Cool , Nikon are offering its customers another great option, This looks like a great camera, I like the 24MP option. I have always felt that 36MP was just a little to much for general use. Especially as publishing technolgy is moving more owards the electonic images for use on the net & tablets which do not require such large files. The price is quite high but it looks like you get a lot of camera. The street price will hopefully drop a little to offer enthusiast who want to move to full frame an interesting option.Nice one Nikon.
Having just got my Olympus OMD this section was invaluable for getting the best out of the camera, it has saved me a lot of extra time with the manual & experimentation in deciding how best to set the OMD menus & functions.I cannot thank or praise you enough for your excellent over all review & this section on how to get the best from your camera.The OMD is a very configurable camera & the Olympus manual is not the most user friendly . Thanks & keep up the good work.
Looks like Canon have it all taped up! So personally I am off to take some pics.
Having read a few of the other comments in the forum I think we need to wait until some real life images start to appear before we can start to make any real assessments. For me these Jpgs look very good. I think the camera is out in April & DPreview said they were expecting to produce a set of images out of the OMD. So I for one will be looking forward to seeing more images.
These images look very good & clean especially compared with other micro four thirds cameras on the present market. I am really looking forward to see ing what this camera can deliver. Also a far as I can ascertain the image stabilisation is built into the camera & will work with any micro four thirds leans.So Panasonic & some of the other brands now starting to produce 4/3 lenses should benefit.