(unknown member): Rishi Sanyal commented that the a6300 might be the at least 1 full stop better in RAW SNR in comparison to a6000.
>By Rishi Sanyal (1 month ago)>>If it's the same sensor in the X-Pro2, the high ISO performance is >significantly improved. At least one whole stop in Raw, which we'd certainly >hope in fact since the original a6000 was an under-performer in this regard.
I don't see any such thing, I have to be frank. Minor DR and SNR improvements - yes. Anything noticeable - no.
Not much in it, see here:http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Sony_Alpha_A6300/noise.shtml
Its a Samsung NX Mini. Samsung can't be accused of copying this time.
I have owned the X30 since launch, and spent a lot of time trying to get the best from it. I think it is a very well designed camera for serious photographers. Being a smaller sensor I have found you need to get close to your subject at short focal distances, the magnification of the smaller sensor will give poor distant details. Despite Fuji's reputation for great jpeg I have found sharpness and noise reduction far better using Aperture raw with nr off, detail and sharpness at 15 and 40 respectively. Using the Histogram always ETTR which matches the Standard Provia preview quite well.
This camera is so good the miseries are relying on non integrated flash as a life or death issue. You couldn't make it up.
itsastickup: Another bokeh-less fast lens for m4/3.
And paying a lot of money for it too.
No bokeh no buy.
Itsastickup. You are typical of the 35mm amateur. I suggest you educate yourself:-
AP's vendetta against Olympus continues. They? have been dragging this morsel out for most of the year.
WilliamJ: "a new 12-megapixel CMOS image sensor ensure outstanding imaging results in all photographic situations, including unfavorable lighting conditions"...
True ? As this camera is based on the Panasonic FZ200 model that has been widely pointed out for its weakness in low light situations (which is desolating for me as I'd planned to buy one) how could the Leica model be better ? Is there something that we should know about a special improvement that makes the Leica camera better than its twin Panasonic camera ?
No irony inside, just a technical question.
M4/3 is a squarer ratio than APS-C, otherwise it is a similar size to Canon APS-C. How about those 36 mega pixels crammed onto the D800?
Ropo16: Raist3D.Exactly what you have spent years doing on 4/3 forum!
Most saw through your token interest as a ploy to save yourself from being completely ostracised.Now you spend your time defending the mickey mouse Pentax Q you purchased.
Raist3D.Exactly what you have spent years doing on 4/3 forum!
Ropo16: SDYUE are you the worst marketeer ever employed by Canon, or just someone with a severe disorder?
So that confirms it. You are delusional.
SDYUE are you the worst marketeer ever employed by Canon, or just someone with a severe disorder?
Ropo16: The Olympus E-30 had this in 2009. Another solution looking for a problem eh, dpreview? Now it's a great feature now the pay masters have slapped it on.
So because the features is used by a camera brand commonly used by agencies in a professional context it now has merit?What's next proffessional Canikon Art Filters?
The Olympus E-30 had this in 2009. Another solution looking for a problem eh, dpreview? Now it's a great feature now the pay masters have slapped it on.
Marike6 - still desperately trolling. For a Nikon lover you spend a lot of time stirring on the m43 forum.Oh well last gasps of a dinosaur.
No, but you made some bad films Mr Cage.
I think dpreview were aiming for the same look with their Zuiko 75mm 1.8 samples.
Robin Wong review part two:
For those that missed it:
Maybe the "powers that be" are unhappy at the game changing influence the em5 is achieving and ordered a redress?
Forget this hatchet job. Look at Robin Wong real world samples: