Not impressed. Canon needs to step up their game as of late.
MarcMedios: It's a great little camera. Put a Leica logo on it and most of you guys who now criticize it would be salivating for it.
I have a Fuji X20 which cleanly outmatches the G16 in two areas which are important to me: shutter lag (the X20 has none) and small size. However, the G series is excellent; I've used several, a G10, G12, G14, G1X and they all perform admirably, much better than, say, the Leicas that are nothing but rebadged Lumixes.
No G13 or 14 ever existed. Must have been the 15. I do agree that if Leica made it, it would be a hot little momma, but they didn't. It's the same old boring Canon design with minimal upgrades IMO. The G's are great cameras, but I haven't seen any improvements that would make me jump from the 12 to the 16. I like the LF1, but it's too tiny, so I'll probably go with the new Nikon for a compact.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Nice shot.
Steve McCurry's 1985 photo still inspires many photographers even today. Not to call anyone a copy cat, but once you have Steve's photo imprinted in your mind, it's hard not to compare any like work. Nice work, but this shot is up against a legend.
Love it. Nice work.
Gotta love a good argument.. BTW, nice capture.
andyvanzz: Would be interesting to know the value of his collection.
What would really be interesting is to know how many of them actually work.
What's up with the telephones on the nightstand (middle right)? Are they camera phones, or is old boy expecting some booty calls from camera groupies.
I'm sure some are worth some coin, but the value of a film camera isn't very much these days, unless it's a true classic. I think I saw a lot of 12 minoltas on ebay for $89 BIN... What a shame, but technology marches on...
tabloid: As usual we have usual cretins with their sarcastic comments.
We need more censoring on these sites.
Unless a person has something constructive to say, his post should not see the light of day.
I would love to be moderator on these sites.
More censoring??? That comment alone is far more disturbing than anything I've read on this forum.
That's nothing... I have one camera with about 5,000 different personalities. Does that count? I own the Sibyl SD15. No shot is ever the same.
nevermind the "critics", some people feel they haveto find fault in everything. Black and white is awesome because it gives us a sense of detachment being we don't view the world in b&w. to add color to the photos makes them more real and allows us to relate IMO.
I considered one of these, but couldn't find use for it. Too big for a compact, too small for a DSLR. I really liked the built in viewfinder and flash. I think if they lose the grip, and integrate the viewfinder into the body similar to a rangefinder, they would find a bigger audience...maybe.
Yes!!!!!!!!!!! Finally someone came up with something fresh and new. It's a work of art, and it the image quality is worth a damn, I'm all in! I've been waiting for the reincarnation of the L1/LC1.
Vitruvius: If I had one of these people would ask me if I built the hand grip in my garage. I mean just look at the huge DIY screws. High end?? NOT.
I agree. They could have at least sculpted the grip perfectly to the body, or something more than simply plaster a hunk of "exotic" wood to the body.
Markie77: This camera just looks weird. Mixing wood with plastic not a good look. If Hasselblad REALLY want to branch out and increase their profit margins, they should start thinking about putting those handles in other places too. Hey how about a broomstick. A $5 broom could be worth $700 with that hand grip on it.
I'm going to get a couple of those wooden beauties for my car doors.
I know this sounds terrible, but I can't wait to see what they come out with next. I'm never had so much fun, or read so many funny posts in my life.
I am posting a second time, as I always do after an initial post to ensure my first reaction was not "knee jerk"....please see my first post.
patricioandrez: i'm sory but you are wrong. This is an intelligent move by hasselblad. This camera is not for you. Is for people who precisely want not to be confused whit any of us.People that wants everebody see that they can pay a lot more without any reason. Is Marketing.And also hasselblad wins because everyone is talking about the brand.(excuse my english i live in a remote country)
I understand your point, but last I checked, business was about making money. I can't see enough people, with or without money, supporting Hassy's bid to slip into the market rebadging and adding grips to cameras. If they don't get it right, this bad move will solidify their exit from the camera world.
I love the way that brown wood matches the titanium body....ooowwwwhhh....yeah, I just jizzed in my pants. What is Hass, Sony's little brother that get hand me downs?