Have Sony think about a 10 megapixel say A5100S for APS-C low light king?
I would definitely buy it, probably won't happen
Is this plastic?
if so very disappointing, I like my NEX-5n magnesium alloy, shiny nice metal
no sample photo for WG-4, can dpreview fix this?Thanks
I own a TG-2. I am curious whether 16MP TG-3 is an upgrade or downgrade from TG-2 under low lightTG-2 has done alot right, quick operation, good battery life,good WB but my biggest complain is heavy noise reductionDon't know whether they use lower NR in TG-3
Curiously Sony the innovator in the industry just give up or is it really? or rather something revolutionary is planned next year? I own TX-5 the first one with 10 MP and is generally happy with it. Sadly the camera is lost under sea and successor IQ go downhill. Really want a truly new waterproof cam from Sony
Right now, only 2 camera is worth considering TG-3 and WG-4 for the F2 lens
Jefftan: compare pic 12 of TG-3 and pic 16 of WG-4same scene,same settingbase iso, F2.8
surprising how much sharper and more detail (note the English character in the scene at 100%) WG-4 is
also the first pic of TG-3 and 1st pic of WG-4both indoor high ISO sceneTG-3 at ISO 500, WG-4 at ISO 1600 again surprisingly although WG-4 has more noise, it appear to have more detail even at ISO 1600 probably due to much less aggressive NR
I got a TG-2 last year, operation, focus speed and battery life all excellent but I begin to think that for critical IQ, it probably is behind Pentax/Ricoh
If I have to choose now,the chice maybe different, IQ is most important
what you said may be true but processing especially NR is extremely important in cameras without RAW.
TG series is guilty of heavy handed NR and Pentax/Ricoh NR is much less aggressive. if you want less noise you can go through NR with another program (I won't) but this won't work the other way around
with heavy NR the detail is gone forever, I never understand how difficult for camera company to offer adjustable NR for jpeg but I guess complaining is useless
compare pic 12 of TG-3 and pic 16 of WG-4same scene,same settingbase iso, F2.8
Jefftan: anyone notice the diffraction problem? at full zoom max aperture is probably F 7 and no surprise resolution got a huge drop
It is the same for all this type of pocketable super zoom so I am not faulting this camera but those who are serious about IQ in a small sensor super zoom should consider Stylus 1 anf FZ 200 but they are not pocketable of course
Thanks this is a good suggestion. I forget about this camera. I will investigate further
anyone notice the diffraction problem? at full zoom max aperture is probably F 7 and no surprise resolution got a huge drop
alexisgreat: Basically give this camera the Olympus C-8080 sensor (2/3" 8 MP) or C-7070 (1/1.8" 7 MP), both CCD, I hate CMOS....... and a lens to fit either of those sensors, and we're good to go ;-) wouldn't mind the feature set of those cameras either- it's sad that cameras from 10 years ago are a lot more advanced than the ones today.
I am still using my Panasonic TS1 partly because of the CCD sensor. High ISO is useless but for ISO 100 shot with 12 MP it is probably better in terms of resolution,color compare with current 1/2.3 16MP BSI CMOS sensor.
The main appeal is the 5-axis stabilization and yet the reviewer make no mention of its usefulness whatsoever
If the author of this article read this can you please comment on that? Thanks
still basically same camera as TG-1, when will a true successor come? already 2 years
can someone help me please, should I buy this or Canon s120pros and con pleasethanks
sean lee: Is it about to come next generation of coolpix A?
not as serious as people like to put ithow many situation would you max zoom at low light? for me neverin daylight even F5.6 you go up to ISO 200 will than be OKno big deal, I would rather have a true pocket camera than a muck bulkier F2.8 at max zoom
I am never a zoom person anyway and if zoom always in daylight
what concern me is if shot to shot speed has been improved and ISO 800 (I won't go higher) also improvedeven if ISO 800 not improved, this year we can use DXO PRIME on RAW (not sure if PRIME can be used on jpeg or even if possible useful or not)
only difference with p330 is built in wifi?
Andrew P Moore: I'd hoped for Wifi to be added alongside the induction charging to save needing to open the camera, but it seems they've also removed the induction charging feature :(
are you sure than I have to get WG3
anyone can tell me what's the difference between this and WG3? this being the only difference? "The new models offer shutter priority mode and a 'User' mode that stores custom settings"Thanks
the whole design concept is wrong. It is too bulky, no IS, weak O-ring seal, low battery life
What is needed is a tough version of Coolpix A, Ricoh GR and RX1R (with IS and wireless charging of battery)that is what the camera market neededeasily sold for $1000 and more
this is a failed first attempt. hopefully more to come
Olympus TG-2 which I own is an underappreciated camera. It is great up to ISO 400There is a trick that I use to get shot at ISO 400 handheld when ISO 800/1600 is required. Use the continuous shooting mode at ISO 400, take about 10 shots and usually at least 1 will be sharp. Best tough camera at the moment
Hi DXO Labsmay I ask how many copies of lens do you use to calibrate each lens, lots of variaion between different copy of the same lensalso can I use other RAW converters with no sharpening and just use DXO for lens specific sharpening? Thanks
Jerry 39: Does anyone know if the Fuji X-E1 is supported?
is the stripe down feature important for most people?