unclebuzz: But, why do stills photographers want video anyway? The D700 is a very good camera, all was needed was an update!!Nearly every new camera on the market now has to have video, or the photographic world goes nuts - Why ?I'm a stills photographer - I want a Pro digital stills camera, without having to buy a Leica M9! Please Nikon remember what stills photography is all about?Maybe Nikon and Canon should just bite the bullet, and start making mobile phones!!
Yes - agreeNikon - Stay by photo and video do not touch - you know nothing about itandThe D700 is still an excellent camera and I would rather buy than a D800 with the 36MP (!?)
rusticus: Look at this video of the HX9V for $ 300
and compares with the "proffessional" videos of the D800 for $ 3000 or the D4 for $ 6000: BullSh** for too much money - sorry
do your eyes up and lookthe nikons can not play with the big names in video:No.1 for GH2 system and DSLR videoNo. 2 Sony HX9V for compact cameras (adding 1080/50p or 60p)
rusticus: yes, BPJosh - that's better than the crappy video quality of the Nikon to discuss
????the Video IQ from the D4 and D800 is bad - my frienddo your eyes on
sry 28MBit AVCHD is not bad . . . ;) and 1080/50 or 60p
yes, BPJosh - that's better than the crappy video quality of the Nikon to discuss
rusticus: I think this all very good cameras for Foto,But there are better for film/video: the Panasonic GH2 (possibly with a hack)
Canon and Nikon DSLR go return to more photo - pleaseFilm / Video: Panasonic is most better;)
or this from the GH2http://vimeo.com/33025136
the D800 or D4 looks old ;)
Look at this video of the HX9V for $ 300
Fuji - they should not change much. Enter the X10S the sensor of the X100 and I'll buy for 800 Dollar
Drew5100: I say it's time for Fuji to replace these faulty sensors with new ones that do not "bloom" with blobs. Expensive, yes (for Fuji), but otherwise, I now own a $600 paperweight, which I consider to be way too expensive for me. If firmware cannot provide a fix, this may be the only logical next step from the X10 customer perspective(?).
I can deal with flare, but not this mess. My nightime city shots look like s%^t. And....good luck to anyone who is pre-ordering Fuji's XPro 1.
I love the X10 and the EXR sensor
She's my digital Leica M3
Yes, but there is no other or new EXR sensor for X10Give the X10 back or use for Foto - I keep my X10
marike6: Now that it is confirmed that the 5D Mk III will be 22 mp for $3,500, the D800 is looking even more like an obvious choice for many. And contrary to what many seem to think, high ISO images from the D800 will be as good, or better than the D700 with 3 times the resolution and better DR. If it's not the camera for you that's fine, but all the comments asserting that video is useless, or it's not a "real video camera" or more megapixels are just marketing are totally missing an important point. That is, Nikon has listened to what professional photographers like in this article had requested. And this D800, especially it this really fair price, will be difficult for Nikon to keep up with demand for.
i agree - for Foto . . .
Nevertheless, I will not buy the D800 for 3000 or the 5D III for 3500 dollar
No, no. no.I have the GH2 and the 5D II: The GH2 is clearly the better film camera
> but otherwise, I now own a $600 paperweight<
is a very good paperweight, but
No - I disagree99% of all my photos with the X10 are no orbsIf Fuji could replace the sensor - yes,But they have no other EXR sensor for the X10
I think this all very good cameras for Foto,But there are better for film/video: the Panasonic GH2 (possibly with a hack)
And here the comparisonthe old Russian military base with the X100 photographed
old Russian military base (the former East Germany near the Polish border)Here the Russians were stationed up in the ninetiesslowly conquered the natur this terrain back
All Photos of the X10 - I think the X10 is already a great camera, but the balls interfere, if they occurFuji should think about compensation
The new long lens looks uglycameradesign is very good - lens is ugly
Many ask, Fuji will be explained
Sorry, Fuji has explained: it is blooming in the tolerance range.I almost died laughing, but that's the statement from Fuji Japan
Digitall: I think that from now on the Fuji will have difficulty selling the EXR sensor product to someone who is minimally informed about this fail.
Hello - the Fuji X-S1 also has the balls (orbs)