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02-12-2015, 09:51 AM   #181
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QuoteOriginally posted by blende8 Quote
There is a screwdrive motor.
It's confirmed.
Ok ,there is a motor. But is there a mechanical connection to the lens?
We do not know.




Just kidding....

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Now thatīs video on the cameras, can we expect that advanced cameras get compatibility with old FA motorzooms, as Pentax Z1?
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QuoteOriginally posted by blende8 Quote
There is a screwdrive motor.
It's confirmed.
Where? Thanks.
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I hope I 'am not late for a question. And sorry if it has been posted....
About usin the SR system to make a big picture: How will it work? does the sensor will move half a pixel in each direction to make a final picture with "a lot of pixels"; or will it move a whole pixel to have for each pixel a reen blue and red value (like the Foveon picture). The second solution would be great I think. Foveon users know wha I mean ;-)

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Adam, why don't you ever ask them about the flash system? I'm glad you finally asked about tethering though.
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QuoteOriginally posted by D1N0 Quote
How bloody hard can it be. a physical AF switch.
Yes? The enabling and disabling of the in-body AF doesn't need a physical switch any more or less than in-lens AF does. It could even be done with voice control
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Yes? The enabling and disabling of the in-body AF doesn't need a physical switch any more or less than in-lens AF does. It could even be done with voice control
Maybe it doesn't but there is not a dslr with in body AF operated with a soft-switch, let alone a soft switch that looks like a physical one. Do you imagine it would switch position from af to mf by voice command. (without your footman doing it).

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QuoteOriginally posted by gazonk Quote
Yes? The enabling and disabling of the in-body AF doesn't need a physical switch any more or less than in-lens AF does. It could even be done with voice control
Hm, sort of. You'd want to disconnect the motor from the lens so it can run free, but you could use another motor to do that...
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