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Putting the cheap lens on the Canons didn't make much difference at the center of the picture on these settings, but it softened the edges dramatically (see the pictures above on the 40D). This brought the iPhone into the game. To my eye, the iPhone 5S looked better than the 10D with the professional lens, but not as good as the 20D or later cameras. But with the cheap kit lens, the iPhone looked similar to the 20D and 30D at the edges, while still losing out to both at the center.


Yup, there's no such thing as a perfect scan, nor a perfect analogue print either. We used a Durst Sigma scanner with a professional operator. It's a high-end scanner, but not a drum scanner. It did a good job of pulling out the detail - better than my old $3000 Nikon Coolscan 4000. The mega-high contrast, low dynamic range, and ultra blues really are Velvia... They look like that in the original slide too.


I think yours is the key question. I'd love to hear from an imaging engineer who knows the challenges. I don't see diffraction as an insurmountable limit. For example, from my primitive understanding, it's the challenge that radio telescopes have, where the detectors can be small compared to the 30m wavelength. It's solved with "interferometric arrays", like LOFAR in Europe where software creates images from interference patterns. I've got no idea if it can work in a phone with visible wavelengths - just that the problem is solvable in theory with enough processing power... no idea if it could be engineered! But with so much money to the team that cracks the decent zoomable phone camera, I'm optimistic that it'll be cracked.


Hi Jabb66. With me shooting, the tripod actually favoured the DSLRs, as I get a better hit rate at 1/15th sec with the virtual shutter on the phones than the clicky shutter button on the EOS 10D and 20D. That may be just me - I'm more stable with a professional camera. The Nokia has a real flash - not very powerful, but proper xenon like a compact. But none of the phones has a meaningful zoom. I was most surprised by how competitive the phones were in low light. Do you agree with about 8 years behind for the Nokia? I'd put it further behind myself, but that's what our panel made it.


Of course nobody is going to want to lug around a full-on professional D4 to just "capture the moment" to post on instagram. This doesn't mean DSLRs are flawed or obsolete. Some people need their extra capability. There are a thousand cameras out there, from phone cameras, to professional DSLRs, so there is a camera for everybody. Each person just needs to choose the right camera for their own needs.


There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional film productions or even A-cameras for amateur and independent productions. We've combed through the options and selected our two favorite cameras in this class.


Venus Optics has announced a quartet of new anamorphic cine lenses for Super35 cameras, the Proteus 2x series. The 2x anamorphic lenses promise ease of use, accessibility and high-end performance for enthusiast and professional video applications.


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