@ HowaboutRAW.............LET IT GO...you're boring defending NikonBTW...i shoot Nikon.
intruder61: Bold statement from Samsung considering not one of their cameras ranks in the top 100 in sales.
different demographicsdifferent price structuresdifferent "need/want" productschalk and cheese.
Bold statement from Samsung considering not one of their cameras ranks in the top 100 in sales.
aqasem: I was waiting for an OIS in the new itetation, i hope they will consider it with full readout sensor for better video ad well.
Sarcasm Mike ;)
You OIS geek boys might wanna buy a book titled "Understanding Exposure"....... then go buy yourselves a 8.5mm with OIS and go sport shooting lol.
APS-CFFM43rdsP&Swhatever.....you still need vision.
when would 35mm be useful with OIS?
@6400 you can't go past this quality, very good.
OIS on this focal length?.....come on, be serious.
If Nikon had forgone this 5000 series and the 7000/1 and built a D400, they would have killed the market...the 3000 series is enough for entry level DSLR.
has the price gone up?
wet cleaning is not the cause of this, Leica are spinning a turd.
leblase: This seems like a very disappointing camera: I find the quality of the pictures displayed pretty lousy, lacking sharpness and detail. It also seems either the machinery or the lenses provide quite a poor color separation ability.Really, quite a surprise, as I was hoping for something better or at the least more mature.I do not see anything in it that gives sense to the medium format advantages, and many of its inconveniences.All in all (except for the price), when compared to the Blad, it's really not a good deal.As pointed by the authors one really has to wait for someone to come up with a better proposition
lol.....another hero joins DPR.
Samsung have to drop their prices to attract customers who already have a system.
............."but the E-M5 arguably began to look a bit dated when the cheaper model came on the market."
What a stupid statement....come on Brittany, lift your game.
@HowaboutRAW............"My biggest concern, though, was the image quality. While I wouldn't expect the X to match my DSLRs for autofocus, I do expect decent images and found the camera's DNG files to be inadequate. I often like to shoot subjects when back-lit or in high contrast lighting situations and have come to expect Raw files with enough latitude to work with, even in difficult lighting."..who cares how good the lens is.
excellent product, highly recommended.
minzaw: My bet is DPR would score LX100 GOLD award in upcoming review?
@ChrisLumix .... i love Apples :)...never met Mr Mac, so can't comment.
Some fool asked me what Raw program i used after i made a comment on the price of this unit, well after a very good perusal of images produced and shown here i find them average and once again, for $899 its a NO.Its a no for jpegs, its a no for raw.Its just another ok camera, nothing ground breaking like the X100 was......and if you want to feel better, buy the leica version, whatever they call it.
intruder61: for $899...Noaround the $500...maybe.its nothing special.
@HowaboutRAW......How much are they paying you?