ChrisKramer1: After losing the latest changes to my translation on One Drive yesterday I NEVER want to use another Microsoft product...
Yes, I know. I never trust the cloud normally. But you have to when you are using a company computer on loan and will never see it again. And three months ago Microsoft shut me out of my hotmail account in the middle of an ebay transaction, despite the fact that I answered all the security questions.
My point is, when I saw "Microsoft" mentioned, I thought of my lost email account and lost hours of work (and all the money that went with it). Not "Oh my gosh, how nice are those pics!"
After losing the latest changes to my translation on One Drive yesterday I NEVER want to use another Microsoft product...
Damn! That Tamron 70 - 300 SP is really good!
I only hope they had doggy bags with them...
kadardr: Why do I like the Nikon 1 system? It has a unique mix of characteristics.1. Unobtrusive design, pretends to be a small P&S. No attention drawer.2. Totally noiseless operation with the electronic shutter. Stealth shooting, great candids.3. Blazing fast AF, which is also very accurate, if you choose the right method depending on the situation. (actually the small sensor does not require the accuracy of an FX system) 4.Bewilderingly fast burst mode.5. Great lenses. My favorites are the 18.5mm, 30-110mm and the 6.7- 13mm.6. Great video. I use it for GIF making only.7. Great raw quality. Great colors, sharpness and all. Very intuitive UI (even the V1).
Nikon 1s are the all time companion camera to me. I will get the V3 for sure.
But honestly what's a "CLUNK" between a substantial APS-C and teensy weensy 1 inch sensor?
LR on a phone
Adobe needs to beef up Photoshop Touch. It's pretty good, but nowhere near it's potential.
Actually, that's quite a big reduction. 8-o
Which makes me think that there are really good alternatives out there. For less!:-/
viking79: Really is a nice looking camera. Some texture to the aluminum grip might be nice, but sure looks good
Judging from the Verge's review it's nicer to photograph than to photograph with! LOL!
Aroart: Once again sony is kicking nikon and canon but.
I recently bought a Canon 700d. The sensor is smaller and less powerful than the Sony NEX5n I normally use. It shows too. But for some reason, I much prefer using the Canon 700d to any camera I've ever had - including my old Nikon D90. Canon are the Apple of the camera world...
xenofotofun: The RX100 series….: the digi throw away cam of the new millennium; a clever $$$ fleecing plan for the P.S. fan sheep from your Sony photo-God! Third evolution and still no wether-dust sealing; once the dust gets in its time for the garbage. At this price range it should have been included from the start….waiting for more useful improvements until I buy or perhaps Pana or Fuji will deliver the right P.S. "common sense" is over taken by greed…..
How do you weather seal a retractable lens? Or a pop-up electronic viewfinder? Is this even possible? Concerning the price-range: Is the Fuji X100s weather-sealed? It's a fixed lens too. So when dust gets in that, it's 'game-over' too.
Surely the viewfinder is a useful improvement?
Personally, I would get the Canon G1X MkII but that's just me.
Canon 10 - 18 looks like a plastic mount. Yuk. I find that is one cost-cutting measure too far.
nerd2: Funny fact is that it very closely resembles a humble Samsung NX camera. And heCNC machining is NOTHING NEW - machines are doing the task, not human, and you can get exactly the same quality machining either in china or in germany.
Anyway, it's relatively cheap for a boutique leica camera though /s
Actually, you can get the Samsung NX300 with a free Galaxy Tab 3.0 Tablet (16GB) for 499 Euros in Saturn, Germany. I think some stores will cut it down to 469 Euros even.
So you get this which kind of looks similar to the Leica and still have 2,500 Euros left over to get a full frame Nikon or Sony. Or Canon.
munro harrap: But it is only a half-frame 16MP sony in a coke can with no M mount.No pro other than a poseur will use it as you cant swap lenses and 16MP after Sony's own 24MP sensors (A6000, Nikon D7100) is a debatable choice, as with fast AF prime lenses who needs more than low isos in any case.
Its scary how you now pay so much more for a whole lot less. The M9 is a bargain in comparison.
None of the lenses are Leitz, when even their microscope eyepieces are.Shame!!
Sony sensor in a coke can. Somehow, I think that is going to stick...
Photographing the break-up session would be more exciting!
Hmm. I'm just wondering how long such a camera will last before dust starts getting in the sensor, the electronic zoom starts playing up, EVF is dropped/lost and the flip screen breaks off. Maybe smaller should also mean simpler. I see the Panasonic GM1 is now down to 600 Euros with kit lens.
RichRMA: Get that point and shoot experience, while enjoying the bulk of a DSLR!
Although I am never more pointy and shooty than when using my Canon 24mm and Sony 35mm primes.
Alphoid: Wow! For just $600, I'll be able to get ugly photos all the way from 16mm up to 300mm for months, maybe even years, until the lens breaks!
Oooo. That's the rub isn't it? Loads of distortion at the wide angle and fuzzy results at the long end. Also, with such a complex construction, how long will it last? (A legit question at 600 Euros). I have a Canon 700d and for that price I could get a 24/28mm f 2.8 and an 85mm 1.8. You could then crop 50 - 60% and still get sharp results. Alternatively, the Tamron 70 - 300 SP is a great lens at half the price.
I need to lease Office 365 for work. That's expensive enough (but pretty damned good actually), so bye bye to LR and CC and my hobby. What a shame.