tecnoworld: I'd like to see a similar test performed with samsung nx1.
Yup, I read this. Interesting, but again not the same test...
It's not exacy similar...
bmwzimmer: A6000 is great for a small compact kit. It makes sense with a set of small fast primes or general purpose zoom. But it looks ludicrous mounted to the 70-200 and 100-400 w adaptor and is terribly unbalanced. The FE 70-200 f/4 is bigger and heavier than the Canon DSLR equivalent and the 100-400 plus adapter is about as heavy as a 100-400 mounted to a more ergonomically comfortable and balanced dslr. I really like the A6000 though. Best Mirrorless AF there is. I wonder how it compares to the Samsung NX1
The af in nx1 should be even better, according to specs. That's why I asked for a similar test on this camera as well. And then there is 4k video, from which you can extract decent 8mp images.
I'd like to see a similar test performed with samsung nx1.
Very nice. Which kind of light did you use?
feilong: This camera looks interesting and will be exactly what most people have asked for... I have the 5d III and there is no need for me to use 50mp but this will be a smart move on canons part.
My next camera will be a mirrorless one because I need a lighter alternative to what I am shooting now when I travel with my family.
50-150 2.8 is very good, and so is 45 f1.8.
Have a look at dxo for the latter. The former is too new to be there, but seems excellent.
P.s. for legacy lenses, I agree that a7 is the best! The a7r ii will be a monster, with ibis and that gorgeous sensor inside. And the incoming rumored a9 will be a dream!
The nx30 was presented one year ago (jan 2014) and commercialized in feb/march. I don't think a successor is going to be launched anytime soon, considering also the fact that nx1 exists, now, to cover the needs of those wanting a bigger camera to go with bigger lenses.
Perhaps nx50 will come, eventually, but my wild guess is not before 6-9 months from now. And the price won't be low, expect something like 999€/$ at least (as it was for nx30).
JaimeA: This camera is trying to impress. In fact it is an outdated ripoff. It picks from others here and there. Better get an original.
I agree if you refer to the look...but not for the contents. Could you give examples of what you mean?
dugudr: Will this do 15fps on high speed sd card (not talking about buffer)?
After buffer is full, no. Of course not.
dugudr: Can it output 1080p hdmi while record 4k?
A7 is good if you don't need sony lenses. Otherwise too few, expensive, slow. I really liked a7 and considered it, but the cost of a decent set with lenses is...enormous.
Have a look at samsung nx1 ;-)
What's wrong with dpr servers today?? I tried to reply to a post and it instead placed my reply on top...twice. And noww I can't edit...meeh
Usually to keep the same distance from the sensor.
The Lotus Eater: "Why ‘cancel out' the effect of the 5DS R's AA filter rather than omit it entirely?"
Maybe it's because Canon would be accused of charging more for taking something away.
ShatteredSky: I made do without a viewfinder for about a year with the NX300. Never thought I would adapt to it, but it worked out quite nicely. I would still appreciate the addition of a viewfinder though ...
Nand: not that I know of. Nx200/210 and 300 didn't have one at all.
nerd2: Do people really use EVF for their compact MILCs? I have had a number of MILCs without EVF and was totally fine (I did not use telephoto, btw) and when I was using RX100 III I tried the popup EVF once and never used it again.
They could have proposed a lower end evf display, like the older one from nx20, as an add-on. For 200-250$, they would have sold many units.
sproket1: To all those complaining about lack of EVF.Smartphones are the worlds most popular cameras....and they lack an EVF.Hundreds of millions seem to live without one.... some pretty well.
Cameraphones are above all phones. With an added camera.
Who buys a specific tool to take photos could/should have different needs. And an evf is one of those needs, along with better iq, dof control and much more.