K-1 slightly worse than D810 in normal mode (yes, that's the one we will use most, not having stationary subjects and a tripod with us all the time) 100 ISO RAW, slightly better in pixel shift mode. That would be the older 36MP sensor, and not having Nikon's pipeline wizardry.
WOW! I'm so impressed.
"I wasn't aware this is a Pentax fanboys thread only."For sure this is not a place for nikon fanboys!!
I won't buy this camera but it's good to have one more option!
bereninga: How come no one complains that this doesn't have 4K yet everyone gets on Canon's case about it? Anyway, glad to see another FF option out there. This is one of the top qualifiers for an economic FF body. However, I'm not familiar w/ the lens options.
take a look here
Seumas: I would like to thank dpreview for spending so much attention to the K1but i just wonder what about the 50mm f2 in the picture about the use of vintage lenses?
the most common 50mm MF is the f1.7 version, another common and appreciated 50mm 's the f1.4 version.. So why did you choose (and maybe use?) the cheapest f.2 version?
some were better than others :)
I would like to thank dpreview for spending so much attention to the K1but i just wonder what about the 50mm f2 in the picture about the use of vintage lenses?
five5pho: that looks like a great camera for sure. Too bad it does not take my canon glass :)
well, then sell everything and join the dark side! ;)
RichRMA: Looking at the high ISO samples and test images, it's clear that 24MP is pretty much the limit for an APS sensor. They should probably stop at this point and wait for the technology to catch up a bit.
@iudex you are totally right : d7100 is probably the best actually ... but not alone! togheter with the k5IIs!! ;)
pretty easy in this way!you are comparing high iso from an old camera (canon 7d is from 2009) with this newer nikon!there 's a 4 years distance between those two models which in hi-tech evolution it's a lot!
George Veltchev: The name K-5 II sounds suspiciously close to 5D MarkII at least ...and why not, this can be a good starting point for the new camera ;)
or like pentax 67 II which is a little better, for what I can remember ;)