oselimg: A camera (K3) never revieved by Dpreview wins it. Isn't this a proof that people don't refer to this site when buying a camera or at least a DSLR? Can infantile trollheads and gearheads take some lessons from this phenomenon and finally grow up or is it a wishful thinking?
Finally give advice on DPReview in taking care always to provide full-text articles in the same way (which today are many and interesting) on each new camera in order to give more and more possible information to its users for help them in their search. This is just my humble opinion that can be shared or not.
I do not believe that there is a site that can be a point of reference for purchases but instead there are many sites ( DPReview is one of them) that can help in the search for characteristics of cameras more suited to our needs . Finally regarding the survey am convinced that the readers of DPReview (I'm one of them) have only voted their favorite product and that does not mean that they have or will buy the reflex that they have voted . I voted for Pentax K3 but I use Nikon . My vote is just a personal opinion based on many reviews I have read and express only my personal opinion on a camera that I really admire for its features. I am an admirer of Pentax camera because I know some friends who use Pentax and I got to try Pentax products . They are great machines .
I think this . I consider DPReview a great site about the world of photography ( definitely among the best ), but certainly not the only one where I read reviews on photography. I read many sites. Much reviews do see better and create a opinion certainly less biased. After this if I have to buy a camera , after reading the book reviews , I try to touch the camera in my hands and if possible do some testing . Only then I can make a final decision .
itchhh: Still shooting with a D90 and still no firmware updates ;)
Same thing .... I think the D90 is the only camera that has never had updates (firmware) ... perfect from birth! ;-)
Fantastic job Mr Alexey Kljatov! My most sincere congratulations! One of the articles of macro photography the most beautiful I've seen on web. You are a genius. With admiration .... Luke
MrSkelter: I am still surprised at this. Does Sigma not have an official license to Nikon's lens communication protocol? Even if not and it's reverse engineered why would the Df break compatibility?
What am I missing here...?
This news comes to me new. I use for my Nikon D90 lens Tamron 17-50/2.8 and 70-200/2.8 and I've never had any problems ......
Donnie G: No surprises here. Canon is wisely selling the camera in Japan and Asia only, since those are the only places where mirrorless compact system cameras have had any kind of sales success. Unlike the competition, Canon doesn't have to throw money and resources away panning for gold in an unproven and unreliable revenue stream. If the EOS M cameras ever turn a significant profit for the company, then there will be incentive for major development of that system. Until then, it's just makes sense to stick with what works for the overwhelming majority of camera buyers on the planet, and that's DSLRs.
In fact, while the European market has lost about 41% of sales, the same market in Japan has increased by 6% with SLRs which grew by 37%, the compact system by 21% while those with fixed optics lose 23%. It should be noted that the percentage of CSC on reflex decreased to 37% compared to 40% last year. In Europe, however, the reflex lose 21%, but a more dangerous CSC fall 30%.
LukeLT63: I do not understand why Tamron does not produce more new lens for Pentax. I wish I knew ....I'm sorry for my friends that use Pentax!
The first answer is correct (Look at the market share of pentax.). I've had confirmation from Pentax users who are informed at the same Tamron.
rtogog: Oh, no Pentax mount.....Amen.
I'm sorry for my friends Pentax! :-(
I do not understand why Tamron does not produce more new lens for Pentax. I wish I knew ....I'm sorry for my friends that use Pentax!
rockjano: Will it be better than the Sigma 150-500? (which is not bad for what it is and how much it cost) 500-600mm difference is not huge...
It depends on the camera body. Considering the factor of the APS-C the comparison becomes:Sigma 150-500mm Full Frame = 150-500mmSigma 150-500mm APS-C = 225-750Tamron 150-600mm Full Frame = 150-600mmTamron 150-600mm APS-C = 225-900Difference: Sigma-Tamron Full Frame = 100mmDifference: Sigma-Tamron APS-C = 150mm...and 150mm...it's not so few, I suppose.However interesting lens remains to be seen the price for a better comparison.
LukeLT63: I think the choice not to mount sensors with more megapixels as in D600 and D800 is due to the fact that this machine was also created to mount optics very old , that the higher density sensors will really make and effort to be unsuitable. In this I think it is good choice to mount the sensor of the D4.....although I would like to know how many still use optical pre Ai. Certainly not a machine for sport , hunting or photographic studio . I see it impractical even for a journalist or those who report to the types of commands is unsuitable for those who do not have much time to lose. A camera body only suitable for reportage and travel. The price is definitely negative. Spend $ 2,747 for a camera that is not suitable for sports, cf, study it seems a bit ' too limiting especially when you consider the price and performance of the D600/610 ( 1997/1730 dollars).
If not for appearance in retro style where is the innovation ? It seems to me that Nikon took a piece of all the latest digital cameras and edited together .However, to prospective buyers the final judgment after having tried it in the field. Nikon has done it but is not required to take it.I continue to put money aside ..... maybe for a D610 or D800.
I think the choice not to mount sensors with more megapixels as in D600 and D800 is due to the fact that this machine was also created to mount optics very old , that the higher density sensors will really make and effort to be unsuitable. In this I think it is good choice to mount the sensor of the D4.....although I would like to know how many still use optical pre Ai. Certainly not a machine for sport , hunting or photographic studio . I see it impractical even for a journalist or those who report to the types of commands is unsuitable for those who do not have much time to lose. A camera body only suitable for reportage and travel. The price is definitely negative. Spend $ 2,747 for a camera that is not suitable for sports, cf, study it seems a bit ' too limiting especially when you consider the price and performance of the D600/610 ( 1997/1730 dollars).
Chaitanya S: Instead of accepting issues with D600 and provide service to faulty cameras they just release a new camera leaving users of old camera frustrated. Nikon needs to get their act up soon or they will be in trouble.
I agree. This output of the D6010 is a final confirmation of a production of faulty D600. If Nikon wants to prove to those who require serious need to replace the old machine with the new model. It would be unfortunate not to try to compensate those who bought the D600 (and did not spend much).
Thanks to cmantx for the information. I love macro photography but do not know the insects. Thanks for the information of the site where I can look up information.
I do not understand how these items may be of interest in DPR. If the purpose is to talk about every type of photography then why not post articles or reviews on webcam, tablet or any object that makes photos (maybe the clock 007 Agent). :-) As a lover of photography amateur and professional I can only consider articles about real cameras ..... to each his own field.The pictures are the ones that are considering their quality. A snap remember a walk? .... No offense to Stephen Alvarez but if Nokia had called me for the service I would have refused. The gadgets let them packages of potatoes and snacks.Please please please.....sorry sorry sorry
Bellissimo scatto...molto spontaneo il momento della cattura. Complimenti per la vittoria. Saluti.....Luke
A happy and peaceful Christmas to all the staff at dpreview and thanks for all the work you do every year for us lovers of photography. Thanks for your amazing website. Greetings from Italy
A dir poco fantastica! Complimenti! Saluti....Luca
hiro_pro: this would be a great chance for dpreview to do a roundup of the sigma, nikon, canon and now tamron 70-20 vr-vc-is-os lenses
ps. i hope you guys sent tamron a nasty letter for not including a price in their press release
Great idea! An article by dpreview on 70-200 lens Canon - Nikon - Sigma - Tamron ....... I hope that in dpreview take note of this idea before anyone else does...... maybe with photographs comparing.