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.
Markol: Sounds exciting, but so did the HTC One sensor concept.Let's wait and see, I for one was e.g. positively surprised by the Nexus 5 IQ which generally isn't being talked highly of.
HTC's current generation low pixel One sensor is pretty bad.
Why did you receive it so late?
gerard boulanger: Too small sensor, Nikon has to go DX on same concept
Fortunately that's not gonna happen.
Awesome 1 Nikkor lenses!
I love it!
steven_k: I wonder why the Sony A7 does not have as good high ISO performance as compared to the D600/610 ???
Why should it? It's a Sony.
Seriously? Those photos?!?
That was relatively quick for DPR!
Retzius: I bet the D620 comes out next year with wi-fi, gps, expeed4, and a dirty sensor.
Then they can release the D630 6 months later.
Won't happen. ;)
nasserdjawas: is this rain/water resistant?