Fave Photog: A fool and his money are soon parted! Will there be 100 fools worldwide who buy this boondoggle?
At a price of almost $3,000 USD!!! Fixed lens...what was Sony thinking? 1/2000th max shutter speed...what was Sony thinking? Have to delve into a menu to make changes, such as shutter speed, etc...what was Sony thinking? No way to securely grip the camera with one hand...what was Sony thinking? No optical viewfinder...what was Sony thinking?
The list of what was Sony thinking is near endless. Pity the fool who buys into this boondoggle!
I totally see your point, just remember that its whats behind the camera that makes the art. comfortable convenient gear is just more comfortable and convenient it does not make better pictures. At the end of the day its just light being refracted onto a medium.
Dick53: ' STILL OR BEING FIRE'?In the Netherlands are firearms prohibited.This is a shame that they are not prohibited in al the countries.....
How is it a shame?
james skibsted: Fourteen years for possession in this State
Could you please elaborate?
Why are they charging more for taking out the AA filter????????????
The ones done by the landscape photographer are simply not very good pictures due to the fact that they are boring compositions but the ones done by the journalist show the sharpness of the lens it's no Leica lens but the results look as good as any cropped frame dslr. I would be interested to see the performance of the other lenses.
A bit off topic but does anyone know what is going to happen with Leica sensors?
If they could incorporate this into a every camera then I would be excited.
I can add this to my dream list. FUJI X-PRO1 -Leica M9-Leica MP (Yes I still shoot with film along with digital)
Could you imagine if they made tv's or computers with this display. It would look better than life but cost more than anything.
I Think Leica should be on the list I mean 20,000 S body and 8000 for an M body.
Anyone know who this song is by.
Hey what camera did you use for this shot of your 1911, it's very crisp