Don Sata: It is very difficult to break into the Pro or Semi-Pro market with a good amateur base that can use their same lenses in a better camera and if I'm not mistaken most of the Samsung's amateur base uses MFT.
You could be right about MFT. Difficult to choose, but just bought NX500 and plan was (is?) to buy more Samsung. Depends on price and what people tell about service.
tinternaut: Rather glad I didn't buy that NX500...
Thought about that, well, but then the lenses come down, and I'll be there. At least I got 20% on NX500.
And I'm glad I bought it a week ago. Great camera.
Often need EVF, but if there is no NX50, this would be something with my 30mm. And still lots of lenses to be found here. They will work even if Samsung is quitting, I hope.
Interesting arguments for and against fake moon landings, but this was solved 4 years ago. I think... Some images missing, but still rather awesome.
Tapper123: Anemic update of a good camera. If they'd maybe added a built-in EVF.
What I thought RX10 would be, what I hope Coolpix B will be!
Johannes Zander: I think the handle is very practical for street photography!
Yes! And if the bottom is flat, could place it on a rotating plate?
Canon G 10 ok after fall on cobblestone, image of damaged stone= reward from Canon?
mpgxsvcd: I feel confident that the RX100 MKIV can do everything that the enthusiast user would ever want to do and probably just about everything that the pro-sumer user would want it to do. Some cameras may do specific things better but nothing does everything as well as this camera does.
I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this camera to virtually everyone. Even if you are a Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji, Pentax….etc fanatic this camera would have to intrigue you.
Any improvement at high ISO jpeg? Or do the III have less grain and a bit sharper?
Even RX1 will be boring soon? Saving for Phase One....
Maybe not ground-breaking, but great for the price. When will we get the 100 and 200mm 2.8 also? Only for Nikon, Canon and Sony now?
maxnimo: I was hoping the P610 was full frame with f2.8 all the way, but I don't believe it is:(
Maybe that's the new P700 with 80 (or 100?) x zoom? Should come with a solid tripod....
Better video, same level of EVF and LCD as SX60 and almost 0,1 kg less weight. Need to know more. But do not find it underwhelming or waste of time. Larger sensor would mean more heavy or less zoom?
Interesting, comparison with SX60 soon?
Already 36 "I had it" for Sony Alpha 7 II? And so on for others. Not satisfied? Or people here "buy" lots of cameras and play with them and return before 30 days? OK if they are called "B" or refurbished, so I can buy them at a lower price...
"In fact, at ISO 51200, the D750 is on par with Sony's much-acclaimed 'low light king', the A7S."
Seems to be the case. But to me the Sony Jpegs look much better. So what is done different here?
petemod: It would be nice if they just made one model that had a viewfinder AND a flip out screen.
Agree! Viewfinder a good thing, but 200.000 dots - would be ok 8 years ago? If it's the same as in LF1, not very good, read the dpr review. But could be helpful in sunshine anyway. And a fine LCD.
Hoping for a enthusiast compact with the GX7 tilting EVF...
Interesting figures for Olympus and Fuji: I own it - I had it. Lots of people sell these cameras after a short time. Would make me doubt if I was interested. Better figures for Pentax.
cgarrard: Samsung's rubbing elbows with cell phone users is not going to save their photo business (what little there is of it in the first place).
Samsung had a chance to really get ahead of Sony and other mirrorless makers and totally dropped the ball. Then they ran off the field and realized later what they had done. They then try to come back into the game. Uh no... it don't work that way Samsung.
NX300 is old news, stale.
Dropped the ball, really? After enjoying G3 with 20mm for a while, got NX10 and 30mm very cheap. G3 better in low light, but in daylight NX10 is better, especially branches and leaves sharper. And VERY easy to use. And I'm sure NX300 is a LOT better. But the 60mm is twice the weight of the Oly 60mm, a problem for the NX system.
If it has a lens cap not so fond of that. Small sensor. But EVF, hooray and very good Nikon! Articulated screen. 2.0 to 4.0, fine.
But waiting for more small compacts with EVF. Maybe in a pocket 15-20 x zoom? Nikon got it right. Panasonic not? (and why is EVF specification not as important as LCD specification for some?)
Tilting EVF and LCD, and in body stabilization?! Let's hope it's up among the best. Would be nice with my 20mm. Good to see Panasonic doing something new. Must be near the top of the dpr review list?