Ian J G: Just in terms of materials I wonder how much it would cost to print something like that? I mean when you already have the design.
This seems to be a "proof of principle" experiment....Question: Can we make a film camera with a 3D printer.Answer: Yes.
No other factors like cost effectiveness have been taken into account.
I wonder how far off they are from comercial development
SammyToronto: Is it edible too?
haha funny :DOrganic means carbon-hydrogen based, eg benzene is also organic (one for the science geeks)
Funny, I was about to make a comment in the forums on how there haven't been any new lens reviews lately and then I read this :)Nice. Looking forward to its return.
The deadline is listed as 11:59:59pm PT. What's PT -which country? DPReview has an international audience, wouldn't it be easier to list at deadline time in GMT?
tkpenalty: Love all the spec-sheet warriors here, because totally, having a max sensitivity of ISO1600 means that the camera is worse than a D800.
Okay sure, it is very expensive and maybe a bit overpriced. But seriously? Comparing it to a D800?
Agree with tkpenaltyIf megapixels and apparent max iso is all people are worried about then the nokia purview might be the camera/phone they want.This Leica might have a riduculously high price but they are aiming for a niche professional market. Leica wouldn't be making many of them so they would be limited in how low they can sell them for to recover costs and make a profit.
Yanko Kitanov: Will it do for posting shots on facebook?
instagram maybe :p