Nicotinix: I understand a website redesign is a big deal, but for Pete's sake, the iPad has been around for about two years now and there are plenty of photographers who use the iPad on a regular basis. Don't you think it is time to lose the flash part and move to html 5 so I can see those images on my iPad???
nicotinix - Maybe you should dump the ipad for an open system that supports all standards, not just the ones that make money for apple
mauro paillex: Perfect files but orrible pictures!!
no petka, these reviews highlight the biggest shortcoming of dpreview which is that the photographs for all their reviews are universally bad. IMO, they should invest some money in some studio equipment and consider taking some photo courses to understand how real photographers will use the cameras. Taking snapshots like an iphone camera user would does not do justice to a $3500 camera
Jack A. Zucker: i wish dpreview would hire a photographer
bob, if you like the photos maybe you should stick to an iphone camera!
i wish dpreview would hire a photographer
i'm not seeing a whole lot that's compelling. The content aware fill that dpreview demonstrated looks flawed. I see the outline of the original selection. The selective focus example looks horrible. I'm sure it works better than the dpreview demo. Dpreview ought to hire some professional artists and photographers to do their reviews.
Anyone notice you can see the outline of the original selection in the content aware patch example with the ducks???
Jack A. Zucker: those 6400 samples look horrible
i haven't been bashing the camera at all. I'd love to buy one.
those 6400 samples look horrible
mrJamieSmith: I sold my 5D MK II, 35L, 135L and 580EXII in anticipation for this camera. Call me crazy, but I've been wishing for a camera like what Fuji is promising here real bad!
i did that for the sony nex but eventually went back to the dslr.
what's up with calling this a zoom module?
Albino_BlacMan: I don't see how you can get that much better than spyder 3. My Spyder 3 calibrated Monitor matches my prints exactly as far as I can tell
Weird, my spyder 3 produced sepia tinged B&W photos on two different computers/monitors. Additionally, prints on my 3880 using the epson profiles come out much darker than on the monitor.
my spyder3 is arriving today too. I guess I'll return it...
"Strobe lights offer the ability to freeze fact action by syncing with the camera at high shutter speeds."
No, that's not why they freez action. Oy...
Love it. Enjoyed that very scene many times recently ! :)
No, the peaking function does not put an optical viewfinder to shame. Anyone who makes that statement doesn't know much about photography or DOF. The peaking function for example, isn't able to do eye-focusing on a close up portrait or see things like stems in a flower unless they are highlighted specifically with back or side lighting.
i assume sony alpha and not e-mount? Maybe a bit more info would help...
don't forget the other superzooms use much smaller sensors so the IQ on this will be superior. Mushyness may just be a function of sharpening
can you explain how you set up for this?
overexposed. Eye is drawn to the space behind the model's head