Don't judge a cover by it's book! Or no, ehh, wait a minute...
That's quite a big question haha, do we really need "product x"...
Thanks for the link, always good to help :)
That being sayd, the amount of LED street lighting is growing fast around here (Eindhoven region). It's such an improvement! Much less orange haze in the atmosphere and everything looks lush and colorful underneath.
paulski66: If you click on the link to the listing, there's a sidebar that says "Offset the cost of this item by trading in used equipment."
Just in case you have some 300 rebels laying around ;)
Niklas Ramstedt: Please write out in metric too, so the rest of the world also understands.
You meant 453.592 kilogram right?
I wish they would have gone all the way and print that young lady on there too. For those who have a not so pretty girfriend... Or another photo of a really nice photo of which one could then take a photo!
The opportunities of this concept are mind boggling :P
sebastian huvenaars: It's almost like Nikon wánts you to consider one of their dslr's before dropping 1000k + on a system camera...
1000k is a million lol, my bad :)
It's almost like Nikon wánts you to consider one of their dslr's before dropping 1000k + on a system camera...
36 mp just gave us The Brewster, 133 Pontius ave N
DonSantos: For better noise comparisons click the "print" box. This will normalize the resolution difference.
That said to me it looks like 1/2 stop better than a7r and just under a stop better than the a7 in high iso performance.
The difference becomes more pronounced when you select the low light scene, in which high iso numbers are likely to be used :)
So now they offer us the ability to pay again and again for software people used to just "buy" and be done with it? Awesome!
I was showing interest in this phone, and then the camera results came rolling in from the web.
sebastian huvenaars: Ok this is pretty nerdy haha :P
Add to that, i don't need one since i practically lost all of my lens caps ;)
Ok this is pretty nerdy haha :P
Fun short docu :)
abortabort: Still says 470g DPR, it is actually 815g.
That's a bit much considering its size no? 850g would give it a density of about 1700g per liter which is a lot more then for example brick...
Dimit: Sony does it properly:E mount Full frame-small form factor for both body and lens BUT less bright zooms & primes..one can't have it all,right?lA7 -general purpose.A7R -high resolution,fine for cropping.landscape stills.A7S -Low light capability (hence low resolution),FF 4k video for the non pros.Next step:2nd gen. of the above will be fine in respect of shutter behavior,burst rates,af,4k internal ( there will be with the new gen. cards),etc,etc..For the time being: A6000,A7R and RX10 fulfills the 99% of the requirements.LET'S FACE IT,WE WILL ALWAYS NEED TO UPGRADE,THAT'S HOW IT WORKS!
The decision to go 12mp has more to do with its video resolution i believe, not low light sensitivity. No pixel binding algorithms and things...
It could be a nice side effect though :P
Ulfric M Douglas: Twelve Megapixels?
Come to daddy!
Next gen screens require 33.2 megapixels. I foresee some heavy up sampling in the not too distant future ;)
NEX Creative: This is what the Canon 6D should have been. The clarity of this sensor should be stunning at low ISOs. Who needs more than 12MP these days? Is anyone still printing anything? All of the paper magazines and newpaper are just about out of business.
A 36mp image will just about fill a 8K screen which will hit the market in the not to distant future i dare saying...
With the retina ultra super hd trend that has been going on for some time now you're probably gona want all the resolution you can get...
(talking about photography here of course)
Jonathan F/2: Snooze. I bet the Df or D3S still beats it for low light. Next.
yeh, Sony sure has proven its incompetence when it comes to sensor design in the last couple of years :P