the viewfinder is amazing but do to the lack of good primes or vast selection of lens i will stick with the micro 4/3rds. But still congrats on the well reviewed camera and ratings.
Nate21: I love the articles i have been shooting for about 5 yrs and i learn new information with the articles posted i was wondering has/will there be an article about editing and understanding RAW formats. I personally don't shoot in RAW and i don't spend to much time in workflow either
I already know of that thanks for the information if a camera has Raw capabilities shot both simultaneously RAW shooting is idea if selling Pictures somewhat the foundation of Film for overall detail and preference while JPEG attempts to correct the image.
I love the articles i have been shooting for about 5 yrs and i learn new information with the articles posted i was wondering has/will there be an article about editing and understanding RAW formats. I personally don't shoot in RAW and i don't spend to much time in workflow either
M Lammerse: Thanks for the review
I own a R3000 myself. I agree with most part of this review and I will make an own review after I used it for about a year. When mentioning the cost of this printer. It's not a low priced printer at all, but that is not so much the point in this part of the market. The point is the ink price. When they would lower the price of their ink by half it would drag a lot of people over the line to go from high quality digital lab printing to that of own home brewing.
As an epson user i own the r340,workforce 550, nx 115 and nx 415 i find using generic to work very well just a thou
im sorry to say but it looks very ugly
sminfra: i have purchased sony dsc hx100v digital camera with 30x zoom and 16 mp, now i have noticed sony a290y with 2 lens camera, is my camera 100v is better then a290y, my use is not too much.........pl suggest
as some who shoots with the fujifilm hs10 30x zoom and arsenal of film equipment each has its pros & cons you will figure out each camera shines in each application.
happypoppeye: Its an "L"...
wow seems somewhat overpriced and under preforming version Canon top tier "L" glass. It will be somewhat of a disappointing attempt such a small aperture on the tele-side damn shame. Sigma needs to produce lens for the MILC systems since there hot topic right now.
very interesting hope jvc enters the ring swinging
It would be nice if Olympus and Pentax would approach the new semiconductor for their cameras
wow it seems Nikon will have number 1 sales when fourth quarter hits for retail stores
thank you for sharing its greatly appreciated
very formal article
thanks for the information dpreview.com very formal information and well laid out article
thank you for this i could final mount the olympus 300mm f4.5 on the pen
Prognathous: Great. m43 now has 3 (yes, three) fish-eye lenses. It makes so much more sense than to introduce an inexpensive 50/1.8 lens like the ones sold by Nikon, Canon and Sony. After all, what would you possibly do with such a lens on a x2 crop system like m43? A fast 100mm-equiv lens? Useless!
there is also the Russian Peleng 8mm sold on ebay as well
i think Prognathous is also counting the olympus fish-eye adapter that fits on to the 14-42 mk2
nope it doesn't many samyang lens wouldn't support autofocus
awesome this is a great lens addition for the micro 4/3rd system i was going to purchase another fisheye lens but samyang optics have been pretty good since its introduction. While other companies have been delaying new lens road maps im happy to hear that a company is introducing lens to fill the system.
i hope all future models get the same treatment gives photographer what to expect and it helps give some details about the cameras unfortunately cnet does a very horrible job at this.
thanks for sharing Oly always had the most durable cameras IMHO and pentax as a close 2nd