GRUBERND: i would really like to know what WX is doing differently (again) that requires a firmware upgrade in a camera.
So hang on, Fuji's cameras don't work with BSD/Solaris/Linux et al.?
Solution in search of a problem?
ttran88: Nikon D5500 won for consumer category so how did Canon sweep DSLR categories?
This article isn't about Sony.
Leandros S: I don't understand how it's a 2015-2016 award when only the first half of 2015 could be accounted for.
At least nominally, this is not an industry association, but a press association. So if anything, they want you to buy magazines, not gear.
I don't understand how it's a 2015-2016 award when only the first half of 2015 could be accounted for.
Is this the first time they've released a plug-in for an Adobe product?
Cane: It's a shame this segment insists on such a small sensor. Such great potential, such bad image quality. Wash, rinse, repeat.
You either get the choice of a crap IQ p&s, a leaky Nikon, or a crazy priced bulky diving housing for a real camera. There's a giant hole in this market. Hope someone will wake up and fill it.
Which you evidently have not done, or else you'd know the story.
@HowaboutRAW: If you read the Imaging Resource reviews, you'll find that Nikon consistently overperformed in the leaky category.
For anybody else wondering: the cat photo is ISO 800, the building fronts are ISO 100 (in the RAW vs JPEG comparison).
Leandros S: Sounds like someone trying to discourage the competition.
Sounds like someone trying to discourage the competition.
The Davinator: Fuji, I think more people would be interestd in a b&w version than this one!
What it is is way too much conjecture on your part. It also strikes me that you don't know anything about this process and are just blathering on to feel superior. Don't worry, I won't educate you.
Will you also be serving drinks throughout the flight?
Except Fuji execs may not agree with you and price it differently, and there's nothing you can do about it.
That's only true if very few people buy it.
Not that those are mutually exclusive - you could have a B&W without UV/IR filters. And sell it for $800 because you're saving major manufacturing steps. But then people would use it wrong and complain...
That price is just asking for DIY videos of how to remove the filter from the standard model.
sapporodan: It was the DP review compact round up that made me buy my Casio FH100, a great camera, getting a bit old in the tooth now but I still like it.
Shame Casio have not expanded beyond small sensor compacts. They were there right from the start and I don't want to see the brand disappear.
Well, 1/1.7" is quite a bit bigger than 1/2.3". What we know about Casio though is that they generally specialise in making small things and are apparently happy being a niche player in the camera market, so...
Mikael Risedal: what is real world samples? if you don't compare with another lens?I don't care about dpreviews real world examples if I don't have a reference
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And I haven't cared much for their test scene since they removed the parrot feathers.