mpgxsvcd: What are we all complaining about? Just 6 years ago we had pathetic burst rates, 12 Megapixels was the Max instead of the min available, Video was non existent, Quiet shutters were almost unheard of, Auto Focus was only slightly better than manual focus, and the cameras cost more than they do today.
If you can't take great pictures and videos with the latest cameras then you really can't blame the camera anymore.
You forgot 2 AF ON buttons, 14 flash card slots and a nano mini drone landing pad.
sharkcookie: Hilarious! The comments made my day! Thanks everyone! :)
Looks like mummies shopping bag. I really like these handles they look cool and make one look like a bag snatcher.
deserthawk742: My Pentax K3 with the 3 classic limited lenses will easily beat all of the other cameras in this round up!
@RichRMA. That's the exact reason I switched from Nikon to Pentax and with my 5 ltd. primes I feel contend and don't miss Nikon for a minute.The D7100 is simply no match in many ways. IBIS with these sweet primes is something neither Nikon or Canon can offer.
nowo1978: This is a joke, right? The honorable mention goes to the Sony camera you haven't even finished testing and not the Pentax K-3?
Have anything substantial to say? Or just mentally farting?
buckaroo1947: I used to trust DPREVIEW, but not so much anymore. Going around the web and seeing what other reviewers have to say (which for the most part, most are in agreement with similar findings) then you see DPREVIEW out in left field and seems to be favoring one brand over another. In my opinion with Consumer DSLR the K-3 rules and that is supported by many other reviewers... And if you don't want to dish out the bucks then the K-50 rules within its price range and even several more expensive popular brands.. A lot of people buy by popularity. That is ok. My personal camera (I have 6) but only one DSLR which is a K-50 with 18-55mm, 50-200mm, 28-80mm, 28-200mm, 50mm f/1.4 prime - And I am still under $700... Does what I want it to do and that is the name of the game so to speak... I'll leave the pixel peeking to the "pixel peepers" while I am out taking pictures having fun creating my own creations. I will leave counting resolution lines on a computer to someone else...
Well, Nikon's marketing strategies did not work on me. They stuffed up their high end APSC line up and lost me for Pentax and I don't miss them at all. Canon & Nikon are asleep at the wheel. They do what they always did. ITERATE & CRIPPLE to cover their other product lines. The other makers maybe smaller right now but they do INVENT new technologies and are just about to make Canon and Nikon look stale and 'yesterday'. I have been with Nikon for 25 years and I left them because they don't make a compelling camera for me. The Samsung NX1 is another system I'll watch closely now. Quite a compelling case for me.
What 'hoops' are You talking about?
Gazeomon: K3 is my favourite dlsr at this point, especially paired with ltd. pentax primes. It's a compact high quality kit I can take anywhere. Made me forget all my Nikon stuff.
@ armandino. I do respect Your opinion about the ergonomics of the K3 but You are the first and only person I came across who did not like the handling of the K3. I had a similar experience with the Olympus OMD 5.
K3 is my favourite dlsr at this point, especially paired with ltd. pentax primes. It's a compact high quality kit I can take anywhere. Made me forget all my Nikon stuff.
These video reviews are very good and helpful. Please keep them on Your menu. Thanks.
Another 'Hasselbladed' show toy for the discerning coffee shop style nazi.
chippedoff: I am rather disappointed in the k-3. i recently did a side by side test with identical manual and full auto settings between the k-3 and the Nikon d3300. The D3300 did so much better as far as sharpness and good colour. I can't justify the price of the K-3 even if it's weather sealed and the fact that my k-30 takes better photos under certain conditions. For apparently not having a low pass filter the k-3 images have a haze.
Yes, total garbage!! You need visual counselling!
Gazeomon: I feel sorry for that great sensor imprisoned in some tarty dolled up retro junk.
Well I'll run circles around this misconstrued piece of dysfunctional ugliness and try not to touch it while I am very happy with my current camera.
I feel sorry for that great sensor imprisoned in some tarty dolled up retro junk.
Jogger: This has the right amount of gold.. although, not sure about the eyelets, that is going to get worn down quickly.
This ugly 'clunker' is not designed to be used.
ZoranHR: I'm not "gold kind of guy" and I wouldn't like to have it. Still, I must admit it looks really good! I would even dare to say this gold version makes more sense than the original.
I can't belive what I m saying... ;-)
The gold on that Nikon turd reminds me on Hasselblads desperate style shockers.
Marty4650: This might be useful if it could deliver a few small missiles.
You could get a great portrait of the target's last expression. The NSA might order thousands of them.
I Think they already have them and now picking out victims.
justmeMN: Technical merit aside, in the US, Samsung has a brand problem. $2,799.00 for an off-brand camera? Good luck with that.
I usually buy quality camera gear not the image of an established brand name.
Can You touch this 'thing' without getting sticky fingers? Great for weddings, looks like a piece of wedding cake.