Jay Kelbley: Production cameras with first production release firmware are shipping now.Higher ISO image samples will be flooding the pages shortly.
This camera is spectacular!
I'm pretty sure Barney meant it in good humor..
Production cameras with first production release firmware are shipping now.Higher ISO image samples will be flooding the pages shortly.
Stephan Def: Do another Video, go into more details, post samples somewhere, Flickr, Google+ whereever. This stuff gets looked at... practice presenting more, if your first Video is just so so, then pull it off and do a better one...
Anyways Kudos to Samsung and Dpreview for the coverage from Photokina, lets see some more of this :-)
p.s what you could consider doing is letting people ask questions about the nx1 online and then give the answers to them... for example I'd be interested to see how some of those permium lenses look on other smart cameras like the nx300 just for fun... I'd also like to know much more about the connectivity options, wifi, nfc, bluetooth. lets see some action fotos with high frame rates...
There are several videos on YouTube with additional details:
Haim Hadar: Wow, I always find this kind of technological pioneering fascinating.I'm really curious though, considering that the lens didn't look particularly fast, especially with a combined 3X TC, and '91 CCDs not being super sensitive how long you have to aim it at anything that far and how do you stabilize the camera for this long on a spacecraft.
The sensor in that camera had (by today's standards) HUGE (16 um) photosites.. I believe it had a Kodak M3 sensor in it..
The best "public" history (I believe) is here:http://www.nikonweb.com/files/DCS_Story.pdf
Yamaki-san was a great innovator, and one of the most honorable men in the industry.
I will miss him...
Hmmm....Why no Samsung NX200 in the roundup photo?
It's top in resolution of all of the shipping cameras..
Very much in the running for "best image quality"..