Lea5: It's the little things where you can see god's art at best.
Because it's Bronze age mythology.
Nice, but Alpha 7 is much better.
Lawrencew: Wow! It didn't take you guys long to copy what I did early todayhttp://eos-m.net/rumours/canon-white-world-teaser/
Your website looks like an 8 year old made it.
SteveEBell: Ive had my D600 in twice for repair, first time new shutter, second time they just cleaned it and they said the dust was from external sources.I asked them about how they fixed the shutter in the first place, as I had seen reports of double sided sticky tape being used for the repair. The girl replied this isn't ordinary tape it comes from Nikon in Japan . Gobsmacked at that I've just sent letter's off to Dixons travel( part of curry's) and to Nikon formally asking for either a refund or a replacement D610 Quoting the Sale of goods act 1979 and quality of service act 1979 to Nikon awaiting there response although I can guess what that will be.A letter came back from Nikon the first time I asked and in that letter they said you can use NX2 software to get rid of the spots in my photographs , and that's the best advice Ive received from them. ah well.
What a gigantic waste of time. You're not going to get a refund or a D610.
dual12: LOL! They probably pocket the $500 and do nothing to the camera.
Don't you have a MENSA meeting to go to?
f64manray: Why not go truly retro and get rid of the LCD screen on the back of the camera and not allow the user to see his photos until they're loaded into photoshop at home. Now that's photography for the passionate photographer. At least that's how it was when I was a passionate photographer.
This seems more like a cam for modern digital photographers to feel like they're old school. NOT even close boys.
>>Even in film days, you used Polaroids to preview your shots.
Only if you had no idea what you were doing.
T3: I think after the novelty wears off, the DF's "retro"-ness is just going to feel clunky, cluttered, and not so ergonomic. But at least it will get you some attention. Maybe.
Exactly,, this is purely for posers.
dannyboy5400: Nikon D800, Sony A7, A7R, even the D600 and D610 would be cameras I buy before this thing. Oooh, it has knobs, wow, so impressive.
Calm down Raist3d,, you'll burst your bag.
Yawn. Definitely one for the old farts. This is retro for the sake of it,,,, this is a Kanye West cover of Hey Jude,,, utterly pointless.
You just keep using this same pic huh?
igor_s: Gold award? Good joke.
Even move/video mode - the only thing in which 70D was supposed to excel - is not as good as its "comparatively small WF" and $1200 tag (see the ratings). Meaning that 60D with not-so-good new AF at $ 1200 would be a bargain. Oh, well, add AF microadjustment, silent mode and Wi-Fi... and FOUR years distance.
Though, if you keep your eyes open you can see the real picture, thanks DPR.
Thanks for that, short, but pointless.
Erick L: When you don't have content, change the container.
>>As they have the best content of any DSLR outt there
I just laughed so hard I peed a bit.
Bravo,,, #12 is astonishing
CameraLabTester: The 7D Mark II better top this baby...
Challenging act to follow up.
>>7d isn't getting a II
lol,, that's the dumbest thing I've read all day,, and I was just on a NASCAR forum.
That's just awesome.
sdribetahi: Old people and bird shooters don't want video on their camera because they think it drives up the cost with a feature they don't use. So now you get a $3000 camera and no video. This is why we can't have nice things. Thanks for nothing.
Don't waste the keystrokes Larry.
Joseph: Why does anyone who buy quality lenses use a piece of cheap glass filter in front? It just degraded the picture quality.
I have stopped using UV "protective" filter many years ago and I have yet damaged any of my lenses, pro grade or not, ultra wide angle or long. Not even a scratch.
Damaged front elements are usually the result of carelessness or stupidity, not irony, derr. Using a UV or clear filter, no matter the quality, degrades the image. Period.
dstate1: A sick joke. Google earth gives a more accurate representation of the realities of the DPRK. Mass poverty and food shortages combined with a sociopathic government that does not dare let its people see what they are missing. Helpfull minders indeed....
Sometimes evil really is evil.
Man,, you just do everything Fox news tells you eh?
CameraLabTester: 41 MP Nokia Lumia 1020.
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>>Maybe I'm just trying to be like you. ;)
Please don't do that John.
Osvaldo Cristo: Human beings at their full madness... and they call that "enjoyment"... very crazy world!
Congrats for survive there. It is an interesting picture, indeed.
You sound like an absolute joy. Said no-one, ever.