marc petzold: The FZ1000 does have a better EVF, higher resolution as the RX10, but the Body doesn't seem to be weather-sealed as the RX10...at last, i've read nothing about it. The Top Display of a RX10 does come in handy, i'd say, too. Like that feature on my DSLR.
The RX10 has a fixed lens, it is part of the body. So it is entirely weather sealed.
pgphoto_ca: Be carefull....it's not a f2.8-f4 with this sensor (2.7x crop)....it's f5.6-f8 or more.......the crop factor need also to be apply to the aperture :)
A real 400mm f4...is much bigger ! :)
@tjbates of course an that is why solar panel size doesn't matter. They're just pulling your leg to sell you more of them :p.
You get the same amount of light per mm^2 but a FF has more mm^2 and gets more light. That's not reinventing physics but pure arithmetic.
A bigger sensor gathers more light than a smaller one at the same aperture. Same as a bigger sail gathers more wind than a smaller one at the same wind force. Strangely nobody is talking about equivalent beaufort.
Somebody I don't know stops impersonating somebody else I don't know. How intriguing.
Now we know why dish washers have no window. They would need a parental advisory badge.
D1N0: Coolpix A? Who ever heard of that. It's price $200 more at launch has now dropped below that of the GR
That's different. I am omniscient!
Coolpix A? Who ever heard of that. It's price $200 more at launch has now dropped below that of the GR
D1N0: It's already being dumped on iBood.nl for €549,95 (including kitlens).
So when a source is in favour of Sony it must be wrong obviously. In that way you can always be right. I waste my time discussing with the likes of you.
plasnu: Does anyone still choose DSLR over this at this price point?
It's just that people who shoot mirror less have to ridicule DSLR users to justify their choice. According to them mirror less has no disadvantages and people who can't see that are clearly very stupid. Very narrow minded of them. I can see a use for mirror less, but it's just not for me yet.
based on the iq comparison tool on this website. Also DXO-mark rates the sony higher. The samsung clearly has less detail at base iso.
I think the a6000 blows this out of the water IQ-wise
D1N0: These sony camera's should be used with compact light weight prime lenses. (this probably goes for any compact mirrorless ilc except the Pentax Q-7.)
IBIS would be better since you can use a lot of legacy glass on it with the right adapter.
It's suggested retail price is €999,-. The retailers have decided on €829,- Ibood is a site with one day offers. It mainly sells over stocked en refurbished stuf (this was not refurbished).
These sony camera's should be used with compact light weight prime lenses. (this probably goes for any compact mirrorless ilc except the Pentax Q-7.)
Anybody who would like some grip and shoot with long and heavy lenses.
It's already being dumped on iBood.nl for €549,95 (including kitlens).
Only really works when there is no modern stuf in the images like cars.
photo perzon: Brianj they look good to me. Does the rx100 seem better to you?
Well when you are ignorant there is no reason to be so blatantly proud of it brianj
WTF, no gold?
If you don't want your photo's "stolen" don't put them on the internet. Right click prevention scripts won't save you. Just get the URL from the source. The print screen button can not be scripted away anyway. Stupid greedy photographers who think they can sue anybody over simple instructions to avoid clumsy protection which doesn't even work in every browser are idiots. Put pictures online and get angry when people copy them. That is more moronic than even a baboon could ever be.