How about 35mm eq. lens instead of palette swap? :)
I like it. Hope they will make the front dial customize-able in the future FW update though.
Why isn't this news post highlighted on the main page in any perceivable way I wonder ?
Thank you very much, indeed! Next time, could we get the whole story on a single page, please?
Not part of the target audience but, for some, it might just be the only camera they will ever need.
Ultimate Selfie @5:46 :-D
"Polished internal barrel for creative flare & reflection"
Oh boy ..... :-(
moimoi: It is quite inconspicuous, isn't it?
White colour version of SL1/100D in 10 ... 9... 8 ...
Finally!, no finger-print-ugliness will ruin my otherwise flawless image.
fools and their money are easily parted
falconeyes: 20-1200 mm F/16-33
and according to optyczne.pl, it isn't even sharper at F/33 than F/47.
Can't see any other application than bright daylight video from a tripod ...
... in full frame terms, perhaps?
Carl would not be happy about it. Just sayin ...
Combatmedic870: Im guessing looks just like the 700D and 60D and 7D and 600D and...EOS M*shrugs*
Please elaborate. Thank you.
Thank you very much DPR. This is the best feature to date I have ever read on DPR Keep up the good work. Thanks again.
I hope since the last generation they have fixed the following:
"Avoid contact with garbage, mud, sand, dust, water, toxic gases or salts. These could cause the camera to breakdown. Wipe the camera to dry off any rain or water drops"
source -> http://c758710.r10.cf2.rackcdn.com/files/support/manual/1330537010_Manual_WG-2_EN_official.pdf
slick83: Since I am in the market for rugged compact camera that will survive mu busy urban/rural life. I took my time to check Nikon's site for some details.
According to Nikon site:
-= Waterproof =-* on camera body itself 18m/59ft: http://cdn-4.nikon-cdn.com/en_INC/o/ET360lcITrS5AL5UdjBwI83CY_Y/Views/26412_AW110_front.png
* in specs sheet:JIS/IEC protection class 8 (IPX8) equivalent (under our testing conditions) Up to a depth of 5 m (16.4 ft) and for 60 minutes
link -> http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Compact-Digital-Cameras/26412/COOLPIX-AW110.html
Hmmm, I wonder, is it really 18m/59ft ?
OK, since AW110 user manual is not published, yet, I have looked into user manual of its predecessor [AW100] and it goes like this:
-= Notes on waterproof and dust-proof performances =-The camera is equivalent to IEC/JIS waterproof grade 8 (IPX8) and IEC/JIS dustproof grade 6 (IP6X) and enables shooting pictures underwater at a depth of 10 m (33 ft) for up to 60 minutes.*
This rating does not guarantee the waterproof performance of the camera or that the camera will be free from damage or trouble under all conditions.
* This rating indicates that the camera has been designed to withstand the specified water pressurefor thespecified period of time when the camera is used according to the methods defined byNikon.
link -> http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/kie88335f7869dfuejdl=-cww2/AW100EN.pdf
Have you even read my post, sir?Or is it like that simply because there is no "IPX9-10-11-12" rating to they use IPX8 instead?
What I point out is the obvious difference in numbers they published.
The number printed on the camera body is different than the one "printed" in the specs sheet on their own web site.
Since I am in the market for rugged compact camera that will survive mu busy urban/rural life. I took my time to check Nikon's site for some details.