Joe Ogiba: Wow, UHS-1 SD cards are so much more expensive compared to CFast cards for 4K cameras like the Canon XC10 ;) http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1164632-REG/pny_technologies_p_sdx256u395_ge_256gb_elite_sdxc_uhs_1_card.html
BTW , why would anyone want to use a SDHC card in any 4K camera when SDXC cards are a dime a dozen.
Some people actually already have SDHC cards
elgol20: Where is the update for the 7R, lossless RAW etc?!
Sony wants you to buy the new goodies
Excellent all-around camera
I I wasn't mad, I'd say D500 is quite close to D750's overall image performance. That's impressive. But then, D7200 is also close anyway :)
Arizona Sunset: This camera looks wonderful.
Perhaps paired with a faster f1.2 Olympus or Panaleica lens at 35mm FOV, to compliment the Nocticron, even better.
Well Olympus confirmed f1.2 lenses are coming, and Panasonic has one coming (90% 12mm). So those are not only rumors.
BostonC, all cameras that are sold now had been rumors before.
Look at "Cons". They have been more or less the same since XPro1:Critical detail at 100% suffersWaxy-looking skin in high ISO imagesAF tends to huntX-Trans sensor design limits Raw-converter choiceAnd lens... X100s and X100T's lenses were good but not very good in my opinion. Strange though, as Fuji's X-series prime lenses are usually very good (except from 18mm f2.0) but X100s and this X70 are not as good as rivals.
Summary: Mirrorless cameras still need time to substitute DSLRs for fast action, and that's quite normal and expected. By the way, 7D is quite old now :)
The sh.tt.er the image you get from lens, the more expensive it gets."Hey, we take your state of the art camera and destroy your images so badly that'll make you want to waste your hard-earned money".But some like the effect, eh?
Can we just buy the sensor? No?
ozturert: At 10:42; I see 150mm @f1.8. One heck of a lens :)Very good video, thanks.
75mm is excellent, if only it did not hunt focus sometimes.
At 10:42; I see 150mm @f1.8. One heck of a lens :)Very good video, thanks.
ozturert: Go and feed homeless people instead...
Everyone = Only you. The world is not revolving around you. Now go and pay 500 bucks to some metal.
darngooddesign, how do you know that I'm not?
Go and feed homeless people instead...
ozturert: Looks very good. But then D4 was very good too, and even D3s...And can we see real low light photos, where you don't use 1/1000 shutter speed?
disasterpiece, higher shutter speed means that the light was too low to require that high ISO speeds. In concerts (especially like the ones in photos) you would not need 1/1000.I remember very well when D7000 was released, there were high ISO samples on internet and everyone was claiming that this camera would be better than D700. Then it became obvious that D700 was still better, those samples were taken under good light (say ISO6400, f8, 1/1000) to make the high ISO performance look good.I'm not saying that D5 is bad, it's probably the best Nikon DSLR ever in high ISO.
Looks very good. But then D4 was very good too, and even D3s...And can we see real low light photos, where you don't use 1/1000 shutter speed?
vesa1tahti: No tilting screen, no tilting EVF => no place in the market.
No place in your market maybe (I mean your home)
ozturert: D5 and D4s look about 1 stop darker than 1DxII and A7SII. Why is that? Does Nikon cheat like Fuji or is it because of higher contrast?
Now they look the same. Have you changed something? Or did I get a good sleep :)Fuji's ISO6400 is Nikon's ISO3200. That's what I call "cheating" but they claim "we use another ISO standard", as if ISO is not a standard by itself :)
D5 and D4s look about 1 stop darker than 1DxII and A7SII. Why is that? Does Nikon cheat like Fuji or is it because of higher contrast?