fberns: It was the photographer's camera, he made the trip, he was there near the monkeys, he published the photo. If it's not him to decide on those photos. the law is buillshit.
Who set the camera up?
All the hard work the photographer put into getting there for the monkey to have his hands on the camera in the first place means nothing then? Its the photographers property. The large organisations are using a loophole to 'own' what could be an all time classic image.
Stunning work. Beautiful patterns.
im gonna have many a sleepless night...
Roland Karlsson: This is one of the strangest design decisions ever made.
his work is fantastic.This camera.no no
to go with the Chrysler Cruiser... ? Sorry the organic styling of the body just does not mesh with the lens. Thats me
Different style of shooting ..not my style but pretty interesting motionless toy like people. Comparing these with Iphone images is laughable.
great ideas come from some bad ones or so called bad ones and lessons are learnt but only when you put something into production do you realize it was perhaps not the best thing to do...but you take risks and sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. good on pentax for sticking their neck out.
Smile !! ah wait..incoming call
Jeff Greenberg: No more Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians.No light skin or dark skin.Its official, everyone is orange.
is this done with the wide angle attachment..nice pic btw
digitalanalog: If Nikon and Canon won't start to make retro-designed cameras ...
In terms of build quality what Nikon and Canon have offered so far in their mirrorless cameras is laughable in comparison to the X series.
JacquesBalthazar: These Fuji X offers, this one in particular, are so tempting for old but increasingly broke leicaphiles such as me. So familiar and re-assuring. At the same time, they annoy me by playing this much on the retro/pseudo vintage chords in terms of design cues. This is 2013. Why are we trying to pretend to be in 1956?
The feature list and tech innards are fantastic. But the design references....am I the only one to be bothered?
and built (like a tank) like its 1956.I love it
whlcalifornia: I want full frame!
I like the size of this camera. I dont think FF is necessary. The IQ is great.
Lets how the hands on review compares to the the X100 first. New specs look good but will it improve the camera..I certainly hope so :) In anycase its nice to see that this line is continuing and rightly so. Love my X100 and its trials and tribulations.
citrontokyo: The only way to make this interesting is to say that people must vote for a camera that they don't have (preferably a different maker, too). Otherwise, it's just another boring popularity contest.
I shoot Pentax, but vote for the Sony Rx1. It's true camera porn for me.
Ya thought it would become a Canon V Nikon contest but Olympus is upsetting the party too. Rx1 from me too
Related to the subject at hand. The images look wonderful. I just have gotten so used to the Evf/Ovf on the X100 I really think the X-Pro 1 is more attractive, perhaps slightly larger but a necessity all the same for me.
I just not have used it at all. Im sure it has potential but i just feel google was a little late on the scene and people got comfortable with FB if you into all that.
Great list DPR keep up the excellent work....wow this thread is just pure comedy.