Panasonic Lumix Cameras and Lenses G System / GX-1
Aleo Veuliah: It seems that Dpreview completely missed the philosophy of the Nikon Df, and to who it is aimed.
Anyway well done Nikon.
Nikon has done a great camera.
Good to see Fuji caring about new lenses.
Good challenge. I love Steve McCurry.
Aleo Veuliah: Panasonic Lumix. Make this soon please, show us cameras using this kind of sensors.
I read that Panasonic is developing a new sensor with revolutionary technology for much better colors.
I miss the Kodachrome. Great film.
This is great. And great film Kodachrome was.
Yes, Please, make it fast.
Great camera, superb, but the D800 ....
007peter: Damn It....No Hot-Shoe again?
I "LOVE" the tiny shape of GF3/5 but the lack of Hot-Shoe is holding it back. I agree with previous poster, any camera above $200 should have a Hot-Shoe.
I shoot a lot of portraits of family members, and once I experience BOUNCE-FLASH, there is no going back to bulidin flash.
GF5's High ISO looks fantastic! so close yet so far
Yes this 12 megapixels sensor is improved, I liked the ISO performance also
Photo Grapher: I started to use mirrorless cameras with micro four thirds and Panasonic Lumix g system, that was in 2008, now I continue to use them and don't want to go back to an SLR system
I have now two Panasonic Lumix cameras from the G system, and four lenses, image quality is very good, I love the colors also, and lenses are great and not expensive
Things I like is the fast and accurate AF, the always on Live view, both on LCD and EVF, the small size of cameras and lenses, accurate exposure, easy of use, design and good built
I advice all to try this new cameras as a replacement for SLR, the image quality is similar, only at high iso you notice a small difference, and we all almost only use ISO 100 or 200, so it is not an great disadvantage, only people that take always pictures at high ISO like 3200, will need an SLR and in this case it will be a fullframe SLR not an APS-C SLR
I think that micro four thirds is the best system for this cameras and a very mature one with good choices
Maybe some cheap APS-c lenses, but from my experience (and I came from DSLr's) the image quality is not so good, anyway what I mean is that Micro 4/3 is very pleasant to use and it is a very good choice for those who don't want big gear
I started to use mirrorless cameras with micro four thirds and Panasonic Lumix g system, that was in 2008, now I continue to use them and don't want to go back to an SLR system
Nikon V1 from what I saw have just a good and a lot of NR, not much detail at high ISO, maybe that is why Nikon have chosen 10 megapixels, because they know they can not mess with physics law's
Even so I think Nikon have done a good job, only don't like many buttons missing and preferred to see a dial with modes A S P and M
Panasonic Lumix is a better choice with the new sensor, GX1 seems great and well designed, I think I go for it instead of the V1, Nikon still have to make this system mature with a good choice of lenses, they are 2 years late on this micro cameras systems, even Sony and Samsung still don't have a decent lens choice, but let's wait and see what lenses and how fast Nikon produce them for the 1 System
Until that I will be using Micro 4/3, the V1 quality is still no match for the G3 GH2 and GX1, (not even for the cameras with the 12 megapixel sensor) the problem on the Nikon 1 system is lack of detail at high ISO and the conception of the cameras
Really nice camera, was expecting for this one, I think I will only use X lenses on the GX1
I want one, was expecting for this camera