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Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 just bought; maybe LX100?
Olympus EM1, 12-40, 14-150, 60mm Macro

Nikon D700 SOLD; 70-200VR'I'; 28-300VC; 50mm f/1.4 SOLD, various Tamron zooms, Sigma Ultra Wide, ...SB900 Nikon Flash
Canon S100 SOLD; Fuji X10 SOLD; Sony RX100 SOLD


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On Preview:panasonic-lumix-dmc-lx100 (1864 comments in total)

For the USA market, I'm unable to find the Silver version of the LX100. May I ask if anyone knows if the Silver LX100 is coming to the USA or not? Or, is it going to arrive substantially later than the Black LX100?

Pre-orders are only available for the Black LX100.

Thanks in advance.

Posted on Sep 22, 2014 at 23:19 UTC as 166th comment | 1 reply
On article Lytro announces Illum light field camera (348 comments in total)

may i request please that someone knowledgeable educate me on how large the pictures from this camera will be on my computer monitor? i'm quite confused by this point.

i'd like to know so i have a better sense of the size of these images.

i understand that their standard first gen camera (the box-y one) has very small images, which makes them fun and curious and interesting, but ultimately, for me personally at least, more of a curiosity.

however, if this new camera's images are substantially larger, even comparable to a regular point and shoot, it would make this actually practical.

of course, i understand that standard cameras have now gone up to 20MP and onwards, but still, if the physical size on a monitor is not teeny tiny, it would make this new model far less a curiosity and more of a useful tool.

thanks in advance.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 22, 2014 at 15:47 UTC as 89th comment | 4 replies
On Preview:samsungnx200 (187 comments in total)

I'm trying to find out how fast the autofocus really is on the NX200.

My interests are street photography and pet photography, so autofocus speed is essential. Of course, higher ISO (low light low noise) performance is also a key as that essentially is the same as having a faster lens.

May I know if anyone knows how fast the autofocus really is? How responsive? This is still a contrast detection autofocus system so it really can't be as fast as a phase detect autofocus system's speed, right?

Thanks in advance.

Posted on Oct 12, 2011 at 19:47 UTC as 27th comment
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