snapa: That HAS to be one one the ugliest cameras ever made. At least they did finally make a much better sensor with some great handling. It also does have very nice IQ and low light capability! Too bad they are asking so much for it.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Dismayed: Whatever. But did they really have to put 'Solutions' in the name of the new company? It seems to be the latest MBA idiocy.
I see it cropping up all over consulting company web sites. Just another fad.
Skipper494: Can never understand why people think that a third party knows a camera manufacturer's RAW algorithm better than the camera manufacturer and, of course, the latter's converter comes free.
Sorry, Dougbm_2, but Nikon Capture NX2 is dead. It's only useful if you intend to never buy a new camera or update to a newer OS. I liked it, even if it was horribly slow. But it's time to move on.
Whatever. But did they really have to put 'Solutions' in the name of the new company? It seems to be the latest MBA idiocy.
Mateus1: Everything is great about X-E2 apart from plastic and "waxy" high iso jpg oefrormance.... 3200-6400 images look terrible, no details, they are worse compared to X-E1. In this area X-E2 is a big dissapointment... it's is sad that Fujifilm is deaf to all pleas of many X-E2 users to solve it in new firmware.
Well-known problem with Fuji jpg. Shoot RAW and you'll be fine.
A truly inspired composition! You are the Ansel Adams of digital photography!
The price point is absurd when compared to the Sony NEX or to the Samsung NX lines.
sierranvin: How interesting, Nikon. @ $400/MP, this fab D4s is equivalent to the Sony a7R being priced at $14,400! Except the a7R only costs $2,300, or $63/MP!Who's your friend?
(And thanks in advance to everybody who is about to tell me MP don't matter...)
Sounds as if you'd be happiest with a cell phone camera. You'll minimize your $/MP.
I'd opt for a Crown Graphic instead. Much more capable and flexible, and only a bit heavier.