aandeg: Wow what a price for a lens without stabilization. Looks like Olympus put the stabilizer in the body and left the cost in the lenses.
@Danielvr:implying that you'd have the procedure done without anesthetics? so brave!
Jogger: Is this even a viable market??? i.e. do people really mount non-Leica lenses on $8000+ Leica M bodies??? Wont your fellow 1%ers laugh at you??
i think you're supposed to be more tolerant of this "lifestyle choice" these days. and by that i mean "laugh BEHIND the poor man's back, when he can no longer hear you".
finally, the MAR sensor returns!
Diopter: I love the basic spec's but it would be nice to have the opposite than Pana is offering now: a camera mimicking a smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy camera.
not much demand for endoscopes with OIS in the lens.
TimK5: A bit pricey, but for the first time I am not totally shocked when I hear the price for a new Olympus lens. It better shows a stellar Performance like the 75mm
Is the lens collar fixed or can it be removed?
I was hoping the 7-14 f2.8 would be released first :-(
so Olympus releases a $1500 lens, and it's "a bit pricey". Panasonic releases a $1600 lens and it's outrageously priced, and not what m4/3 is about at all. well... ok...
jaykumarr: bottom line:will retail at $7995.
yeah, that kind of money can buy you a used tractor.
ncsakany: Makes total sense to me. Greedy photographer got put back in his right place.
i believe the correct term for this is "pwned".
that moment when the correct legal interpretation looks like trolling. u mad, bros?
Steve: For those confused North or South Americans. These images are accurate.There is NO COLOR in Europe. Any images or footage you see commercially, are colorized post production. I brought a box of Kodachrome to europe in '75You should have seen the looks i got.. I asked where the mcDonalds was in Russia.. I asked for the Golden Arches resto with the hamburgers.. "OH," someone exclaimed "You mean the hamburger place with the Neutral Gray arches !!!!"
and that's why European settlers moved to the Americas.
maxnimo: I didn't know water causes a camera to lose color. Bummer.
i think it's because he used a B&W memory card.
Mssimo: He did a great job with focus.
do DSLRs (which i assume is the type of camera that was used) have face detection? unless it was operating in live view mode, how does that even work?
DaveE1: I understand that the monkey is filing a "Forget Me" takedown request following the new European Court ruling. Get your comments in quickly. This article may not be here for long.
that monkey should be given EU citizenship and a place in the EU parliament. he has proven his intelligence and good taste, not to mention his good looks.
backayonder: The Monkey takes quite a good photo and will be available for lessons if anyone is interested. cost is peanuts
how big is this monkey anyway? is there a picture of him next to a banana, for scale approximation?
seans1969: I wish my selfie's were that good.
correct (except for that apostrophe). the images look too well framed to be taken by a monkey. or maybe it was just the beginner's luck.
the best part of the article is the "why should i care" in the title. i don't think the question has been fully answered - there's no comparison between sensor size/DOF/total light and the camera owner's worth as a human being. the main problem is: how much more valuable is a person using a FF camera than one using a m4/3?
i like the technical information, though, thank you for that.
dubstylz: To me, Every photo should tell some kind of a story (no matter how small). I can't work out the story here!
that sounds like a Marilyn Manson song.
once upon a time, there was a colored liquid. one day, it decided to go on a trip and see the world.
Zoron: I am getting D900...not this incremental upgrade....who's with me?
more thousands, more future!