Jefftan: "softening brought about by shutter shock. The E-M10 II suffers from the same problem but, unlike G7, offers an electronic first curtain mode (called 0sec Anti-Shock) that eliminates it "
May I ask the reviewer or anyone in the know, Does it mean that I should always use electronic shutter in GM1 (probably same shutter shock problem as G7) or only in certain shutter speed?
Get me confused. My understanding is that using electronic shutter bring about added noise and rolling shutter effect (is this effect only for moving subjects?) and should be avoid when standard shutter can be used (1/500 or slower)
But than what about this shutter shock problem? Thanks
I would also have a question. Sorry, if it was already mentioned. Does the same recommendation apply for E-M10 (Mark I)? I mean to have 0sec Anti-Shock always on. Or is this problem of 5-axis IS only? Thanks.
Well, I would expect that dpreview will at least comment or react in some way about the copyright problem this artist has. It's obvious that he used photographs of Joel Robison. Still nothing.... http://joelrobison.com/when-imitation-stops-being-flattering/
Sony F.T.W. ...... :)
I love this picture. Really special. Congrats.
justmeMN: US$800 for no viewfinder and a sensor that's smaller than APS-C is a tough sell.
US$1,100 for the camera plus a viewfinder is a tougher sell.
a6000 but with a crappy kit lens......
macky patalinghug: FF?I know many will vehemently react to this question.It's just a poor guess so please don't get angry.
Revenant. Where did you hear/read about the fixed lens compact? I would be interested to know more. I am waiting for a fixed lens compact with a big sensor (micro 4/3 or larger) basic zoom (for example 28-90) and with some macro ability for years. Canon G1X was close besides the terrible macro.
rhlpetrus: Why can't Nikon put a 1 sensor in this body?
I would not be so sure that it won't fit.
I believe this could be a bestseller if they have a good marketing. For example David Hasselhoff would be a great official face for this product.
CameraLabTester: The EOS M is sadly in "No Man's Land" right now...
It has the same fate as the Nikon "1" system.
Both Canon and Nikon have just over saturated the Market Segment and they have just sailed right into the Sargaso Sea.
It has the same fate as the Nikon 1 system? Really? I am not a fan of this system either, but it seems that Nikon 1 is selling good. You can not say that about EOS M.