MarioSS: Very nice astro photo and super good post processing.
Good Morning Mario!
Thx - it's quite a learning process to get results like this...and still more to learn in the future.;-)
Michael S.: Ahhh...48 Canon-fanboys so far who "had it" already!
That calculated in, 48 Canon-users must now be selling their gear on Ebay.;-)
@justmeMN - there be some of the ML-fraction but the main percentage will be C-users...now after the have tested the D500 they are going to sell their C-gear on Ebay.;-)
@AbrasiveReducer - they will want to sell NOW - not later when the D500 is broadly available cause the price they get for their C-gear is NOW a bit higher than later in a few months.
Ahhh...48 Canon-fanboys so far who "had it" already!
Ahh...so far 28 CANON-fanboys "had it".
Oh boy, always those kiddies.
zavart: I have sigma merrill DP1 and DP2 and DP3 and they all have cost me less than 1/3 of the price of Leica ! Quality wise I think they all produce even better pictures than Leica. Just visit this site and tell me that I'm wrong ;) http://sigma-dp.com/DP2Merrill/samplephoto.html
Does Daddy you not buy a new camera? So upset?
pictureAngst: Great to see Nikon innovating again - can only be good for the industry and for us
Can't say...what I can say is, that if you press the AF-button or hold the shutter-release on a D800 it will focus during video.
According D500 - I'm looking forward getting a test sample in the next weeks (Nikon Pro) and than I'll know a lot more - how much faster and more accurate the new AF-system is, how good the IQ is and how it works together with the 200-500mm telelens.
Haha..."70D" - are you serious?
For sure not the hottest selling product CANON has/had...else they would not exist as a company anymore.
For example:+) new AF-System+) new mirror mechanics
So - much more than anything Canon has done in the last decade!
If you can't afford the Leica - stop posting your fanboy-blabla about the Sigma DPx cameras.
princecody: I'll put my EM1 & Nocticron in Monotone mode against this Goliath anyday of the week in a side by side comparison.
@princecodyYou've never ever used a Leica lens, you're just jealous - anyday you'll loose with your EM1 against the Leica.It's overpriced, sensor not up to date technology BUT the lenses without motordrive beats your EM1 by far in combination with the Leica M body.
Michael S.: Canon does show a bit more details/resolution at iso100 than the D810, but less than the 645Z.
And at iso800 - holy cow! The Canon files disintegrates already...so much green/red patterns already at this quite "low" iso! Take a look in the studio comparion around the coins! Cleary looses even to the D810 already.
Excuse me - but what nonsense do you want to convince me off?Buying a 50MP camera and than you're reducing, resizing it to 18, 20 MP to argue - "uhh, has comparable noise" ?!!
Canon does show a bit more details/resolution at iso100 than the D810, but less than the 645Z.
Michael S.: What a nonsense putting 50MP on an 36x24mm sensor. There is no Canon lens that is capable to resolve those tiny pixels.
I used the whole area, not only on side - so my calculations.According lenses - hehe, of course the sweet spot of all lenses is in the center - but what you wrote won't make a landscape photographer happy - and in my understanding, those 5Ds has been made for studio photographers AND landscape photographers.
@mikesco: What? Why should the pixel size be the same? In the 7D Mk II its about 4.1microns.In the 5Ds now about 3.4microns if I calculated it correct. A 6D has about 6.6 microns, so twice that of the 5Ds.
@jgardia - I wrote "Seeing is believing"...we'll see.
@mantra - that's fanboy talk - there are new lenses too, a 24-70 mk II coming up for Nikon - so keep in mind and the pixel size of the D800 is already down to 4.8 microns.
What a nonsense putting 50MP on an 36x24mm sensor. There is no Canon lens that is capable to resolve those tiny pixels.
*lol* ..."to celebrate production of 100 Mill Canon lenses". Truth is CANON does not sell so much lenses as before.Maybe the should think more about that instead of using such easy to overcome PR.
If I've calculated correct - sensor size about 6,2 x 4,7mm.With its 14MP that should be around 1,4um.
Would not expect to be a high-iso killer!
Despite BEING a good camera, the OM-D for sure is not the "BEST" of the year 2012.
Just mobilized the whole Oly/m4/3 forum very good.