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post #5161 of 19484

When will it be official released in Asian ( South east one :) ) Thanks FiiO

post #5162 of 19484
Is this better than the dx50? Sq wise and interface?
It looks awesome.
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post #5164 of 19484

Hello X5 lovers,

Here is my review of X5, hope you like it, I think we also took great shots of it too, enjoy ;)

post #5165 of 19484

Can you post a brief comparison between Studio V and X5 (I did not find any detailed description in this respect in your review). I'm interested mainly in tonality, instrument separation, resolution, micro-detalis, accuracy.
post #5166 of 19484
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Originally Posted by DarKu View Post
 

Hello X5 lovers,

Here is my review of X5, hope you like it, I think we also took great shots of it too, enjoy ;)

Loved your review and the photos! Good job!

post #5167 of 19484
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Hello X5 lovers,
Here is my review of X5, hope you like it, I think we also took great shots of it too, enjoy wink.gif

Very nice review.
post #5168 of 19484
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Originally Posted by DarKu View Post
 

Hello X5 lovers,

Here is my review of X5, hope you like it, I think we also took great shots of it too, enjoy ;)

 

Awesome review and great pictures!!!  How do you take these picture shots without reflection on the screen?  I tried it at different angles but still couldn't get it perfect.

post #5169 of 19484
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Awesome review and great pictures!!!  How do you take these picture shots without reflection on the screen?  I tried it at different angles but still couldn't get it perfect.


Thanks!

Pictures were done by my friend Savu. Well, firstly you will need a full frame camera, we used a Canon 5D Mark III (for that excellent depth, contrast and dynamic range of the photos), a cropped sensor will not achieve such lush and vivid colors, and after that you will need some prime lenses (L) we used 135mm and 85mm L Canon lenses. After that you will need some standard studio equipment, like multiple sources of light and at least two umbrelas.

Those pictures took some time to make...but turned great in the end, so I am happy with the result.

Also please ignore my limited vocabulary in English, I'm sure I have a ton of errors in the review :)


Edited by DarKu - 3/13/14 at 6:21am
post #5170 of 19484
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Awesome review and great pictures!!!  How do you take these picture shots without reflection on the screen?  I tried it at different angles but still couldn't get it perfect.

 

Not sure what Darku did but I would just take care of the surrounding lighting, or use polarizing filter if lighting is not fully controllable.

 

Great review @DarKu!  

post #5171 of 19484
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Originally Posted by KT66 View Post
 

My review is up now

 

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/fiio-x5-high-res-portable-music-player/reviews/10649


Just read your review.

 

Liked it!

I also played electric guitar and drums for some time in high school and university. After a stupid accident with a motorbike and moving to Romania, I abandoned my beloved instruments.

Great to know that we share almost the same impressions on X5.

Rock On!

post #5172 of 19484
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Originally Posted by DarKu View Post
 


Thanks!

Pictures were done by my friend Savu. Well, firstly you will need a full frame camera, we used a Canon 5D Mark III (for that excellent depth, contrast and dynamic range of the photos), a cropped sensor will not achieve such lush and vivid colors, and after that you will need some prime lenses (L) we used 135mm and 85mm L Canon lenses. After that you will need some standard studio equipment, like multiple sources of light and at least two umbrelas.

Those pictures took some time to make...but turned great in the end, so I am happy with the result.

Also please ignore my limited vocabulary in English, I'm sure I have a ton of errors in the review :)

 

With red silk! You tried to make the X5 look sexy ;)

Good review

post #5173 of 19484
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With red silk! You tried to make the X5 look sexy ;)

Good review


Yep, it was an old LCD-2 case that we had lying around, turned out it was a good idea to use it.

post #5174 of 19484
The X5 and Studio are very very, different machines.
As for the sound, I found the X5 had more detail, but the Studio has smoother treble, although overall the X5 is cleaner. If you want to know more about a recording get the X5, if you are going on a long trip then the Studio maybe better due to battery life and a less fatiguing sound.
I find any digital gives me a headache after an hour or two, even my MDac, but I can't put my LP12 in my pocket!
post #5175 of 19484
Beautiful, beautiful photographs. Thank you for the hard work!
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