Impulses: $1,000 huh... Looks like the G7x, LX100, et al haven't provided quite enough competition to the RX100 line, Sony keeps bumping the price every year. Way to dash my hopes of picking up a cheaper V when the IV came out Sony... Tho the GM1 had diminished my lust for it to a certain extent already. Maybe they'll launch what I'd really like, a cheaper/slimmer stripped down RX90 (RX1000?) sans flip screen, EVF, hotshoe, etc.
Here is the data given at the Sony site mentioned by Rooru:Quality Priority: 240fps/250fps (1,824x1,026), 480fps/500fps (1,676x566), 960fps/1000fps (1,136x384)/Shoot Time Priority: 240fps/250fps (1,676x566), 480fps/500fps (1,136x384), 960fps/1000fps (800x270)
The above spec list says 'no' for GPS yet Nikon's press release and Dpreview's hands on article say it does have GPS. I believe the spec list needs to be corrected.
peevee1: "Max resolution 4240 x 3832"
Huh? 1.1:1 ratio, almost square? Are you sure DPR? And it does not look like 12mpix to me. :)
Sony site's spec pdf (cited by 'discbrake' above) says it's 4240 by 2832. dPreview's specs must have been a typo.
4240 x 2832 would get the 12 megapixels...typo?
David Stahl: It would be nice to know which camera is which amongst the six photos posted -- it appears we have some of each.
Ok,I figured it out; first three pix are the ZS-40, and last three pix are the ZS-35.
It would be nice to know which camera is which amongst the six photos posted -- it appears we have some of each.
At last, a bridge camera with a decent EVF!!! 1.44M dots!!! When you're shooting video of eagles, 200K won't do it.
peevee1: From the press-release: "the STYLUS SZ-16 iHS is optimized for moviemaking with 1080p Full HD video and Multi-Motion Movie Image Stabilization to record virtually blur-free videos even when the camera is moving. Its 16-megapixel CMOS sensor combined with the TruePic™ VI image processor"
From DPR text: "The SZ-16 iHS uses Olympus' previous-generation TruePic V processor"
DPR is probably wrong, and it IS the current-gen TruePic VI.
DPR specs don't match current Olympus site specs re CCD v. CMOS sensor, ISO, and digital zoom.
The above commentary for the Panasonic ZS 25 is not quite correct -- the right panel says it has a 25x zoom while the picture of the camera in the left panel shows 20x; the separate Dpreview specs for ZS 25 also indicate a 20x zoom.