That's my home!!!
I'm sure others have stated... but still no better ISO/sutterspeed limit controls??? Excited for everything else nonetheless.
Dsnoir I think the negative commenters' point is, that on a photography site we don't need/want these kind of slice and dice techniques... I'm sure there's plenty of photoshop forums out there for that. I'm also sure the majority of photographers on this site would appreciate more articles on photographic technique, basic PP or physics behind photography and cameras and lenses.
I don't get it, the sky in the first photos looks equally "exciting". Some simple lightroom/darkroom work on the first photo would do the trick. Doesn't seem like photography to me, seems more like arts and crafts.
why no love for X-Mount? Fuji and Sigma not friends?
ha, "wahaca" Mexico... classic
It's kind of like an NEX, but uglier.
Am I sad to be heading towards leaving Nikon? Thanks for making it a clear no Nikon.
Perhaps if you put an APS-C(or FX sensor while we're at it) in smaller FE styled mirror-less body and called it the "Nikon Digital-F" rather than releasing your nikon 1 system... you may have got a little more attention.
Interesting indeed, but not for me. Looking at this gives me a headache. Give me the three or four most important controls that I use all the time on the body... and leave the ones I set and leave alone in the menus. Give me a set of three primes and I'll happily cary them around with me because of one simple fact; they will blow away any zoom lens.
But don't get me wrong, there's obviously two schools of thought; you're highlighting one, I happen to prefer the other.
1. Ultimate control, speed, and versatility above quality.
2. Unmatched quality, sharpness, depth, and simplicity with the sacrifice of speed, versatility, and maybe some control.
Good job on going for it with the design... But for me, I think companies like Fuji and out-of-my-budget-leica have already designed exactly what I'm looking for; best part about their cameras: they're for sale.
DavidRiesenberg: I still prefer my idea of the perfect camera :)http://davidriesenberg.com/archives/262
Agreed, I like your idea much better, M9-like or not.