No plan... Everything changes constantly!
As with many other cameras, I think we'll never see the review...I remember waiting for the Samsung NX20 review for months before giving up and looking in another website... I know, completely different camera, but same outcome :(I think the guy who got the D1X to review it ran away with it! :D
JEROME NOLAS: So who will buy Nikon 1 now???
NO one! :D
Allioth: Any rumors about a possible NX30 coming up??? I'm DYING to know when it comes out! Especially with a hybrid AF like the NX300, and improved sensor... it's gonna be a nice piece of cake :)
Yes... absolutely right... But according to the announcement above, looks like they've used a brand new chip as well... so let's hope :)
Jefftan: Really, who is going to buy this instead of NEX or MFT?Anyone?
Agree with Viking79... Samsung has way better control over NEX system (which is basically a point and shoot for novice, as everything is done through the touch control screen)... Haven't seen ONE useful button on the NEX systems... At least the NX100 started really well with two control dials (which are not even standard on DSLRs) and a proper PASM wheel... Ok, handling wasn't great, but hell, NEX system is not actually a comfortable camera to hold either!
Any rumors about a possible NX30 coming up??? I'm DYING to know when it comes out! Especially with a hybrid AF like the NX300, and improved sensor... it's gonna be a nice piece of cake :)
Wow... Incredible picture... Where is it?
Very beautiful picture
Very nice shot, loads of dramatic feelings come out of this one :)Just a bit rough HDR post processing, but that's Nikon... So congratulations!!!
Jay Martin: Referring to RaptorUK's concern that this may be a cheater entering someone else's picture. What would be the point of cheating, nobody knows who this guy is that intered the photograph. Anyway, nice work whoever took the shot.
Unfortunately for you this is actually my wife :)I can send you her passport picture or any of the thousands of pictures of her I've actually taken, but that would require a rather large USB pen :)
Thanks guys,Yes, she looks much younger than she is... This is Barbara, my wife, age 30.I've done just a tiny bit of skin retouching, but not much.
Rondhamalam, I've used my compact camera to take this shot, unfortunately no lens could be changed... And I must say that she's got a the nose going towards the big size anyway :D But I love it like that :)
You're absolutely right! Well spotted!I must say that I've been playing with this picture a lot, trying to see how it could be improved... I've got tons of pictures from San Ranieri, as I am from Pisa myself. They all get mixed up in my HDD, and many of them are really really similar to eachother, as there are just a few spots in Pisa where you can get the bending of the river and the clock tower in Banchi...When you need to upload them you can get only the thumbnails, and I've picked up this one... To be completely honest, when I saw it was the wrong one, I couldn't waste time changing it as I was late for something (I don't remember what)... and I though, I'll deal with it later... And then I just forgot about it...My apologies, and I understand perfectly your point of view about cheating, and completely agree with you.Regards
RuthC: This shot was NOT taken within the capture date! It has been in other challenges before! :-(
Very true... Should be disqualified... cheecky monkey!!! :(
I see the pancake as a preview for something mirrorless coming up soon (I hope!!!)... I've read in Canon Rumors that the new Canon mirrorless camera will accept EF lenses... Why would they do a pancake just now? Certenly not for their DSLR market... With the size of their DSLRs, a pancake lens doesn't change things that much...
Something was to be expected this month... We'll see :)
Very nice!The composition reminds me vaguely of that National Geographic portait of an afgan lady, taken by Steve McCurry, that became famous in 1985... remember? I'm sure you know which one I'm talking about :)Congratulations! :)
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