Where's the organic sensor?
frogwise: So people still claim that the D750 and the A7II share the same sensor, even though DP review has stated that they don't. Could it be that they do, but it's just this processing of the raw files that makes them feel different?
Could a firmware update to the A7II improve image quality to the point of the D750?
What a shame Sony can't make best use of their own sensors.
moji: With my budget I can only buy the EVF for this camera! Shall I invest in this system by buying the EVF and stop smoking and save money to get the camera later on? God, some people have money!
They can't get that cheap unless a manufacturer is able to manufacture top quality glass that cheaply.
Lovely picture, but it is a little blurred.
Pat Cullinan Jr: No viewfinder? So near, yet so far.
Get an X-E2, then.
John Pennington: It has a smaller viewfinder than the D3300. That's ridiculous.
The D3300 is a cheaper, lower end camera. Oh, and the word is ridiculous, not rediculous.
It has a smaller viewfinder than the D3300. That's ridiculous.
Is it April Fool's Day?
I may be wrong, but I thought the S still has the aperture dance problem of the original X100, which makes usage somewhat of a a pain.
The D3200 is an obvious omission.
ChristianHass: Amazing. $2100 is £1300 with the current conversion rate, so the £1955 UK price is "only" a 50% markup for Europe. Good job.I know sales tax is part of it, but 50% is ridiculous.
This is Nikon totally screwing over the UK market.Shame on you Nikon.