Which one would be most suitable for HDR photography? I know that the Sony NEXs disqualify themselves given the lack of a proper autoexposure bracket. How about the other makes?
xlynx9: This camera is like a dream.
I take away from this review a top 3 easily fixed firmware limitations for Sony:
1) increase auto iso max (because iso 3200 looks great)2) make "down" on 4-way controller programmable (because top dial already does exposure compensation).3) don't auto skip to next movie in playback (because we don't want to accidentally delete the wrong movie).
This all pales in comparison to a proper autoexposure bracket.
Yes, as enthusiastic as the review is, I am also glad I didn't pre-order it.
A camera in this class, with no AEB suitable for HDR, is a complete dealbreaker.