I'm happy for them; 10 is still not available for my Playbook.
Michael Doleman: A year ago I would've been fairly excited about this camera. With the arrival of the Sony RX100, however, it just seems to me that every other offering in this particular niche is suddenly well behind the curve. Particularly considering that the RX100 is one of the most compact, and offers a much bigger sensor than any of its direct competitors. Neither this, nor Samsung's latest compact-enthusiast offering will sway me from my plans to replace my Oly XZ-1 with the Sony RX100.
This is a forced comparison: the RX100 lacks a hotshoe and viewfinder option. As for "f4.0 at the long end", 100mm is not very long; my now-dated Lumix ZS3 also maxes out at 4.9, but at 300mm. The Sony is also significantly slower at the wide end. These three limitations explain the smaller body. I also agree with AngelicBeaver that 20MP, along with the slower glass, neutralizes the sensor-size advantage.
Nice Nokia: Can't wait for a production Windows Phone 8 in black!
Sensual and so inviting; but, she's so over-exposed, pun intended. One strobe may have been enough and maybe even bounced. Nice earrings.
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