Seems like fuji is going to supply the rest of its cameras with the same sensor. It reminds the 18mp aps-c canon :)
Oh! Appears to be Nikon also has customer support. Interesting, good to know after 'dark spots' on D600
JKP: I have been looking for an affordable WA lens for Canon EOS 6D, and it looks like Samyang 14mm f/2.8 IF ED UMC Aspherical would be a good deal. At about 250€ (inc VAT) the sharpness/price ratio is excellent, as again shown also with Nikon D800E body by DxO.
The DxO tested it also on 6D, although I am convinced their Canon copy was sub-par, as the same lens on d600 shines.I have one and I really enjoy it, a great lens. MF is sometimes limiting, but just putting f8 and near inf works as quick setup.
EdBov: It was 86% minus 3% because of us laughing about DPR.......:-)
A 83% score is unbelievable and they cannot mean this score to be "serious". The more I believe that Nikon, Olympus and Fuji are paying better than Ricoh (who do not pay for getting good or just even better reviews).
Even the Canon 7D (about 4 years older) has a score of 84%.
Goodbye DPR!. There was once a time I took you serious ................
Canon 7d is quite demanded camera up till now, let's wait 3 more years, and then we'll see what happens with k-3. If the k-3 have been announced in 2010, it should have got more than 7d, I agree. But my point is that time mqtters
Amazing results. If I am not mistaken, equivalent FF with pixel size should be around 42mp. I want an FF 40 mp with this kind of low light performance.
Is this an out of camera jpeg?
Yeah, and new Canon WTF with 2MP sensor is also released+ Nikon answered it with D400F medium format pocketable camera, which can use human eyes as lens, reading the data from any possible socket that can fit optional P adapter.
что такая igla? :)
Gold? Come on guys, nothing is changed within a year and so, but your ranking still is gold!For instance, the same kind of changes has been made from T2i to T3I (even more substantial), but the first received gold, the second one silver, which is logical.Would you give a gold star another t2i announced this year, say t5? I don't think so(even considering price category change).So it will be logical to change either d610 to silver, or give no award, saying D610 is a continuation of D600 with fixed bags.Secondly, your comparing tool at the conclusions page is totally irrelevant. Comparing D600 vs D610 nothing changes substantially, besides the value row. How will you explain me the fact that D610 received gold award, nothing has changed upon D600 to the worse, but it is half the value(even the announced price,maybe by 100$, but they have been fairly similarly priced when announced)?
aramgrg: With such costs, why haven't they bought(or at least rented) D800E, I think the difference would have been visible!
Yeah, but with the same effort ,D800 would have delivered 1.7 times more resolution, which means more detail.
With such costs, why haven't they bought(or at least rented) D800E, I think the difference would have been visible!
Well, it's too late, I have already bought 6d :)
Wow , the cover music is Armenian duduk!
You mean T2i?
I am a Canon shooter(also Olympus), but this roundup definitely wins D7100, for best quality available. The only things I do not like are oddly positioned buttons (Nikon users may argue the opposite) and live view mode(objectively). Also, to me , images from Nikon look softer(talking about RAW), otherwise one can find plenty of reasons to go with D7100. To me the 24mp Toshiba sensor is the only one.