Hi,here's written, the sensor allows ISO ratings above ISO 6400.Even ISO 12,500.But on the spec sheet as we can find at the Leica site it says, the S is going towards ISO 1600... Maybe in auto ISO?What is the truth?
Ad B: Probably some of you mentioned it before.A great miss is not having a tilting screen.It's so convenient when taking pictures near to the ground or above other peopleWhy does my D750 have it and the now brand new DX cam not...!!??Not a smart thing to do, Nikon...
My Nikon D750 can beat the same harsher conditions as the "high end" D7200...Besides that, if you're not sure, other brands have those tilting screens for several years now.My former Olympus E-M1 could bare the harsher conditions better as I could...
Probably some of you mentioned it before.A great miss is not having a tilting screen.It's so convenient when taking pictures near to the ground or above other peopleWhy does my D750 have it and the now brand new DX cam not...!!??Not a smart thing to do, Nikon...
was it forbidden to make pictures above ISO1600??These pics can be made by every pretty good camera.
At the Photokina I tried the NX1, at the cameramonitor it had better pics at ISO12800 as my E-M5 with ISO6400.To make a compareson at lower, usefull ISOs, you need a bigger and better screen (a computer).(Or Dpreview...)
Lens Rentals,nice pictures to look at, well done.
CameraLabTester: "A typical DSLR has around 120 screws of 11 different sizes."
This cadaver had only 29 screws of just three different sizes.
THAT says a LOT of what's going on inside those R&D labs... they deliver.
Other brands just re-badge, clone and tweak.
CameraLabTester, I like the phrase:This cadaver had only 29 screws of just three different sizes...Should it mean that it will never work again?Pity.I like the new A7 (r), but it should have some kind of Image Stabiliser inside.Like all the new big Sony's
a pity you didn't test the Sony A7 in this test.His test scene samples are very inpressive
What others mentioned before.This is not a nice move from Nikon.Why not a decent repair for D600 owners?Trying to keep your costumers in your shop for the rest of their life.No, dump those D600 owners and try to get new customers, who will be screwed the next time...D600 owners are screwed.
Nikon, no thanks...
I don't care a bit.Now I use CS6, If I can't use it anymore I'll dump Adobe and use something else.Photoshop is not a sacred program...Dear Mr. Hendrickson, have a nice life.
thanks for this very nice picture story.Like the other reports, previews and interviews. I enjoyed them.Barney, Lars, and Richard. You did very well, thank you.
Next time I have to go myself... it's only 150 km for me...
Hi,nice comparison, but...If you make a comparison in August 2012, please don't use cameras from Januari 2011 and July 2011.I understand you have those two cams, but you had to do this in 2011.Now it was better to compare the OM-D with ??.
I really like this camera.Very nice to read that Olympus makes such a good camera.Also very nice Olympus makes very, very good lightsensitive lenses.But...Why doesn't Olympus make it that way, we can use these two very good products together!!Shame on Olympus!Pity for me...