The D600/610 deliver better images at low ISOs. So if you're not a high ISO shooter, they are better value.
Sad news. Rest in peace Saul.We should thank him for his outstanding work that will remain a wonderful source of inspiration for generations of photographers.
Why you people bother with Gold or Silver awards? This is very subjective.The most important is reading the review and make your own mind.
But arguing in DPR Forums cancels it all ;-)
Nice picture gallery, I like the diversity, thanks Richard!Portraits with the 45 f/1.8 are phenomenal, this lens rocks : very sharp and nice OOF rendering. But the best : the EM-1 gets rid of residual CA usually seen with this lens The new 12-40 f/2.8 seems very sharp too! Promising.
Disturbing. That should raise a debat about those feedlots.Take a look in Google Earth, and you'll see more disturbing things in Texas.
The best thing would be that Nikon join the m4/3 consortium and make a m4/3 camera ;-)
Serioulsy, Nikon makes the best DSLR's, but fail completely with mirrorless and compacts. Time to change strategy?
Decadent? Perhaps... Stupid? Sure!
Nice camera, bad jpegs.
WOW! I just love it! A surreal picture! Congratulations for your creativity, you're a well desserved winner.
Wow, that's a wonderful perspective! Love it!
Nice samples. But honestly, all DSLR and mirrorless cameras have stunning IQ nowadays. The IQ gap between cameras is narrowing to the point of being irrelevant. That's great for us photographers, because it should cancel this nasty "jump ship" feeling that could come to our mind sometimes ;-)
Wonderful perspectives! Can't wait to see this doc :-)
Great addition to the m4/3 lineup! From early samples and reviews, it seems to be a very well balanced lens : nearly CA free (which is GREAT!), ultra-fast AF, good resolution corners to corners, metal construction, pleasing creamy bokeh, seems like a very coherent lens for a very coherent price.A no brainer for me!
Amazing picture! Congrats!
Stunning! Graphically perfect, congrats!
Wow, very nice picture, congrats! It instantly reminds me the Jethro Tull's song "Locomotive Breath" :-)
I like the jpegs colors, very nice. They are well balanced, and really reminds me as those of the Olympus E-3. Canon have done a great job with the JPEG engine on this 5D iteration. Kudos!
It seems evident that it's not the G3 or GH2 sensor.Looks more similar to the 5n. Sony sensor?