migus: Samsung NX series and EX1 not supported
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brkl: It's been mentioned, but I'll mention it again in case they're listening. Proper DNG support is a must. I would have bought the thing when 7 came out if it read my DNGs.
DNG files from my Pentax are supported very well
jeffharris: What is this, the NEX-6?
Apple is suing Samsung for copying both the iPhone and iPad, now they're copying Sony. Maybe their lawyers needed something to do.
This is "innovation" in the Microsoft tradition.
Also have a look here: http://www.google.nl/search?q=samsung+nv+series&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&hl=nl&tab=wi&biw=1920&bih=979
In this case, in your way of explaining, Sony has copied Samsung.
whtchocla7e: Small bodies + quality lenses + EVF's = paradox
Get it through your heads people - you want small, you'll have to accept the compromises that come with it. And there's a whole lot of them.
This Samsung design is another example of trying to satisfy gadget freaks rather than photographers. I don't blame Samsung, I blame you!!!!
explain? Okay it's a joke to think it fits into your pocket, but the size is smaller than a dSLR.
buzzinhornet: Interesting idea, but... They spend all that R&D and decide to go with switches instead of traditional rings to control the zoom and focus. Pentax used rings on the FA*28-70 F 2.8 and their other powerzoom lenses years ago. Using switches means you have to hold the camera a certain way to activate the zoom or focus, rings are what we are all used to on lense, Wake up Pannasonic, I like your tech, but spen more time on the user interface next time.
Compare the size of the Pentax to this lens....
allenrob108: I hope this camera is really good at higher ISO's, 400 and up. With glass this slow you will be shooting with small apertures, higher ISO's and slow shutter speeds a lot. It just appears that SMALL is THEE most important goal with these designs. I don't know maybe I'm wrong but I thought image quality was THEE most important goal of any camera. I want to see the prints with this lens and the m4/3 Panny's & Oly's at ISO 400 and up. If the camera does well at higher ISO's then Panny has itself a real winner. I get the feeling that m4/3 manufacturers are painting themselves into a corner trying to go smaller and smaller. You've got smallish sensors which struggle somewhat at higher ISO's and they're trying to put small, slow lenses on them that require exceptional performance from the sensor. I vaguely remember, way back when, small rangefinder cameras with full frame 35mm film in them. Hey maybe digital manufacturers could do that too. I must be genius coming up that one.
Haven't you read the reviews here about the m43 camera's? The GH2 and the G3 are having really great results at high iso.
Wow! Looking great! Developments like these will someday knock-out the dSLRs
RuthC: The rules clearly state 'No black and white' shots, yet there are a number of these entries. Why don't people read the rules? And why doesn't the Host DQ these entries?Also, a reflection is NOT a shadow, and entries with reflections should, IMO, be DQ'd. :-)
Congrats! Great picture with a great story!
but why did you keep this one?
drwho9437: Glad to see some original thinking in the camera market. Such a system could be useful for extremely compact telephoto work in bright light (think birds, if the AF is good).
Better than the same core camera in yet another body that Panasonic and Olympus have been doing (for the most part) in this market since the launch of their systems. Rumor is there will also be a K-mount mirrorless in the fall...
I think it's all about pixel-peeping and not about what this camera is really about. http://j.mp/iB6U97. I think this camera is about portability and creativity. That's what I like about it!
Corros: I think when the sensor quality will be like the Canon Powershot series of today, this one will rock! Really small with some pretty nice primes, but it's not for a big marked, therefore a m4/3 or else is needed for the big crowd!
I think it's not that simple.
I think when the sensor quality will be like the Canon Powershot series of today, this one will rock! Really small with some pretty nice primes, but it's not for a big marked, therefore a m4/3 or else is needed for the big crowd!
Congratulations with your win. This picture Really shows the Beauty ofnthe Beast
Little late, but Congrats with your 1st place. I liked your picture directly and hoped your one would win! Your picture showed the essentials of this challenge.