2003 Nikon SB-800 now with a Fuji wrapping... thirteen years after that... and people says this is an innovative industry...
Trubbtele: Sell all crap and buy D5 & D500, be happy for a long time :-)
...or be happy up to the next camera release... :-)
Let me see: Nikon 300 f/4 PF ED VR is 755 grams at USD 2,000 (in the USA) and the newer Olympus 300 f/4 IS is 1,270 grams at USD 2,500...
I think the price for this new Olympus lens ins´t bad as you consider their production volume is probably lower than Nikon´s lens, but I cannot understand its weight, almost the double of Nikon´s... It was supposed their light weight solution would have lighter lenses (than Nikon FX)...
Anyway I do not have to understand anything about Olympus... I was just wandering...
I think D750 is the best bang for your money currently, although I preferred D810 to replace my old D300S as the handling and feel were very similar.
But if I was going from D7xxx, D5xxx, Dxx cameras, certainly I would go to D750.
sneakyracer: I am a Professional Photographer and besides quite a few of the reasons already mentioned in this thread I keep using Canon because it saves me time. With the Canon's I do not need to remove dust spots. Canon quietly solved that issue with the 5D3 and it is an unsung feature but one that saves a huge amount of time.
Maybe Sony solved it in the A7RII but at least on the D810, sensor dust is always an issue.
"Maybe Sony solved it in the A7RII but at least on the D810, sensor dust is always an issue."
No - it is not ALWAYS an issue.
At the moment you find a bug in a piece of equipment you got your proof it isn´t bug free BUT it is impossible to prove any piece of equipment is really bug free.
I see an evidence of good work from Nikon to test their new product the fact all bug fixes announced above doesn´t appear as customer´s complains, at last in dpreview... From my side even after almost 30,000 shots I did not remember to face any of the "bugs" now fixed by this update.
Actually, to offer a bug fix for problems people aren´t complaining looks me an act of courageous. I applaud Nikon or any other manufacturer that act this way.
Very cool! Amazing!
Oh no! I saw that before! Apparently they doesn´t know the nightmare it brought to video, audio and e-book markets...
Complete waste of time and other resources IMHO.
It must be much, much better than their legacy 20 f/1.8 that is useless bellow f/4 (in full frame) for its absurd sagittal astigmatism and coma, particularly visible in astrophotography but it will be there for any kind of photography, of course.
If that lens really could be used at f/1.4 with acceptable sharpness at full frame and controlled optics distortions, I am sure they would have a winner.
Thanks for share. Interesting although I do not use wifi in my cameras.
OMG! Well, I think there is a market for anything...
Augusto F S: This lens, Nikon AF-S 200-500mm f5.6E ED VR, does not come with crystal nano cover (2006 technology), but comes with integrated super cover (1970 technology). Could explain me why this regression? How is the correction of shadows and ghosts without coverage nano crystal instead of the old thecnologie (SIC)?
You get you pay for... how much do you think people want pay for it?
They are focusing on 3k+ cameras and 2k+ lenses where the real money is (following Canon and Nikon). Companies are learning profitability can be more important than sales volume... It looks they can miss the lower end segment is a significant drive for the higher one. Well, let us see. Interesting future for the Photography stuff industry.
Thanks for share. Great reading. Congratulations!
Very nice. It is high quality information. Thanks DPR team for the good job.
Very well done!
The images have something of character. It is not easy as most of the subjects are very explorated.
Congrats to the Photographer and dpreview.com to bring that to us.
Cool. Good idea!
Cool. Very cool.
Interesting... but it looks me a little bit big for backpacking.
Anyway ii is good to know you have an option to use filters also for some odd lenses.
It looks an interesting lens added to Canon great portfolio but I was wondering how the fans for f/2.8 zooms will receive that "slow" lens.
As a side comment, the shot samples provided by dpreview.com looks me better than the usual. Kudos for them.