This one gets filled quick, isn't it :)
For RAW at ISO 1250 this is a very well result! When I looked at it first I took it for ISO 125.
Interested to see how real life images would look from these new cameras. Especially landscape or colorful nature scenes at base ISO's. Just have a feeling that the smaller sensor one will start at over 2000K or somewhere very close.
Lovely images! Some of them do contain much more info, some of them even 3D.
A nice 3D image!
The light is the key! Completely deferent scene of the same land, nice job bringing it to live!
A very interesting theme. Hope you'll repeat this one sometime again.
Waiting for firmware that will fix panorama mode.Thanks!
I'll get that with any current camera with 1/1.7" sensor size and larger.
I agree for 100%, to be 'in right place at right time' is the winner! For that, the camera maker has to come up with a software or something that will pay our bills so we can spend all the time finding the right place and waiting for the right moments to capture those masterpieces!
rodneytoo: I went by the Nikon CES display this morning and asked about the dynamic range on this camera and the new D5 model. The company rep said that Nikon does not publish this information. I asked how the DR with the D810 model. He became defensive, claiming that he had no idea how to three cameras compared but the new models "were good enough to take very nice photos." My final question was, "do they use one of new Sony sensors or something else." He again claimed that he had "no idea." So, I am looking for the DxO test results on these camera's sensors.
All current cameras output enough DR for all types of photo-styles. But there's more important features in a camera, like how fast you need your camera to be in terms of frame rate, fast and precise AF, AF points... I don't understand the need of so much DR.. Well if you really need it you can always HDR it, manually or auto by you preference...
I don't think that DR has much to do with sensor itself, most of it is generated in processing engine, and the curve - tonal range.
Maurizio Mancioli: Wow, amazing, another DX camera from Nikon. What's the point? This is obsolete technology...
turbsy, I agree with you. I wanted to reply to one who is started with the word. My bad.
turbsy, don't try to obsolete something that haven't been tested yet. An interesting camera, but we'll know more after we test it, sometime after March 2016
gordonpritchard: Gee, already 26 people say that they've "had it." Maybe they have a different meaning for the term "had it."
They may want to say, they had enough of it. that's all..