I think Canon didn't notice that it's competition has moved on to 4K.
This cam is going to have strong sales.
what? no worlds fastest claim on this one..
Is the low light focusing improved? or just focusing in general?
I don't understand this says it would need a bigger lens for a 1". Sony's are pretty small and very high quality. I don't see why Fuji can't do this.
Markol: This is going to be a hard sell, even for Fuji
I would buy it but not for what they are asking now. Maybe like $300
I kinda like it but not at current price tho.
Sdaniella: Zeiss:f=8.8mm-25.7 mm zoomad=f/1.8-f/2.8=8.8/1.8-25.7/2.8=4.9mm-9.2mm diameter apertures
FF(x2.727):Eq.FoV=24mm-70mmf-stop=FoV/ad=24/4.9-70/9.2:=24mm-70mm f4.9-f7.6 Eq.DoF+FoV
I love Sony!
Sony is always giving you what you want. Don't hate y'all.
siquijor: What would you recommend for an underwater camera. The Sony DSC-RX 100 or Canon G1 Mark II. Close up details and color would be the primary concern, with speed being a close second. It would be used for marine biology projects and species identification, not just tourist shots. But the beauty of the shots would help a lot in preservation and promotion.
The new Sony Rx100 iii's color is better to my eye compared to previous versions.
Luke 65: To those who don't like the sample images: i understand that these are shot to be samples and show what the camera can do technically in different light / circumstances, but the problem is that most of the pics are unbelievably uninteresting. And don't put the blame on DP Review as it's almost always the case with most of the others sites doing reviews.I've never understood why they can't shoot interesting shots in addition and at the same time they do technical samples shots. I have a theory that all these guys who are specialist technically speaking don't have artistic skills. Who cares that the shot is perfect technically speaking, sharp in all corners, etc, if nothing is "happening" in the picture. Even if you never shoot portraits and only landscaoe, a case in which i can agree that the technical aspect is even more important, there must be something interesting happening in the picture, whether it's the beauty of the frame which transcend the landscape, etc...
U can say that again one of the very few times I have seen decent samples on Dpreview.
why are you comparing it to FF? it's not a FF camera and shouldn't be thought as such but as an everyday companion.
I think Sony has finally caught up with color looks really good.
Michael Ma: I wonder how much longer are they gonna keep milking full frame at over $1k.
won't be long rumor has it they are going to announce a really cheap FF.
I have an HTC the just turn off by itself I won't be buying one again.
vittorionava: I spent some time comparing the images and I do not find any superiority of the Fuji... On the contrary! I can still read the words on the red brush in the lower right corner even at very high sensitivity... Just try and see...
XT-1 and EM-10 are very close. The colors are pretty close and but the EM-10 is sharper at all ISO's. X-T1 images look like Fuji processed them to remove noise and maybe added fine grain that is why they look so soft and require lots of work to get right.
itsastickup: No bokeh no buy.
You have to pay a bomb to get anywhere near the bokeh of an APS-C 35/1.8.
m4/3 is fine for many purposes, but without affordable bokeh it's off many of our radars.
That 25/1.2 should be a maximum $200.
Who are they kidding. Grow up, Olympus. Get some cojones and do what you know you have to do.
you want bokeh go full frame not APS-C... Show me the bokeh!!