That is Beautiful!
Well it fits right in with the camera's design, that's for sure.
First: other than the bicycle that it was carried to the Postal office in, what did he expect to find? Second: With all the postal restrictions, is this even legal? The workers inside the postal office did not agree to be photographed. Third: What did he expect to see? A day in the life of a package! Too much time on his hands!
It looks like things are really coming together now!!
It took me this long to thoroughly misunderstand the old system, now I have to start all over again?
I Can't believe how many new and different cameras are available! in 40+ years in Photography, the market has never looked this crowded. Who can complain, there's got to be something available for just about anyone's idea of the perfect camera. Even better, soon the prices will drop, when they realize if they don't sell this stock, they're going to get stuck with it. I like it! ... Joe Prete
Does the D600 have an APTINA sensor?
They've come a long way from my first Hasselblad that had directions in the manual that read "if the camera is accidently dropped into salt water, rinse it a few times in a bucket of fresh water, then place in an oven on low heat temperature for several hours until completely dry before returning the camera to regular use" It never mentioned what to do with the lens, but my first thought was "wow rugged camera" I wonder what Victor would say about this one!
Even Moti can't miss this Viewfinder! You couldn't ask for a more ergonomic Hasselblad. This looks like the best Blad ever made! And JPEGS too!
I think we've come to expect more from dpreview
Nothing special here.
Nothing much to judge by, what was the iso? This seems senseless!
Why Did NIKON put USB 3.0 ON D800 and USB 2.0 on D4. Also, the D4 has an ETHERNET PORT but why? NIKON seems confused as to what it's for! The camera is 802.11b,g & n compatible, but that is not what the ethernet port is for. The WT-5 transmitter adds $1,000.00 to the D4. They weren't very forthcoming with that information either. They don't say if the WT-4 unit is backward compatible as that would have been quite a cost saving measure. And as far as uploading your images without a computer, sure you can with the Transmitter and an IPHONE. By the way, IPHONE can upload it's own photos as well, and has been for some time now. Making the camera "WI-FI" CARD compatible would have cut the cost. One other thing-NIKON says since they are a Global company, they may be built in any of the NIKON plants. That may be fine until the FIRMWARE UPDATES need to be done, that will be done by serial number & BUILT-IN PLANT And by the way, this is no "fire sale" there's no reason to rush. .. JOE PRETE
Just when I started getting comfortable with the SB900's. I really think they had to start putting out some new products. With everyone else in the news maybe they don't want to feel left out. ... Joe Prete
Seagull TLR: Fujifilm X-S1 Ower's Manual
Spidermoon, You're right about the instruction manual. It's a big advantage to see it first, it's well laid out, clear and easy to understand, even for newcomers. It even gives a simple explanation of histograms. Their video is short but it's excellent! I don't think any of us would resist, if someone put this camera in your hands and said "here, check this out". Yes it's a little strange, but I think this camera will have a following and I bet it will sell very well. Fuji is alive and well without film!
olakiril2: 920g for a 2/3"!Ok with a lens but still..
Love it, or hate it, but look at the response, and this is just in one day! I don't know much about the camera yet, but FUJI knows how to make news that's for sure!
Spell check works for me. It underlines the word in red if it's not spelled right. Only while typing though. It's a Mac, I don't think that would matter. It just appeared on my last name. ... Joe Prete
A case of too little, too late? more than that, it's a copycat, and a very bad one at that. 2 weeks ago members were debating sensor size, and they argued with me to no end.. Well I hope they're happy. As for the members, I said, they are not photographers, they are NIKONERS, that's all they cared about. And For NIKON to even admit that they spent 4 years on this. It appears they don't even know what direction they are going. With this attempt at a small body, large lens, oblong, unbalanced (the camera too, not just NIKON) with Mark Ellwood doing their Podcasts (you have to hear it to believe it) I am so sorry I switched in 85 because now with 10k in glass and another 5-6k on accessories what do I do? Nikon will get what it deserves. They've made custiomers into enemies, who were expecting a more refined full frame. Just look at the competition. Anyone who buys a coolpix with exchangeable lenses gets what they deserved. This is disgraceful, completely DISAPPOINTING!!! ...Joe Prete
My complements to dpreview for another fine job, showing exactly what this is. These cameras are coolpix with optional lenses. Nikon seems to be in a battle with itself while this camera goes in opposite directions at the same time. They want a small body that you have to put oversized lenses on. It seems like there is no correct way to hold it and it just won't balance like anything we've used before. I can't believe they've been working on this for four (4) years! I really hope they have something ready for people that need a conventional camera because the competition is growing by the day, (even with companies merging), that should have motivated them, they've sold us an awful lot of good (read expensive) quality glass and if they are planning on moving out, I hope the mount will survive to be paired up with an adequate DSLR body manufacturer. This could have been done in four months, not years. My patience are waring thin. This is extremely disappointing!! ... Joe Prete