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03-31-2016, 04:53 PM   #16
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Well, I know that Pentax is being behind compare to other companies
You do? Where are they behind?

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Well, I know that Pentax is being behind compare to other companies
How do you define "behind"??
I switched from Pentax to Canon in 1995 because Canon AF system was clearly superior to what Pentax was offering.
I came back to Pentax this past year because while Canon lenses are still wonderful, their bodies are not.
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You do? Where are they behind?
Lens release and update speed

AF system

Flash system

No excuses
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Lens release and update speed

AF system

Flash system

No excuses
Maybe there's a different system . . .
You seem unhappy with Pentax on many threads.

Nikon has what, 200 lenses?

51 spread out AF points?

Best Speedlight system in the business for literally decades.


Of course Nikon is a bit spendy.


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For the future future the XQD format is the best choice. XQD runs on PCI Express technologies for the interface bus which brings SSD types of speeds.
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XQD runs on PCI Express technologies for the interface bus which brings SSD types of speeds.
This means that the processor musst supply PCI-Express an must have the power to generate and distribute data at this speed. Is Milbeaut 7 or 8 capable of that?
And what happens when the sensor is the bootle neck?
It is really genious writing with 1 GBit/second when Data is coming Byte per Byte


Most items are for Quartet players only. It's interesting in the existing system to match the components optimally, to get maximum overall performance out off the system.
Primary target is a good sensor with high dynamics and low noise, this should be read as quick as possible, this read-out data should then be processed without adding any delays and then written immediately to the memory card. The writing speed to the SD-card does not need to be greater than the read-out speed of the sensor.
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