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New Years Resolutions for the Photography Industry:
Canon: Resolve to introduce a high megapixel, high dynamic range sensor in a camera, any camera
Fujifilm: Great cameras, still not a believer in X-trans, resolve to give us 24 megapixels
Hasselblad: Resolve to stop gluing wood and jewels onto previous generation Sony products and then mark them up by 800%
Leica: Resolve to introduce an S-type medium format camera that actually has more pixels than 35mm cameras
Nikon: Resolve to introduce a pro grade and featured APS-C body
Olympus: Resolve to get out of the dead end megapixel issue you find yourself in - it's going to take new technology like sensor shift (only good for stills) or full color sensing pixel sites.
Panasonic: Resolve to do something other than incremental video upgrades
Pentax: Resolve to introduce leaf shutter 645 lenses
Phase One: Resolve to finally ship a replacement for the dreadful 645DF+ body
Samsung: Resolve to truly market your photo products beyond a 750 mile radius of Seoul
Samyang: Resolve to actually care about corner and edge resolution in your lens designs
Sigma: Resolve to stop making bizarre cameras and instead focus your resources on actually shipping the great lenses you are introducing
Sony: Resolve to give us a non-lossy RAW format like everyone else does
Tamron: Resolve to continue the hot streak you are on and don't introduce any junk to smear the improved reputation you have gained of late
Tokina: Resolve to actually market your products
Zeiss: Resolve to introduce a 20mm(ish) Loxia lens
Am I missing any?
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Noob question, a 50mm is often considered a good portrait lens (even if you disagree, ignore that for a second), does that carry over to aps-c as well? (using a ff 50mm lens on an aps-c camera)?
I.e. does the relation between foreground and background remain the same on ff and aps-c, the perception of depth so to speak (not bokeh). Like I can frame the same scene the same way with a 50mm lens and a 200mm tele, simply by getting much closer to the subject with the 50, yet the picture will look completely different - but with the same lens on two different format bodies, the "look" should stay the same (just with a smaller field of view with the aps-c body)?
Picture unrelated, is the detonation of a nuke in its first splitseconds.