M Jesper: They're suggesting that they want to do more than just medium format. That's great, i would love to see a serious Hasselblad mirrorless camera. And considering the collaboration with Sony it would probably be E-mount, meaning Zeiss should watch his back because Hasselblad could be some pretty good competition in optics and more!
Woops! Coffee didn't kick in yet.
They're suggesting that they want to do more than just medium format. That's great, i would love to see a serious Hasselblad mirrorless camera. And considering the collaboration with Sony it would probably be E-mount, meaning Zeiss should watch his back because Hasselblad could be some pretty good competition in optics and more!
Jorgen E: I'm staying with CS6, Adobe. You know the reason...
Your business if failing and can't afford it ?
Just kidding. ^.^
casperghst42: No, not really. Don't trust cloud software that much anyway.
In what way? You realize the software is local, the only thing online are the updates that you download, or if you so choose a very useful online community that's available for collaboration directly within the software, all optional of course.
Peter62: Just used the image comparison tool. Set to ISO 12800 I compared the
Fuji X-E2Nikon D7200Canon EOS 760DCanon EOS 750D
Even with it's "smaller" 16 MP-sensor, the X-E2 has a higher resolution than ALL(!) APS-C Nikons and ALL APS-C Canons!
Just look at the small coloured concentric circles.
For that 1 time that you actually use 12800.
Pandimonium: Sigma should just make an e-mount body with a foveon sensor in it.
Yeah, makes no sense buying a new camera for every lens.The difference in size or optimization can't be that big.
What would be interesting to see is how it handles a teleconverter.
SirSeth: Wow, I'm used to the first step being denial. This is refreshing. Thanks DPR for reporting on the problem and solution.
Nikon user ?
drh681: So it's actually a 700$ lens system?
It's pretty awesome if you have M glass to use on it.
meanwhile: How does this compare to an adapted Voigtländer 40mm f/2 Ultron?
Not at all. (Ultron will perform much better, and it's a completely different experience of course. Plus that huge F-mount adapter.)
PhotoKhan: Given how visually obvious the problem seems to be, I have only one question:Are there ANY quality control checks at Canon?
It's not visually obvious, as is explained in the full story.
Biological_Viewfinder: I'm gonna give this camera to my little kid. I mean non-stop continuous shooting????? Even a 5yr old can get the shot now!!!
"Here kid, take this""It's very heavy.""Yeah, but that's not important. Do you hear it working?""Yes daddy.""It's taking pictures.""It is?""Yep. Point it at those birds."........"WOW!!! THIS IS AMAZING!!!! YOU GOT THE SHOT!!!! LOOK AT THIS!!!! AMAZING!!!!""Thanks dad.""No problem. You're a real photographer now. Those mean know-it-alls who frequent DPR were right; all it takes is equipment."
^ This is really weird ..
kierenlon: Good news.
I can only hope for a firmware update for the coolpix A to do the following if you are reading this Nikon...
1. Add CLS commander mode2. Remember focus distance on wake (useful for pre-focusing with af-on)3. Screen off (to save some battery in the absence of #2)4. One touch zoom for image review
I'm sure it's good, but then there is the Ricoh GR.
Snapper2013: Is there a DPR review of this camera?
Does that improve the performance as well?
Mister Roboto: Vaseline on the lens!
You crazy? Put it on a filter!
groucher: Buy an old metal bodied 50mm f1.8 Nikkor (far better for a minute fraction of the price of this lens) and use Colour Efex Glamour Glow if you really need to smear the highlights.
Just googled it,That is the most vomit inducing software effect i've ever seen.
drsonic: Would a Voigtlander Nokton 42.5mm f/0.95 give similar look on m43?
A nice screw-on optical effect filter will 'fix' the sharpness of the Nokton wide open. :)
ThatCamFan: "We learned from the D600 episode." If that were true they would NOT have screwed up the D750 as well. They would of tested several bodys and tested the heck out of them. They learned how to react to problems, not how to PREVENT them with GOOD quality testing.
Thousands though .. i mean really ? Come on. Thousands of 'parts' sure who knows, but a lot less of them moving.
BeaverTerror: "We don’t consider that we manufacture more FX than DX lenses; we’ll focus on both." "We don’t feel we have more FX than DX products now; we have a full line-up in DX as well."
Stopped taking this interview seriously after the second answer. What a joke.
It's actually 1.55
bronxbombers4: The real question is does the 5D4 get this new sensor technology? (awesome if so, but man the 5Ds will look like an orphan quickly! other than for the MUST have MP and nothing else matter crowd). I guess Canon marketing wants to milk maximally so they hold back a new sensor and better body features for a 5Ds2 in a couple years. They give the better body features and new sensor to the 5D4 but hold back the resolution. They have to make sure to never give all they can at once so they can milk out an extra generation or two.
All that said, the sensor in this does potentially signal that Canon may not be entirely lost. It remains to be seen though. It will be interesting to find out how and if it really manages to deliver the 15 stops ad if Canon cares to ever bother using that tech for, you know, their DSLRs.
Wow, you really have no idea what you're looking at do you.