Segaman: Canon is here to stay
they will come back, you know it.....
Crotach: Jesus, at this price who would want to buy it? You can get full frame for less!
I am with you on this one CrotachWay too much for most of the crowd here.....But they are setting a new standard, prices will go down...in time
Canon is here to stay
I would buy this and not a D750 like suggest the reviewer.Its seems promising, very
Wow, mostly Nikon trashing Canon, such a pity to see some users here, really
I am surprise no one talk bout Dynamic Range ;-)
Michael Wilkinson: So many negative comments from people with no vision of potential uses.How many of you purchased say a Hasselblad Superwide for specific jobs,I did.It paid off too.This will be the same.The people who want top quality images and whose reputation on providing them will buy this.If you are looking just at cost and are happy with your point and shoot its not for you.There are people for whom it will make a great tool .
I dig you, so many lame comments, remember who they are, its a small crowd!
pfac: Well me, I'm kind of glad so many folks already have determined they dislike this camera; better chance getting one at the onset. I like working on a tripod, outside, and think it will be a hoot. Good evidence suggests low ISO noise in shadows will be a 1.5 to 2 x stops better than !Dx and likely less pattern noise than my 5D3, which I love with the great L lenses. Rented the Sony A7II with FE lenses and metabones for a week. Yes, less pattern noise at 100 ISO in recovered shadows. Ergonomics, batteries, lenses, sensor dust magnet--not my cup of tea for now. Maybe in a bit of time. Maybe a bit heavy and not as forward thinking as Sony--Canon 5D3 and great lenses make for incredible photos if one uses them. I'll stick with it for now and look forward to the 5DSR that I preordered.
please dont pay attention to the comments here, most of them are from people who use another brand and they are jealous!!!!
chillgreg: Ren Kockwell called the X100T the best camera in the world. Which gives even more credence to the DPR Silver award. Well done Richard!
Hey silverfoxThe reviewer back him up on this nasty remark.That is a shame, but hey......what can we do about it?There should be a dislike button
chillgreg: I have ZERO regrets choosing the incredible Ricoh GR over the Fuji. Half the price, and in many ways the better camera!
He is allowed to speak out for his product, just like 35% of people do on this forum.Is it a cool thing, not sure.
Boss of Sony: This is certainly a fun and attractive camera to use and own. Just about and fun and attractive as a camera can get. However, I feel its capabilities as a photographic tool are slightly over-rated.
Best way to find out, is rent one for a week and TRY IT first.Fuji makes some of the finest cameras in that style.
another seaside shot :Ogreatttttt lens!
Sucama: If I change my d7100, will by 7DMKII . not d7200 BYe Bye Nikon, Welcome Canon...
It must be cause my friend has the D610 and both are images are the same, only that her shadows seems more black.....at higher ISO
Most people think that Nikon as some edge, my canon pics looks as good as any other brands, sorry if you dont share this opinion.I have learn that good lenses, and good light, and good technique can go a lonnnnnnnng way
Try the 7D2 before talking.
Great shot, with fast AF, a Canon shot
oselimg: Another exercise by Dpreview to get more clicks so they can get more advertisers in. Unfortunately that's the internet publishing for you. Ooops I've just done it too. :-)
RichardBalonglong: I see three kinds of people here in the comments section:1) One who bashes the camera2) One who bashes the photographer who used the camera3) One who bashes other comments
Where is DXO dynamic range test fits in?126.96.36.199.1Its all it talks about over this forum
Yep, they are called useless gear heads!Not happy with their life!I'm happy for Olympus to make some nice products!