Very immature and poor direction of prevention to take on and such a shallow minded concept!
time for moronless camera not another phonodroidiot
Good try to steer up the soup of good tries by others far from decent photographic tool stick with your iphone for now
Looks like a lot of camera companies lately lost their focus in the chase after competition. Rather than refining their own strengths Nikon goes for convenience of satisfying the need to be competitive at least in this camera category we see obvious progress meeting the need for speed and improved quality. Making this camera preferred choice would in my view be sensor size We photographers love quality not quantity.
I embrace with love my collection of OM system from 18mm 3.5 to 600 OM Zuiko legendary products!
Olympus is in position and in need to refresh their competitive momentum by creating new level of imaging device wheter it is continuation of m4/3 by improving its performance and boosting the category to higher level OR by bringing new performer such as full frame camera. To gather bigger audience and increase interest in the company must surprise and utilize what it does best.Photography is at first an emotional territory in which buyer places his heart before justifying the cost. Olympus has marked the history with great understanding of light and photo industry it is time for the company to take advantage of its knowledge and philosophy to again surprises us with new great product not just by improving existing line which simply adds to greater number of already over saturated number of choices but perhaps by new product such as full frame option
For Olympus to get good edge in the market is to release retro styled Full frame body in an uncompromising package of high durability, fast performance and image quality just as Fujifilm or Leica did with M9 gaining great interest Olympus has the full potential to follow with even greater product the question is if Olympus can afford NOT to do it.
M4/3 is a downgrade for sake of convenience and portability time for Olympus to roll the ball with FF camera
Micro 4/3 Format has become well established via Olympus and Panasonic wide range of products. Regardless of the amazing beneffit of the portable format I personaly believe Olympus would win greater audience with adding Full Frame Camera confirming its truly professional approach and over all status of real player in the photo market. Expanding the range with full frame option not only would spin the interest of the legendary Zuiko lenses devoted fans and reawaken the spirit but would also offer greater quality options for studio and landscape artists.
TOM SKY: Have not see much happening on DPReview site could it be lack of new cameras coming out or ideas ?
maybe i just missed some action here well my fault
Have not see much happening on DPReview site could it be lack of new cameras coming out or ideas ?