JPMontez: With all those negative comments and just to be sure: you guys are aware it's a joke on Google Glass, right?...
Now I get it! Thanks!
Funny, he is already wet in a specific area.
happypoppeye: Thank God the D900 is going back to film ...nice work Nikon.
I AM A Nikon F7
Oh dear nikon what a price tag. A 900 $ for a camara tha has no CLS, no way to use external strobes, no live histogram, no focus peeking, omly one AF point with FT-1, no focus aid with manual lenses?!?I buy one after you improved the firmware for the V1. And you know what we want!I will not buy a V2. The improvments for the price compared to the V1 are minor and the V2 should be named V1.1.
Street View on a tiny scale. Google has a job for him.
Wow! Nikon helped some animal organisations to create another fundraiser!
Just a Photographer: The big questions is:
Does it focus?
And is it awaylable in pink?
Crappy times need crappy pictures.
Any phoncam is a better spy cam.But if I had the money I would buy one just for fun!
LensBeginner: Again, no Pentax? :-(
you'r both right.http://searchitchannel.techtarget.com/definition/OEM
Johannes Zander: Looks very good, but! I wait for the EVF and interchangable lens version.Meantime I consider the Fuji X-E1.
I prefer a build-in EVF.
Looks very good, but! I wait for the EVF and interchangable lens version.Meantime I consider the Fuji X-E1.
57even: Funny, we use the word "phone" now to mean a small tablet computer that makes calls. The "phone" part is just one of many features (which ironically this camera doesn't have).
Someone really needs to redefine the category because "phone" doesn't really cut it and Galaxy Phone/Camera/Tablet is really a brand name. We need a generic name for devices which are cloud connected.
I'm all for convergence myself, but I can also see the need and advantage in specialised tools as well. I don't really agree with Sunhong Lim. You only need one "cloud hub" which could be a tablet or a smartphone, and connect to it via USB or wifi or bluetooth.
However it seems that the P&S is not going to be replaced by smart phones after all. Rather the two will converge into a single device. This is going to really challenge those companies with no imaging patents....let me see....who may they be?