Send your Nikon D750 to me, and I will inspect it. The inspection might take a few years. :-)
Rachotilko: The death of this market segment is several years overdue.
Frankly, does anybody buy these things anymore ?
Sales are down, but Canon forecast that they would sell 9.5 million compact cameras in 2014.
jkokich: $900 for an entry level body?
On the Nikon USA web site, they list the D5500 under "Entry-Level DSLRs"
On the other hand, you have to be pretty "enthusiastic" to pay $1,000 (with kit lens) for a camera. :-)
How *dare* millions of people continue to buy DSLRs, defying the Mirrorless Jihad. :-)
The biggest benefit of new camera models is that they drive down the price of last year's model. :-)
By spring, Pentax may have another new owner. :-)
Good for Nikon! More than two-thirds or Nikon's revenue comes from cameras, so they can't afford to screw up.
Historically, Olympus' most "innovative" division has been Accounting. :-)
I read it on the internet, so it must be true. :-)
Isn't everything designed for women required to be pink? :-)
(In the USA, they even sell handguns with pink grips.)
[Insert Jealous Canon Bashing Remarks Here] :-)
The Sony 16-50mm lens got the coveted Worst Kit Lens Award. :-)
justmeMN: Perhaps DPR didn't include the Sony A6000, because they have inside information about a A7000 coming soon.
BTW, I think the A6000 got an award for Worst Kit Lens. :-)
Never mind. I see that the a6000 is included in the "Mid-range Mirrorless Roundup". If you use an a6000, you cant officially be an Enthusiast. :-)
Perhaps DPR didn't include the Sony A6000, because they have inside information about a A7000 coming soon.
Unlike mirrorless cameras, whey you buy a DSLR, you aren't joining a religious cult. :-)
"conceived and crafted exclusively for" Suckers. :-)
Demand was poor in France and Germany, so they decided to dump the leftovers in the UK.
Ulfric M Douglas: Surely "close to i's chest" is the term ... who wrote this?
Do a Google/Bing News search of "close to the vest", and you will see that it is also widely used.
Since I don't live in Japan, I don't get excited about cameras that are only available there. :-)
bgbs: This camera is going to drive yet another nail in the Canon's coffin.
Thom Hogan's Interchangeable Lens Camera market share figures, September 2014.
•Canon — 38 to 40%•Nikon — 33 to 35%•Sony — 12 to 14%
Talk of "Canon's coffin" is silly.