The gold coating of the visors is to hide the fact they are the lizard people, and the Illuminati mandated the triangular windows in the craft.
Francis Carver: Just buy a camera -- and lenses matching it in the first place. Simple, really. That'll put Metabones and all other gizmo-makers out of business, and do so rather quickly, I would surmise.
What's the point of putting them out of business again?
Looks like Operation Jade Helm 15 was successful in intimidating Sony to bend toward the masses.
rishikol: One thing is for sure... Sony is serious about taking No. 1 spot in professional photography. With Canon and Nikon equally aggressive it is good time for the customer!
There is so, so much more to professional photography than sports photography.
wictred: nice, if they continue at this pace then you can buy a different camera body for every FE lens in the lineup :)
You must be new to Sony.
SmilerGrogan: Terrifying that Sony is using biblical language to describe their camera capabilities.And I don't care one whit about high ISO, in fact, I'm always trying to get lower ISO so I don't have to use ND filters outdoors. I would gladly trade ISO 409,600 for a camera that shoots at ISO 2.
I am more interested in global shutter for still images, and native high speed flash syncing, ala 2005 Nikon D70.
Edgar_in_Indy: Do they make a version that doesn't say "Kodak" on the side?
Brasso can remove that tampo printing.
Retzius: I applaud the technological advancements but this is really more of a matter of taking poorly composed photos in harsh mid-day light.
God forbid a photo be taken in poor lighting! I am not sure what composition has to do with it, but whatever. Who cares if it rescues images from unskilled craftsmen while on vacation to a foreign country while on a bus with little control over timing or weather.
Or perhaps it can be applied to scientific or security applications where there are variable outside the control of any modern equipment.
What this does is threaten the pride of those who can take a reasonably well exposed image on current technology (though perhaps not on yesterdays technology).
antares103: If the Nikon D5500 won consumer DSLR, how did Canon "sweep" the DSLR categories.
The point of sweeping is to make clean. If the sweep is not a clean sweep, the meaning is lost and doesn't make any sense.
sweepswēp/Submitverb NORTH AMERICANan instance of winning every event, award, or place in a contest."a World Series sweep"
If the Nikon D5500 won consumer DSLR, how did Canon "sweep" the DSLR categories.
halc: I'm sure I'm not the only Note owner who is disappointed:
- small, non-replaceable battery- no SD-card (I shoot a lot of video/photos and already have lots of medi on my phone with 32GB+128GB 95% full)- very modest changes in the cam department
To me it's like Note4+ with a pretty cover.
The battery is about 10% smaller in capacity, but I would hope Samsung has made it 10% better in efficiency. I hate the fact is it non replaceable, which makes the phone disposable in a few years. I hope this phone is disastrous for them, and they learn from it. I can live without a removable memory card, though I like having one. Not sure why they cannot have a large memory capacity to compensate.
nandbytes: "Sony Alpha, Sony FE" - by which I take it you guys mean Sony a-mount and Sony e-mount. There is no "Sony Alpha" mount as both a-mount and e-mount bodies are Sony Aplhas. There is also no FE mount that is just a lens designation (by Sony) for FF e-mount lenses (much like how they use 'DT' for APS-C a-mount lenses).
The A mount likely stems from the fact the mount was the Alpha mount for Minolta, years before Konica and decades before SONY. Whether or not it is an official name for SONY, the mount has historically been known as the Alpha mount, and is probably ingrained in supply chain of some of the 3rd party mfgs (though not this one).
GSD_ZA: I prefer to put my lens-caps on my lenses
Yeah, but that is a long shutter speed to make up for that kind of density.
bluevellet: Eradicate is such a strong word. The example presented show reflections are still quite visible, just less so than before.
They said "aims to" eradicate, not "does" eradicate. The technology has not been releases to the masses, so there is probably more work they intend to do.
princecody: What's the point of this camera when you have the Nikon D810 & Sony A7r? Is Canon just saying mine is bigger than yours?
A capable camera is more than just the number of pixels on a sensor.
More resolution from the largest stable of lenses?..maybe? These lenses don't fit Nikon, and adapting to Sony is not really an option. There is more to camera systems than the body. The same could have been said about Nikon and Sony (or Minolta) as the first camera to reach 16MP was a Canon D1 something or other, i do believe.
Michael MacGillivray: It escapes me as to why DP Review offers a review -- "first impressions", or otherwise, on a BETA version of a new camera. I'd suggest waiting until you have the real deal, before providing information that may only be "representative".
I would wager if Canon thought there would be any significant change in IQ, they would not have provided DP review with a review copy that may not represent their newest camera accurately. if DPreview waited, they would be beaten to the punch by other reviewers testing the same thing, and any or may not be disclosing it. All the while random posters complain about the lack of coverage for said camera.
antares103: The Note 4 is the latest iteration of Samsung's top-end line of so-called 'phablets'
and yet, it still doesnt support DNG on Lollipop.
The point is it CAN*, but it doesn't. I know iPhones can't either, but I don't consider iPhones an aspiration device. Still prefer my phone over any other, but quite dissapointed in this.
(*caps added for emphasis. I know the word CAN is not an acronym)