I don't own this camera, but if this camera is "ULTRA-CHIC ANSWER FOR CAPTURING AMAZING IMAGES"Then there must be no words in my dictionary that can describe the pictures the D800E takes. (Or even the Panasonic LX3 for that matter)
The Casio TRYX is very successful in Asia
HendeHoq: Where FinePix REAL 3D?
It's not one of a kind i guess?
There's absolutely no industry whatsoever in Hong Kong, guess where all this pollution come from....
Weird...while Oly and Panny makes DSLR styled bodies their flagship modle...Sony makes it their budget model...
Anyways, at $400, I think it's extremely competitive.
So it has the size disadvantage of a DSLR, and the lack of fast PDAF for a mirrorless...can't people just get a grip?
How come we are so backwards nowadays.no built-in MP3 player in the Canon 1DX?!?! Cannot believe it
If it had one, I would hang it round my neck with headphones plugged in, and be the ultimate hipster.
Well, at least you can win when comparing who's the longest.If I have one, I'll proudly wear it on my waist.
SIGMA IS AWESOME period.
If there is a score for looks, the Q would score high. With so many colour combinations, one would suit you.Why don't the D4 and 1DX offer customization, after all they are premium products worthy of premium service.
Equivalency debate starting in 3...2...1
AngryCorgi: I gotta be honest, I think this is the weakest "First Impressions Review" I've seen on DPR.
Yes, previews were used to be 3 pages.Aren't the office excited about this new offering?
Mike99999: @goshigoo: "Also, IQ wise, 6D + 85 f/1.8 @ f/2.4 could be better than this lens.35mm FF still has it's value when shallow Dof is needed"
No. A Leica full frame camera is king, yes, but by no means good value. Canon and Nikon FF cameras are for dorks. What's the point of all this shallow DoF when your ridiculous camera gets in the way all the time. A full frame DSLR is to photography as a cargo truck is to driving cars.
A cargo truck is what professional truck drivers use to get a load from A to B, sure, but in my spare time I'd much rather enjoy driving a fine German or Italian automobile.
And in this realm, a Leica M9 or Sony RX1 really wins. But the system Panasonic and Olympus have built up is a very fair alternative, with great lenses.
goshigoo is right, and you are completely wrong.
qwertyasdf: Referring to some comments made below:135 is THE FORMAT for DOF, not medium format, not large format. There is simply no equivalent of 85mm F1.2 nor 50mm F0.95 nor 200mm F1.8 in any other format.I shoot with a Mamiya 645 and 80mm F1.9, the largest aperture in MF, but still no match for FF.
Not bad at all, I love that lens, while dreaded the Canon 50mm F1.2LBut I have yet to try a F0.95 lens :P though it is not necessary...
qwertyasdf: I hope the in body IS works well. Because seriously, Panasonic in lens OIS sucks.
The Panasonic OIS (even the newer lenses) is only good for 2-ish stops,while Canon and Nikon offer the 4 stops that they claim.More surprisingly, Fuji's first X-mount IS lens 18-55 F2.8-4 performs even better than CaNikon...(I hv tried them all)Panasonic has been making OIS lens for so long, I cannot believe how far they are behind the competition.
I hope the in body IS works well. Because seriously, Panasonic in lens OIS sucks.
Referring to some comments made below:135 is THE FORMAT for DOF, not medium format, not large format. There is simply no equivalent of 85mm F1.2 nor 50mm F0.95 nor 200mm F1.8 in any other format.I shoot with a Mamiya 645 and 80mm F1.9, the largest aperture in MF, but still no match for FF.
Like the fact that the new kit lens starts at 16mm, but disappointed the pancake is a f2.8 not f2
bad news!"he brown version will be available a bit later than the other two - August rather than July - and in some markets will be exclusive to certain retailers. "
Wow! we're back to
August 20, 2003 ! ! ! ! ! !
Somebody should write about the weird naming styles of camera makers...
20D......60D 70D 80D 90D ---> 100D?