Will 2020 Olympics be dominated by Mirrorless or DSLR?

6 months 2 weeks ago #659625 by ebyelyakov

garyrhook wrote: By your own admission, you are inexperienced. yet you draw conclusions that are unsupported. Do you not see a problem here?

I am not a sport photographer but assuming I have no experience in photographing fast action was a bit too much. The point I was trying to make is that the mirrorless, as a technology, as a platform is mature and capable enough to capture the action of Olympics.

Invictus Games: which events? They're not all the same.

First result on Google
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Invictus_Games

Finally: if you think a high frame rate only produces duplicates, you really don't understand shooting sports.

Sorry mate, you assumed wrong again of what I think. My point was that the focusing and the focus tracking capability were so well performing that I did not have to rely on higher FPS in order to capture what I had to.

Hope you can enlighten me about the use cases for high FPS. I still perplexed when a Getty Guy, that was photographing a medal ceremony and other relaxed, slow paced moment, had his camera on high FPS.


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6 months 2 weeks ago #659659 by Colorado Mike
LOL forgot about the olympics, just thinking about the 2020 presidential election.  We are going to have a full entertainment boat for 2020!  


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6 months 2 weeks ago #659703 by Crammer
No comment on that!  

LOL


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6 months 2 weeks ago #659799 by TCooper
Anyone heading to Tokyo to watch the Olympics?  Flights are pricey! 


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6 months 1 week ago #659848 by Flash Steven
Surprised, would have guessed more would have voted for mirrorless.  Eh, I'll go with the long shot then.  

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6 months 1 week ago #659945 by Joe Vertz
This has me thinking, how many people show up on average for Olympics?  


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