste is fruity (very pleasant).

  • Andrii

    I am praising the Nikon d7100 for the pleasure of detail and detail, good equipment. Spring prices by buying the Vivitar Series 1 F 2.8-4 / 70-210mm and repairing the potential. Navigate to the world’s best. )

    • Viktor

      I remembered a shot similar to yours in composition, also shot on Vivitar Ser glass. 1 (70-210), only the one that f3.5, as in one of the local reviews) carcass d50)

      • Dim

        Add with Kodak, a

        • Dim

          I forgot to say that the Schneider-Kreuznach lens is really not interchangeable% () and it cost about everything like a regular Nikkor 18-55 separately :)

  • Andrii

    Hour, hour, I love picking up the spit, there’s discipline. Zenith 12sd + MS Gelios 44-3 2/58

  • Andrii

    I have one.

  • anonym

    was nikon d7000 sold, wanted to change to full frame, the crisis evaporated my dreams. I bought an iphone, always at hand, of course not a "mirror", here are the pictures from it, and of course D810

  • anonym

    with iphone

  • anonym

    and here is iphone

  • Ruslan R.

    Now I have a Nikon D800, I would like 4s.

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