Aleo Veuliah: Well done Nikon, amazing camera
Is it just me or does the photo of the camera on page 6, the one with the external flash, have a designation on the camera of "ON-M" rather than "OM-D"?
On the Body and Design page, beside the AF/MF button u state " The D4 inherits Nikon's simpler 'new style' combined AF/MF switch" ; and I think you mean "The D800 inherits Nikon's simpler 'new style' combined AF/MF switch"
RE: the "E" model, is the AA filter gone altogether or is it able to be turned off? The press release uses the phrase "canceling the properties of the OPLF". It'd be great if capture in AA and non AA modes.
RE: the "E" model, is the AA filter gone altogether or is it able to be turned off? The press release uses the phrase "canceling the properties of the OPLF". If the E does both then it's worth the $300.00 easy... Providing the images are noticeably sharper.
Finally! I'm so ready to,upgrade from my D300 to FF!
Andrew Higgins: The right thing to do for P7000 owners, as the 'flagship compact' was hastily replaced by the P7100 which is the camera the 7000 should have been in the first place. The original camera's menu and controls still remain bizarrely slow though...
Andrew, just to be clear, are you saying the menu is slow after this latest firmware update? I'm considering NOT picking up my backordered Fuji x10 and getting the 7000.
I just received an email from Bestbuy telling me my backorderd x10 is ready for pick-up and Nikon has issued another firmware update for the p7000 and Fuji has announced the x10 has a blooming problem - all on the same day.
I was considering the p7k/7.1k before the x10 was announced. $278 for an updated p7000 or $600 for the x10?
Anyone here upgrade from the p7000 to the x10? What would you do?