Flashback: Leica SL 'we see little justification for purchasing it' That's a bit harsh for a brand new camera system.
Come on DPREVIEW there's more to this world than the A7RII . . .
Amazon has registered the name:
DPReview website name to change soon.
zsedcft: I may be missing something, but it looks like you have posted the video in 1080p and not 4K. Is that deliberate?
"One advantage is that the A7S II can record for just under 1 hour without over heating. The A7R II will overheat on a hot day in half that time. "
This is a quote from one of YOUR contributor's webpages....
Maybe it's the humidity in Europe....
So you're saying that since you got a good copy that doesn't overheat that the people who are reporting overheating are "liars"
Maybe you should trade your camera with someone's camera that does overheat and maybe see how it goes then?
bberg: Honestly, what is the criteria to be featured here? 3rd photo is interesting, but the rest look like everyday snaps I take with my iPhone. Usually these features are inspiring, this one, not so much. Sorry Tom!
"why insult the iPhone"
The answer is simple.
The ability to post remarks on DPReview is a magnet for people who have things to complain about.
If you don't have something nice to say make sure you rush to DPReview and post it as soon as possible!
bernardly: Hipsters in noble savage couture!
You are the most sour minded Peace person I have ever run into.
Someone doing something they enjoy is none of your business.
You need to go do something good for the world instead of complaining about people doing something the like that hurts no one.
If making the world a better place is important to you then start by staying out of other people business when they are not doing anything that hurts other people.
Spend your time selling cookies to make money for an orphanage somewhere
That's what I'd do.
Instead you coming on here an whining about people who might be enjoying life.
Why are you so bitter?
This is the last time I will respond to you in this thread. I choose to make the world a better place by pointing out how unhappy you are and then moving on to making the world a better place myself.
Engaging you forever wastes my time. The world deserves my time more than you.
You have used your allotment of my time. And not in the wisest way.
@PeaceKeeper must have taken a grumpy pill today.
I'm all for a better world.
Including not raining on somebody's parade.
That would be a first step in making the world a better place.
Snikt228: Any comparisons of uncompressed and compressed RAW? Did it make any sizable difference?
It did not happen.
I copied and pasted.
Verified that it was correct.
Then I made the post.
Thanks for the link Barney.
But it's not a "hot" link?
It has to be cut and pasted?
The brighter backgrounds don't work for me.
When I go to the phone review webpage it is like being in space and being blasted by the solar wind!
Too may electrons exciting my eyes!
When luminous landscape brightened up their website I told them the same thing.
Why not make smart webpages that can be set based on user preference instead of hard set webpages?
I get white letters on black background.
Another user at the same webpage gets your new "brighter" format.
If you patent this idea, I want a cut!
#7 is my fav.
papa natas: Shouldn't we also point out, after a great book is written, that it was redacted using Word Perfect?Imagine the sales pitch:"..Jean Cocteau used Olivetti...""..Ernest Hemingway exclusively wrote his novels on a Royal.."John Lennon was scared to know that stores went out of stock on old rim glasses since his picture appeared on the cover of the Let It Be album. Were ALL those people wearing them glasses in order to see things the same way as Lennon?
@papaIf all the people you look at are a..h...What are you?Toilet paper?:-)
Hahaha @M."Obsession""Too far"Who made other peoples interest in gear your business?What "other" things people do bother you?The world's a big place you know!:-)
@EricWho says "generally"?Just you?:-)I don't think so on DPReview.Sarcasm here is "generally" mean spirited.:-)
Can't you do this on a Panasonic camera with a lens that costs $249?
The more I see these baiter articles.And the more I see the vitriolic interactions in the forms.The less I come to DPreview.I have mirrorless and non mirrorless cameras.I like both.(But if my mirrored cameras were mirrorless, I'd prefer that)I'm not even interested in going to look at this guys blog to see what he's whining about.I'm spending more time taking pictures.BC
DJII will now offer a version with wooden propellers, and the Hasselblad logo laser scribed on the wood.
There was a time when it was vogue to put things in unusual places for effect.
A bathtub in the jungle with a beautiful woman in an evening gown to sell a bathtub.
These are the same.
Do something different with a wedding shoot.
I like the idea.
If it works for the bride and the photographer just do it!
Bernard Carns: 'due to market shrinkage'
They are shrinking their own market.
I own lots of Canon glass.
The last camera I bought takes Canon lenses.
It was not made by Canon.
The bodies they are offering don't have features I'm interested in at price points that I'm interested in either.
Thank God somebody else is making cameras that take their lenses.
Belle100, the BMPC doesn't require an adapter.
I had a Metabones adapter for my BMPCC.
It jammed after 1/4 turn.
Rather than ruin my camera I returned it.
Metabones never responded to my emails with respect to the problem.
I'm not thanking Metabones for anything.
I'm one of the ones who wants to hold them accountable for one of their dirty little secrets.
If you're guessing it was a camera made by a company in your neck of the woods.
It was a BMPC
But I'm following all the developments with Sony for sure.