But does it have manual HDR feature and slow-motion 120fps in 1080p? (LX7 has slow-motion 120fps in 720p so two years of evolution should make it very possible)
If it had optical stabilization and 30fps in 4K - I would buy it!
It´s cool that everyone here is excited about its optical stabilization…...
Jacques Cornell: Damn! This is practically a $900 12-35mm f2.8 with a free GX7 attached. 16MP vs 13MP makes little difference to me if the lens is sharp. DFD & 11fps are big upgrades over GX7. Does it have TouchPad AF and e-shutter?
$900 in the US, up to $1300 in many other countries
mpgxsvcd: Here is the European Specs on the Panasonic website. Nothing too interesting here. It does say that the 30 minute time limit applies to the LX100 in the UK. Not sure about the U.S. though.
In Sweden the XL100 will cost 9500SEK = 1330USD and only 25p in 4K. Stupid.
What if the photographer used self-timer 10 seconds, and after 5-6 seconds the ape stole it and looked at it, and BANG! A photo! Who shall have the copyright then?
For making up the £479.99 price, I´m sure of that the auto focus will be super fast and accurate :-D
From X10 to X30. Three years of incredible evolution, kind of.
What I like about this camera is the 24mm wide angle, the pocket ability, the 4K recording and the great sensors size.
Elaka Farmor: "...with the power of the BIONZ X processor, the camera is able to read, process and output data from all of the sensor’s pixels during video recording, ensuring that it produces the highest quality video possible by eliminating aliasing, moiré and false color artifacts."
which means full sensor read out??
Here, under "HD video performance" :http://www.dpreview.com/articles/9290297376/sony-announces-alpha-a5100-compact-mirrorless-camera
"...with the power of the BIONZ X processor, the camera is able to read, process and output data from all of the sensor’s pixels during video recording, ensuring that it produces the highest quality video possible by eliminating aliasing, moiré and false color artifacts."
dbenyakar: Im abit confused.In the comparison table it is mentioned that the a6000 has "Touch-enabled LCD".In the a6000 specs however it says it does not have touch screen.Which one is true?
means that you can touch the touch screen on the A6000 but it will not work :-d
Albert Silver: I have one of these. Awesome lens for street photography.
I use my copy with a 1,4x teleconverter. Perfect for birding in my backyard.
Mount Fuji……did he used Fuji mount on his camera?
The D800 was almost perfect, so this small upgrade make sense. Why change things that is already brilliant? For the very same reason, I expect only minor upgrades for the next models (D820 and D830) the coming 5-6 years.
locke_fc: Looks pretty good, but I'm waiting for the rumoured Pana LX8 before making any decisions.Also, I think I will pop a fuse if I ever have to read again the "clickless front dial makes the shooting experience feel disconnected" comment from DPR. If only for that, I just hope Sony change that in the mk IV.
But the size of LX7 is not an advantage…..
"raw files are excellent" That does not match the scoring (image quality raw).Very confusing.
It´s a pity that there is no image stabilization when recording 4K, according to:
* HYBRID O.I.S.+ and Level Shot Function do not work in 4K video recording.
Elaka Farmor: As a PAL user, my obvious standard question; is it possible (like the RX100M3) to switch between NTSC and PAL in the menu (to get 30fps in 4K and 60p/120p in 1080p)?
Even my 3 years old low end Canon 600D can switch between NTSC and PAL, so what´s the problem to have this feature in these days??