iAPX: I still don't understand how someone could spend so much into a camera and then use a non-calibrated iPhone display on it. Non-sense!
All that money, and I need an iPhone as a viewfinder?
Wow! I want one!
allegretto: Do any of you ever consider just not commenting if it's not for you?
Hey, you won't find on on my shelf either, but every time I come here guys (and gals) are just ripping on stuff they don't have and likely have never even seen.
I mean it's sometimes like watching kids rip wings off grasshoppers.
I know... just don't read comments... right. Well OK but some of you appear quite... angry about life or something and come here to work off some heat
Lighten up... it's just a camera for God's sake
I like you! Awesome post, and well said!
Lotta Cons for a Silver award.
miiicho: 3.15 x 1.65 x 1.06 inches ?I don't buy it unless it's metric!
You know, it doesn't matter, because we did it 45 years ago, with slide rules.
So, let me rephrase: There are two kinds of countries. Those that use the metric system, and those that put men on the moon.
You'd think they could put a man up there with all that.
D1NO and Giklab: Do you mean Russia and France don't use the metric system, or that they put men on the moon?
Those pictures just don't look good.
(Humor alert) There are two types of countries: Those that use the metric system, and those that went to the Moon.
jkokich: Those shots don't really look very impressive.
Those shots don't really look very impressive.
I know the article is an opinion piece. I don't usually criticize DP articles, but this one is downright silly. I'm going to grab my Minolta Beercan and my A57 and take some great pictures.
Mike FL: It is the time for Panasonic starts to look into APS-C and/or FF sensor while M43 sensor goes to its P&S, and 1" sensor goes to its Smart phone.
IBIS, in body image stabilization, right? My Sony A57, an APS-C ILC, has that. Am I missing something?
jkokich: I shoot a web series on my iPad, and this will make life sooooo much easier! I'm always running out of space, and this is much cheaper than buying a new iPad.
I produce a Doctor Who parody web series you can see on my website whatdoctortheseries.weebly.com and I shoot it using the camera in my iPad. The video is HD and looks great, but having only 16gb of memory is limiting, so this WD drive will give me a lot more storage.
I shoot a web series on my iPad, and this will make life sooooo much easier! I'm always running out of space, and this is much cheaper than buying a new iPad.
RecklessAbandonArteests: It will be interesting to see how JK Imaging does with this.
In 2014 the Kodak name only has relevance with non-digital baby boomers (non-digital baby boomers includes camera users who grew up with Kodak film cameras in the 1950s forward).
Users born in the 1980s forward are using smartphones to take pics. Just as cell phones killed the wristwatch market, cell cameras are killing off interest in dedicated digital cameras. Moreover, for most users cell cameras take acceptable pics and video for viewing on the medium of choice, TFT monitors.
Kodak cameras are going to be designed, manufactured, and marketed to the baby boomer market. The cameras will always be simple to operate. I suspect JK Imaging is paying a paltry sum to use the Kodak name on its products, and the Company will take baby steps selling Kodak-branded cameras.
That's not to say this is a foolish endeavor. The baby boomer market is HUGE. And the point & shoot crowd has lots of cash to spend on cameras like this.
Let me check my wristwatch... Yup, there it is, right on my wrist.
It looks cool and takes good pictures.
Nice retro styling! Very cool!
jkokich: I love film. I love Kodak. Anyone who says film can be the same cost as digital is simply wrong. You have to buy film, which cannot be reused. You have to process film. You cannot watch film that you have just shot; it has to be processed. Sure, you can watch a video backup, but then why use film in the first place?
Please quote my entire sentence.