MAybe I missed it,,, What's the burst/buffer depth for RAW,, anyone know?
itchhh: I'm not sure the word "stunning" fits for these images in 2014. Maybe 10 years ago, but not today. With the rapid improvements in technology and more people with camera's, stunning shots are harder to come by than they once were. Kuddos to each of the photographers and their shots, its still an honor to be chosen.
Well you're just a little ray of sunshine, aren't you?
Glen Barrington: No Viewfinder, No thanks. I can get the Olympus OMD E-M10 for that much money, and it comes with a viewfinder.
This illustrates the point I've been making for the last week or so. The future does NOT belong to Canon. Canon/Kodak sameo-sameo.
yeah,, right. lol
MaxiMax: There was a time when I really liked Canon cameras. Back in 2004, after getting rid of all my Nikon film cameras, I bought their flagship camera with 8 Mpixels. It was a much better camera than Nikon's flagship at that time, that had only 5 Mpixels - It was a time when pixels really counted. On the compact side, I had a few Canon compacts. They were all great cameras. The last compact from Canon I owned was the G10. After that, sorry Canon, but you are lagging behind now. Canon needs seriously to do a better job. Today, I own cameras from other brands. The G1 X Mark II looks disappointing.
What a lovely story.
Super486: 645Z for landscape/portraits and K-3 for action would be a great combo!
Pentax K-3 for action? Utter nonsense until there are an assload of new lenses,, i.e. top quality & fast-focusing 135mm F/2, 70-200 f/2.8 and 400 F/2.8,,, at a minimum.
Juck: That's frankly astonishing.
If I gave everyone on this forum a gold brick, for free, you would be the one complaining that it's not shiny enough.
Debankur Mukherjee: Another great sensor from Sony and I am sure the Nikon D5 will have it .......
You think the Nikon D5 will have a 12mp sensor? hmmm
That's frankly astonishing.
CFynn: "The new lens is handmade out of brass" - I wonder, how do you make a lens out of an opaque metal? Is it a pinhole lens or something?
Swing and a miss.
D 503: Why did she not have a gun ?
Because she was a photographer you utter clown.
Seems to be the answer to a question that noone asked.
Lovely,,, #9 is a fantastic capture.
five5pho: in the end, our computers will be only terminals not even with hard disks inside them, everything would be on some ''cloud'' .Those that do not pay or can not afford to pay would be left out of the ''grid''
Biowizard: Sounds to me like NOW is the time to buy your drone (or two), and enough spare parts to keep it flying for years to come ...
... it is only a matter of time before these devices are suppressed by the authorities.
YEh, keep wearing that foil helmet biowizard,,,, best buy a bunch of ammo & MRE's while you're at it.
GPW: Unlimited, NOT a chance. The photographer gets a one time cut of $175, while 500px gets a cut every time their clients use your photo.
Steve Balcombe: This is why we're still waiting for the 7D MkII - obviously it must be getting this sensor...
Sarcasm,,, look into it.
Jim Salvas: How much if this could have been accomplished with just a firmware update? Seems to me, almost all if it.
Liberator: I use Toshiba Flashair with my OMD and I like better than Eye-Fi. I used to have one but never liked it
Fascinating, yet pointless unless you tell us why you never liked the eye-fi. Was it the color?
StevenMajor: BAD CHOICE Without the words of explanation, the image is at best a curiosity. Images need to speak on their own, to tell a story or offer information that is clear and concise. This image was likely chosen to bring attention to the plight of the people in the region. It's all political BS, not just the problems of the Somalians, but the winning image as well.
damn,, who twisted this guy's tit?