A living legend!
-_-" the number 1 and v2 on the camera are extremely distracting and ugly beyond comprehension...
engadget just posted their sample photos of A99 and to my surprise... how come the tech geek website can do a better/ more interesting photos than dpreview.. this is beyond my comprehension...http://www.engadget.com/2012/10/11/sony-alpha-a99-dslr-sample-shots/
I'd prefer a Nimbus 2000
tkbslc: "In the field of digital cameras, we will seek to achieve collaboration in a manner that further improves the competitiveness of the two companies."
Considering that NEX and m4/3 directly compete, I wonder what that means.
“The two companies also aim to enhance their competitiveness, primarily in the area of compact digital cameras, by exploring opportunities for mutually beneficial transactions and collaboration between their respective camera businesses, including the supply of Olympus technologies such as camera lenses and mirror cells to Sony, and the provision of Sony image sensors to Olympus.”
Olympus makes lenses for Sony, Sony makes sensors for Olympus. win win.
The birth of SONYMPUS
Surprised to see Canon's decision to make 24mm and 28mm prime with IS too. Perhaps they intended for those who would mount these lens on cropped sensors?
Nice strategy from Sony side to sell this sensor to Nikon. Remember how some people have been bitching about 24MP sensors being too dense and that Nikon & Canon know better about cameras, etc.
Not only Sony makes some big $$$ selling the sensors to Nikon, this breaks the barrier and shuts the mouths of those fanboys. Now Nikon is leading Sony in higher mega pixel full frame. Nobody would complain anymore about 24MP being too high in A850, A900, A77, A65. We can point finger to Nikon D800. And when Sony come out with their own 36 MP full frame machine next year, no troll would have an excuse to bitch about this LOL.