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 $164,900 depending on camera and features
a take 2 please !
In general, at f2.8 on DX at 35mm, the DOF is to wide.....
If we look at the first sample image at f2.8....it's a "typical" street photographye.....it is very sharp !!! ...but the DOF is too depth....
a f1.4 lens will be great :)
f2.8....4 fps.....external viewfinder....and 1100$ (+ few hundred for the external viewfinder)......no way !
They got me with the D600 crap (vs the new D7100)
no more Nikon for me!
They need a Wireless version now...
where you take the exposure with the Iphone...change de setting remotly and with liveview you take shot...and look at the picture on the Iphone (or Ipad)....
That will be a killer app !!! :)
The D7100's 'OK' button can be assigned to one-click magnification in playback mode - a real time-saver when reviewing images, and an omission that we criticised in the full-frame D600. It's a small thing, but good to see.
Dammmmmm !!!....i hate more and more my D600.......
To expensive for Android
You can use DSLR Dashboard for Android with TP-Link router TL-MR3040 (search on B&H...and same as CamRanger) with the software OpenWrt.org
50$ solution.......not 300$...
5.4 lbs.....to heavy for a 37 liters !!!
That's a mistake from many bag cie...
After 10 minutes....you will break your neck....it's not confortable!
For me...it's a very good combination.
Smaller than the D800 (and my D3S) for hiking....great !The D800....36mp is to much.......24mp is just right....great!But a bit slow at 5.5 fps....not so great!The 1/8000 sec missing is not a deal breaker......how often we use 1/8000 sec....If the image quality is approx equal to the D800 ...including DR et Noise....that will be great! Let's wait for good sample image before ordering one.I also hope the video will be sharper then the D4.....but the D600 with clean HDMI also...it's great!Please....no bug for this one...like on the D800 focus issue....:)
I post comment on iTune with few suggestions.....they where remove fast!
The idea is great, but the user interface is not good in the field.
It's difficult to set exact value with the small slider....Some label are to small for reading....they should review the UI....
ps: i am Ipad and Android dev
hummm....pretty good...for an entry body!
Just need raw now :)
What about intervalometer for TimeLapse? the minimum interval time and maximum number of picture? Any user manual available for the values?
It can be a very good body for timelapse...for that price...
Please...don't forget some D800E sample images and comparaison with the D800...if it's possible...in a near futur !
Wait a minute...the battery grip MB-D12 is 616$ !!!
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