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Sebastjan Penko @sebastjanp 19. Sep 2007, 08:36

Med brskanjem po spletu sem našel tole:
http://www.argraph.com/Zigview/Zigview%20S2/Zigview%20S2%20Page.htm

Kaj pravite so pogruntali uspešnico ali je to le muha enodnevnica?
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iztok @izo 19. Sep 2007, 08:42

tole je ža stara zadeva, sej vidiš, da je že druga verzija zunaj. za marsikoga fajn pripomoček, vendar zdej s prihodom liveview-a v kamere zgublja pomen, čeprav ima še vedno nekaj prednosti (detektor gibanja in sprožilo na daljino, lahko ga obračaš po želji, lahko na daljino opazuješ kader, če priklopiš zadeva na kabel itd).
se pa strinjam, da je v2 predrag.
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Sebastjan Penko @sebastjanp 19. Sep 2007, 09:02

Tudi res to glede liveviewa.
Ni mi pa čisto jasno kako liveview deluje. Ali ni veljalo da se pri DSLR-jih to ne da...?
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Sebastjan Penko @sebastjanp 19. Sep 2007, 09:15

Našel smile

Olympus E-330: A New Solution
The Olympus E-330 meets the definition of an SLR - it uses a system of mirrors and a viewfinder to provide a though-the-lens view - but yet it also offers live preview. Olympus has gotten around the problem this time by building a camera with two sensors: one for conventional still image capture and the other dedicated to live preview.

The interior of the E-330 works like this: light coming into the camera gets reflected off a shutter and away from the still image sensor, as in a typical DSLR. Towards the top of the camera, the light path breaks into two: 80 percent of the light is reflected to the optical viewfinder and 20 percent is reflected onto a CCD, which creates the live view.

Twenty percent of the light doesn’t sound like much, and it seems like the E-10 or E-20 all over again. However, the E-330 incorporates a bit of new technology that these two earlier cameras didn’t have; namely, the dedicated live view CCD with Bright Capture Technology. The E-330 uses the same CCD that is used in the Stylus 800, but uses it only to capture information for the live view. Olympus’ Bright Capture Technology boosts the brightness of the image recorded as well as the image seen onscreen, so the 20 percent of light the CCD received is enough for a decent view - or so we anticipate.

Looking Ahead
When innovative technology hits the market, it’s likely that other manufacturers will come out with their own versions to compete. Within the next few years, DSLRs may all very well have live views. In the end, Olympus may not get much out of its breakthrough technology. Casio was the first to sell the live view to consumers, but it’s not in the top five camera manufacturers. Olympus may only reap the benefit of its technology if it follows the E-330 with more solid technology. Either way, Olympus offers a unique solution to the DSLR live preview problem which the market will have to respond to and compete with. In the end, consumers are sure to benefit.
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Stane Crnjak @staneC 19. Sep 2007, 09:20

Takrat, ko je dal to Olympus ven, so se iz te funkcije vsi delali norca...
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Sebastjan Penko @sebastjanp 19. Sep 2007, 09:26

Ja dokler ti nekdo ne ukrade motiva ko čez množico slika iz ptičje perspektive ali pa slika lep makro brez mokre (in po možnosti blatne) obleke.
LiveView je definitivno prednost, ki je moj K10D nažalost nima zato tudi iščem kak nadomestek a zigview je definitivno predrag smile
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Aleš @lial 19. Sep 2007, 09:37

Imam Zigviev-a prve generacije ( B ), vendar ga ne uporabljam.
Če te zanima, ga tudi prodam, cena pa po dogovoru, na ZS


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