deleted-13120401: Pretty sure all you need to be a 'street photographer' is to call yourself a street photographer. Better yet, International Street Photographer.
I think some people should google the word "international" so that they understand its meaning and Kim's reason for using it.
Kim's a smart guy, makes a living out of what he loves doing, maybe think about that while your stacking the shelves at walmart
starwolfy: Eric KIM on DPreview ? Now it's 100% sure that in today's society one just need to be good at social media and blogging to become famous...
Yep, that's how the Internet works, that aside Eric Kim has taken many excellent photos
adr23: Another expensive failed attempt by Nikon. Just the word 'coopix' makes me shiver in disgust. Is this suppose to compete with x100s, or am I missing something here?
it cost you a lot of money to figure that one out, I guess you never really needed the Nikon pro kit in the first place.
ybizzle: Just compared the JPEG high ISO (1600-6400) between the A, GR, and X100S and the X100S destroys these cams. Glad I went with the X100S for the same price as the A. Plus you get a hybrid view finder and faster lens!
In RAW you can see that the X100s files have some amount of NR added, they look smooth and noise free but the GR is much sharper
ISO 400/800 looks nasty on the blue area of the globe
domina: That's a good thing for photography and videography, it means now everyone will be able to sell to them on the strength of their current images rather than be employed by them permanently because of personal connections or past reputation. However, it's sad for the photographers as employees. Perhaps the newspaper should offer them free support to set up their freelance businesses.
idiots with smartphones? well those idiots are getting phones and video that staff photographers and news crews can only dream of.
I'll take low quality over nothing everytime
Bad management, Bad service, Bad Prices, its no surprise they've gone bust
Tested and no improvements to the Fuji X RAW files, foliage still looks painted
Very good lens, had it for a few days in a Nikon mount, sharp wide open but not clinically sharp like the Canon 35L I used to have, focusing is very fast and out of focus rendering is smooth, its not a pretty lens but its well worth the money.
Edmond Leung: The X-Pro1 has no built-in diopter adjustment !! Unbelievable !! A serious defeat!
like it's fuji's fault that your have bad eyesight
Austin101: Overly-conservative DOF scale useless for zone focusing
I zone focus with the 18mm lens while shooting SP all of the time and it works just fine, you just need to spend some time using it to understand how it works.
I really don't think that you have grounds to say that it's useless
it works just fine unless you're inept
Overly-conservative DOF scale useless for zone focusing
X-Pro1 support, about time too
great Nikon D3200 support but still no X-Pro1
NEX-7 it is then
tut tut tut
Sumicron69: Will I be able to actually buy one?!?!?!?!?!
No idea, maybe ask your wife
samlew: I think what everyone is forgetting is that these are SNEAKS. Sneaks mean, "we're showing you something that we're developing and something that MIGHT be in a future product" (no promises).
So if the technology isn't completely done, or they show an example of what it might do when completed, I don't have a problem with that. They're not trying to sell it to me now. They're just showing what they're working on. And knowing Adobe, they'll get it perfected before another version of Photoshop is released (or whenever).
Making a huge deal about this is simply silly—it's a "sneak". But maybe it's just me. ;)
My research team have been out in the field gathering statistics and I can confirm
it's just you