Alex Sarbu: DPReview, please remove those pictures; your gallery software is making them look much softer than they were on pentax.com.This article became a Pentax-bashing fest because of it.
They're terrible in every respect.
Seriously, I'd be disappointed if that came from my Smartphone lol, it's garbage, even at that tiny size.
I refer you to my original comment, neither meet the definition of "sharp", one's just a bit less of a blurry mess than the other.
I looked at the "originals" and they're the same size, and if you can't make pictures sharp at this size then there's something seriously wrong about them.
Sharper as in taken with vaseline on the lens rather than through a coke bottle?
Who made the lens? coke?
Cool, looks like a very nice camera, I wonder how many suicides we'll see because a feature someone likes isn't present.....
endofoto: This year graphene sensor revolution will become a reality. Cell phone sensors will have more dynamic range than these expensive toy like old fashion cameras. These are the last cameras with this ridiculously high prices trying to fool the consumers. They dont want to accept the change in imaging technology.
You might be right in the long run, but there's absolutely no sign of graphene sensors appearing in any consumer camera any time soon, so it's a moot point until it does.
Riiiight....those Graphene sensored smartphones are just flying off the shelves aren't they.....oh wait....
Excellent, 600 quid for a firmware update, I'll take a dozen....
Photography201: Does Dpreview make actual prints a hard copy. How can you evaluate any lens otherwise. Unless I missed it somewhere
You have Dpreview readers with iPads, iPhones or other devices and with different computer monitors all looking at the same thing.
You have other variables from what picture mode I think it's called is used neutral vivid portrait whatever. Then you have JPEG vs raw and if raw there are different raw developers and who knows who is working on those files.
If Nikon end users are buying this lens who knows the photo background of those individuals
Too many variables.
It wasn't "invented", it evolved from many other languages.
You tell me, you're the expert. I'm using real English, not the one where you made such life enhancing changes such as swapping the letter S for the letter Z and invented longer words such as "burglarized" to replace a shorter word that already existed, and made much more sense.
Maybe you should trying learning it instead of typing rubbish, that would be a good start.
I wasn't trying and the language is known as "English", though I'm guessing you're going to claim it was invented in America of course.
Oh dear, mummy taken your sweeties or have your over-dosed on Rambo again?
@Photography201 Thanks for proving my point ;-)
Don't shut the website down, where would I go for some comedy gold?
Disappointing - if it was a constant F2 pancake style I'd be interested....
papillon_65: That's lovely and all but you've still got to carry it...*yawn*....
Does any enthusiast actually "need" either of these two cameras? I don't think so, if they want one and can afford it that's entirely different. I don't drive a Porsche just in case I get chased by the Police and it would be pretty rubbish for carrying the shopping as well.
Complete overkill unless you're shooting for a living but each to their own.