and I say why not? if some like to drive a Lamborghini why not to spend 10 grand or more for a fancy Italian design camera? if I had the big bucks I would consider getting one of these beauties as well
great set up, I always liked Olympus cameras
very nice and very sharp
this is an amazing shot, one of the best street photo I've seen in a long time, it's got it all, mood, colours, depth , movement , really great shot
nice shot, lovely doggie
nice, very realistic view
great image though
whoever has attempted street photography knows how difficult it can be to come up with a good scene, I just got myself the E PM 1 and I think it's small enough for the street candid photos
nice, well done, works great in B & W
whoodle: What's the deal with the still pic comparison of the bridge under 'Detail'?
Both of the Canon images...unsharpened & sharpened...show a LOT more detail & clarity than the Nikon ones. Look at the bricks in the support tower...the Nikon images barely register that there are individual stones/blocks, where the Canon ones not only define them superbly, they show the different COLORS of the blocks!
How then does Mr. Chung say that the Nikon has better resolution?
I would say Nikon did better.
Ruy Penalva: Very hard to compare but I bet than Canon is better than Nikon
Excuse me Ruy but on what facts do you base your bet? In this test Nikon gives us better looking images.Nikon has better colour rendition and more accurate exposure. Based on this test I would without any doubt pick the D800.
from what I could see I would pick the D 800