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.
fotowolf61: Any updated news or links to the proposed FW update?
Today we have Feb 4th, 2013 - the announced release date.
I think it will be the 5th in Japan. Should be the 6th in the US.
3systermuser: so will new Oly OM-D successor use it?
vodanh1982: When's it supposed to come out? Next year?
Most probably not.
rialcnis: Mr. Terada,
You forgot to tell us about the new, upcoming, FIRMWARE update for the OM-D, that will unlock 50-72 mbps bitrate, and 24p and 60p. For video.
I might have to switch to Panasonic, if the OM-D doesn't get a video update right away.
It's not smart to listen to customers.
nasuryono: Olympus can just shut down their 4/3 DSLR department and keep focusing on the Micro 4/3. Why waste money on developing something that the market will not buy?
Wow, that's blurry...
007peter: (head shaking) I cannot believe the words coming out of this mouth! He just confirm 3 fear:- Canon P&S will forever stuck with lousy 1/2.7" sensor- APS-C camera has no FUTURE- Canon 70d will be release BEGRUDGINGLY, no 80d in the future.
I will sell off every one of my EF-S lens now. Heck, I might as well just switch to Nikon now.
He said 1/2.3".
I think he is wrong. Makes me wonder if I really should invest into the EOS system. With that guy the future doesn't seem that bright.
Sdaniella: MTF values only hold up under ideal studio lighting tests where ISOs are not pushed to higher sensitivities.
Under much more challenging conditions that are not so well lit, the MTF values will shift drastically downwards as detail start to be obscured by either excessive noise or too strong NR.
The tester is therefore biasing the tests specifically to exclude the low light scenario where higher ISOs need to be drawn upon. This may simply mean that low light shooting isn't important to the tester for these two cameras, so if one or the other dSLR (D800 or 5DMkIII) actually made a significant difference to others who want to know wrt to the Lenses being scrutinized, the tests so far will be inadequate, and reveal too little to nothing useful.
lol, I like when people point out what everybody knows already. Anyway, not everyone shoots above base ISO.
JuanSu: Sorry but how does this "automatic compensation support" help in the NEX5N? Where can I read more about this? Thanks
markbvt: One other nice feature of 645 Pro -- it's the closest you can come to RAW image capture on an iPhone. You can set it to save an uncompressed TIFF with minimal processing for later post-processing in your favorite photo application; I haven't found any other iPhone apps that will do this. You can also (or additionally) set the JPEG quality to high instead of the default medium used by the built-in Camera app. Might seem a bit gimmicky on a phone camera, but it actually can make a difference on certain images.
645 Pro is a great app and I use it a lot but I don't think TIFF has any value here. Apple's API simply doesn't give 645 Pro anything better that's worth a TIFF.