But you can fit more icons with a 4k display :)
Not good for fat fingers tho.
Probably gonna be the first and last full frame DSLR by Pentax
So many haters. This is a great idea but the price is steep. Not much different to people putting on grips on DSLRs to improve handling.
Franco8: The inventor stated he uses it to take "STILL PICTURES" That is Photographs that dont move. What does he call Video "Moving Photograph"
I don't own a go pro but i am guessing it is pictures with subjects that don't move. Maybe the go pro has a shutter speed limitation
Canonrumors have mentioned the 1dx firmware update
Didn't read the article correctly but other comments suggested that this update does not address lossless compression.
I want lossless not lossy.
Richard Murdey: What is up with that product shot, which looks like it was taken with an iPhone at ISO3200?
I agree, its a pretty poor picture.
Maybe they are too embarrassed about their own brand so didn't want to show the front ring.
Thank you Sony for having regular model updates. It makes planning for upgrades much easier. Older models become cheaper allowing others an affordable path to Full Frame.
Sony gives users a choice on features with many different price points.
Kavu: The a7s III is slated for release in Europe in late November.
But they only just announced the II?
keeponkeepingon: It's really odd that almost all pictures are with the kit lens or UWA zoom. The only pictures taken with a prime lens (the 22mm F2.0) are at 3200 ISO and above.
Please post a few picts with the 22mm under normal conditions at reasonable ISO. That lens is really popular with the EOS-M crowd, and shots with it would be most helpful for folks considering upgrading.
And while you are at it throw in a few picts with decent EF or EF-S canon glass using the adapter?
I don't think the m3 is an upgrade. There are better options if you are not invested in Canon glass.
This camera is a compromise the only thing that is selling these things is the Canon compatibility.
kodakrome: or this one...
I'm a canon user and quite disappointed the M3 did not do 4k.
FFS my ASUS padfone does 4k. So does my Samsung galaxy s5.
Sony have 5 out of the top 10 digital cameras sold on AMAZON.
Jun2: It is cheaper to buy new, returning and paying for the re-stocking fee than rental.
At first i didn't like the practice of use and return, but it has grown on me from a buyers perspective. You see, i like a great deal and the best deals can normally be had on refurbished products.
I have saved from 50% to 80% on some items by buying refurbished.
This wouldn't be possible if folks didn't change their mind and return things.
BeaverTerror: Looks like they got lucky. Here's what Half Dome looks like on busy days:
The climb is actually scary. If you slip you could actually end up in the valley. On a busy day you have turtles taking their time and speedsters overtaking you.
That is a long hike. Did it last year with an EOS M and my feet and back was hurting by the end of the day. Awesome view from up there. One slip on that rock and the story could have a different ending.
Wow a new AF system just from software?.
Firmware updates to fix bugs understandable.Firmware to add a new AF system sounds fishy.
I think Fuji is intentionally crippling their cameras on release. Judging by the comments it seems they are repeat offenders. They probably think its a great marketing tactic. Users getting something for nothing.
Half the people that buy this camera don't frequent these camera forums. I guess they will never realize the full potential of their camera.
nicolaiecostel: The 7D mk2 is an action camera. With 10 fps and class leading auto focus, the camera is forgiven for low DR and not that good high ISO performance.
In contrast, a camera like the D800E or D810 is a slow, high megapixel camera with great image quality made especially for applications where a great image with lots of detail is required.
What canon has done is it has made a D810 style camera with the upscaled 7Dmk2 sensor.
And this just doesn't make any sense.
From a shareholder point of view, makes perfect sense. Squeeze more dollars from existing technology = bigger profits.
The camera might not be for everyone but at least Canon released what the market was asking for. A high megapixel native Canon mount camera.
Frank C.: http://www.dpreview.com/previews/canon-eos-5ds-sr/7
100 ISO +6EV compare Nikon vs Canon
Nikon kills ANYTHING Canon
shame....Canon's got some pretty good glass
I guess it'll eventually be used on the A7R II
Canon to become Sony premier's lens supplier!
Just based on Franks linkIn the comparison tool DPReview has the files to download and shows the file size.
Big difference in files sizes as well.
5DS R JPG - 46.2MB RAW 46.9MB
D810 JPG - 23MBRAW - 70.9MB
Keeper78: Every five years I own a Sony camera system just because is looking so good on paper. Always I end up selling it after six months. Color quality and ISO performance is way behind Nikon, Fuji or others. If you printing on aluminum is ok.
Any crop sized sensor and above camera in the past 5 years can take professional looking photos.
Sony are at least adding new features to their cameras and not just on improving performance.