beavertown: Samsung should join serious DSLR world since they are able to make great sensor. Chips and later lenses.
Sony never made a 12MP APS-C CCD sensor to begin with. They only ever produced 10.2MP and 14.2MP CCD sensors.
ageha: You have to love the band-aid aesthetics.
Did you touch it? I can't agree on that.
lancasterjohn: I live in Japan and here it is essential to store camera equipment in an airtight box with a dessicant and fungicide. This is especially important in the summer and rainy season when there is high humidity.
It's really annoying in countries where it's very humid the whole year like in Singapore. In Japan you have at least a dry winter. ;)
All Samsung branded K-mount lenses had the Schneider sticker on them. Still, they were exactly the same as their Pentax siblings.
Not just in Japan. ;)
Why did it take so long? The T is in stores for at least two weeks here in Singapore.
You have to love the band-aid aesthetics.
Nice in-depth test!
They only made the sensors and put their stickers on the bodies and lenses.
Snikt228: Maybe they could stop wasting time on the Galaxy S5 and actually test the A7 with some lenses
People who buy the A7/R don't need tests.
Very nice! :)
LukeDuciel: pity it doesn't have an option for EVF
Just like the previous models.
samfan: So we see how much Nikon dropped the ball with the development of N1:- no really small body like Samsung NX-mini- no IQ like RX100- no 24mm eq. lens like RX100 III- No practical lenses like in RX10 or this Panasonic- lenses not smaller than 4/3- not to mention price
Well, good to see that other camera makers now see the advantage of a 1" sensor. Seems to be an ideal size for small cameras.
Now someone make a decent 1" ILC please?
What an uneducated comment. No 24mm eq. lens? lol
ManuelVilardeMacedo: Excuse me if I sound profoundly naïf, but isn't it much more fun to do with the lens? I mean, once you've mastered the technique?I do agree with the commenter below who deemed this as a 'bone-tosser'.
Exactly. Most people here seem to think the tool selects magically the area you want to have in focus from an evenly sharp photo. It doesn't of course.
Funny comments. People should read the title and maybe watch the video if reading isn't their strongest skill.
davids8560: Is this tool sort of like the Big Lens iPhone app? It makes your iPhone images appear to have bokeh.
Obviously it's not.
Artpt: Would DPR consider reviewing more target waterproof cameras....like the Intova Sport II or even the Go Pro Hero+ Black in their upcoming round up?
The convergence of photo and video abilities is already showing in your traditional camera reviews. In as much as some may shun video, it is part of our growing technology.
More selfishly, I plan some snorkeling shortly and these camera are a real interest.
Thanks to all.
RichRMA: In 1994, Olympus released an iPod device called the mRobe. They had an ad on the Superbowl . The product was a good one, better than most at the time, but it wasn't a success. I hope they do better with this divergence from their normal path.