Self absorption and selfies always walk hand in hand.
If Nikon could do it, Canon can do better.
Will Dpreview review it? Does it give pleasing skin tones on Martians etc.?
Sergey Borachev: These prices just ensure that most people continue to go to M43. I really doubt how much better quality, if any, you can get out of this Zeiss 16-50mm than the smaller, lighter and much cheaper Panasonic 12-35mm or Olympus 12-40mm
Yeah, thanks, I can stop looking at Sony cameras from now on, since they are still making good quality lenses only at such prices. So long!
It's incredible that people who have no idea about the infant basics of physics compare a 35mm sensor/lens combination to mft sensor/lens combination. Probably because they only can count pixels in the correct order and can't do it backwards either :-))))
I didn't know Dpreview was followed by freelance scientists. They are swarming allover the place.
So, Dpreview doesn't rate cameras on the basis of image quality since NX1 is awarded gold. Or Do you have "different" criteria for each brand? Perhaps Samsung now is a huge company to ignore.
For as far as I remember, with each new Canon model there are so many people here filed Canon for bankrupcy. I'm glad non of these idiots are managing Canon.
tkbslc: Wow, that D7200 looks good even up to ISO 12800! Barely any difference between it and the Canon 6D.
tkbslc must have had his/her Nikon glasses on while comparing cameras.
Happy Jones: Nikon now has 2 APS-C cameras that best some current FF cameras in the studio scenes (NX1 is very close too). DP Review has done a superb job showing us comparable images instead of numbers. Numbers don't show us noise patterns, banding, or poor color casting, which for me means the DPR comparisons are more useful.
Would you care to name those full frame cameras that D7200 bests please.
oselimg: The trend in photographic gear development indicates towards subsidence of APC size DSLRs. I think the future will be shared between 4/3 sensor mirrorless cameras for size/weight reasons and 35mm DSLRs for obvious reasons which I won't go in to. Though I think we'll see more and more 35mm mirrorless machinery too.
I didn't think you would reveal yourself so quickly. You must be a sad person that the only authority you are able to practice is in a virtual world.
It's amazing that how some people are not able to reply to a non aggressive comment without regressing to their troublesome adolescent years.
The trend in photographic gear development indicates towards subsidence of APC size DSLRs. I think the future will be shared between 4/3 sensor mirrorless cameras for size/weight reasons and 35mm DSLRs for obvious reasons which I won't go in to. Though I think we'll see more and more 35mm mirrorless machinery too.
Will these lenses be mirrorless? :-))))))))
oselimg: Mr. Maeda is either a snob with his head in the sand or he feels so relaxed to the extend of being casual because Canon is coming up with something big. Just remember what happened when they introduced the EF mount. I think that a company like Canon with an extensive range of quality lenses and know-how wouldn't let things slip off their hands as easily as some commentators here think.
@AbrasiveReducer...I fully share your view. Complacency had brought down many "glamorous" states in the history and it would have no difficulty doing so with any business large or small.
@SFXR...When you've come out of your adolescence people might take you seriously. Or, perhaps you regress when you read the word "Canon"
Mr. Maeda is either a snob with his head in the sand or he feels so relaxed to the extend of being casual because Canon is coming up with something big. Just remember what happened when they introduced the EF mount. I think that a company like Canon with an extensive range of quality lenses and know-how wouldn't let things slip off their hands as easily as some commentators here think.
I think that PP focus point change is useful but I can't imagine average shooter is going to bother with post-processing who actually make up the bulk of camera sales also considering the ever increasing use of phonecameras. But for the enthusiast and pro video shooter it can be a valuable facility in hand. But again producing a video system which includes movie quality lenses will be very expensive operation that has to compete with established brands and systems. Good luck to them. They have a very steep hill to climb.
mpgxsvcd: Wow that looks like a stunner. However, I can't help but think that a Panasonic GH4 in capable hands with the right lenses could probably come close to matching it.
$28,000 to spend on lenses goes a really long way towards making the playing field even for the GH4.
@Archiver...Depends on which Subaru model you're comparing to. You'll get a lot of stick from Subaru fans :-)))
Another exercise by Dpreview to get more clicks so they can get more advertisers in. Unfortunately that's the internet publishing for you. Ooops I've just done it too. :-)
snarff: I know this is a 'prototype', but it hasn't got a built-in viewfinder, so all this talk about hoping it has an evf is pointless. It's just not going to happen in this camera!
I really can't see Canon releasing a prototype that clearly omits a viewfinder where they intend the final release to have one. It wouldn't make marketing sense as people who were holding on for a g3x with evf will now look elsewhere.
Of course I might be wrong, and that pop-up bit that we all think is a flash is really a 4k evf and the flash is actually hiding under the hotshoe!
Well done!! you've argued against my vies by spotting a spelling mistake. Need I say more?