Not sure I have ever read a DPR camera review that did not list anything about image quality in the pros and cons.
"Dual Pixel AF does not allow tracking autofocus while shooting continuously."
So no AISERVO? Wow.
Ahender: There are probably 1000 times more pictures taken in one day with phones compared to cameras. The quality of a phone image does matter.
Great one-liners. Don't quit your day job.
How many teenagers document their youth by carrying a camera around? I'm sure you did, or do.
As much as you probably discount that a phone can take an image, it is an essential part of growing up in this day and age.
There are probably 1000 times more pictures taken in one day with phones compared to cameras. The quality of a phone image does matter.
Jahled: Wow, every single image taken by anything there looks like utter crap. Perhaps it's time to put down these phones and stop kidding ourselves.
A crappy image is better than no image at all. How many people carry a camera in their pocket everywhere they go? Pretty much everyone carries a phone that can take a picture. My daughter broke her leg this past weekend. The entire team visited her in the hospital. With her iPhone 4s I was able to take a picture of every teammate that visited her. Those special moments captured with a crappy iPhone will last forever.
The Flint River in Georgia is listed as a threatened water way in the U.S. In the late 70's the Corp of Engineers decided they were going to dam it without basically telling anyone. The only way anyone found out was when the bulldozers arrived at one the the major put-ins. My brother, and the wildlife club he belonged to, contacted then Governor Jimmy Carter and took him on a canoeing trip down the river. Only then did the dam project get halted.
Pathetic name for a book.
There goes the neighborhood...
I look forward to more reviews like these.
Rarely do I take a picture with my phone, but my 14-year-old daughter takes quite a few.
When I buy her next smart phone, image quality will be the number one priority.
That way, when she asks me to print a photo, I will not have to take the time to make it printable, even at 4x6.
Is lens theft that big of a problem to implement something like this?
Not sure I have ever seen such detail as those images taken with the Leica lens.
Image quality blows away my 7D. Take a look at the image of the woman in red at 100%. My 7D has nothing close to that in detail.
A score of 77% seems pretty generous.
Same as the Canon EOS 600D and 550D.
If the specs say it will autofocus in video mode, what exactly does that mean in usage terms?
Is it painfully slow or fast like a camcorder?
Ahender: If I buy another brand of camera, do I have to "scrape together" that money as well? Sounds biased to me.
My comment was the use of the term in the review, which I have not seen in other reviews. How you get your money to buy equipment is of no importance to me.
If I buy another brand of camera, do I have to "scrape together" that money as well? Sounds biased to me.
Swordfish: So many words to say that the article is useless for DSLR users in the absence of a formal rating system.
Golly, you guys need a competent editor and proofreader. "Humity can also be a problem." Seriously.
My wife edits for a living. Hire her!
rves: Sad to see this kind of advertorial being posted as a genuine article.
Does not appear to be much love for this article.
What am I supposed to say?