I have to agree with those who readers who suggest that a comparative review would be more helpful. Camera bags tend to be a tradeoff of sorts--size, price, features,quality of construction, etc. How people order these features is matter of personal taste. The bag is nice So are many others. Why is this bag better than the others?
I like to see how products stack up in comparison.
J2Gphoto: Do I need to read it again or do others? I did not see anything related to Olympus's camera division.
"Sony wants to nurture new businesses, including medical equipment, to increase revenue as it draws back from loss-making televisions."
The medical systems are the jewel in the crown.
The Olympus camara business is a side show. Cash cow?
Hasselblad can say whatever they likes.
As a potential customer, as most of us are here, you have to ask the question, why would a I drop my hard-earned money, $6500 or so, on an ugly, overpriced NEX-7?
Money talks Hasselblad walks.
A couple of these models Look like some furniture I remember from the late 1960s and 1970s. These guys have taken the retro to a new low and will charge $6,500 for it.
Craig from Nevada: The editors must be some mistake with the gold award. Since when is Nikon orCanon spelt S-O-N-Y?
BTW--congratulations to Sony for their SLT cameras.--recipient for 3 of the 5 gold awards. (a55, a57 and a65).
I am afraid so in an attempt to mock the perceived bias of dpreview. My apologies to everyone, even DPReview.
The editors must be some mistake with the gold award. Since when is Nikon orCanon spelt S-O-N-Y?
Wish I could take pictures like this one.
Tim the Grey: I still use my old E-1. It's 8 years old, and I love using it. It just WORKS. I also have a D700 acquired recently, and if I'm honest, I grab the E-1 if I NEED to get the shot just now. That may change, but right now, I KNOW what that E-1 will do...Oh, and I also know it can handle ANY rain, any time. The Nikon gets tucked away for now!So, yes, I like this announcement, if it's for a new E?. If it's just an m4/3 adaptor, then I stay away.And all those claiming Zuikos are big, and heavy, etc. just please go TRY one? You might find it's way better than you thought.
Mr. Watanabe better have a an SLR up his sleeve. Otherwise why have an SLR division?
I suspect this camera will be very expensive. I don't care so long as it provides value for the dollar.
Beautiful photograph. The photographer and the a900 are champs.