Seems to me that Nikon is just looking to actually make some $ back from the cesspool that was the J1.
Too bad there's no highlight priority setting. The frequent overexposure issue of the S series seems to live on.
Looks like the S120 still has the occasional overexposure issues that the previous two S models did.
I know what all are and have used nearly all of them, but that was looooooong ago.
I think many here might be over-analyzing what I see as a wonderful, ongoing album of a chronicle of a little girl's life through the eyes of her loving father, in a creative, comical, and sometimes intimate way.Viewing this album makes me jealous that I lack many captured moments with my daughters, and therefore in my book, this succeeds immensely.
Creative. I might try it myself if I ever get the time.
lattesweden: Are you allowed to publish some one elses (the theifs) pictures taken on your stolen gear or is it copyright intrusion from a legal point of view?
Posting images uploaded from a stolen device by the suspected thief or the buyer of the stolen device from that thief is about as unlawful as posting images from your surveillance camera of a person stealing a package from your front porch... Which is not at all, should you need that clarification.
tabloid: There is a thing in law called 'common sense'
The 'youth' either took pictures of himself (which we all know he did).
Or the 'youth' sold it to another' youth' who knew it was a hot phone, as there was no proof of ownership from the seller. (common sense)
If the thief was going to sell it to legitimate phone purchasing company, he would have to have given them a specific code number inside the phone. (common practice), which would not be a good idea from the thief's point of view, as it would have come up as 'stolen'.
So he has 2 alternatives.Keep the phone, or sell it to another 'youth' without any proof of ownership.The buyer will of course know that that if he is sold a mobile phone on the cheap from a dodgy looking youth...lol, then unless he is a total moron he will know that its stolen.
I rest my case
Common sense is what is used in enforcing current laws. While it does not in itself act as the end all of justice, it is a vital tool in bringing suspects to forums where they can be judged.There are millions of people who use common sense for this very purpose every day, all over the world. They're called cops.
Peiasdf: 1. Don't you need a release or something to post picture of a suspect?
2. If this phone was resold to an unsuspecting individual, in many case oversea because they can only afford 2nd hand iPhones, all you have done is posting photo of its new owner.
The "unsuspecting individual" is also committing a crime for buying stolen goods, so posting images of whoever possesses the property is fine by me.
Cool but it sucks that I'd have to remove my case before each use.
Looks promising, and actually informative and well written, in contrast to that from Kelby.
Low noise level is really amazing for a compact camera... thanks to the large sensor, but ouch on that price tag!
Henry M. Hertz: but do they have FM radio? both are too big... i need a small f0,5 lens on a body as big as a credit card.
why no included printer?
The M750 is under $170 and available for preorder at amazon.com with a 3/31/2012 release date. I just might bite. I need a decent, cheap knock around camera.
Wow, the fact that the whistle blower is shot down by main Japanese investors clearly shows that these investors also have things to hide.
It's a shame that due to the p!ss poor management over the past decade or so, that what once was a glorious and innovative company, has fallen into a mass of sh!t.To Kodak execs: Congrats. You've managed to do nothing but waste $, pay yourselves huge amounts for crap performance, and prove to the world how worthless human beings you are.
Before selling my LX5, I found myself reaching for my wife's S95. Now, we can't wait till our preordered S100 arrives.
OK, so if they use the same APS-C sensors that are in their DSLRs, why can't they also use the same lenses? If Canon released a mirrorless body that used my EF lenses, I'd probably buy one. Until then, I'm enjoying my S100 and plan to buy the G13. My EOS system remains as my pro-gear.
Bob Yarbrough: OK ...from the article we JPEG shooters should try RAW.
We need guidance for an Easy To Use RAW program ! I have a Fuji X10.
The only RAW software I've ever used is ACR which is included in APS that I always have the latest of anyways.
Flashback: I'm not seeing the Studio Comparison Tool. Is this link broken?
Everyone should be using Chrome now anyways.