Joe Ogiba: The Nokia 808 smartphone has a much larger sensor and cameras like this are dead meat.http://4.static.img-dpreview.com/files/articles/8083837371/NokiaSensor.jpeghttp://www.flickr.com/search/?q=Nokia+808&s=int
Never mind :) Obviously it's the SAL55200 ;)
Tonkotsu Ramen: waiting for the A65 or A77 updates.. where are they...
Not coming anymore, rather expect the a6000 and a7000.
KennethDante: Nice. Looks somewhat (give or take) spec-like to the Sony A57
Or A58 or A55 or any other camera on the market. Looks like you have no clue. ;)
mikiev: This is the 2nd press release for a new camera I've read, in which the PR people fill the release with multiple paragraphs of jargon e.g. " Wi-Fi® connectivity (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n) with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology; UHS-I (Ultra High Speed I) SDXC/SDHC Memory Card; Digital Live MOS Sensor"; etc
And yet they never mention the fact this is also a micro four-thirds camera. Not even in the "Other Attractive Features..." section. :)
How is compatibility with u43 lenses not an attractive feature?
Is it the fear that potential customers might choose other brands of lenses, if they knew it was an option?
Or that they might check into what other u43 cameras there are on the market?
I guess there job is to make Panasonic look like the be-all, end-all of your camera needs. :)
Of course it's a m43 camera, no need to mention it.
Robert F. Tobler: What about support for the Sigma Merrill Cameras (SD1M, DP1M, DP2M, and DP3M) ?
Damn, he found me! :'(
jon404: Great. Just what we need... a new technology allowing even-smaller viewfinders. Hey, camera makers! We baby boomers, the only segment left with some savings, have poor eyesight! All the pixels in the world can't help if the display device is physically very small...
lol, you really have no idea what you're talking about, right? Higher resolution will make even higher magnifying EVFs possible. They are getting bigger, not smaller.
Andrew Booth: So is Canon going to leave us dangling with just a single pancake lens in the lineup (and 40mm isn't a great length for APS-C)?
I guess you're expected to slap one of Canon's traditional big-ass kit zooms on this thing.
Something like a 20 or 24mm f2.8 pancake might even persuade me to trade in my micro 4/3rds for an SL1.
Not gonna happen.
The review comes a bit too late...
Pat Cullinan Jr: When will the review be ready?
Cool, looking forward to the review! :)
Timmbits: Any news on when they are releasing the A-II with a f/1.4 30mm (45mm equivalent) lens?
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?