Artistico: Sony is really becoming a major player in the camera market with the innovations and releases of the last few years. If I go back to full frame again some day, it might just be a Sony. The future release of a stabilised A7s II will be particularly tempting.
For innovations they're leaving Canon and Nikon for dust; though that's about it. Which is the oddest thing about Sony.
Breathtaking! Awesome capture
Rooru S: Alright! Time to make a new comparison between the Nikon 80-400, Sony 70-400 and the new 100-400. Previously, the Canon was no match for the new lenses, but this promises a lot! I'm not a Canon shooter, but I can tell this is a good thing for all brands shooters (Prices will definitely go lower)
Sony's lenses lacked good cameras to put on the end of them though, which they still do. A bit of a design flaw
Yay! Time to pre-order
W5JCK: A grip won't help the crappy IQ from the G7 X.
Needs more 5K video
Because it looks fun :)
I seem to remember owning a Delkin Devices card with 'as used by NATO' on it. It seemed like serious stuff. I wonder who I gave that to :)
Jahled: Typical, just ordered the 750 for work! Mumble
What a fantastic resource. Thanks for that. It actually looks like our supplier can't supply the 700 and will have to honor the order with the new 800! Lucky us :)
How exactly are they going to enforce that? I mean your average Joe or Jane is going to go on a hike in the 'wilderness' with a rucksack..
Ah thanks Wye, needed that :)
Typical, just ordered the 750 for work! Mumble
Daniel L: U give 4k, wifi, touchscreen at $1,800 to all the Crybabies.... Guess what, they will be complaining about no instant social sharing buttons and this five-year long-awaited DSLR is so beyond the curve than their smart phones at $299.
That's the fact.
Fact of what? Your's is yet another pointlessly retarded comment on a forum increasingly renowned for moronic and retarded comments. Bravo, award yourself a cabbage or something
Jahled: The sad part of this is that the monkey almost certainly didn’t press the button, the photographer did. To generate more interest in the photo it was sold to the media on the idea of it being a “selfie” by the animal, and unfortunately that strategy has somewhat backfired…I would imagine he’s a bit regretful now, but then the photo would not be so well known if he had not taken that approach…
The sad part of this is that the monkey almost certainly didn’t press the button, the photographer did. To generate more interest in the photo it was sold to the media on the idea of it being a “selfie” by the animal, and unfortunately that strategy has somewhat backfired…I would imagine he’s a bit regretful now, but then the photo would not be so well known if he had not taken that approach…
Is this the same 'US Copyright Office' who granted Amazon that white background patent? It's all a bit far out and mental isn't it
mwstebbins: Nearly criminal that it was torn down! :-(
I would have said that was a librarian's absolute nightmare. Imagine dropping a book off one of those balconies in the first picture and what a hassle it would have been to get the book and get back to where you were! Not for the faint hearted as well :)
That is quite a library!
Thsoft: Why No 4K Video ?
Simply, why bother. It's not much more than a gimmick on DSLR bodies, as the Canon 1Dc has shown, so what is the point?
Gesture: Why gloat?
Because it's vaguely amusing