BarnET: This is just a very competitive market. hard to pick one over the other.The recommended Sony A6000 probably has the best value/features of the bunch. But it's kit-lens doesn't live up to the same standards.
The Fujifilm has the best image quality with it's amazing kit-lens. But the video that comes out of it is garbage.
The em10 and gx7 are great camera's with great lens systems but lag behind in the high ISO department.
All of these will deliver in their own way.
A disadvantage of em10 and gx7 is the smaller sensor so they have (given the same technology) a worse high iso performance. An advantage of the em10 and gx7 is the smaller sensor! So the whole sistem is smaller, both body and lenses. It depends on your needs...
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!