It keeps coming back
I wonder how many they sold. My guess is very very very few. Rich people can sometimes (often?) be tacky but seldom that dumb.
How could there be even one buyer for that thing?
Wonderful news. There is no downside to this, nobody is taking your cell phone or DSLR away. It's great to have options. Film is an excellent learning and creative tool.
Battersea: Fuji seems to know what photographers really want.
That's what I thought, after I posted. ;-)
I am not a Fuji user (yet) but I love their cameras, they seem to design for real photographers.
Fuji seems to know what photographers really want.
Sony continues to be innovative. I still have not fallen in love with any of their cameras but I do like many aspects of most of their cameras.
Nice, artistic. Great vision.
Arpad Lukacs: Can we just agree that these are very beautiful images, but are not photographs.
What are they, if not photographs?
Beautiful design. Practical design. Seems very well thought out.
Great to see London photos again. Seems to be a really nice lens.
I love photos from the 60s. To me it was a time that the technology had really matured, society was providing great source material and the girls were the prettiest ever. I missed the 60s, glad there are photos like these to enjoy.
Nice images, especially at higher ISO. I'm moderately impressed.
JimWongyyz: This is one ugly lens. Do you guys agree ?
I like it, looks sleek. The looks of a camrea matter to me some, not a lot, the looks of a lens? Not so much.
novak977: lovely concept but I would rather invest in underwater case for upcoming Full Frame NEX or alternatively Fuji (with their excellent low light performance). Large sensor is the key for good underwater photography or video. Just don't expect exciting results with your f5.6 Nikon lens - equivalent of f 15.1 on full frame!
The light gathering of the lens is the same regardless of the sensor size. f5.6 is still f5.6 on the smaller sensor. The depth of field is what changes.