Jan Privat: We have now come to the point, where cellphone camera innovations push digital photography. LOL. But okay, lezz go!
That happened long time ago and makes total sense.
AV Janus: That picture looks familiar...is that just a simulation or did they actually take that shot?
Of course it wasn't taken by the sensor, they even said that. How can a 128x128 pixel sensor take this shot?
Hasselblad Lunar support?! lol
i find the new acr 4.7 rc slower then before!
under windows 7 , did you notice the same?
tornwald: Good news for Fuji users, however still no Sigma support... When dear Lord?
pentaxfun: They seriously aren't even having it be like a 7100e and a d7100 where you can pick whether or not to have an AA? Are you freaking kidding me? Wtf!? According to articles on here as well as other highly regarded photographic sources, the consensus was always the pros of not having an AA-filter only outweighed the cons in a VERY very limit, narrow, ultra specific type of shooting situation. Like, only at a very narrow aperture range, in a specific shooting situation, it was better, but in the other 99% of shooting situations, the image quality was far better with an AA than without one, and thus, other than for a very specific niche of photography, for the avg typical photographers, having an AA-filter was much better than not having one. So, this is blowing my mind that they would really just offer it STRICTLY as a non-AA camera, and not even have it be an optional thing like on the d800. What the hell!!??!?
Didn't you notice something is wrong? Is it Nikon or is it you? ;)
Mssimo: Maximum shutter speed 1/8000 sec Good(2, 3, 5 frames at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV, 2/3 EV, 1 EV, 2 EV steps): 2EV stops! very good
Why the hell cant they do 2 EV stops in the D800?!?!?
Wait for the D800S later this year. :)
Murray Rothbard: Is it really $1000 better than the Sony A58?
ZAnton: Please, correct the name"F4.5.6 G SSM" to "F4-5.6 G SSM"Concerning lenses: Sony sells non IS lenses at the price of Canon/Nikon IS/VR lenses. Inbody IS gives at best - 2 stop, usually 0,5-1 Stop, whereas optical IS - at least 3 stop. So I don't think it is wise to get Sony at least at current prices.
Nice collection of low end lenses...
Dave Oddie: From the press release:
"Sony extends the range of A-mount interchangeable lenses with three new models to satisfy the most demanding enthusiasts and photo professionals."
Extends the range? They already have lenses of these exact focal lengths in the range. The two zooms replace existing lenses and even if they keep the existing Sony 50mm 1.4 in production (which I doubt they will) then having two 50mm F1.4 lenses doesn't count as extending the range.
If they has introduced a F2.8-F4 standard FF zoom or 35mm F2 or whatever then they would be extending the range.
At least it shows some commitment to the A mount but they really do need to start actually extending the range not just replace existing lenses.
There is a 35 mm f/2...
What's in the top right corner?
What's so exciting about the images it produces? o_O
IvanM: So has anyone seen a review /test on high iso performance between the 6D, 5D3 and 1Dx? I am finding that I am shooting more n more between 800 and 3200 iso with my 5d2...and if i had to get something new high iso performance would be high on my list...
Easy, the 1D X followed by the 6D.
Reilly Diefenbach: Ken Rockwell loves it, it must be good :^)
The two new Canons definitely feel better in big hands than the two Nikons.
Too bad the Canon EF 35mm f/2 IS USM is sealed for that price... :(
Finally AF-D support for more lenses on the A99!
That's really a minor update for my V1...
I think there are 2 reasons we will never get focus peaking and zebra pattern. First, they simply don't want those features in the product and second, I'm pretty sure they don't have the resources now. The product is out and they don't want to spend the money to pay one of their employees to implement it within 8 hours and to test it for a couple of week in the field. They are done with the GH3 as it is for a long time already.
stevens37y: Peeking and zebra will be in GH4 next year only.
In 2 years.
SirSeth: How about remaking the LC-1 with similar fixed lens and design and a slightly larger next gen. sensor.
They do sound confused (or at least the market is confused).
I hope this will never happen.
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