checking out the pano of the Virginia V ship (IMG_0123), I notice the pano rendering made the bow of the ship thin as a razor blade... could swear I could get a paper cut on it lol
you folks will have to email richard to to change his video from 'private' to 'public'
i guess he forgot to make the video public when he sent this review out...
it came out of hibernation to see Nikon's latest and greatest, took a sniff and a taste, and thought, bloody hell it looks and tastes same as that old D3s, angrily stomped the heck out of it, and took off to hibernate another 4 more years in anticipation for the next D5 lol :-)
where are the photos of it stomping and chewing on the camera?I can see Nikon’s next addy… ‘bear tested and bear tough’ lol
waste of 8 grand... have you seen the samples from this camera? some photos blacken some white people's faces..
Asaf Mohr: I wish the D800 had built in bluetooth so as to connect it to my smart phone to enable GPS, mobile apps, Facebook upload and a lot more. For less than a $1 extra cost Nikon can bring the camera to this time and age when every smart device must be CONNECTED to the web.
Lol dream on Asaf dream on...
i wish they can add the quickmenu like the xpro1 has so i don't have to high-dive into the deep abyss of the menus ;-)
it would have been a great replacement for my iphone's default camera except it omits the HDR feature and while i love the quick snappiness, its quite s-l-o-w to save it to your camera roll ;-/
this is a very nice color :) what is the color name and what is the color reference #? Did you get this in-camera or in photoshop? I would like to make photos using this color
many thanks,Tim Reardon firstname.lastname@example.org
yea i just seen this film called "Paranmanjang" (translation: Ups and Downs) which starts out as a music video of a Chinese group that reminded me of the Canadian rock group The Band and the rest of the film is a strange and eerie thriller fantasy you can check it out here: http://vimeo.com/30466827
cristof974: DEAR FUJI, there is too many chromatic aberrations with the 18 mm ! ...... http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x_pro1/sample_images/
oh boo hoo ya little baby in the 2 photos (sky over the old building, and small white bldg over it, and the windows in the stairwell photo) have very mild ca and like Kissel says they can very easily be corrected in post. most 18mm lenses all do that even on pro cameras. did ya see the pine cone pic in the 60mm section? wow the high contrast completely dominates the entire pic and not a sliver of ca in it! kudos to Fuji for a great job on their fine cameras and lenses. If ya don't like what you see then don't buy it.