Why did they copy the lens design from Panasonic? They cool cheap.
Robo2k: Those samples are extremely disappointing. Almost all of them are horribly exposed. Then again, this is my biggest complaint with DPR previews/reviews in general. How do you manage to make every camera look so damn terrible? I mean this set barerly scratches the possibilities of this camera (or any camera for that matter)!
Your reviews might be wordefully meticulous (an honest praise!) but, man, your samples galleries (and especially this one) are the worst.
Horshack: With the advent of very fast CDAF (and CDAF/PDAF hybrid designs) plus 11fps such as on the A6000 I wonder if this technology can be acceptably replicated by using an automated focus-bracket mechanism, where the camera's processor identifies different focus subjects in the scene and brackets to each. The user can later select one of the photos for selective focus on a particular subject or the camera can create a focus-stacked composite for when deep DOF is desired.
lol, do you even know what Lytro does?
Michael Ma: You should do this with the app AfterFocus. Instead of letting the phone do it quickly and getting it wrong, It's better that you create the masks. The selection tool is top notch.
captura: Theoretically you can now view Google Android Kit Kat generated photos on a 32 bit Windows computer with a 4.4.2 Kit Kat OS Install . Interesting?
Have those hacker privacy issues found in India with 4.3 and 4.4 Android devices been resolved yet?
Why should that be interesting?
That's all? :|
There's a chance to add some day the Casio Ex-10 or the not announced here Ex-100? Thank you :)
Amazon can't afford to buy one for you guys?
dodgebaena: thanks to focus peaking, I am quite comfortable shooting my Bower (a Samyang lens) 85f1.4 on my a99. This will be a nice walk-around lens for my NEX-6.
Well, it doesn't. ;)
Erick L: Would be more interesting if it had a phone in it.
Oh no, it wouldn't obviously.
ageha: Good but the lenses are boring.
Yeah but it's too slow.
Calvin Chann: As soon as you have to put a lens on it, I don't really see the point of this.
They failed with the lenses.
mpgxsvcd: How is this better than a Panasonic LX7? You get a brighter lens with a bigger zoom range for a lot less money. Sure it has a bigger sensor than the Panasonic. However, the Panasonic's lens is much brighter(More than 2 stops).
A 1" sensor is a lot better, the LX7 gives you almost no control over DoF.
straylightrun: Well at least it still makes more sense than the Nikon 1 system.
There are more interesting 1 Nikkor lenses.
ambercool: What's with all the hate before trying it first?
No idea, it's really annoying here.
Good but the lenses are boring.
itkovian: Looks to me that the D4s is about 3 stops (iso) better than the Fuji XT1. Now, that ladies and gentlemen is impressive!
rowlandw: Some p&s's have an in-built ND filter feature. To my knowledge none of them has a grad ND feature covering, say, the upper half of the frame. I would buy one in a heartbeat.
Some smart phone camera apps have that for years.
Steven Wandy: Very interesting - but what is the difference in this patent's abilities and what they implemented in the EM10? Sounds like the same thing.