medon78: Color rendition on most pictures is not very exciting... is it just me?Nice gallery, anyway! Hope to see DPR switch back to "OOC JPEG" galleries like this one in the future when evaluation new bodies.
I found pretty much everything here rather dull and dark. Not much pop considering the light is mostly good. Comment is from an LX3 and LX7 owner.
I have recently bought an LX7 with the add on viewfinder to use alongside my LX3. Very pleased so far. I note in the pros that it has "three types of bracketing". Can you tell me what they are. It does say no WB bracketing and HDR is a scene mode. Thanks.
maxnimo: Those microSD cards are just too damm small. If you drop one you can't even find it. If you try to pick one up with large fingers you need tweezers. If you sneeze at one it's gone out the window.I prefer regular SD.
I recently bought a Samsung ST88 compact in a trendy shade of purple with matching colour Lowepro case for the princely sum of £20. Was surprised to find that it had a 4GB Micro SD card in it. Came out in late 2012. Surprisingly high spec for a compact, Works well too. You won't find it on the DPR Samsung list but worth looking up. Maybe the first camera use of Micro SD?
What's the point of all of the speeded up clips. Impossible to assess anything with those except on the odd occasion when the car stopped. Yes I'm sure an owner of these might use it once or twice for fun and maybe a time lapse function can be useful for recording some events. Most will always use it in really time.I'd rather have one of these. LCD screen and even Raw if you want it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X10JFBd94GM
brn: Most are quite good. I am confused as to why the aspect ratio on all of the landscape shots seems to be off. Is it just me or is DPRview messing with the aspect ratio (I can't imagine it's multiple photographers)?
What do you mean about the aspect ratios being "off"? Unless you have strict requirements to fit a page when publishing, freely cropping an image to give the best composition and impact will rarely find the aspect ratio ending up in basic round figures. I certainly don't crop to match standard printing paper sizes.
I like these images. Nicely done.
I wonder if there would be less vitriol if this article showed the white cased version? It looks fine to me and possibly improves the grip as well. An 80% increase in battery life is useful but $99 is expensive.Note, I don't own an iPhone or any other smart phone for that matter.
As far as branding goes I've known the Mamiya name for just about as long as I've held a camera. Had a Mamiyaflex for a while. Never heard of Phase One and suspect that I might not be the only one, so having future models with the Mamiya name makes sense to me.
deluk: With the IV, does it still switch off the camera when you push the viewfinder back down?
With the IV, does it still switch off the camera when you push the viewfinder back down?
Quotes "as a left-eye shooter, my nose will sometimes move the AF point."
"The only downside we found is that the wider screen can be nose activated if you're a right-eyed shooter."
That should cover most of us then.......
DPR - Ref your comments on poor JPEG quality, was the camera tested with the update mentioned at the end of the shooting experience section?
*At the time this page was published, Samsung had just released a firmware update which promised to improve Jpeg processing.
If so, it would appear that a bit more work is required.
Nice colours. Somewhat lacking in sharpness and detail definition but I can't get the originals to open to do a better check. Anyone else with this problem?
Is the image on page 4, Classic Chrome or Provia? Typo?
Excellent, almost surreal. Tower Bridge not London Bridge by the way.
aris14: No matter if this or any other camera offering an easy way for selfy pix have the best IQ ever or whatever whatsoever...Selfies is the depiction of an ill egoism and selfism thus depicting the problems of a rather significantly ill culture... Or should I say civilization..?
Regardless of your opinion of selfies, they can be useful to let you take pictures of yourself. perhaps with a companion, and also include that stunning view behind you. Getting a full 180º isn't a major engineering feat.Just a thought, but the ability to hold the camera upside down at arms length to take pictures or videos behind you using the screen can make that extra 90º very useful. Shots over a crowd or wall come to mind. Gets the negative comment in the preview." It’s great for taking selfies, but not so useful if you’re trying to take overhead shots at a concert."
Stollen1234: Hey Dpreview..no thanx..try harder next time
I believe that Stollen is a type of fruit cake.........
Coming to a drone near you. Like it!
Holladay: The whole point of this camera is that it's small and pocketable.Why would I want to make it bigger?
If I wanted a grip with a battery I would take my DSLR.
Rick - Sony makes a separate AG-R2 grip accessory for the RX100 mk111 for $14.99. Don't know if it fits the previous 2 models.
deluk: I quite like the grand winner but would like to have seen a comparison colour version. Perhaps the manipulation would have shown up worse in colour, but it looks as if the lighting, with the partly clouded over sun, would have been effective. As an aside, the sloped horizon is totally unacceptable. IMO.
Checking out more details on the museum site I note that the lions shot was taken with infra red so maybe my comment about colour isn't so relevant. Doesn't excuse the horizon though.
I quite like the grand winner but would like to have seen a comparison colour version. Perhaps the manipulation would have shown up worse in colour, but it looks as if the lighting, with the partly clouded over sun, would have been effective. As an aside, the sloped horizon is totally unacceptable. IMO.