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    Yeah, I think the cameras we recommend should be what the person would actually use. There is no need to get more camera than you need, and there is a lot of photography one can pursue with a mobile phone. Artistry doesn't depend on the equipment. And if they are only seeing photos on a mobile screen, which is what most people do nowadays, then they may never notice the deficiencies in the camera (or the post processing).

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    mobiles also have OIS nowdays which mostly help in videos but at least it helps. Funny thing is people try Mobile digital zoom to take pics which is just like taking a pic and zooming it on screen.iphone7 have optical zoom I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sujoyp View Post
    mobiles also have OIS nowdays which mostly help in videos but at least it helps. Funny thing is people try Mobile digital zoom to take pics which is just like taking a pic and zooming it on screen.iphone7 have optical zoom I think.
    Not a true zoom exactly. Most of the dual sensor phones have two different focal lengths, meaning the images have slight separation due to parallax, which is mostly corrected by software. There have been some true zoom cell phones, one being Asus Zenphone Zoom, which uses a rather complex camera setup for a phone (http://cf-attach.i-sogi.com/tw/artic...ze-640x640.jpg). The other kind of "zoom" was found in (I would say legendary) Nokia pureview 808 and 1020, with roughly 39MP cameras sampling images to 5MP and 8MP, and since there strange kind of pixel binning/image compression going on, they could allow zooming in to certain parts of images with full pixel readout.

    For me, Nokia 1020 is THE camera phone, nothing ever come close to it in real world performance, camera application had no gimmicks, supported DNG output and had excellent image quality. I hope that the new "Nokia" still owns the design used in that phone. I have been using S7 Edge and I find the camera to be okay, excellent low light performance but the comparisons between pro level point and shoot stop there. Even the cheapest Sony RX100x will perform better than it (or Ricoh GR/APS-C, which is sadly not available in India). These compact pocketable point and shoot with 1in sensors are better...if the person is really interested in photography (on go).

    Edit: There is also Panasonic CM1, phone camera, or how Panasonic calls it.

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    @siddharth ...As I said person interested in even 10% of photography may buy a advance P&S or a superzoom ..but people having a budget of 15k for cam will go nowhere it seems.
    And question is how will they transfer the pics to mobile instantly and upload to FB and whatsapp

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    So while we are having camera talk and seeing that how it is silent....here is a new gear I purchased...Sigma 30mm/1.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siddhartht View Post
    So while we are having camera talk and seeing that how it is silent....here is a new gear I purchased...Sigma 30mm/1.4
    Art?
    For your Sony? No Pentax FF?
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    30 1.4 ...thats a big buy ...soo when you sell sony you will have something exciting to sell along

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    Quote Originally Posted by nac View Post
    Art?
    For your Sony? No Pentax FF?
    I was thinking of Pentax, but the problem is with service here in Sweden. Plus, all the rumors surrounding Ricoh scaling down their camera business are scary. Another thing - when I checked my balance, I found out that I can probably afford a new camera next year only, so decided to go with this lens for now. (Oh, and it is Contemporary, I don't think there is any (good and fast) Art available for E-Mount, unless I use MC-11 converter)
    @sujoyp , honestly, this lens is terrific, specially the focusing system. It is way better than Sigma 19/2.8 and optically the lens competes with Sony/Zeiss primes(Not Batis, but Touit), with a much lower price point. The only problem so far with this lens is CA, which...I can live with. I may keep the camera as a secondary gear anyway, since the resale value for A6000 is pretty much non existent. The lens is big and slightly heavy but is doable around city and so.

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    yes A6000 price is very low then what I expected..it was selling for 20k body ...if someone can buy a 20k body with a 20k prime lens then it will be super compact combo.
    Nikon D7000,35-f1.8,50-f1.8,55-f2.8 Micro,tamy 90 micro-f2.8,Tammy 17-50-f2.8,N55-200,Sigma 150-500.
    Yougnou YN-465 flash , Vanguard ESPOD 203AP, YN603-N3 flash trigger,Lowepro 200 AW, Benro A29T+M234RC.
    My flicker link -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/34748095@N07
    Sony Xperia C5 + CX180 & Samsung 550P-S05

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