So far only Panasonic GH4 offer 10bit 4K externally at bargain price, for Sony you have to buy FS7 to get 10bit 4K or FS700 with Raw out, for Canon there is only C300 MK II, BM 4K/Ursa mini can do 10bit 4k internally.
So that means DJI/Go Pro will have 120fps 4K in their next product?
First look https://vimeo.com/146117080
Doesn't look like it have apsh lens, no onion ring (like the voigtlander 25mm 0.95), no cat eye bokeh associated with f1.2+ fast lens, at F1.1 it look reasonable sharp on video, probably need photos to see actual sharpness comparison to other F0.95 lens.
ZhanMInG12: I honestly don't get the "too expensive" comments in this post. The A7rII alone is $3,200. The Sony 35mm F2.8 is another $600-800, which brings the total price to close to $4,000. For the price of the A7rII body you get effectively the same sensor, with amazing sync speeds, minus IBIS and 4k, and a great F2 Zeiss lens. Sure, it's not for everybody, but neither is any other FF camera.
I've handled the Leica Q and found a lot to be desired. The sensor is okay but not brilliant, dynamic range at low ISO cannot compete with the A7rII and the files are distinctly more noisy than the A7rII files downsized to 24MP. The body is almost as heavy as an M, and operations are just a tiny bit slower at each turn than the new E-mount bodies. Leica's flash system is also pretty miserable compared to Sony. So there are trade-offs...Not to mention the fact that you can't seem to buy a Leica Q anywhere right now. At least you can know for sure that you'll have an RX1II by November if you pre-order now.
A7RII is brand new for $2699 on ebay, add $400 28mm F2 or $600 35mm f2.8 and it is the same price as this RX1R II but with far more feature, control and choice of lens.
Zoron: It's a Collector's Item......both in good & bad way.
Most Collector would grab Leica Q
Naveed Akhtar: This really look promising to me ..It opens many fronts .. a small concealable camera for better wild-life photography.For drones flights .. and other risky places where you can't reach or stay too long.Then developer's sdk can extend its capabilities beyond current limitations.Price is also very good for this little and capable camera.well all I can say is good luck with the project .. and I will definately buy this one over oly air or any other action or mobile-adon camera .. soon!
Yeah it does have I/O Port, so gonna be much useful for drone
What's I/O port?
It's designed for 3rd party to control the camera and get the image via composite signal. It can control the camera via a serial port by VISCA protocol. This protocol enables a lot of controls for a camera.
That means we can use smaller drones to fly instead of S900/S800 which severely limit the mobility and gain full control of the camera.
tonyreidsma: Hmmm... Seems I'll be buying another camera soon, and it won't be another SONY. I have TWO a7s bodies, an a6000, and an a5100. I've been watching the 4K movement, and was hoping it would die, but it seems Samsung is serious about getting into this market. I'll be watching Samsung's reliability over the course of 6 months or so.
No camera is perfect, that why most of us have many different cameras
Peiasdf: Who is making Red's 16 DR and nearly FF sized sensor? How come that sensor company isn't selling sensor to DSLRs?
Does it offer the same AF performance or just stock one compare to NX1?
Cheng Bao: Actually, all three mentioned improvement are same thing: improvement over video1. when half-pressing the shutter,2. in 'Focus Magnifier' mode, 3. during movie recording
and SAR just posted a pretty good comparison for video IS before and after
they fixed the video with proper firmware 1.00 vs 1.10
acidandroid: i'm seriously considering this LX100, the spec on paper is crazyi currently have 15mm, 12-35mm and 42.5mm with EM1 bodythinking of selling 15mm and 12-35mm for this Lx100does it make sense???
the lx100 sample photos aren't that impressive, compared to my current set up it's not as sharp, but sample photos are only referenceanyone's used it already, is the image quality comparable to my current setup or close to?
I sold my 12-35mm f2.8 for LX100, wide angle in 4K is one of my grip with GH4, the optics is surely not in the same league as 12-35mm but for video it can be more forgiving, also F1.7 at 12mm is really useful for indoor shooting.
mark moe: Shopping:
Just looked at the two cameras in person the Sony looks and feels like Leica in quality versus the Panasonic.
I like Sony's aperture ring I use aperture shift a lot the way I think. The ND filter is a biggie to me too. I know their sweep panorama auto HDR and Twlight mode are benefits to me since I already use them.
My vacations are in tropical sites mostly, so Sony's weather seal is a big plus too.
It the Panasonic's autofocus is better and 400 telephoto make it a better "family cam" for kids stuff like soccer games it makes it really hard.
I have a good pocket cam (rx100) and ok DSLT (a55) so this would be move to move the DSLR out since this isn't a pocket cam
Any thoughts on the Panny's ability to shoot sports?
FZ1000's AFC is certainly onpar with mid/low DSLR, I can track cyclist cycling through no problem
I guess Pana and Olympus is giving the low end market to Kodak since Panasonic is going to discontinue G/GF series and the only Oly camera coming this year is E-PL7 (no E-PM3).
You need external recorder like 7Q to record 4K on A7R
Asus Zenbook Infinity is one of the best ultrabooks IMHO, WQHD and i7-4558u with Iris 5100 is quite bit faster than macbook air, and they both have similar weight.
Though now I prefer XPS 18 as my go anyway machine (sold my 2013 MBPR so have extra fund for other stuff), 18.4" is way nicer to work with video and photo editing than 13 or 11", and it weighs less than the typical 15.6" notebook too!
The temperature in MBPR is quite high, I regularly got over 100C when rendering videos from AE/Premiere, and my friend's 2013 MBPR's power adapter melted recently so he have to get another one, luckily it didn't burn down his whole house...
Just want to say HowaboutRaw seems like the paid poster by Samsung
I never saw this guy on M43 forum at all
Trollshavethebestcandy: Kudos to Pentax for both lenses. The Q has the same advantage as M43 and that is small lenses. It is a bit odd to make it $500 but maybe not so outrageously so considering Fuji will have an ultra wide zoom in a few months for $800 (yes the Fuji will have a greater output) but I don't know what the margin on this is considering R&D ect and small market but they are brave to put out a risky product and reward the owners of their midget system. Perhaps we will see a few more Q bodies in the future especially with advancing technology. Perhaps in a couple years their tiny sensor can get closer to more peoples photographic needs. Lets remember this is a TINY lens and that is the niche. Compare to M43 ultra wide zoom for a comparison. Bravo for bravery and keeping with the ethos and concept.
Canon 11-22mm IS for EOS M is only $399, I think realistically it should sell for $300~$350.
Zayne: Dear DPReview, please just tell me why the video score is the same with E-P5 & E-M1? Don't tell me it is because it doesn't have the mic input. Spec to spec this camera even blow out of the water the video spec of E-M1. Make comparison the video quality out of the box and tell us are they really equal, hence you giving the same score?
Yeah the video is in a different league than Olympus and their crap codec, a simple video of dog running will result in macro blocking on Olympus machine
It is even more expensive than Nikon 1 or EOS M's UW zoom lens, both of them have much bigger sensor to cover, I am pretty sure it will be much cheaper produce than either the 1" or APS-C
dw2001: love these focus tracking test where you shoot at like F22 and absolutely everything in the frame is in focus...that really gives you an idea of how the focus tracking performs....
Cameralab done the tracking test using 90-250mm F2.8 for those bokeh naysayers