jkokich: I'm comparing the IQ of the Canon with the IQ of my Sony A3000, which cost me $260. The Canon is $1200? Canon fail.
Oh, I checked the raw, as well. $1200 vs $260? The fact that Sony even comes close is a Canon fail.
I'm comparing the IQ of the Canon with the IQ of my Sony A3000, which cost me $260. The Canon is $1200? Canon fail.
Nikon: ML cameras don't have this problem. We still do, but we're working on it.
I loved my Nikons, but ML is the future, and the future is now.
Mister Joseph: Just some non-sense comparison: My 2014 sedan is $25,000 and my wife's 2015 SUV is $32,000.
Happy wife, happy life.
jkokich: The photos simply don't look good enough to warrant the price.
I'm not dismissing Leica lenses, I'm dismissing the photos provided. Those just aren't that good. If you want to talk about the quality of photos taken with other lenses, that's another story.
The photos simply don't look good enough to warrant the price.
All three, awesome!
None of these photos look impressive.
AstroStan: surprised there are no comments (yet) about the bokeh. I find it to be ugly and distracting.
I agree with you.
I'm sure I'm not the only one is so completely over the whole GoPro thing.
Horshack: Played with the D500 at CES yesterday. I posted my findings here:
Horshack is a very old and respected name...
Kinda cool, but simply too costly. $50 for one cartridge? No.
Much sound and fury.
jkokich: 4K has nothing to do with the size of a picture, so why compare it to other standards by showing different sizes?
I think that would have been a more realistic comparison.
4K has nothing to do with the size of a picture, so why compare it to other standards by showing different sizes?
sony shooter: As a Sony Shooter. This article show how hard it is to go from DSLR to a Mirrorless.
You haven't gotten into the menus to shut of image review, its obvious that you didn't spend time learning how to use focusing system such as focus locking, and most of all how to use the drive by wire focusing that is new with the Sony mirrorless cameras.
BTW it took me over a month to learn how to use Sony mirrorless coming from a Canon and Sony DSLR. its been rewarding yet difficult. Maybe you should give it a second shot after you learn the menus and functions.
Just my opinion.
If speed is important in shooting fast action, why would you want to change focus points? Wouldn't it make more sense to keep your focus point dead center?
jkokich: Tenba, his arms wide! (That might be misspelled).
leonche64 and lbuclk= at dpreview.
Tenba, his arms wide! (That might be misspelled).
Just what is the "Leica experience"? Someone looking at your camera and asking, "Is that a Leica??" The bottom line for any camera is one thing and one thing, only: image quality. It doesn't matter what the camera looks like, what the EVF shows, etc., the only thing that matters is the photo. These photos are just not that good.
If you don't keep up, you'll get run over.