ogl: I like FZ1000 samples more than RX100MKIII.
Of course, Captain Obvious! :))))
You are funny man...:) D800E - stay with it...:)
Strange remark...The camera has OIS - it's switchable.
I like FZ1000 samples more than RX100MKIII.
ogl: 1" sensor is becoming the new trend...Good.
I mean 1" is good for bridge cameras and for top-compacts. Maybe it could be standart for many compact cameras. 1/1.7" could rest in past. Even 2/3" can't reach IQ of 1" sensor at all ISO. Smaller sensors can compete at minimal ISO with 1", but it's all. As for FZ1000 - I like the samples more than RX100MKIII.
1" sensor is becoming the new trend...Good.
ogl: RX100III's IQ is the level of top compact cameras with 1/1.7" sensor.
RX100III is very expensive.
LX7 - please http://www.penta-club.ru/forum/uploads/post-25954-0-48937800-1401040705_thumb.jpg
Of course, see Q7 gallery - you can find something the same.
LX7 is worse, maybe, at high ISO, but only masochist use P&S camera at high ISO. At low ISO in JPEG no any serious difference.
m4/3 is far better than Sony.
RX100III's IQ is the level of top compact cameras with 1/1.7" sensor.
GX1 Mark II looks much better at low ISO
It's strange, but samples are really good. :) Good job of 1" sensor in hands of Samsung.
Not interesting photos
mike kobal: Sorry, but a sensor size of 44x33mm cannot be called medium format by traditional definition.This is a APMFS-C sized sensor (Advanced Photo Medium Format System type-C)
By the way, m4/3 is very close to APS-C in terms of IQ with very small size of bodies.
falconeyes: This will become the camera with best image quality ever made up to today!
(in terms of DxOMark, it should score around 105 Overall Score and 50MP, even though the jump from 35mm is small (0.79 crop)).
I hope that Ricoh releases the marketing money needed to make this a bold statement for Pentax being overall leader in IQ. The brand needs a bit of hype to make a come back, esp. in the US.
Falconeyes is scientist, no any sense to argue against him.
WRONG. Any sensor bigger than 24*36 mm is medium format.Learn it. Digital era of medium format offers different standarts of middle format sensors. Forget about film time.
By the way, it's the FIRST in the world MF camera with video mode.
iae aa eia: I think it was supposed to be already mirroless, with a nice EVF, and its sensor 56 x 41.5mm, as it was the 645 film frame area. 33 x 44mm looks like what the APS format is to the 135 full-frame, a cropped sensor to cut their investment some slack. Not a true medium-medium. Just medium.
44*33 is one of standart of MF sensor sizes.
I had made photos with 6*6 film for several years. :) Rolleiflex 2.8F.
Dear friend, 56*41.5 mm is a film size. Digital era has new digital medium format sensor sizes. 44*33 mm is the standart for digital MF cameras. The crop-factor is used just for calculating focal ranges. The result from old 11 MP FF camera was not worse than the scanned 56*41.5 mm scanned film. What are you talking about? 51 MP 44*33 mm CMOS sensor is way ahead of scanned film.