I can see why Ricoh kept its name off this offering
Henry Richardson: What is the aperture of the FZ1000 at 200mm?
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Arsen: I just picked up mine about an hour ago.. Must say for a small camera the image quality is very good. Still no comparison to my Nikon D800E , but for a light camera has lots of features that my wife wanted in a small package. Overall very satisfied with it. I bought it with the kit lens, Ok overall, but like the compact size. The reason that I bought this camera was to use it when my D800E would be too big to take along. Its hard to sacrifice great IQ. So Far I am quite impressed, but time will tell based on various shooting conditions..
Just out of curiosity, when is your D800E not too big to take along?
peevee1: The best feature about A77 (and mk2) is that 16-50/2.8 lens which is a couple of classes higher than the typical 18-55/3.5-5.6 disgraces all other companies like to include in their kits.Sony should also provide a kit with their 18-250 superzoom for the customers who like such things.
at 5x the price of a kit I would hope it would be better.
Seriously.... that's the best feature?
Looks like a great camera down to 1 EV.Too bad its HUGE
I enjoyed the back handed compliments - as much as any non Sony fan but I digress, we all know your love of the XT-1 so what camera is out there that you have toyed with has bearable video? Enough video capability to suffice but still makes you happy to shoot stills?
mosc: What's the next review on tap? Should be G1X-ii (however the hell you want to abbreviate that)
Next is the GH4 and A7s. Are you not paying attention?These reviews will certainly be quicker than the K-3
Too bad it's not available for Pentax. This with the K-3's sensor and IBIS would make for a great portrait rig.
Dpreviewmember: it's just me or the OMD M1 jpegs, up to iso 3200 & 6400 look nicer than K3 and X-T1 in the image comparison tool, contrary to what the review conclusion says.Is it referring to Raw ?
That's because they have to.Data takes time.
Well played DPR. Placing it in the retired category of your semi-pro, you essentially compare it to 4 year old cameras. Hell hath no furry like a p.o. Canikon
Are you referring to the masses? Not sure the masses could understand half of what this camera does. The "majority" also shoots solely in green mode and their only lens is a plastic kit lens. (just ask the Rebel fan base)However, Jpeg is handy in a pinch and DPR is correct in complaining about Pentax's "Bright" default setting.
Underdog 3000: I can tell DPR is a fan of the X-T1. Now that they have such emphasis on video, I wonder how it would score?
Sorry, maybe too much sarcasm.
I can tell DPR is a fan of the X-T1. Now that they have such emphasis on video, I wonder how it would score?
Who shoots Jpeg?
neo_nights: I bet you guys do that on purpose.
I can really imagine a day in the office like:
"Hey, dudes, wanna see something cool?""Yeah. What?""I'll post an unboxing slideshow on the front page!""YEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHH"
You guys are naughty :o)
pot is legal in Wash so don't judge
Beat Traveller: This is a pretty awesome upgrade: you now get a camera with a bigger sensor than m4/3, with a longer zoom range than the standard kit zoom and a brighter lens than most, all in a body close to the size of the GM1. Really impressive.
Go to camerasize.com and see your "close to the size of GM1".Then report back and apologize or at least explain your definition of close. As an example, the moon is close to the size to Jupiter. This way we can get a full grasp of your lack of spatial relations.
D1N0: So now I am going to be a bitch and ask for a Pentax K-50 and K-3 Review because this is not a serious camera but a gadget vehicle.
Maybe they noticed a flaw and knew a firmware update was immanent so they waited - no seriously.
TakePictures: Looks great, as we have come to know from Fuji. For me, however, AF speed is going to be the decisive factor.
Just say something nice about Canon and he'll go away.I can't think of anything so you try.
There is a large variance between the colors in the comparison. Could you let us know which of the available cameras has the truest to life color in daylight and which in low light so we can use them as a reference or would that just start a new troll war?
SiliconVoid: I was not aware DPR, or the photographic community in general, had begun evaluating camera equipment on the basis of whether the user, or subjective audience, is instantly elevated to being a better photographer simply by holding/using or viewing images taken with said equipment... O.oAn image does not need to awe its audience in subject, composition, or creative lighting in order to represent a technical example of what the equipment is capable of providing. These are 'real-world' shots after all, that means just like the bulk of your 'real-world' shots sitting on 'your' computer there are any number of images that would not impress anyone photographically..Just as one can strip a nut with a $75 wrench, someone else can get the job done with a $5 pair of pliers - the tool is being evaluated here, not the wielder... Enough already.
You have to admit HIJ, Sili is a good writer and his/her diction is precise. I am sure Sili's teachers and parents would be proud + I totally agree. Unfortunately, I still want one.