Yes....technology fail. Such a shame. Haha!
Steve Throndson: Nice work. The propeller blur is the icing on the cake. I think your photo shows some very good retouching. Should have placed much higher in my opinion.
boogieboogie: So that's £400 for the camera that cost £200 to make and £800 for the purse that cost £10 to make. Go figure.
I find it incredible that we they can throw together a bit of leather with a few metal trinkets, attach a designer label and sell it as an expensive premium/luxury item and yet something so materially complex and precision built is thought of as cheap/consumer/plastic/crap. Funny world we live in.
So that's £400 for the camera that cost £200 to make and £800 for the purse that cost £10 to make. Go figure.
Great first impressions review thanks. All it needs now is the studio comparison...please please please.
Nukunukoo: The Chinese, with their current lunar missions would definitely love to expose the USA of staging the missions, but nothing. The Russians, would love exposing the hoax to the world about those fake missions, nothing would boost them more during the Cold war, but nothing. The Indians with plans to land an unmanned lander close to the Apollo 11 site and will show pictures someday but the conspiracists will scream "props!". The LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) have been taking Landing Site pictures since 2008 but NOOOOO... those are obvious fakes.
Need Proof? Take it from a master Cinematographer:
Wow! I've not considered that angle before.....great video thanks.
accupix: Looking to upgrade from RX100, had my eyes on an RX10 but the new Canon semi-compact camera might bring me back to Canon as an RX10 is big, heavy, and expensive.
Concerned that the lack of the ability to control DR in a single exposure mode like Fuji and Sony cameras do- I am hooked on this feature but see no reference to this ability in current and future Canon cameras- Can someone enlighten me?
Love the idea of an EVF that you can shoot looking down into it.
has 5 HDR modes according to the brochure.
Domo P1000: I like the look of this. I am one who appreciates a fully articulated screen - very useful when photographing with arms stretched above head height, but may adapt to cope with the less manoverable screen supplied.However I do have one on-going bugbear: in the US this will cost just under £500 ($799) in the UK it will cost £750 (almost $1200) – why? WHY?!
US price is £483 at current exchange rates. Add sales tax (vat) of 20% should make it £580 ($959). So theres another £170 ($281) going on somewhere making it £750 ($1240!!!!)
keeponkeepingon: Of course I just got a 3n weeks before the replacement. Still at almost twice as much I'll just enjoy the 3n for a year then pick up one of these when they are on clearance next year.
Power zoom ... slow? Yes but as a dad with kids having an APS-C sensor with a nice zoom range that I can operate one handed (including zoom) is priceless. Love it.
Wow ISO 100????? Maybe there is hope sony will enable this in the 3n after it is discontinued and no longer a threat to pricier models?
You expect sony to support previous models with updates. Ha! dream on!!
Najinsky: Is anything actually being painted here?
When I paint with light, I paint an object. So the object is in the scene, and during the long exposure I paint it with light from a flashlight. The object being painted is in the scene, the flashlight isn't.
But here it looks like the flashlight itself is the subject. I'm guessing he wore a dark outfit, went into the scene, drew the shapes in the air and then left the scene.
The mind boggles at how much effort this must have taken. Bet he got a lot of out-takes too!
Splitting hairs....he's painting light onto the camera sensor...the resulting output is an image painted by light over time.
Elmo678: So, NEX f3 in a smaller body, without the accessory port and a downgraded screen
As soon as they started downgrading parts...knowing that my old C3 is in some ways actually better - well that killed it for me.
Pity because my C3 dial is a little tired and unresponsive now and done right this would've been a cheap way to buy into the 16-50.
boogieboogie: Pretty body but no apps, no touch screen, lower res screen and still no mode dial which is a shame.
I don't see much of a step up.....it's an NEX F3 with a downgraded screen in a smaller body or a C3 in an identically sized body with a downgraded screen but onboard flash.
The only real 'feature' is that they presumably included the jpeg lens correction firmware for the 16-50.
With the lack of any external control the 3-series needs a touch screen more than any other NEX. Meanwhile apps and wifi are a p&s/phone upgraders wet dream. Not so much for the high end buyer.
But When have camera manufactures ever made sensible design choices.
Pretty body but no apps, no touch screen, lower res screen and still no mode dial which is a shame.
bigjay: according to sony usa site the nex 6 does have a touch screen ""The NEX-6 features a perfectly designed control dial, Fn (function) button, and touch screen with touch shutter function lets you focus on the shot instead of the menus."" and again ""Mode control dial and Quick Navi assure quick and intuitive operation comparable to DSLR cameras Control dial, Fn (function) button and touch screen (including touch shutter function) combine to greatly facilitate operation and speed getting the shot.""
So it looks DPR have it wrong or at least their preproduction model had incompelte firmware.
hmm... the preview on sgnl by sony on youtube, the guy only ever uses the dials. I wonder if the sony sites actually have it wrong. There's no mention in the spec sheets.
Francis Carver: Shadows are all over the place in all directions, and the USA flag is waving proudly in the Moon's no atmosphere surface. And a few other dead giveaways to show the these "historic" pictures are rather poorly doctored.
Also, it is rather hard to fathom how NASA could have placed men on the surface of the moon back in the late 1960s -- when 42 years later, they cannot even send a single human into near-Earth orbit, let alone on to another celestial body -- and back.
Somebody had to win the USSR-USA space race, no matter what the means and evidence.
Mandophoto, I don't know where you've heard that but it isn't true at all. if you watch any videos of any of the moon landings the flag is always stationary once the astronauts have finished installing them. Some of the stills on apollo 11 give the impression of wind because the flag is bunched up as they were unable to fully extend the horizontal rod intended to stretch it out. The only time the flag flaps around is when the astronauts are struggling to insert it deep enough into the surface and when initially let go the flag swings slightly more than you'd expect due to lack of air resistance.
More conspiracy nonsense. The flag only moves when two guys are trying to extend the rods that stretch it out. After that it remains stationary even when those very same two guys skip by it demonstrating that they are in fact in a vacuum. Your second statement is ridiculous after over 20 years of successful shuttle flights or are those all faked too?Your 3rd point is exactly why they never went back. The Apollo missions were powered by a political and ideological race which was won by the USA. There is no political will to provide the money to go back. Perhaps when the Chinese start planting flags. The radio communications were tracked from all corners of the Earth - the UK, Autralia, New Zealand, radio hams across the globe and including the Russians. So you're saying it's some kind of global conspiracy?Do some proper research and stop reading this conspiracy nonsense.
Taikonaut: I thought NASA recently admit those clear moon landing photos were faked.
Ha! In your dreams.
Triggr Happy: Shadow of the flag in one direction and shadow of Buzz in the other? hmmmmsome strange lighting ;)
More conspiracy nonsense. Sad.
Corrections to the differences table:
C3 ISO range: 200-12800C3 Focus Peaking: YesC3 Face Detection: Yes