abortabort: The mirrorless OEMs should have done something like this, rather than bringing out all these tiny mirrorless cams and only gigantor flash units. They make bodies smaller, lenses smaller and flashes... well the same monstrosities as they've always been.
The FL600r is 255 grams without batteries.And 6.1 x 10.4 x 2.8 cm.The nissin is 203 grams without batteries.And 85(H)x61(W)x85(D)mm
at least the body to lens ratio didn't get worse ! LOL
Excellent sample shot! Does away with the nay sayers of the EZ kitlens. Sharp across the board!
Now THIS is a major!!
included: Wireless TTL mode; Supports up to 1/8,000 seconds shutter speed
More here: http://www.nissindigital.com/2014/02/new-products-compact-flash-nissin-i40.html
DPR does a very good job on the reports of the show! Really like what is presented here! Thank you DPR!
Some of the minor quibbles:G1 X Mark II, "It sports a near-SLR-sized sensor" is a hyperbolic statement. Read this first: http://www.dpreview.com/articles/0528662139/canon-powershot-g1-x-mark-ii-a-quick-summary
rocklobster: It's hugely dissappointing to keep hearing about how complex it is to enable the SCP or to change any other configuration parameters. Anybody who has owened a recent Olympus camera will find it quickly and for anyone else there are the forums. This is not a deal breaker by any stretch...
In EU, I related to 3 sellers in person. All three showed the SCP was ON by default in the EM10!
Price is relative only, unless it is extreme. You can NOT compare it to ANYTHING else on the market at the moment. This is a gamechanger. Most will know this after it has been widely acknowledged. And did I hear ZEISS or sealed, macro 0.45-0.38 ?
The one to replace R1 at last.
So, Sony said: let's introduce a very very cheap cam that can take very very good pictures. And DPR says: oh noooo, IT is a very cheap cam. Stear clear of this One. Nice One DPR. But Ama won't like this.
a decent sensor? seriously?dpr lost it completely here. strange bias.this sensor already proved to be the best apsc sensor out there.
Really don't understand the rating of the jpeg compared to OMD em5. In text it seems a lot worse, in bars it's just a tiny hair worse. Whats with this? Both can't be right!
aliquis: Can't I just get a camera which fill the following criteria:1) No mirror box.2) Built in image stabilization.3) APS-C or bigger sensor.4) Decent range of lenses / good lenses the few that exist.
Do 2 and 3 exist in any camera? Why not? Because they want to build them small? If they want to build up look and make it look like a DSLR then ..
Olympus make cameras I would really like if they wasn't four-thirds.
OK, this got me thinking. The color and toning of this pre-view is very strange, not belonging on a "serious" site. It's 400 for starters with the kitlens. "_Ape_ the prof look from Canon and Nikon". For 400?
My first thought was: "Someone has hijacked DPR, must immediately notice the MODS!" Yuk! If not, oh well, life goes on. Gone are the "black boxes" from my screen.
Yess! There it is. Waited just long enough buying my second AM. Glad I did. Gaining the led seems handy for vid and macro work also. Have 2 preordered (to get mc wireless with the nex6).
"The entry-level DSLR market is under continual pressure from large sensor mirrorless models, the best of which offer equivalent image quality in a smaller package." Reality say's: The new Rebel is really a very fine toy, but can't compete on IQ nowadays.
I can't get it! The best MILCS offer far better IQ then the 18mp canon. DPR states this in the conclusions when comparing. So where's the bias?
And again a Canon rebel with 27 pages of review, get real! It's a rehash again. Sorry DPR you are still THE best, but that clearly doesn't mean so much anymore.
27 pages, 27 pages... "And it didn't really deserve a lot of work."
Sad regards Perry
utphoto: I can't fault the IQ, generally speaking of DXO processed images. The problem I have with this program is that I frequently go on a shoot with two camera systems, including a Pentax 645D. DXO still does not process 645D DNG files. That issue, along with a graphical interface that is not as intuitive and 'flowing' as LR4, makes it a non-starter for me, once again. YMMV.
Hear, hear! Well spoken. And to sum it up to Reilly (really?) I've used DOP from the absolute start. From the times the guys didn't even had a proper office in Paris. Doing magic in the kitchen so to speak. AND they really shine! For the measeley euro's they ask its by far the best To Me. regards ;P
The absolute scoring would do it! The one number says it all. But with a floating 100% please. Some others do this (eg chip DE). So far the DPR features are second to NONE!
Really great use of your tools. You ave a good eye. Nice to see the HX20V libelle in je tuin.Looking forward to more A57 shots.
The experience of using DXO Optics Pro for years and closely following DPR growing to excellence for many years made me jump! The combined expertise will no doubt bring joy to enthousiasts. Nice move DPR, congrats!
abortabort: The screen aspect ratios are wrong for the A65 and A77 (and presumably A57). The A33/55/35 all had 16:9 screens, the newer SLTs are 4:3.
still incorrect figures for the screens. Come on Richard, takes a minute.But thanks for the fast and nice previews! That's great!regards perry
very good capture. Makes the subject look good. Shows the best of the 45mm