Please stop calling interpreters for translators. They require vastly different skills.
Are you quite sure it was not carried out with the services of an interpreter?
Is seems far too cumbersome and time consuming to have everything written into English, which you then read, then reply to in writing in English for the translator to translate into Japanese in writing. An interpreter would just interpret everything on the spot.
E.T. phone home...
Bigger battery, check.Small form factor, eh... no.On/off switch, eh... no.Foveon sensor, eh... not really.
This is hardly a step forward Sigma.Glad I just bought the DP1M so I have the full real Foveon trio.
Naveed Akhtar: Who are the fantastic four who chose the option "I had it" ..
Those four guys that made the presentation videos ;-)
"and a well-considered set of controls" ?!?!?!?!
As a long term E-M5 owner I must ask: for which animal is this the case?
The handling and the menus are awful. And nothing is well considered. And do not get me started on the way firmware is updated.
I bought it for IS, lenses and IQ. And I enjoy it despite the handling and the menus.
Now that just freed one of the function buttons. Thank you VERY much Olympus.
Another request for focus peaking please :-)
"If you've been waiting patiently for 15 years to be able to read DPReview on a white background there is light at the end of the tunnel"
Now that is a real Xmas miracle! Thanks for all your hard work.
marike6: From Page 11
"...but the Df costs as much as the D800, *which* does include the more sophisticated 51-point Mulit-Cam 3500FX system."
Nikon D800 $2996Nikon Df $2746
Adding emphasis via italics can help drive a point home, but it won't make a false statement more true. :-) But seriously, why the claim that the Df is the same price as the D800?
In Europe the Df is almost 50% more than the D800.
Well deserved honours.
Yahoo - myi Digilux 2 just tripled in value.
Kitamura: I want one!I am curious, what does the 'N' stand for?
Don't own the X-system, but them Fujiguys are serious people. Others could learn from them. Excellent info for potential buyers.
the reason: you have to be a special brand of stupid to pay this much for that
@R Butler: There is no camera that offers this IQ and size at that price. The DP2 Merrill offers about the same size at a far lower price and a much better IQ at base ISO. Maybe that the AF is better as well. Of course when you buy the needed batteries the price levels out...
This is good news for Fuji and Sigma. When a camera with this con list gets 79% the 100s will possibly be in the 90+ % and the Sigma DP Merrill line will exceed 100%.
So Sigma is actually listening :-) Would have preferred 90mm, but will not complain. One Billingham bag, The DP1/2/3 Merrills and 21 batteries ;-) and set to go. Thank you Sigma.
That is easy - an Epson R-D2 = an R-D1s with a higher megapixel sensor.
Waste of space camera.
Please make it possible to change colours and text so that background is white and text is black to like on rangefinderforum. If already possible please advice. Thanks in advance.
Hasselblad made this instead of a Digital Xpan?