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TPC lente (Official Point & Shoot Digital Camera Users Support and Photography Thread)

  • Good Day everyone!

    Newbie(noob) here.

    Up ko lang yung question sa taas sir:

    Ano kaya yung swak sa bulsa pero sulit na dslr?
    Will use sa mga videography mostly.

    Mga <25k budget po.
    Yung 60fps sana at good for long run

    Ok kaya yung nikon d3400?
    Usually kase kapag dslr. Canon madalas kong naririnig

    Salamat po


    any suggestion other than d7100? para po may pamilian ako.

    *Nikon D3400 or Canon 1300D, budget po is less 25K

    Thanks po

    -- edited by phiphoise on Feb 20 2018, 10:08 PM
  • any suggestion other than d7100? para po may pamilian ako.

    *Nikon D3400 or Canon 1300D, budget po is less 25K

    Thanks po


    sabi nila, pag video daw eh canon ang medyo lamang, pag pic naman eh nikon...
    d3400 and 1300d are both ok.. depende nalang sayo kung san mas ok sa kamay mo ang mga pindutan..
  • ^
    trollanes2017 Send Message View User Items on 21 Feb 18 @ 10:40 AM #

    sabi nila, pag video daw eh canon ang medyo lamang, pag pic naman eh nikon...
    d3400 and 1300d are both ok.. depende nalang sayo kung san mas ok sa kamay mo ang mga pindutan..


    Sir i appreciate much your advice po, do you have any more personal opinion on this?

    Thanks po.
  • hindi ako nakahawak ng ganyang model, pero same lang yan sila.. pero sa pictures eh nikon talaga ako...

    i used d3100, d90, d5100, d5200, d7000, d7100 and 50d, 600d, 60d
  • *If hindi po appropriate yung post ko dito, paki sabi po para ma delete ko or paki delete na lang po admin

    Good Day po,

    Ano po ang mas effective/appropriate na editing software po ang ginagamit nyo sa videography?

    Thanks po.
  • Mga sir ask ko lang kung good deal ba ang sony nex f3 with 18-55mm kit lens at 17.5k? Ano ba mga point and shoot cam na malapit sa price range na yan na marecommend nyo?
  • @phiphoise

    look for Adobe Softwares. Yun madalas gamit for photog and video editing.
  • May idea ba kayo kung magkano magpareplace sa Canon service center ng rubber flap nung Canon 60D? nabali kasi yung cover ng mga ports.
  • help guys pag check ko sa D40 ko after ilang years parang na fall tong part sa loob..




    -- edited by nyme09 on Apr 19 2018, 09:59 AM
  • Help me guys decide. Nikon D3400 or Sony A6000?
  • Help me guys decide. Nikon D3400 or Sony A6000?


    di ba kaya mag stretch out to A6300?

    for pictures- A6000
    for videos - A6300
  • @romnick022
    di ba kaya mag stretch out to A6300?

    for pictures- A6000
    for videos - A6300



    Thank you for your suggestion. I already got the Sony A6000. So far I like the results.
  • Sino mga pupunta?

  • Newbie lang sir sa camera and photography.

    Nakabili ako ng Canon EOS 1300D SLR with F/4 50mm kit lens na nakaset lang sa Tv/Av/P mode at jpeg lang.

    Bakit ang iPhone 6S ko o kahit anong smartphone ay may unbelievably wide depth of field especially seen sa close up shots at si DSLR ko ay very shallow parin kahit naka F/8 na ang setting ko? Talaga bang ganun iyon? Paano ko magiging focus lahat ng edges ng frame si DSLR ng hindi makokompromise ang sharpness using F/11 or F/16?

