EOS-M page only listed version 3?
white shadow: DPR seem to have left out the Lumix GF6 which is actually quite a good bang for the money and a great entry level mirrorless camera. I would certainly buy one if I am buying my first camera.
I am including the GF6 because it is still currently available. There is no replacement yet.
DPR is selling new. Otherwise, the Olympus PM2 would similarly be a great choice and value.
Best value: Samsung NX3000Most interesting/neat: Samsung NX Mini
Silver-OK.Good at what it intends to be.However, could aspire to more.
I am sure that Leica will do right by its customers.
ozturert: Yes there are some drawbacks of small body design, on the other hand for my usage the only negative thing is the price. Otherwise, it's a brilliant little camera. Very fast, WiFi, EVF (small but sharp), good image quality. This is not for everyone, definitely.
I see where the OEMs are going and I laud Panasonic for small + EVF. But I don't think the premium pricing for these smaller cameras without mirror, OVF, etc. will prevail. I don't think at this stage of camera development that we should have to pay more for miniaturization. This is the Nikon 1 school of pricing. Time will tell.
Smaller sensor. Smaller, less complicated camera than DSLR. $500 would be appropriate.
Kardashian family just made a bulk order!
Well-done, Barney and guest and team. Calm and thorough.
Good choices. Shows how lean the DSLR market place is.
amit patnaik: they published without testing the Sony and Canon? Nikon paid them.
Read 7. Which enthusiast dslr should I buy?
I respect the intent of DPR folks. You need to rethink and streamline the review process; not belabor it and trickle out parts so the camera can be sold by GearShop. How do other less substantial sites with much fewer resources do it?
Gesture: That's a Silver Award winner. But Samsung NX owners enjoy great value.
Sorry, meant to say I believe it should have been a Silver Award winner; emulates with a different sensor size what Panasonic is doing in making cameras good + compact.
What do you use to shoot the video?
That's a Silver Award winner. But Samsung NX owners enjoy great value.
It's almost incredible in modern times that this could be conceived and presented as a product.
Makes sense. Hope they keep a "value" model in the lineup.
Gesture: I have more respect for the company that licensed the Kodak name and is sourcing really good, affordable models of contemporary formats like the power zoom or micro four-thirds cameras. Check out the Kodak Forum for examples of Kodak devotees using the new licensed name models.
Yup. Look how much alike how the OEM point and shoot cameras are.
At least, when Leica rebadges a Panasonic model, it does so tastefully and adds value with its warranty service. I still wish Leica would say "co-developed with Panasonic," instead of pretending these are Leica cameras, as I have seen on videos with Leica marketing people.