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Mojang/DataFixerUpper: A set of utilities designed for incremental building, merging and optimization of data transformations.
Created for converting the game data for Minecraft: Java Edition between different versions of the game.
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5 days ago by slowbyte
Our Favorite 35mm and 50mm Prime Lenses That Won't Break the Bank (Sony Edition) - The Phoblographer
When it comes to prime lenses, Sony users are spoiled. Here we'll take a look at two 35mm and two 50mm primes that are great performers, and are affordable.
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6 days ago by kger
Focusing and Color Issues, Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art vs. Zeiss 135mm f/2 In-Depth Review | Fstoppers
Having said that, the Zeiss may still offer a very compelling reason to pick it over the Sigma hidden up its sleeve. The colors from the Zeiss are far more accurate and it's able to pick up many more tones and produces a warmer and more pleasing image.
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6 days ago by foliovision
Lenses comparison - LensTip.com
Best digital cameras and lens reviews. If you are looking for the information about digital cameras and lenses you are in a right place. We have many professional tests of digital photography equipment.
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8 days ago by foliovision
2016 Depth vs. Flat Lens Comparisons — YANNICK KHONG
old plastic AF Nikkor 80-200mm f/4.5-5.6D and was very happy with the results, given it's price, weight etc. Then later coming here and being curious I found out that it's the telephoto lens with fewest elements as far as I know (only 10!)
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8 days ago by foliovision
The flattening of modern lenses or the death of 3d pop — YANNICK KHONG
They don’t perform as good as flat lenses at maximum aperture: One needs to learn how to close the aperture well according to the light. The bokeh won’t be as creamy as a new flat lens.
They mostly won’t provide corner to corner sharpness until f11: Downside of less glass correction. Wide angle lenses are the most to suffer low-element count.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Why I'm Returning My Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art Lens
Unlike with my native lenses, however, I noticed that the eye autofocus — one major reason why I love shooting Sony cameras — won’t lock on unless you are relatively close to the model. I also noticed many inconsistencies when trying to focus with a single spot, which forced me to focus and compose using center spot and missing focus on the eyes at times.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Canon EF 135mm f/2L USM Lens Review
The Canon EF 135mm f/2L USM Lens also shines in portrait photography. Some say it is actually too sharp - showing all facial flaws. My personal opinion is that I would rather start with perfect sharpness and post process any necessary correction into my images. And babies have perfect skin - show it off.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Sigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art Lens Review
The Sigma has a 1/3 stop max aperture advantage. While f/1.8 is not dramatically wider than f/2, it is an advantage nonetheless. The Canon lacks weather sealing and has one less aperture blade (8 vs. 9), but it is lighter, narrower, has a smaller 72mm filter size and is compatible with Canon's extenders, adding to its versatility. That the Canon is considerably less expensive will not go un-noticed.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Sigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art Review
Canon offers two flavors of 135mm lenses: the regular ƒ/2L, and a soft-focus ƒ/2.8. The ƒ/2L lens is almost as sharp as the Sigma at wide apertures: stopped-down to ƒ/4, they are quite similar in character.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Sigma 135 f/1.8 Art vs. Zeiss 135 f/2 Milvus | Fstoppers
I've found no flaws with my 135L using either, and really can't justify the price difference to switch to the Sigma. I think if you already own the 135L and are happy, there's no burning need to upgrade. If you're buying new, the Sigma is maybe a slightly better choice than the 135L
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8 days ago by foliovision
Sigma 50mm F1.4 Art Review - VS. Canon 50mm F1.2L
.I think most women would prefer the Canon over the Sigma for most of these photos. I myself do not want to see where the make-up begins and where it ends on a woman’s face. On most all these shots I see, I much prefer the Canon1.2 photos.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Lens Rentals | Blog
If you’re looking for a powerful and sharp as hell 135mm lens, then there is no better option that the Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art Series – a lens which just stole the crown of ‘My Favorite Lens’ from the Canon 135mm f/2.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Lens Rentals | Blog
Even at a dramatically wider aperture, the Sigma is better away from center. If you scroll back up the f/2.8 MTF chart I posted above, at f/2.8 the Sigma is just completely better. Zooms are convenient, very good, and very useful lenses. But they aren’t primes, and they never will be.
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8 days ago by foliovision
Lens Rentals | Blog
Personally, there’s nothing I see that makes me feel like the highest-priced filters are worth the money, at least on the basis of these screening tests. The Hoya, B&W, and Marumi filters on the list above all have good reputations and are reasonably priced. They should all do just fine.
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9 days ago by foliovision

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