Oh I also heard that the ASUS T100 Window 8.1 with Intel Baytrail CPU runs Photoshop very well. Who needs these toy apps.
OK, what are must have apps for Android?
Folks, what's the excitement here? It is still a thick body, what's the difference?
These pictures need a FF? LOL
Please wait for Canon to catch up
Hasa: This is just a general comment: I have noticed your widespread use of FF lenses on APS-C bodies especially from Canon and Nikon in your detailed reviews of camera bodies. I think FF lenses for APS-C bodies is an interesting alternative to dedicated APS-C lenses but I would prefer the shortcomings of many APS-C lenses to show up in the tests, i.e. a "kit-lens test" or if you prefer, the best alternative APS-C kit lens, e.g. the Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Lens (scores 11P-Mpix on Canon D70). The theoretical capability of sensors are on DxOMark. To me the great value from dpreview's reviews is real-world performance. Why shave 200g & 1000$ off the camera body by going to APS-C and then buy FF lenses? Sigma is showing us that things could be very different with their 18-35mm F1.8 lens!! It scores the same (15P-MPix on Canon D70) on APS-C as the Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED on the FF D800 (15P-Mpix). The Nikkor is out of luck! The theoretical limit is at least 28 P-Mpix for the D800.
FF lens is much bigger and heavier than equivalent APSC lens. It is more expensive to make, so it costs more. Yes paying all that money for something you don't use is really a waste.
But carrying a big FF camera is not an option for some.
Micro AF adjustment was available in 50D, then disappeared in 60D, and reappeared in 70D.
This made me wonder of what Canon is doing.
I didn't read the article but just went to the summary
"Putting a great lens on your camera via an adapter might still be better than an average native-mount lens. On the other hand, that great lens certainly wouldn’t be as good as it would be on its native-mount camera."
Since there is no native mount body for legacy lenses, it is a moot point.
DVT80111: "This is helped by the fact that with their latest firmware updates, the X-Pro1 and X-E1 now offer one of the quickest interfaces around for setting the size and position of the AF point with the camera to your eye."
Not sure about this statement by the author. I have an X-E1 and I don't think setting the focus point is that fast. I still have to push the left button, then the right cursor wheel. The Canon 7D is much faster with the joystick.
OK. I have finally gotten the Fn button set.
Raist3d, I already upgraded my X-E1 to 2.0 firmware and the lens as well. I have tried to activate the focus point selection mode with only the right hand buttons and I have not figured that out yet. Look like the only way to activate the function is to push on the lower left button. I have tried all the right hand buttons without any luck.
"This is helped by the fact that with their latest firmware updates, the X-Pro1 and X-E1 now offer one of the quickest interfaces around for setting the size and position of the AF point with the camera to your eye."
My wife needs one to fit over her iPad so she can take better movies.She hates to use the small 2 inch screen on my camera.
How many pictures can they take with the camera before running out memory? Duh
DVT80111: Live view AF is still useless for still picture until Canon add a EVF.The screen is too small and my arm is not long enough.
lol when you get to 50+ old you will know what I meant.
Live view AF is still useless for still picture until Canon add a EVF.The screen is too small and my arm is not long enough.
The RX100 price has hold up very well since release. It is the best pocketable camera on the market today. Someone needs to bring in a competition fast.
OMG. I need to sell all DSLR lenses quick before the mass exodus.
Can't believe Hasselblad could have gone downhill to this low.
Well, today is the end of the Carl Dung nickname. RIP
EVF defeats the purpose of a pocketable camera. I would pick another camera such as NEX6, orCanon G1X.