i thought it was an older model, and i dont recall a S version of it
Put this one in a smartphone please!
I would rather buy a LX100 than the Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 for my gx7.That lens is heavier, slower apperture,and more expensive than the lx100 with the build in lens. Its a no brainer if i had the money.
of coarse the lx100 cant replace my other lenses like telezoom or uwa.But that's why i have my gx7 as a main camera anyway.
PLAMBERT: The new GM5 might just be a better camera as it has interchangeable lenses and the size is comparable. The drawback of interchangeable lenses is that you have to carry them with you to use them! The whole outfit would be much heavier than the LX100. I use a compact coupled rangefinder camera with various lenses and the outfit bag is heavy, no zoom lenses included.Phil
yes overall, but in the 24-75 range there are no mft zooms that offer f1.7-f2.8. Just two f2.8 zooms, wich are great, but bulky.
bar1: Can someone confirm this:
The LX100 post has the following information:
"The LX100 integrates Wi-Fi® connectivity (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n) with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology camera to offer more flexible shooting experience and instant image sharing with easy operation."
There is NO mention of remote control functionality.
This Leica post states:
"The Leica D-Lux’s integrated Wi-Fi module allows remote control from a smartphone or tablet to wirelessly transfer still images and videos using a Wi-Fi connection."
So, does only the Leica version allow remote control? What I'm trying to determine is if the *camera settings* can be changed remotely (shutter speed, aperture, perhaps zoom, etc.).
Maybe because it would be ironic if the Panasonic image app worked on a leica camera :D
about the copyright, if a animal steals your gopro camera to take footage,it cant be copyrighted
but who is the ower of the copyright if you deliberately strap a gopro (or whatever camera) to a animal?
samfan: More expensive than their (great) 85/1.4? That's weird. They must be really confident about it.
Also, where did the 50/1.2 rumors come from then?
yes dedicated cine lenses are different.These "cine" leses are just dslr lenses with gears bolted and smooth apperture ring.optical design is the same.
John TF: How close would GigaPan + DSLR approximate these images?
just dont make to wide panorama's rotational movement is like having a big curved sensor. it greatly increases field curvature
i thought pixels were square. anyway shifting 1 subpixel would make sense because a detail is now recorded for all 3 subpixels instead of a small offset
Langusta: “What do you call 500 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean?”
a group of people who want to get down to the bottom of things
Rooru S: imagine this lens on the a7S... Not going to buy it since I already know it's soft wide open but at least it's an option to shoot in reaaaally dark conditions. ISO409600 and f0.95 seems insteresting.
@jun2 Iso3200 is the lowest iso if you want S-Log2 on the a7s
i thinking more like 10 stop filters to keep the exposure under control in broad daylight if using f0.95 and iso3200 :)
dmanthree: Didn't Panny already introduce a 4K action cam?
Well sort of. It was a Wearable cam. not a solid one meant to be put on helmets.
nathantw: If it were 56mm x 56mm sensor then this would be real news. I'm just happy Hasselblad is making a back to fit the v-series and they didn't abandon it altogether.
yeah, this sensor is hardly a medium format one.43.8 x 32.9x is a lot less then 53.90x40.40 found in the phase one
Jacqves: why not to put sensor in the lens ?
Sony did, they called it the qx100 and qx10
quezra: Drama incoming in 3... 2...
Nah everybody is outside, taking pictures. They dont bother this :P
nice series, good storytelling and technique
Only 3 submitters? i guess the amount of submissions was not that great
mrc4nl: "never touch the sensor" well thats easy because every camera has a piece of glass in front of the sensor protecting it.
No i mean any dslr , mirrorless, look at this picture, here U can see the sensor assembly and there is a whole lot in front of the actual sensorhttp://mrc4.nl/meuk/groot/P1300563.JPG
"never touch the sensor" well thats easy because every camera has a piece of glass in front of the sensor protecting it.