I guess I just don't know what a good photo is. I find the winning photo mildly pleasant. But if I had shot it, I'm not sure I would have even kept it. Kudos to the winner though, surely a great honor.
Pretty nice for 6400. Wow.
HiRez: Meh. It looks nice, I'm sure it's an excellent camera. That said, it doesn't seem like much of a leap over the D3. If you need HD video, that's obviously a big deal, and we'll have to see if there's been some major leap in ISO performance. But it doesn't seem like they did anything really innovative here (like X100 hybrid VF type thing). And why did they get rid of the AE-L/AF-L button?
I guess we now know what to expect of the D800: evolutionary changes. Probably same sensor as D4, with HD video, maybe 6 fps, and not much else different. Hopefully priced at $2,500 or so, but more likely $3,000.
RE: the AE-L/AF-L button. I wondered about this, too. My guess is that the capability is still there somewhere. Anyone know what that joystick-looking button at top right corner of the display does? Perhaps that can be assigned to be AE-L/AF-L on press?
Edit: Hmm... there is another at the lower right corner...are these joysticks?
pjsalty: What is the function of the projector? To project images onto a wall or screen?
Is anyone really going to blow a bunch of cash on accessories for a camera with a 1" sensor? I'll be very interested to hear what the iq is before I leave my m4/3 cameras.
Looks like it has focus button independent of shutter release - good.Thom says PASM resides in the menus - fine, I don't switch a lot while shooting.I'll be very interested to find out if the EVH on the V1 is decent - is 1.2M dots competitive with other EVHs?Very curious about the shutter delay - my LX5 is too slow. I want something under 100ms.A lot of negative, mocking replies. It's not what I would have chosen exactly, but I'm not sure it is as bad as these posts would imply. I'm still curious to find out more...