MikeF4Black: Who is really interested in ISO's higher than 6400? I'm not. The A7s appears to be no more than a hype.
@MikeF4BlackI'd say that I want higher clean ISO anytime I need a faster shutter speed in a not so bright enviroment... I don't really like the flash much...
JohnMatrix: Anyone knows what happens to the f stop when you attach the tele-converter? Presumably you don't get something for free? thx
I've read that the aperture is not affected. The price for this is the increased dimensions.Correct me if i'm wrong
Daedbird: So far, my biggest problem is the name - the NX Mini. Its the NX I have a problem with - will camera companies get it through their head that cameras with different mounts should have different names.
First Sony with the whole Alpha mess (A, FE, and E mounts), and now this.
Hey Pentax, anyway you can squeeze that 1" sensor into the Q? It seems like 1" will be the new small camera threshold - the Nikon 1, Sony RX 100 and 10 all gathering that sensor. Anything smaller will be replaced by cellphones, unless niche (underwater, rugged cameras)
I think the problem Daedbird point out it's that they call "Alpha" different products with different mounts which are natively incompatible. It should be clearer that they are different products.
BobORama: All they need to do is put a sensor in it ( and a KAF mount on the front ) and you have a product I'd buy. I would love for someone to create an easily integrated imaging system - free of legacy SLR design constraints - that you could use for projects, research, machine vision. Either that or a standard, robust way to expose the control surface of the tyoical camera via USB or WiFi in a way that makes it easy to integrate with mobile devices, or whatever. None of this is hard to do. But Japan seems stuck in the 1970's regarding what a camera is, and what we are supposed to be doing with it.
i guess putting a sensor inside would shift the price way higher...
MrIchiro: does this work with Tamron and Nikkor lenses?
PatrickP: 11 fps with focus tracking on an APS-C sensor?
sounds like a Nikon D300 replacement for me! IF the AF tracking on this thing works, matched with a Sony 70-200/4 Nikon users can forget about the D400.....
it misses any kind of weather sealing
Gothmoth: at least it will not cost an arm and a leg like canon latest cameras and lenses.....
that would be more than d7000!