Trollshavethebestcandy: Slap this on the Oly EM1 via adapter and you have something interesting.
wouldnt be wide enough. better on an aps camera
its a great lens. but the gushing about as if a 1.8 zoom creates unprecedented capabilities. it does not. you get the same low light capabilities and dof that full frame f/2.8 zooms do minus some image quality and a more useful zoom range. Now of course this plus an apc camera is cheaper. and its a fine lens great quality. but the capability is not unprecedented, just the f stop
wow that look like its tough to pull off. working at that mag and to have something so so delicate :0
Deutsch: What Category does Nikon Coolpix A fall into?
no they dont. the cameras people are waying against them are in these last two classes
i feel like large sensor compacts should have been in this category
another 1.7 camera that is already obsolete instead of someone making a new one inch sensor compact zoom and compete with sony
shoot are they nuts thats ricoh GR money. also i am surpised to see someon getting back in the camera market/ this for more than an rx100 seems very odd though. its at best a 400 camera
nekrosoft13: still no sigma support!!!
sigma raw files have a totally different pixel pattern. At this stage it does not seem likly adobe will ever support them
I hate that they are ignoring the ricoh gr for lens correction
Gesture: These cameras are more attractive and, I feel, functional than the modern homogenous plastic blobs that digital SLRs have become.
none of the cameras in this market segment are plastic, they are all made of the same magnesium alloy this is
Wow I was excited i thought someone finally made an SLR with a proper manual focusing screen and autofocus. a camera you could literally shoot either way
Nikon let me tell you how you missed the mark with this. It should have been as small and light as FX DSLR could be. It should have been cheaper. I honestly think the d600 sensor would have been better too. there is call for more than 16 mp sometimes. The d4 sensor is more I am a photojournalist and all i care about is speed and lowlight. It should obviously of had a splitprism and microprism viewfinder for manual focus
had they dont that it would have stolen all of sonys thunder with the a7 a7r instead it just feel silly
its pretty though
tabloid: Lots of professional photographers now use mirror less cameras.
Me for one.
Its the future, or should i say its the present.
Just look at the new full frame cameras from Sony. (A7 and A7R).
If those cameras like the A7 and A7R had the new Canon 70D sensor they would world beaters.
thats exactly 3 people and they all are top shooter. arias is a fuji spokesman.
most pro photographers shoot things like wedding high end portraits and corporate accounts not editrorial fashion.
Also ming's professional work is not the travel stuff its the product stuff witch i think he still shoots with a nikon
Kodachrome200: Everyone is saying this is going to be 3000 bux and to me this is just nuts. no way it is. this is just like when every one said the d800 was going to be 4400 it made no sense in the market. this is an attempt to gain some of the cool factor mirrorless has and have a hit. its tech specs are great but there is nothing to make you think it will cost more than 1800-2300 range. And dont say the d4 sensor. the s4 sensor is not what makes the d4 expensive
sorry just not true. the viral campain the amount of excitement this has generated. this has mass appeal
i dont think the masses hardly ever shoot video with dslr
as in medium format is far more common in professional photography
its incredible unusual
Everyone is saying this is going to be 3000 bux and to me this is just nuts. no way it is. this is just like when every one said the d800 was going to be 4400 it made no sense in the market. this is an attempt to gain some of the cool factor mirrorless has and have a hit. its tech specs are great but there is nothing to make you think it will cost more than 1800-2300 range. And dont say the d4 sensor. the s4 sensor is not what makes the d4 expensive
almost no professional photographers use mirrorless it is next to unheard of and makes no sense in a professional setting and i looked your gallery and there is simple no way you are making your living in this industry.
I would have been happier if they put mft sensor in made it a tad bigger and less of a superzoom and probably a bit more expensive