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On Preview:nikon-d7200 (1113 comments in total)

Q: for Jeff Keller or Barney Britton
Nikon D7200 and D5500 under "set picture control" have new function "adjust clarity". As both cam's are due for DPR review, could you please add, in the sample pictures section, the same photo taken at "low", "medium" and "high" adjust clarity setup to show what we can expect from this feature? How much it improves the overall clarity of the picture in your opinion. THKS.

Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 01:38 UTC as 81st comment

Dear DPReview... Yes, this is interesting video presentation, however not complete... The quality of the pictures and video comes mostly from the lenses and accessories used by this photographer.

I kindly request that you publish here the list of lenses and adaptors used during this presentation, also please disclose what was make of the lenses.
Your answer would be greatly appreciated.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 18, 2015 at 16:12 UTC as 77th comment | 5 replies
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G3User: What a joke, all these cameras with no view finders. You may as well be holding up a cell phone with your head tilted way back and barley seeing the screen in bright sunlight. This is pathetic. This is the continued dumbing down of photography.

You are absolutely right. I'm waiting for perfect Canon G for years and see no consistency in Canon's approach. Instead of making it better an better, they change design and features with every release - bad habit. Instead of delivering world class range-finder, which G1x almost was, they missed it again. G1X needed just some little corrections here and there, but camera by itself was nicely designed. Now the hope rest with Nikon P8000 and Nikon 1V3. Besides OVF (or HQ EVF) I'd like to see all manual controls and really large comfortable grip like those in P7800, 1V2 or about any SONY model.
Maybe next year..... or next after...???

Direct link | Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 05:07 UTC
On article Hands-on with Nikon V2 (455 comments in total)

Actualy - the "looks" is OK and preferable to V1 in my opinion. V2 is designed as high-end P&S with it's presumably very good (enough) with electronic automatic controls.
For me it would be desirable to have in addition few switches for fast manual setups, as auto-mode is not always right in all circumstances. Maybe V3 will get there next year.

Your coments are perfectly right. My first thought was to have that size camera to be paired with 70-300VRII. I'm glad to hear you have good experience with this setup. So far I did not see any published pictures from V1 with 70-300VRII, and I would like to ask you, if you can post here few pictures taken with this setup? Also, you may want send note to me with the picture or two? - thank you, kenbass.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 27, 2012 at 02:48 UTC as 65th comment

I'd like to see advanced range finder based on Canon G1X or Nikon P7100 body design: with all mechanical controls, CX lens mount, also adaptor for all DX/FX lenses, and high quality OVF/EVF as obligatory feature. Articulated and build-in display variations will be welcome.
The design proposed above is almost exactly what I'm looking for - for years...

I hope Nikon wakes up and start producing range finder line of cameras instead of hundreds yearly models of worstless shirt-pocket multi color bodies of no value. Let those be replaced by cell-phone cameras.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 20, 2012 at 14:32 UTC as 270th comment
On article A sneak peek at our forthcoming camera test scene (323 comments in total)

Support coments by Biowizard and Gesture below.
Also, I'd like to see 3D structures to test Front/Back focus, including micro adjustments, 3D structure to test camera/lens set for bokeh, also another 3D structure to simulate low light (night) photography to test ISO from low to highest. (similar to DCRP's SanFrancisco at night, but in lab-version so lighting will be consistant.
Left,Right,Center,Top and Bottom targets for testing focus points for focusing consistency.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2012 at 03:37 UTC as 48th comment

I realize it is tough, but you need strong filter that will limit agressive threads of two different kind:
1./ Competitors (manufacturer's agents) trying to smear other brand product by bringing the same subject to forum over and over again to create "bad name" for particular product. Example: "skin tones" in D7000." - It is OK and expected that subject is brought up to forum... but having the same person creating the same therad under symilar title over and over again is not needed. I think if something is not discussed in full within 150 threads is just not needed here any more. Also, frequently the same aggresive entity post threads under different names just to create and spread "bad opinions" about competitor's product. We don't need that.
2./ Aggressive personal replies/commenting.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 28, 2012 at 14:11 UTC as 169th comment | 1 reply
On Nikon Coolpix P7700 Hands-on Preview (192 comments in total)
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tonyheps: What kind of enthusiast that will buy a compact camera without a viewfinder - NOT ME!!

@ Richie Beans
The whole discussion is pointless. If you like and prefere LCD, then fine I'm glad for you, but don't tell others how they should use camera and what view finder feature is better for them. All my cameras have both LCD and OVF built in, and LCD is always off for many good for me reasons. So, rhlpetrus is right, Not same thing, also dhouse53 point of view fit my view at the matter.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 02:41 UTC
On Nikon Coolpix P7700 Hands-on Preview (192 comments in total)
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Navmark77: This is an incremental improvement to an already-good camera. If this camera were not in the Nikon product line, it would leave a gaping hole, as no other non-DLSR that they make offers the photographer so much control.

As far as improvement is concern it is one step forward with lens and sensor, and one large step back with lack of OVF.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 13:42 UTC
On Nikon Coolpix P7700 Hands-on Preview (192 comments in total)
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philchan: No viewfinder, well that doesn't cut it, deal breaker..

The articulated LCD is useless in bright condition, this is why OVF is absolutely needed. Deal breaker.
If I want good LCD camera I'd buy the cell phone.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 13:38 UTC
On Nikon Coolpix P7700 Hands-on Preview (192 comments in total)

Not the same, not even close. It is deal breaker. To bad - not a competitor for G1X, when it could have been.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 12:52 UTC as 74th comment | 3 replies
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