This actually looks pretty decent, I must say I prefer the styling of the Fuji x20 though. It'll be interesting to see how they compare.
Classic white collar crime case. Bloody ridiculous.
Is image stabilization even relevant on these lenses, I mean who's gonna shoot this handheld?
Sounds like a good idea to me, and if you don't want the feature you should be able to disable it anyway.
As long as they fix my lens, boil on
What the hell does un-damped mean??
That Tamron actually look sweet. Kind of hate the look of my silver 14-150 Olympus
Wow, that's awesome
Gj i guess. Now you just need to put out some cameras that people actually want to buy.
WOW that is totally not very interesting
I kinda feel like the "awards" are losing their meaning. Silver award? Sure its a capable camera but it seems to me that the awards should only be awarded when the cameras actually achieve something unique, or outstanding.
In the conclusion part i would like to see more comparisons in terms of you would rate it compared to its mirrorless rivals. The 5n? the GX1? EP3? AF, functionality, features, etc...
Why is it that hard to include auto focus Compatibility?
Peter Evans: I'm interested in this camera only as, well, a matter of interest. As someone who earns his living from photography and, as a career-long Nikon owner, I've already bought heavily into one system and so have no intention of taking up another.
What I would like to voice here, as several other already have, is my disappointment in the 'red-top journalism' English used by DPReview in this announcement. "Put a dent in your pocket" and "the amount you'll have to scrape together" are phrases we shouldn't be seeing on a respected site such as this. It's sufficient merely to state what the new price is expected to be and leave it at that.
Finally, and just my 2 centimes on the camera system itself, from what I've seen so far, it looks pretty good to me - ideal for those photographers who hanker after a Leica system but can ill afford the Leica prices.
If you don't want opinions regarding the pricing of certain cameras why go to a website THAT REVIEWS CAMERAS???
Stick it in the EP4, put in a newer sensor and sell it :)
Ganondorf: What a lame response. "Wedding season only last about 4 months here, so I photograph an average of 20 weddings per year for an average of $2,500/wedding (which totals about $50,000/year)."
So.. you practically just work 4 months a year and then go on holiday?
Well, why not then include those incomes in the calculation?
What a lame response. "Wedding season only last about 4 months here, so I photograph an average of 20 weddings per year for an average of $2,500/wedding (which totals about $50,000/year)."
I would have liked this camera better being smaller or having a better aperture, and slashing a bit of the 26x zoom. Don't really need that much. 24-400 would have been sufficient.