They must be mad.
More light! More light!
And never mind zooms.
JohnEwing: When reviewing "tough" cameras it would be useful to mention (in the specs?) whether the LCD uses Gorilla glass or equivalent.
My Panny TS1 did, and spent years in a side pocket of my handlebar bag with no damage. My TS3 didn't, as I found out after a month in the HB bag.
Had I known of the difference I would have put on a screen protector.
So: what about the Olly? GG or no?
When I put a screen protector on the Panny's scratched LCD the adhesive filled the scratches and they disappeared, but returned after a while. I usually use it when cycling, with me and it covered in sweat, so it doesn't make a great deal of difference, but all the same...
When reviewing "tough" cameras it would be useful to mention (in the specs?) whether the LCD uses Gorilla glass or equivalent.
Gee, I didn't know people came with serial numbers. Is this another dastardly NSA plot?
Although Cavada says that nobodyhas ever been prosecuted for copyright infringement in non-FoP countries, the FoP law is there as a convenient stick for the backs of photogs should the need arise.
It looks as if a vast campaign of civil disobedience is in order.
Unless you have a sync mount you get drift even with a small scope, but this is impressive even so.
Consider ye the Lily..
Non-removable battery, good for 20 minutes, 2-hour USB recharge. Great for Junior losing his teeth on the half-pipe but I guess we can forget about Paris-Brest-Paris.
It's a toy.
A filter to remove bug-splats from photos through windscreens would be even better.
HakanL: Linnaeus Tripe? Really? That's his name?
Can one be rude when speaking of the dead? I always thought that rudeness was an interactive affair.
Anyway, that *was* his name, and what's more he was English (according to the MMA) so tripe the substance was involved. His family were possibly offal handlers.
Why not screw a lobster to it and call it an "homard"?
Eclipses are wonderful enough already. No embellishment required.
justinwonnacott: so tired of non existent kickstarter ideas . . . show me the one you have wrapped and ready to go or get off my doorstep.
Good one, Lars. You can then go to the bank and say "Look, I got $10,000 on Kickstarter, it *must* be a good idea."
The sample pics show perfectly why you're better off without.
And in 15 years we'll be saying "of course, it only had 2015 technology - only 3200 Mp! That's smaller than the average pro SLR nowadays."
Anyone else sick of reading about selfies?
Still, if they make the cameras sell better...
JohnEwing: Lots of refurbs on the horizon...
The ones Nikon is replacing could well resurface as factory refurbs.
Lots of refurbs on the horizon...
...and the D750 for inspired photos with flare.