why are Fuji cameras all of a sudden so similar to leica Cameras?
In Plain englisch it Means Nikon will replace the shutter of this dust Collector D 600
WACONimages: Probably a perfect photograph machine! Will deliver stunning images, no doubt about that. In my opinion however these kind of cameras are a dying breed in the long term.
amazing post...if this is perfect machine and it delivers what it is promissing..so why is this a dying breed.its a big camera and an expensive one...if yo dont need that king of equipment..you have alternative choices...
whats the point about these photos. i dont like Russia especially the political system..but sofar as a i heard from the athletes they all are very satisfied with the olympic games sofar despite the media trying hard to tell us otherwise.
this website is about photography and camera..i dont think politics or displaying such photos is appropriate.
this website was founded by british people..so i could post amazing photos about east London or other part of the country which you could think its a 5th would country.
shame on you Dpreview
Dust Collector Cameras is the latest Nikon Invention
i just bought Leica D-Lux 6 it comes with lightroom 5 download its similar to Panasonic LX7
great pocketable camera with a lot of features and a fast lens
mattmtl: This wouldn't have seemed so silly if the LX7 hadn't come out around 18 months ago and hit a street price around half of this version's MSRP. Seems a bit late in the life cycle for special editions.
That said, a lot of the comments are over the top IMO. It's not a bad camera, just a little long-in-the-tooth. And this is far from Leica spiralling Hassy-style. Leica has been rebadging since at least the 90s (or was it 80s?) and has always kept making "real" Leicas while selling the rebadged models, which presumably are good moneymakers or they wouldn't do it. I'd say a lot of people are a little too fond of a good old fashioned pile-on.
Canon 7D is 4 years old by now and its still top of the line by canon..
this camera makes great photos for its class...check it out
so many negative comments...
this camera is amazing...it makes very good photos..classic design...it comes with lightroom download.. check Pbase or flickr for great photos taken by this camera
these photos are mostly taken by clowns , no talent photographer..oh and i love this one: red dot lover wanna be photographer
Paul_B Midlands UK: Years ago I bought DLux3, I didn't keep it long as it gave a horrid purple hue to images and was as Slippy as a bar of soap. To see pretty much the same look all these years later well it looks really ancient, who would buy it now given great choices like Ricoh GR or whatever. Red Spot no longer enough reason to buy.
if you check or google leica dlux6 or 5 you would be surprized how great the photos are ..looks like a lot of great photographer are using it as a 2nd small camera...
Apple was first with Iphone 5s bending and curving like your body
Biowizard: Beautiful camera - lousy English ...
"and no FEWER than 1000 prototype parts."
regarding "lousy English"
sorry but i habe to say this..you need to write and read german to truely understand and feel the soul of Leica...
ts like reading Shakespeare in chines instead of English
photo nuts: From the preview:
"The point here is that the D610 will offer all that made the D600 excellent, plus a few nice improvements, and hopefully less oil."
Less oil? Shouldn't it be NO oil? ;)
"less oil" is a trademark of Nikon new technology
psn: Just wondering... if the D600 really is spraying oil into the sensor and Nikon refused to fix it, why was there no class-action lawsuit? You could have forced Nikon to fix the problem and teach them a lesson in the process. But no.
So, this makes me think it's not really a problem. At least not enough to p*ss off the majority of the D600 users. For those who are really miffed, get rid of your gear and move on... but I'm going to bet most of you will end up buying another Nikon and probably the D610.
Or maybe the people who complain about this oily mess are not really D600 users? :)
do you really think that there is a class-action for every major problem in the industry...the answer is clearly no..
Mike99999: With the FF NEX around the corner, even if the D600 drops to $1000 I would not touch it.
Buying a FF Nikon or Canon is like buying a giant CRT screen. It's ancient technology. The D600 and 6D are a desperate last fart from Canon and Nikon to push their remaining stock as the world switches to mirrorless.
oh wow what a statement...
abortabort: So where are the articles on what the Surface Pro 2 means to photographers?
not going to buy this microsoft product
Iphone fan here: sad but the Iphone was the smart phone leader..time to switch to samsung
the photos are not that good especially in the low light conditions..screen too small...
Touch ID is not secure..
just curious why are fuji cameras look so similar to Leica?
so you think we might see weddig photographer using the new iphone as their backup or even as their main camera because of the brilliant apple invention?
i am not..but sure there are many might really do it
joe6pack: I don't understand why the press call iPhone5C the affordable iPhone. How is $549 "affordable"? It is more expensive than HTC One and Galaxy S4 (street price).
apple is helping mobile provider to sell more 2 years contract instead of just buying phones
iphone 5C one year old technology for almost 600 Euro
good job Apple for this new AFFORDABLE old phone