Dear Webmaster of DPR,I would really appreciate it if I could at least have the option to skip this silly page and go directly form the News page or emails that I receive, to the actual test or article and skip this page entirely. It wastes my time and your resources - please think about adding a direct link button or something, pretty please.
Thanks for the pics DPReview. Did you perhaps take any motion panorama pics with the converter attached? It would be nice to compare 2 motion panorama pics, one with and one without the wide adater attached, to see if one gets more vertical view, especially taken in the portrait orientation?
Well done Nikon - the classic 50mm. It should be very usable, even wide open. The pricing is spot on too. I'm sure this lens will sell like hot cakes. :)
I wonder why these Epson Rangefinders never got tested by DPReview? Looks interesting enough.
Love the concept, just wish it started at slightly wider 24mm - then it would have been on my shopping list for sure. I expect the image quality will be very good, even at higher ISO. Nicely done Canon for bringing a new innovative option to the market and I do believe that this is the right direction for the G-series to take and become a force to be reconned with once more.
johnparas11zenfoliodotcom: do any of the new pen record in stereo?
E-P3 for sure does stereo, not sure about the other 2
I wonder if new clip-in flash unit will work with the E-P2. Does anyone know?
Hate to sound negative, as I really hoped the 'improved' sensor would be a duzi. It seems that the jpg output is very, very similar to the E-PL1. Personally, I would have liked Olympus to stick with a Panasonic sensor for once, like the one in the G3, which I think is really excellent in detail, even at very high ISO. I would really like to see the dynamic range comparisons, as I suspect that not that much has changed in that department either. I do like the other overdue changes, like: fast AF, AF-assist light, flash with remote and better screen.
I like the afordability offered with these additional lenses - most companies ask more, not less, for their speciality lenses. Nicely done Pentax.