Panasonic GF-1, Sony NEX-5, Pentax K-r, and misc othersCompacts: Canon S95
Panasonic Manufacturing needs to rediscover the fine lost art of ENGRAVING.
fuego6: Why another product from ACDSee? They have Pro 6 and ACDSee 15.. .so where the heck does this fit in and why? Another money grab? I'm confused!
ACDSee 15 vs ACDSee Photo Editor 6: Right now, on its web store, the company is selling the former product at half price - $24.99. My guess is that this is a closeout sale, and that Photo Editor 6 is being positioned as the replacement.
On dPreview editorial policy: Are we to understand that dPreview is an apologist for the technical, esthetic, and commercial decisions of Adobe? Or do the opinions expressed solely belong to the particular writer, and are not necessarily indicative of the views of dPreview management?
Forget the detail comparisons and pixel-peeping. This camera will sell on its two basic strong points: One, it is a reasonably priced full-frame prosumer DSLR (matched only by the Nikon D600); and two, it is the lightest and most compact full-frame DSLR currently on the market (or soon to be). In fact, in the FF 35mm digital camera space, only the Leica M9 & M9P & M9-monochrome and the new Sony RX-1 are smaller.
John Romas: Why Sony removed the infrared remote sensor from the Nex-N5 which the Nex-5 has? That's just mean! :( And why there is no mention in the article about this (apart from the specs) ?
Regarding this statement on Page 3 of the Sony NEX-5N review: "The 5N retains the NEX-5's shape, but adds a soft rubber coating to the grip"This contradicts my experience and the experience of other forum members of this website. The truth is that while the NEX-5 sported a rubbery material on the grip area, the follow-on NEX-5N uses hard plastic with a texture that mimics a rubbery material.