The 28mm is quite interesting and compact too.
I think we need to thank mirrorless camera manufacturers who 'sabotaged' Canon and Nikon marketing myth.
Of course, gratitude to DPR as well for being impartial (i.e. not raving out 'affordable' full-frame cameras).
Thoughts: I would not recommend any one to buy a DSLR cameras that has no in-body autofocus motor.
For anyone, who wants to learn photography but on budget, Nikon entry DX series offer poor choices of lenses. You will have to upgrade the camera body to 7k series or go all the way to full frame to be able to access a larger pool of lenses, some of which are really compact and affordable. There are many youth, students out there who are not able to go down this route. As far as I know, Nikon is the only company does this to their entry level cameras. Not nice!
I would not recommend any one to buy a DSLR cameras that has no in-body autofocus motor.
Any other companies has come up with such idea?
If not, this is innovation from Canon.
tecnoworld: D750! The only dslr that made me...want a dslr again!
Around the same time I sold all my Nikon gear and bought a mirroless camera. No regret whatsoever.
I guess you have left DSLR camp? :)
JohnEwing: "No touch screen" is actually a point in its favour.
er... because less is more?
Mssimo: No phone camera of the year?
Exactly, considering DPR's effort to promote DPR Connect and mobile phone photography.
Sony fans, vote! It is your duty!
bluevellet: I've considered the Pentax 645Z. I think Pentax did a great job making the price reasonable (for medium format) and coming up with a decent amount of lenses, particularly how niche this product is,
One major hurdle is (almost) no retailer presence. Even online, it's hard to find and I have to go abroad for it. I'm not comfortable buying something this expensive without even a test drive.
I mean, just look at DPR, no link to buy it anywhere.
It is sold out everywhere
ARB1: May be time to sell my D800 with all its lenses.
Do go to a shop to check if you like EVF and how the camera is handled.
Call me greedy, imagine a new A7s plus IBIS.
Many legacy lenses are becoming even more expensive. Not good...
Only 5 g gold has been used.
Looks better than the silver version
remind me of first generation IMac
Mario Brothers' camera
The joke about 'asking the engineers' isn't appropriate and funny at all. If I worked for Canon as an engineer, I would be upset to know that.
I would probably try to send a CV to Nikon.......
Okay probably Fuji then
Quite a revelation that mirrorless camera market does not need Canon and Nikon to generate more interest.
If Canon and Nikon still don't take this market seriously, then they will eventually pay a price.