All beautiful and amazing images. Well done, photographers!
Nice update. I've been wanting to try these filters. Some things you can't do in PP and for others - it's still better to get it right in camera rather than spend time behind a computer in PP.
NCB: Potentially a great camera. Potentially. I picked up a P7100 cheap when the price dropped, and in many ways that's a very nice camera. Loads of well -organised controls of the type which are useful, and an excellent lens. Initial thoughts about the P7800, based mainly on experience with the P7100.
1) Pity the quick settings control wheel button has gone. It makes access the main setting very quick and easy.
2) How good is the EFV? If it's a good one it'll be an improvement. The P7100 optical vf is OK , but framing is a problem.
3) The P7100 colour out of the box is dire. Starts with two Auto WBs, Standard and Warm. Both are too cool. Took a lot of fiddling to get what I want.
4) Speed, or alleged lack of it, doesn't worry me. It's not a factor in the type of shooting I do.
Summary; going on the P7100, the lens in the P7800 should be a cracker, and it's a nice design. Worth a close look.
Re your #1 - they added a kind of quick Q button where it looks like you can access several different settings so it may not be as much of an inconvenience to access some of those things as previously thought with the quick settings control wheel gone (which they had to get rid of to allow for the new EVF) I was a little bummed by it too until I saw that new Q button. You can see it on Nikon's site.
(unknown member): Too little, too late.
Adobe, we don't want to rent our software. Is that clear enough? You are opening yourself wide open to competition in a way you never have before. You think you are the only option, and perhaps you are for the time being, but now people will be looking elsewhere very carefully.
You may earn a profit from this scheme, but not a dime of that money will come from me.
+1 from me to exactly what you said!
Will you be doing a full review on this and the Q lenses?
I think it should have received the Gold award here, as many others have mentioned, and I think it deserves its recognition as one of the best inventions of 2012. Congrats to Sony for a great, innovative, camera that is fun to use and can produce excellent results - and fits in your pocket.
Perhaps a slight edit here:From: When a camera a self-consciously stylishTo: When a camera is as self-consciously stylish
I keep getting an error message when I try to click on either of the galleries.
This is gorgeous! Nice work!
Thanks! She's a cutie for sure. :)
I don't get all the hate either! This looks like a fun cover and I like the look of the Nikon 1 series cameras. This cover gives people an option to personalize theirs and have some fun, not unlike cell phone covers. Fun - what most people have when using their cameras. And different styles for different tastes. Why do so many have to spew hatred for a different opinion?
BTW, DP review admins, you might sweep this thread for spam. I'm not too interested in "making $83/hr on the laptop...." AND you might start limiting the number of negative hate posts - it gets very old very quickly. Almost not worth coming to DP Review anymore because it's always hate, hate, hate.
cotton-tail rabbits are wild animals but are smaller than chickens so what's up with that restriction?
great image! congrats on your challenge win.
wow! great image. I would never in a million years get that close to the edge of that cliff. :)
nice work; very beautiful
gorgeous image! nice work
beautiful. congrats on the win. nice work.
very cute. nice work. congrats on the challenge win.