cam2013: Canon is making people fool for using same sensor year after year after year and then gives name from t2i to future t36i.the only change is name and the only unchanged part is sesnor.same is true for power shot s95 to powershot s120.no change in sensor.nice way to fool people by selling same crap over and over with high price.
Yeah, Nikon would never do that....12mp, 12mp, 12mp for how many years?
When will DXO support the kit lens (16-50mm) for the NEX-6? Seems odd that all the other E lenses are supported, but not the lens that 95% of users get with the camera. Any ETA on this lens support?
Any chance of support for Canon's SRAW?
I just downloaded 8.1 to get the support for NEX-6, and the support for the lens that comes with the camera, the 16-50mm, is NOT THERE!! Every other E mount is there, except the one that comes standard - why? We don't need the 18-55mm with the NEX-6 ! When are you going to fix it?
Why is it every review Westlake does of a Canon product, he belittles and then tells you how great the Nikon version is. Why don't you peddle this stuff at the Nikonians.
I will use this body as a backup for my 5D3's, and it will serve well in my wedding biz, I am sure. I haven't used anything but the center focus point for years now, and it works out just fine. The WiFI is a great feature, as is the -3 EV. Considering that the camera is not out yet, Westlake sounds like just another Nikon fanboy, and he will criticize it no matter what. Who cares what he thinks.
R N: They both look good. Just want to point out that in the two shots
the D800 shows moire in the building top above and to the left of Pier 17... and even moire distracting, moire in the water that shows up as color splotches. Very interesting and informative video comparison.
avoid moire?? good luck.
I was thinking of pickup a D800 body for my wedding biz, but frankly the high ISO performance stinks, what a disappointment. The 5DIII is far better for weddings......