Doug Frost: That kid is f*cking awesome.
Shockrr07: Maybe its just me, but why are we putting video on DSLr's ? For one the video isnt good at all and the sound is garbage, yeah it might be good if there was somehting you really wanted to get a video of, but why wouldnt you just take a picture instead ? I feel like its only going to make the cost of the camera more expensive for something that is obsolete. If i want to spend 6k+ on a camera thats going to shoot video then im going to buy a video camera, not a DSLR.
Please correct me if i am wrong. If the camera is recording video then the sensor is constantly working. Over the life time of the camera will this have more wear on the camera than just taking pictures ?
Finally, I am currently a nikon user and have been for a while. But does it seem like nikon is playing catchup with the MP ? I know nikon has amazing metereing and color realization but seeing as a shoot sports its would be nice to be able to crop a shot i wasnt perfectly framed on and not decrease my image qual as much.
Cariboou: Now the 5.6 between 3-4 years 4.5 and in 10 years 2.8, sure if they give as the 2.8 immediately we to buy the last and nothing else, then I like know the real cost to the production, how much for one gram of the lens... I know that is a mystery, like a car nobody know...... only thing we can do is buy and pay eh...
898 mm? So would that qualify it to be labeled as a Newtonian or Dobsonian lens?
Props to Klamar!The photo of Trey Hardee is especially befitting that of an East German Olympian circa 1972....in all her glory.
barry_west: Nice timing on this coming out as I'm finally going to replace my aging D70 this summer (originally purchased in 2005). Man, the 12800 shots look way better than the grainy images my D70 produces at ISO 1600. Apparently things have improved in the last 7 years.Perhaps I should also replace my record player with one of those newfangled CD player machines.
Naw, CD's are just a passing fad. Keep the Vinyl and your polyester leisure suit!!!!!!
Tape5: Now this is what Canon should have been doing. Creating no nonsense cameras like this. It looks impressive indeed. It gives a legitimate reason for people to dive into the wonderful world of Nikon lenses without having to sell the dog to pay for the camera.
A review well done DPR. Very clever test photos where every photo shows some piece of important info about the camera and its specific capabilities.
This is a good subject good review combination !
Is it too late to get my dogs back???