Nice camera, I'm sure, but the D800 has ruined me for filtered 20MP.
Or, you could just get a Nikon :^)
Much better, thanks!
America has a lot of catching up to do, that's for sure.
PerL: OK - so I tried to make some sensible judgement. I downloaded the ISO 200.000 and ISO 100.000 samples, resized them and added a little USM. These will work fine for many print jobs - low light sports, reportage, news. http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/5339981861/photos/3419727/dsc_0180_iso100-000
In another ten years, Canon might catch up to the D7200.
Excellent interview. Cinematographers are awesome!
Very nice shot that needs the horizon on the right leveled.
Just what the world needs, more blurry water pics!
John _ Finn: What is disappointing about the A6300 (or the A6000) is the (by all accounts) appalling quality of the kit lens. A pity Sony didn't see fit to upgrade it with the release of the A6300. Accordingly, purchasers of the camera will have to shell out significantly more cash to have glass that will do the (amazing) body justice. In the UK at the moment the cheapest body price is £950 and the Zeiss 16-70mm is £590 - £1540 for what is essentially (for most purchasers, I reckon) a camera that will be an adjunct to their main DSLR system. Sorry, that's way too expensive.
The kit lens is fine.
Nice one, Luke!
Wow, just what we need, more blurry water pics!
Really ugly processing on most of these.
No such word as "enthused."
I recommend the Panasonic VX870 for those concerned about 4K video. 20X zoom, great stabilization and autofocus. Fits in a pocket. Of course, you'll need a $2000 plus computer and monitor to edit your footage :^)
A really nice shot, but needs geometry correction. Photoshop Perspective Warp to restore verticals plus Transform>Scale to widen the buildings.
Boundary Warp is a really nice addition.
This lens isn't doing it for me at all.