Love this shot!
rjaywallace: Forgetting price for the moment, how will its performance compare to the Leica Q compact or the Panasonic Lumix GX8? When will DPReview publish in-depth evaluations of the Leica Q and the GX8 compacts?
Why yes, owner of the "Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar T*":P
QuarryCat: but the quality of Olympus cameras is down to a basis level, Cameras look very quickly very used just from taking them out of the photo-bag or from the sweat on your fingers - E-M5 was worse - E-M5II is even more worse and E-M1 is not really better...I had them all for a year - not any longer.
the same but even worse with lenses, first they cut the sunshades out of the lens set and charged crazy extra prices - now all the lenses are not ZUIKO anymore, no famous Japan production - but China plastic
Lol quarrycat. Love the fact that in your spiel on you profile page you say "– so the first step is to accept other opinions – as strange as they might seem", followed by bagging people out as fanboys because they have a different opinion to you. Methinks thou doth project too much.
Mike FL: "12.3% increase in net sales year-on-year" is almost having NO increasing "year-on-year".
Olympus reported in Yen, but Yen lost 14% "year-on-year" as seem from below:
In the other words, if Olympus is using USD for reporting, it will be "2% *decrease* in net sales year-on-year".
Yes, that's right, decreasing instead of increasing.
Whatever makes you happy Mike.
Just a Photographer: Now all mirrorless camera manufacturers are profitable.Sony, Fuji and now Olympus all presented black figures recently for their imaging business.
While Nikon and Canon are suffering. Its not that these DSLR manufacturers make losses on selling systems, but they do loose heavily in profitability and marketshare over the recent years.
Times are changing.
I would expect Panasonic to be joining the rest of the club soon. Their new releases look a lot less experimental, and a lot more focussed and good value than they did a few years back. No more messing around with subpar EVFs and quirks. Now you can buy a G7 for $800, with an EVF larger than most 35mm DSLRs.
Are we sure this is for cameras, because it makes a hell of a lot more sense for microscopes?
nikkor35f2: I would not spend e money for my own figurine but would bring my children every 2to3 yrs to do one. Keep a record of their growing. And technically it should get cheaper Looks good.
No, this technology wasn't used in the Matrix. The Matrix used bullettime - a much simpler effect using a different technique.
Fortunately others are prepared to understand the technology.eg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_eqaKym_II
Or how about a castle?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTipU14OeSc
I think you need some imagination, BigOne. This particular application is the tip of the iceberg. Beneath the water is architecture and heritage work, archaeology, paleontology, geology and other sciences, film work, mining, engineering and surveying, and so on.
Mike FL: Canon is much better b/c much larger sensor:
BTW,above are Canon EOS 1DX
MikeFL, there's a big difference between bullet time (easy) and SFM (structure from motion)/Photogrammetry (not easy).
And sensor size is not relevant. You're constrained by depth of field in this applications.
Dimit: They've gone crazy over there ay Panasonic!!! Should be mentally retarded not to grab A7ii instead of this m43 monster.Stupidity reigns !!!
Trk- Complains about cost of lenses. Buys two systems.***slow clap***
The Bigma is back!!! Well, a suitable equivalent anyway. :D
Love this shot
PerL: There seems to be a lot of excitement on the mirrorless forums about red dot sights, bypassing the EVF altogether for tracking action. That tells me that EVFs still lags OVFs in speed, by an amount enough to be an issue.
Yeah. I've never used a red dot sight for it's optical pathway. I've always used it because it allows for an accurate aim with a wide field of view.
There's no shortage of discussion of red dot sights on DSLR forums. The only reason it's being discussed heavily now, is because there's finally a commercial RDS available.
Such a well done idea.
Nifty. Looks nice.
amateurphotographer: Am a working photographer and have the 500SSD which is partitioned for both mac and PC. I was looking for a 1TB last week and this has solved my problem. The monster digital is 1TB ssd (USD1400) but has thunderbolt but no usb3, so no good for PCs. G technology don't have 1TB ssd. On my existing 500ssd I do find it handy having both thunderbolt and usb3, most importantly it give you the versatility to transfer files to clients as quick as possible depending on their machine. Also I use both PC and Imac at home so useful in that environment.This 1TB is pricey but if you really need the transfer speed, the portability, the thunderbolt with usb3 then there aren't many or no other options currently on the market (maybe I am wrong). If you can wait for file transfer then don't get SSD, standard hard drive is cheaper. This 1TB SSD is built for users needing the speed.
Seagate thunderbolt adaptor. Bus powered. Can switch from usb3 to FireWire to thunderbolt. Can use bare drives.
Great shot. Might pay to check your sensor for dust though. Looks like a spec on the left side.