stick to Zeiss Apo-Distagon, this is not much different from the old 50/1.4 anyway
This could be anything but a RX camera, not that it is not good (who knows), but it could have been called other name and just does the job. Logically a RX10 placed between the RX1 and RX100(I&II) should share the same form factor and a APS-C sensor will medium zoom will be just perfect.
even Steve McCurry is already experienced and well established, he still spent much more time and intensity in photography and patience to capture the moment than almost all the photographers (pros or not). Many people can hit homerun, but not everyone is Babe Ruth. People may just say something beyond common one's ability as being suspicious, he or she just does not have that calibre or the persistence to achinve the goal
the macro adapter seemed to be an excellent idea if it really works, saves a lot of weight in travel. H5D is welcom.
not sure what to make of this, SONY is refreshing its lie up every 3-6 months, the Hasselblad A will be aged quickly
Got to get one
Market proves that Canon and Nikon did more right than wrong on their products as a result of where they are.It is hard to conclude the cameras until trying on, in actual shoots.I think the EOS-M can be potentially a good side camera of my EOS system.
Something Canon could have done better, but it is still a nice companion camera nonetheless.
I previously owned the DP-1 and DP-2 and have to say the quality of image is very nice, but not the best for what they are - a 4.6mpx X 3 (?), but the DP-2 Merrill will be a good choice I think, makes me want to get one to give it a run. The Foveon sensor is not without issues, I have excellent results from overall good light sceneries, and some studio shots, but long time exposure resulted very strange red cast that is hard to adjust. I would just hope they have a better raw conversion software that make it a real pro product.
nice but lens such as this might as well built-in a small lens hood. Better than nothing though.
I have tried the camwera at B&H, it looks a lot nicer on website than in reality. The screen is very slow, training the camera around and the screen seemed can't catch up, I made a quick comparison with my getting old NEX-5 (the old version) which screen responded a lot faster. It would be difficult to catch up moving subjects and shoot.. The camera can be a lot more attractive if it is lighter and smaller but it is not. There is something about design that one can compromised, but one really does not need to. The original Contax RTSIII by Porsche Design is one perfect example, everything works just beautifully. Marc Newson did not match this time.
it is a welcome update, nothing surprise, nothing really disappointing, not sure why it does not adapt the ethernet LAN port and not sure what is the signal output from the HDMI - like Nikon D4/D800? I suppose the actual image quality at lower to medium ISO may be similar but my 5DII is getting old, will do the upgrade anyway. Interesting to see how it perform up against D800, which I will have in 3 weeks
after all, you would ask, why this camera was not offered 2 years ago? Almost everytihng was there. Thanks competition.
a really really cheap look on an already overpriced camera! Sometimes you wonder how such decision and investment got past the executive level!
Some rare time that Nikon introduced something new it's competitor happy about!Of course it will sell but I guess not a lot, wonder how much camera and lens can sell to justify the large display space for all those colors? Small sensor is a limitation, even it is not immediately seen today, it will be in the next generation - judging how fast mirrorless system change and upgrade their camera and system, and Nikon is going to supply everything in these colors? Perhaps more?
Really need aperture control, what a miss
I would just consider this as a compact digital back with lots of function and able to shoot with proprietary lenses. Personally, I like the fact it is 24mpx. There is no camera is perfect, I have and can use camera specifically designed for low noise available light photography, and appreciate the high resolution with controlled light.
We should ask if MR wanted to buy one. I think in reality consumer does not buy the absolute best camera, they buy the camera they feel most comfortable. Singma is a comfortable brand to buy lenses but perhaps not on its own camera, regardless how well it does, IMHO.
would surely be nice and expensive, highly disirable by most and can't afford by most. I guessed it would be rather Leica.