profus: "Another small change worth mentioning is the camera's ability to use the Auto ISO feature while in manual exposure mode. This allows you to choose a shutter speed and an aperture setting and let the camera decide on the necessary ISO. And, because the D4s has an Exposure Comp button as well as two control dials, you can apply exposure compensation so that you get your chosen image brightness, when working this way."
Is this a change? That wasn't possible on D4? It certainly works that way on Df...
is it a firmware update?
reminds me of contax..
Joerg V: Probably good for the money, probably not as good as the Sigma.
2 people don't know what "probably" means :-)
completelyrandomstuff: btw. if you want a nice bokeh with similar sharpness on the cheap, you can adapt a $30 55mm SMC takumar for M42 mount. The main downside will be chromatic aberration, but at 55 times less money it's hard to complain about that.
Yes, m42 on Nikon mount requires correction lens, otherwise cannot focus to infinity. Also smc takumar will not work on conversion mounts (it will get stuck), you will need super takumar but then most of the 50/1.4 super takumar nowadays suffers from yellowish inner elements (oxidation?)..
canon...please give us folding standard lens..
Rbrt: So... USB 2.0? 3.0? You would think a USB dock review would mention this.
I think it doesn't matter in this case..you wont need such bandwidth
Is Canon making a digital "New F1"? seems Canon is more devoted in the film-making market these days..
I am wondering if this DF can use "split prism" MF aid..
Gabriel Yeo: Sony continues without fail, to make ugly-looking cameras.
this is subjective
looks good but generally I think mirrorless cameras lack the ability to do high speed sync with a small flash... seems to me that only Canon is catering this.. (270Ex II)
to me high speed sync in a small package is one of the critical factors for fill flash when travelling...
seems like the successor to DSC-R1.. this time better range, with IS and constant 2.8.. thanks Sony