neatnclean: Euro 899 for "quarter-format" mFT or 1499 for a "full-format" 36x24 sensored mirrorless cam ... same body size. hmmmm. :-)
"full-format" & "quarter-format" LOLit is 35mm format. not the center of the world, jesus!
ealvarez: I was about ready to get a GX7. Now I want this more.
GX7 has a whole lot more lens options...
Toccata47: The only point that matters is autofocus speed...I may have missed it, but I didn't see any commentary on this.
speed can be quality as well...
RichRMA: Almost, but quite as ugly as the Nikon V1.
Steve Phillips: I know it's early days .... but do you know if you will be able to use Leica M Mount lenses ( with Adaptor ) in Full Frame Mode ?Could be interesting !
they don't need one. read the blogs and threads. i have the feeling, that almost everyone pre-ordered one anyway...
Bastian Junker: Fuji Xpro 2 fullframe - yes, please.....please:-)
you know how expensive leica M glas is, right?
and DSLR: what good does the mirror do? when phase contrast is standard on all sensors, you could lose the mirror...
Tandua: very Pro Sony specs: Weather sealed
fuji x-pro1> nofuji x-e1 >nofuji x100s> no
fuji x-e2 ?...imho...no!
in a raining days...you are going to stop it
do you really go and shoot in the rain? i mean, do you??
Kendunn: Just what the world needs, another lens mount! Cameras do look impressive, though.
@dynaxx ironic, isn't it? do people read these preliminary reviews?
KW Phua: I am waiting for MF sensor to put into this camera before I will buy. With same price. With the same lens.
he means, he won't buy until sensor size is up to DIN A7.
Northgrove: I can't believe they did it. I mean coupling a 8x lens with a 1" sensor. I thought the lens would get too large, but this is a technological marvel and pretty awesome. Sony shows their skills in compactification once again.
Sure, it'll be expensive for a compact, but it'll also be the best compact superzoom that currently exists and will exist for some time.
but the size... THE SIZE!
HSway: I like the selection of lenses released at the launch very much. The f4 mid-range zoom is voted the first interest lens on SAR. Speciality lenses will be certainly added. Nikon users ask for compact 35 affordable prime long time. I read the 35/2.8 is only 120g. Very in line with the main concept of the A7 Alphas. If they are very good wide open it all comes spot on. Road map that just showed up confirms the next lenses coming are f4 UWA and large aperture prime.
It seems the camera is equipped with traditional f.p. shutter. It’s loud and a distinct mechanical aspect of the camera, I can understand it. But the trend is different and soft sounding shutters such as in d7000 line and d600 are very popular, including the Q mode. I didn’t see any quiet/silent mode reference re Alphas 7. This shutter can cause problems, and likely to induce vibrations during its mirrorless shutter cycle in tiny bodies. Still probably a profitable choice for the mass market. /
it does with a moving sensor. this thing, i don't think you will see shutter shock.
mediman30: It would have been nice if DPR can post some pictures of this new A7 with another full frame DSLR to compare the size difference. Thanks in advance! Oooopsss...I just found it! Thanks DPR!
same size as E-M1. works for me...
bluevellet: Wow, finally the review is done.
Essentially, the camera is similar to the E-P3 but with updated tech (which DPR very much likes) and shutter shock (DPR no likey). I don't think I've ever experienced shutter shock on Oly cameras, but I'll take DPR's word for it.
I'm still surprised the camera was rated as high as it did considering how relatively low past Pen models were rated before.
I was considering the E-P5, but I think the E-M1 tickles more my fancy for essentially the same money (if you consider the E-P5-17mm-VF4 package deal). I'll probably wait for the next-gen for a smaller, lower cost model as an altertive (something like like an E-PL7). Always nice to have options though.
FF NEX is just around the corner but the heavily rumored high price of admission and slow primes make it less appealing to me. I'd rather get a D600 or a A99 for the money with some cheap f1.8 primes.
not all, my friend.take the RX1, for example.or, by margin, the leica models (they are huge to some, but not bulky)or wait for the new sony FF models...
dejongj: I don't get this...I've had my EP5 since early July here in the United Kingdom. Shot several thousand photos since then, and never seen this double image DPReview is talking about...Very odd...
true. makes me wonder, what exactly is responsible. i was looking forward buying one. seems save to bring your laptop to your dealer and examine the camera prior to use for that issue...
Mirrorless Crusader: Also it's a joke that the SL1 gets gold and this gets silver
i have fun reading this :D
ThePhilips: "The issue is most prevalent at shutter speeds between 1/80th and 1/250th of a second, and most obviously visible when using short telephoto lenses [...]"
Wow. That's a biggie. No, that genormous and unacceptable for a camera positioned that high.
P.S. Gotta try to see whether the touch AF would do anything with the shutter shock on my GX7.
which limits are that?
Elite83: It's a nice device, but I can't see spending that kind of money on an ILC that wasn't even APS-C.
so many times i read about "shallow DOF", as if that is the holy grail in photography.for me, DOF very often ruins tings.
though it's a thing, you can learn, many people are just overstrained.
one example, where a guy shot a em5 with a voigtlander lens mountet. here, the LENS was the main issue. but due to the shallow DOF, you hardly can see the lens details... fail for me
RichRMA: Knew it wasn't as good as the E-M5. I still think the images are less sharp out of camera.
i don't see that
DELETED88781: Its over! deadThey need to develop FF based on that tech
sony a99 vs p5 with 35mm FOV
true, there are a lot of options. A A99 would not be in my scrapbook though. it is soo huge and bulky!
here is a comparison with 35mm lenses:http://camerasize.com/compact/#377.60,459.383,ha,t