I'm seeing "grey" results overall. This could be due to the day's light.Did DPR try to vary the Jpeg choices and see what came out?
Odd that there's no acessory port : this is crying out for the existing add-on EVFs.
" This might imply that there's something extra built-in. We haven't mentioned anything"= finally a camera that will also make the tea.
The thumbrest looks very nice.
It would be nice if they brought out this 42.5mm in a kit with some new retro body...
There are a couple of comments in this review which point to the reviewer being somewhat mentally handicapped.
DP1 is already used as a nice landscape camera,this new thing sounds very interesting indeed!
So instead of paying salaries (and looming pensions) they will pay them, and others, for photos.Is this a big deal? Change of arrangement, that's all.What am I missing?
A thousand dollars with kit zoom? =/= entry level.
Prices comparable to release prices of the first A7, which is encouraging.
Surely "close to i's chest" is the term ... who wrote this?
Surely technical cameras were always mirrorless?This is just the upgrading of LiveView and WiFi of existing tech camera backs ... isn't it?Not a new thing, but Sony's new sensor makes LiveView suddenly work right.This sensor is appearing in everything!
It must be a rare occasion that a closing factory is good news : but this one IS good news.
This looks almost opposite to Ricoh's traditional ergonomic plain black styling.Maybe a bit ... ugly ... does it come in seventy different colours? If so, good.
Somehow I don't think they really carried blunt reenactment weapons of dubious provenance. Very poor.
My money's on an Elephant.
You wrote ; " I suspect that really, this is a camera for Raw shooters"Surely the opposite is true : a fashion item for rich and mostly careless jpeg-wifi uploaders.
Poorly written piece, guaranteed decent photo location.
Is this "cheap" enough to compete against the two existing superzoom tele lenses?