pgphoto_ca: Be carefull....it's not a f2.8-f4 with this sensor (2.7x crop)....it's f5.6-f8 or more.......the crop factor need also to be apply to the aperture :)
A real 400mm f4...is much bigger ! :)
we are not talking focal lens or field of view....but aperture :)
it's confusing !
I prefer saying it's a F7.6-10.9 on that camera...and with such aperture...the quantity of light is not good enough for some application.......forget the field of view.......it's not f2.8...it's false information :)
you are right....2.7x X 2.8...almost f7.1 ....even worst :) f11...not very good for sport and bird :) loll
Sorry Richard but field of view is focal length not aperture :)
it's not a f2.8...with a small sensor :)
Olympus don't apply crop factor to the aperture lens. Canon and Nikon do :)
Be carefull....it's not a f2.8-f4 with this sensor (2.7x crop)....it's f5.6-f8 or more.......the crop factor need also to be apply to the aperture :)
I went to the store to play with the A6000...not bad...but plastic feeling !
One thing I really don't like....when I move the camera to my belt even at few inches from my shirt...the monitor turns off...the EVF eye detection is to sensitive.....need to force the monitor to be always on in some situation and/or use a F button to switch...
I will do some research on that :)
Strange....many image in the review look blurred at 100%....!!! dam...
Dam....all different focal length gallery but no lens spec....:)
Very very nice camera....and the price for the body is ok ...it's piece of art !!!
BUT the price for a not spectacular EFV (with GPS) (600$ with average spec.)...the battery at 140$ ....the M adapter at 600$ and the lens at almost 2000$ each....doesn't make sense.
The body + 23mm + EVF = almost 5000$ !!!
The should include the EFV free to start and reduce a bit the price of the lens...
or make a special package Body+23mm+EFF for around 3800$ max...
16-56mm F3.5-5.6 zoom costs $1750 !!!
23mm F2 prime will set you back $195 !!!
Out !........No way....I don't need to review the spec...
Not great for 800 ISO and full of chromatic aberration...bad lens!
No lens spec !
Dam Nikon! Why they can't design something better :)
Better/bigger grip, bigger sensor, "classic" aperture and speed dial...
Another mirrorless fail :) dam
The chief engineer should be fire....!!! Is that so difficult to look what make the competition great and better....? like the OM1 ....
1/10 sec. at ISO 50.....lollllllll..please....trash this image....
Real bad images !!! Shutter speed too low...not sharp at all !
No good photographer at DPreview ?
please trash those images....
Image quality first....with the D4 sensor, you can not go wrong!
That's Nikon :)
Boerseuntjie: There is just two things that is keeping me from getting these camera's and it's big deal for me, no silent shutter mode and IBIS, I will praise Sony for their engineering and these cameras look amazing but I will stick with NEX-6 for now.If these cameras had IBIS they would have been killer.
no silent shutter mode and IBIS.....good point !
I am looking for a second system to my D800E......I don't need 36 mp for a second body.
DAM...The Sony A version (24mp version) should have no OLPF like the 36mp version and a bit more FPS......otherwise it's almost a small D600
Hummmm....Are they the same sensor then the Nikon D800E and D600....in smaller body ? :)
Nikon should come with a similar body !
Cool feature !!!
but Nkon forget the most important thing ......image quality first !!!
the sensor is to small to invest in this system...
I call it a system....because it's an interchangeable lens camera
For me, the E-P5 has a slight better ISO over the GX7 at 800 ISO. approx 1/2 stop diff.
Image quality is prime for me. I just hope Panasonic will improve a bit the ISO before they release the GX7...
go go go Pana !
only $109,900 to $164,900 depending on camera and features
a take 2 please !