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Old January 7th, 2008, 02:10 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Ben Winter View Post
That's why I'm with the Brevis until another manufacturer comes along and offers the same option. Not even the Mini35 does that; frankly I think P+S has been completely outpaced and all the footage I've seen with their equipment has been subpar in terms of image quality (compared to a lot of the options available now). The only reasons this hasn't been brought up much is because all shoots that have been done with it are high budget and have higher res cams and a real lighting budget--how can you badmouth footage like that?
I think that this is so true Ben. I would love to see true & unbiased comparisons between the P+S Mini35 and some of these other affordable adapters. Don't get me wrong, I have tremendous respect for the Mini35 but the Brevis and others have now risen the bar in versatility and maybe even image quality. Maybe this is because these newer adapter developers work so closely with the users of their products and use that feedback for R&D in real time.
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