They should partner with Hasselblad and design a wooden grip!Without that they have not eaven the slightest chance to sell one unit.
jtan163: Carbon fibre body? Wireless?Hmm, well according to about 50% of the Nikon FX forum it must be an amateur model.Pro cameras are made of magnesium alloy and wireless is just an affection for amateurs and soccer parents... I'm just saying.
It has no articulated screen so it must be something PRO!
Since I am a gearhead I like #3 best.
RPJG: "These are sh1te and I could do better" coming in 1... 2... 3...
Looked at your gallery and ... I like your mostly black black and white compositions;)
DPR, did you delete some comments?
Johannes Zander: For the moment Canon wins the megapixel race.But surly Nikon, Sony and maybe Pentax with a new FF camera have a very competitive answer.Anyway, 36mpix of my D800 are plenty for my amateur needs.
@miles"better DR and high ISO than anything else out there"show me the proof!
For the moment Canon wins the megapixel race.But surly Nikon, Sony and maybe Pentax with a new FF camera have a very competitive answer.Anyway, 36mpix of my D800 are plenty for my amateur needs.
This is very interesting to me and I hope Olympus does it well.
I am so happy that I bought the E-M1 last year!It is a great camera.I hope Olympus is continuing on this path.I also hope for an Olympus body the size of the GM5 with IBIS.
Again eye powder for the armchair photog.....
No articulated screen!How should we make selfies with this?Another failed designe...;)
another ulcer to make your smartphone bulky!And what? It also needs a battery?Wait a moment...A smartuser would just get a P&S.
That's the way to go for the Nikon 1 series!
Nikon build a V4 like that and I buy all the expensive CX lenses!
Else I keep my V1 until it brakes.
Marty4650: Lets be honest. Most of the people who voted in that poll never touched ANY of the cameras they voted for. Perhaps a few did, but most didn't.
And absolutely no one has tested them all. Not even Dpreview had done that, and they have a staff of fifteen people.
So this poll is pretty much a popularity contest. We just voted for the camera we thought was the "most significant of the year" based on what we knew about it from reading various reviews and looking at the spec sheets.
Once you understand that point, then all the claims that a camera wasn't available for sale long enough, or wasn't available in all markets, becomes meaningless.
... that's way these polls are totally meanignless for practical photography.
Let the sony fanboys celebrate, all others are out taking pictures...
...with or without a mirror... who cares...
Thoughts: No matter the result, this has been
The Year of Alpha
... polls and elections are for the dumb anyway...
jtan163: The Nikon Australia site to check your D750 is:
I presume the same site will be used for other Asia/Pacific/Oceania countries as well, since it is the Nikon Asia site.
The NikonUSA site identified my D750 as eligible for the service, however the instructions for getting service are different for Australian and I presume other APac/Oceania users.The instructions are "contact you local service center" via this link: http://www.nikon-asia.com/en_Asia/service/service_centers.page .
@DPRSTAFF any chance you might cater to non US/North American readers with these types of announcements?
@jtanYes I was too quick. Should wait until the editing period times out.Have a nice day!
"The Nikon Australia site to check your D8750 is:"
D8750 is that the annouced model that combines all the issues like left AF problem, oil spots, flare, light leaks in one model?
I think I want to preorder!!!!! :)
Picture DSC01500 is somewhat interesting. What is it?
And the first image suffers from flare!Must be done in sympathy for D750!