    Pahingi lang po ng knowledgable input mga sirs

    iPhone 6S - , F/2.2, 4.15 mm, 1/30 seconds, ISO 125, auto white balance, Flash did not fire (original Image link: <click here for link>)




    Canon EOS 1300D - out of the camera jpeg: F/8, 50mm, 1/50 seconds, ISO 3200, auto white balance, flash did not fire (original image link: <click here for link>)




    -- edited by majingotan on May 28 2018, 02:52 AM
  • ^ Dahil po sa sensor size yung wide depth of field ng smartphones. For example sa micro four thirds system merong 2x crop factor when compared to Full Frame 35mm sensor. Bale yung Micro Four Thirds system sensor ay 1/2 size ng 35mm so let's say it's 17mm sensor size. So lahat ng focal length and apertrure ng Micro Four Thirds ay need mo i-multiply ng x2 para makuha yung full frame equivalent. 50mm F/4 lens when used with Micro Four Thirds is equivalent to 100mm F/8 in Full Frame. In a smartphone, example iPhone 6S, the smartphone has a sensor size of 1/3 inches. That is more or less a 7x crop factor compared to full frame. Bale yung iPhone 6S is using a 4mm F/2.2, yung full frame equivalent nya is 28mm F/16.. So when compared to your DSLR na Canon which usually has 1.6x crop factor na may 50mm F/4, the fullframe equivalent is 80mm F/6.

    iPhone 6S
    28mm F/16

    Canon 1300D + 50mm F/4
    80mm F/6

    Canon 1300D + 50mm @ F/8
    80mm F/13

    Ayan yung rason kung bakit mas wide yung depth of field or hyperfocal distance nung smartphone compared sa DSLR mo. So kung gusto mo sharp lahat use F/16 on DSLR. In terms of sharpness naman on F/16 nakadepende din yan sa lens, meron kasi yung mga lens na sa center lang mataas ang sharpness tapos mejo di na sa edges.

    -- edited by EarlOfMillenium on May 28 2018, 02:27 PM

    -- edited by EarlOfMillenium on May 28 2018, 02:28 PM
  • Maraming salamat ng marami sir! Naiintindihan ko na sa wakas
  • Kakabile ko lang ng Canon M50. I dont know where to start. Pt and shoot ako dati. Canon SX50
  • Sorry kung OT, delete ko na lang po kung bawal
    May alam po kayo na photo printing sa wood yung mga size ay:
    36" x 12"
    24" x 36"
  • Guys, ano masuggest nyo maganda, reliable, but not super expensive lens adapter para sa Canon lens ko iconnect sa Sony mirrorless cam?

    By the way, I'm still thinking if mag Sony mirrorless cam in replacement to my 6-year old Canon 70D. Medyo nagkaka issue na kasi ung 70D ko, ung long time SD Card na gamit ko dati walang error nalabas pero ngayon minsan di na maread, then kahit full charged ang batteries pag ginamit ko na biglang nag empty batt. Tsaka may times na ung pics na captured ng 70D ko, minsan half lang ng picture ung nalabas pag view ko sa smartphone or laptop, which is dati di naman ganun.

    Inisip ko if mag Sony mirrorless cam ako, sayang ung Canon STM Lenses ko. I read a lot of good feedbacks sa Sony mirrorless cam, less sa Canon.
  • @mmb101

    That sounds more like the SD card wearing out, , same with the batteries. Just replace them with new ones, and will cost much less than a brand new camera.

    Getting a new camera is only worthwhile if your current one has severe or un-repairable issues, like my sister's D5100 with worn-down shutter mechanism.
  • @awakeruze: sana nga sd card and battery issue lang. di ko pa kasi natry bumili new sd card and battery to check and determine if sd card and battery issue.

    if in case na ung nga issue, cheaper pa rin instead of replacing camera. 2 of my sd cards kasi ganun (sd card 1 is 6-year old, sd card 2 is 3-year old, both transcend), then 3 batteries (battery 1 is 6-year old, battery 2 & 3 are 5-year old).
  • @all

    Ano po mas ok for newbie?
    Nikon D3500 or d5600?

    Thanks po

    -- edited by kyriezayn on Apr 14 2019, 11:46 AM
  • mag Sony A6000 ka na lang, for the same price siguro or less sa mga binaggit mo, you can have the portability with same or more outcome performance.