Arn

Arn

Lives in Finland Finland
Has a website at http://500px.com/arnrna
Joined on Jul 13, 2002

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  • I don't expect the lens to be a massive hit like the Sigma 35/1.4 for example. Other than the price and size it's interesting, but personally I would have preferred a (much) cheaper and smaller 35/2.0.
  • The 35/1.4 looks tempting. Any info on the weight?
    24-240 is interesting for a walkaround lens if performance is decent. I fear the macro may be overpriced. I'm hoping to see Tamron produce EF...

  • @Neez
    I agree. It's just that I'm a still photographer and accuracy means more to me than subject tracking. If I was a video shooter, it would be different.

  • I wouldn't say that 70D is much better value, because it all depends on what you need. I rather have my cameras as light and small as possible (I don't have HUGE hands so I'm perfectly comportable...

  • Wye, I don't think these days anyone is left "hanging" :)
    at the moment I use Canon, Sony and Samsung cameras side by side. I get and use what camera serves me best and I presume that majority of...

  • It's a terrible idea to leave the EVF from a camera that goes to 600mm Or to any focal length for that matter! Anyone that is used to a dslr or a milc with with an EVF knows the numerous benefits...

  • http://www.pbase.com/arn/image/153941606 stereographic projection stitched from a panorama http://www.pbase.com/arn/image/153339672 stereographic projection stitched from a panorama http://www.pbas ...
  • @pew pew: but noise performance and resolution definitely is.

    Too bad this camera doesn't have an EVF. I would get it in a heart beat.

  • I'm a long time Canon DSLR user and I've been waiting for ever for a Canon mirrorless with an EVF. I will not buy a mirrorless camera without an EVF, that's for damn sure. Canon wont' be able to ...
  • Absolutely agree. I am interested in this upcoming Canon, but I will have zero interest, if it doesn't have an EVF. An EVF is indeed neccessary especially with such high magnification lenses. With ...
  • That comment from wpstl is silly, but at the same time quite a compliment. The 10/3.5 is a really good and sharp lens, that's for sure. A marvel of engineering because of the compact size. Perfect ...
  • This is _obviously_ a camera bag for girls. So...what, girls can't be photographers? As a manly man photorapher, I don't see the issue here.

  • Well, there's smaller lenses, that were not advertised when the NX-1 was released. There are available for example the power zoom pancake 16-50, pancake fisheye 10mm f/3.5 and other pancake primes...

  • It's a real shame there's no tilting LCD, that's a big omission for many, myself included. Otherwise, this camera might be simply irresistible.

  • There's actually more in favor of the Canon than one might think at first. There's the much better IS, longer focal length range, faster apertures, easier to operate (more responsivy clicky wheel,...

  • There's actually more in favor of the Canon vs RX100's than one might think at first. There's the much better IS, longer focal length range, faster apertures, easier to operate (more responsive...

  • The best thing about this camera is the Auto ISO feature with the selectabale Rate of Change. This feature is already present on the S95 and I absolutely love it, because this way, you can take...

  • The thumbwheel is used for exposure compensation. Sounds like a pretty good solution.

  • Nonsense. I don't see anything in the NX-1 body that could be or should be simplified for photography purposes. This is not a selfie cam, but a photographer's camera. Every button serves a purpose...

  • At least regarding AF on a mirrorless APS-C camera, Samsung has probably made a leap forward.

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