rickysio: No Nikon P7700?
it´s about good cameras....
jon404: And the winner is?
Can't you guys loosen up a bit, and pick a winner like Car and Driver does in their multi-car reviews?
maybe nobody paid them enough or invited them to south africa for testing.. as it is with car tests usually.
Jorginho: You have many European customers on this site. So price in Euro would be nice too (or do the differ too much per country?).
i would say they have way more viewer in europe outside the UK then in the UK.
AshMills: Are these all available on Amazon for Christmas?
yeah well if your not really independend anymore you have to live with such comments.
that is the price you have to pay....
sony rx100 for me
wutsurstyle: Would you rather have this or Canon's light leak in Mark 5D III?
i choose the light leaks as i don´t shoot with the lens cap on.
and wehn i shot at night i don´t expects a correct automatic exposure.... i have to adjust the exposure anyway.
dpreviewprov: I am not denying the problem.
However, if you shoot with a DSLR, prepare to clean your own sensor at some point.
It is easy enough. Watch here:http://visibledust.com/page.php?videos=wet&vswabs=1
buy a swiffer....
narddogg81: we have lots of white wall f22 shooters, i guess. i had some specs on my d600, i cleaned them off and moved on with my life.
well you have no clue at all .... that is the problem.
try sunburst images with this dirty POS camera.....
but for nikon fanboys this is ok.. i know.
Beach Bum: It's about time people woke up to the deficiencies within Nikon.
I can't say that I've ever been on the Nikon bandwagon, but my first taste of these deficiencies were when I was considering buying a bridge camera and first tried the Nikon P500. It took me a while to realize what a piece of junk it was, but I eventually realized it couldn't compare to the Sony, Canon, or Panasonic offerings.
Yet, when I read online reviews, they seemed to be giving some kind of deference to Nikon that was clearly unmerited by the quality of their product. It was then that I realized that something wasn't kosher with online reviews, and this type of bias in reviews would threaten the quality of cameras in the future. Apparently the Nikon name opens up a lot of doors that shouldn't be opened.
This is where a forum like this really shows its value. The average person has a voice and can demand some change, without Nikon being able to censor or silence people, like they do on their own site. :)
well and why nasa uses nikon nobody can say. maybe nikon payed them for this advertising opportunity... like in the TV series CSI Las Vegas.
and nasa is not free from mistakes.. remember the mars rover mission... LOL
panos_m: OMG!! I can't believe it!! I just checked my D3 and after 10,000 shots without cleaning it has dust on the sensor!! Dust on a FX sensor in an interchangeable lens camera!! Should I return it for a replacement? :).Here is the proof. My dirty D3 sensor:https://dl.dropbox.com/u/41964233/panos_11_2012_0001.jpgIs this enough dirt for you? :)
if you ask nikon user you can be pretty sure even a complete damaged nikon camera will be "completely fine" for them.
green LCD.. that is a feature, dust.. that´s no problem, completely locked camera (D7000 or was it D5000?)... no problem..... and so on.
i rather buy a dust devil....
and you get 3 years warranty instead of 1 year.
thought i wish they would give as long warranty as tamron (5 years).
you have to wonder why nikon and canon don´t trust their lenses as much as tamron...
Henry M. Hertz: i would pre-order..... but the price is 999 euro here.
so i buy one when i fly over to canada next month.
it is closer to 900 dollar in the USA 0,77 euro = 1 dollar
Red G8R: First non Nikon lens for me.
learn to read ryan....
undergrounddigga: $899and how many people were crying over the $499 Oly is charging for its M.Zuiko 17mm (34mm equivalent) f1.8?
not saying this doesn't worth it, only saying that crybabies are pathetic. The single problem is that the Oly M Zuiko 17mm f1.8 wasn't released for APS-C, FF or NEX. Nobody would be complaining if they would have, especially at $499!! :)
as for Sigma, keep up the good work. great to see good products released by them.
undergrunddogga = no clue at all
oselimg: It seems like that it's possible to make good lenses for a reasonable price. Are you listening Canon, Nikon, Zeiss, Leica!!!!?. I hope someone will do the same with cameras too, especially with the FF ones.
well maybe money is no concern for us leica users... you are poor as it seems so that is maybe the problem.
may wife has a 3000 euro handbag.... so why should i skimp on my lenses or cameras?
that sure does not mean i pay more then i have too.... im looking for a bargain too,
DuxX: Mr. Cicala, sharpness and weight are not the only criteria for the evaluation of a lens. What about bokeh rendition? As far as I can see this Sigma isn't even close to Nikkor or Canon equivalents.
But without doubt. This is one great lens from Sigma and very good offer.
well you should stop photographing then if you don´t see it.... the bokeh is absolutely fine. and why not... it´s a 9 blade design.
it is close to what you pay in the USA... so around 710-750 euro.
Gothmoth: i think it is fair to say.... the only good in nikon cameras these days is the sony sensor.
Francis Carver: What can I say.... DSLR shooters frequently get it from the short, nasty end of the stick, it seems. This time the all-time garbage-cam is a Nikon. Hard to believe they can just dump garbage like this on the hapless consumers, and this is actually from a so-called "name" manufacturer, wow.
This garbage-generating Nikon D600 is actually so full of garbage, it creates its own garbage internally!
Feeling so sorry for the ones who happened to have gotten this reverse dust vacuum turkey. Hopefully some lawyers are reading the link and are lining up a nice class action lawsuit against Nikon-san. Damned thing must have a miniaturized dust grinder inside it or something, huh?
the dpreview troll enters the ring.. get the popcorn....
more trolling.... more fun.....