rtogog: Surprise me, the role of human being are very dominant on the production line of the process of making of lens.
we wonder why it's expensive. Just a bunch of ground elements slapped together... much more then just that!
Need to have a set of moth images... there are some pretty ones!
ryanshoots: Still offering two basic colors of skin-tone, peach or grayish yellow. This is a wonderful camera in may ways. Nikon colors not being one of them. Do they offer one with a b&w sensor?
What RAW and changing the WB is for.
io_bg: No filter thread and 6 diaphragm blades? Too bad...
If you're shooting wide open (which you will have to to get any kind of bokeh out of this lense) you're not going to see the aperture blades... the bokeh will be round. How smooth it will be is another matter.
Greynerd: Living in gale battered England it is always intriguing how in the US you can build houses on the beach. You must have very good weather most of the time punctuated occasionally by storms of the like we never see.
The homes aren't "built on the beach" they're either literally moved out to sea, or the shoreline moved closer to the homes thanks to the storm.
That new 40/2.8 pancake is sexy (more so than the older one). Wish I had a new K5 to pop that baby on!
Gesture: We don't even have APS-C/Full frame digital SLRs with the capacity to "upgrade" the sensor.
Yes we do it's called getting a new camera
SRT3lkt: My eyes got more efficient mechanism.
hence why they're trying to copy it and stick it in front of a camera sensor.
Pati Feroolz: dpreview should really do something about this 520 pixel wide pictures. i use the site at 150% magnification put pictures look terrible.
No crap sherlock. You're magnifying those same small pictures by 150%... not loading the full high res pic and making it smaller. Magnifying the page will make those pictures look even more terrible compared to normal.
Nothing some gaffer's tape won't fix out in the field.
One of the reasons why I hate HDMI... the plug for it is pathetic compared to nearly everything in the past... and even new things like DisplayPort.
Carlos AF Costa: Nikon bla bla,, Canon bla bla, Fuji bla bla, Pana bla bla, XPTO bla bla,…My God, how I like the good old brands: Kodak, Leica, Praktica, Zeiss Ikon, Agfa, Rollei ...And always remember: “Kodachrome They give us those nice bright colorsThey give us the greens of summersMakes you think all the world'sa sunny day”
Might've been great in the film days, they never figured out the digital thing. = death.
Volkan Ersoy: At first I was suprised by the extremely small size of G1 X, then I understood that dpreview sent somebody with huge hands there, even the D4 looks small in his hands.
Most people seem to have micro-sized hands. Like with the original iPhone. I thought that phone was going to be WAY larger until I saw it IRL... it was tiny! what is it with small hands?
Blegh. Where is the Clarity slider when I need it? This picture is ruined from the processing.
DioCanon: Oh come on!
WE DONT NEED ANOTHER CARD FORMAT!!!
SD is the STANDARD, make it less fragile and will be perfect.
Besides I have Canon, Canon users have already CF and SD (now in almost every model), do we really want a new DSLR with a different format?
NO THANK YOU!
The whole "if it isn't broke, don't fix it" thing in technology DOESN'T WORK. You WANT innovation. And if you can greatly increase speed, capacity, and replace both SD and CF... it sounds good to me.
Some blurry, unsharp picture with a very photoshopped looking bunny in it WON?!?!
I don't even see the point in competitions with crap like this.
Paulo Matos: It is very interesting to observe that almost all photos of this author have three votes of 5 stars in the last challenges, whether they are worthy or not.
Heck, his name is "cheedr"
This got first place?!?! Some poorly chopped up image from photoshop?
Kind of random... I like it :D
Seems underexposed to me.
not a fast enough shutter speed!