mentionsboth EVF OLED and AMOLED tilt-screen refresh rate is: 0.005s (5ms) delaygreat for action with less lag
how does it compare to other EVF/rear-screen display of other d-v-camera systems?
do pro industry digital Cine/Vid cameras get much better EVFs with less lag? Say 1 to 2 millisecond? (since good pc monitors are in that range) or better, microseconds?
and OLEDs in the microsecond range, faster than conventional tft-led/lcd?
Refresh rate != delay, Sdaniella. You cannot calculate one from another.
DPR, what is the battery life? It is missing from the specs.
peevee1: "The EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM will be available in December for $599.99. "
24-105/4L is available for $600 off kits all the time on ebay.
That 3.5 quickly disappears, and far from 1 stop difference between 5.6 and 4. 1/3EV - you will not even notice. 1EV - of course.
peevee1: That is one powerful camera. I wish they have learned from Fuji the design and firmware support practices though.DPR, how about a complete review, including AF-C test at 15 fps?
In JPEG? ;) Stronger noise reduction by default?
Peiasdf: DMC-LX100 is lot better at this point. Way faster lenses.
You cannot buy a GM5 with kit lens plus 14mm plus 20mm for the same money. And then you would still need to change lenses.Don't get me wrong, I am an owner of a m43 camera. But LX100 is impressive. I wish they would release the lens alone at a reasonable price for m43 mount.
peevee1: The price and technology of a by-gone era...
No, the sensor tech and flipping mirror are things of the past."Sports, Action and Wildlife shooting" can be done without them, better.Compare to cheaper NX1 with 40% more resolution, 50% faster sequential speed, WiFi etc etc.
Distortion is easy to fix (and now finally Canon can fix it in firmware for OOC JPEGs). F/5.6 vs f/4 is not.
Serious Sam: Reading this, the Olympus and Fuji release. It surely make the Panny 35-100 a unique piece of kit in the market. Yes it has its problems but man seems no one is replicating that optical formula.
Having said that you can say Panasonic is the only one getting it wrong because it must omitted something for its size.
"when the Panny 35-100 first came out everyone think its sooooo expensive. It now looks like bargain of the century when compare to the others."
It is still expensive (MSRP at least). For a much smaller lens for smaller image circle.
"Samsung updates NX firmware."
Any examples of recent updates adding features like Fuji and Olympus do?Here are the changes in NX300 v 1.43:"[v1.43]1.Improved 16-50mm-PWZ 16mm position movie recording intermittent line noise2.Revision Open Source Licenses"
peevee1: 14/2.5 II... 55g, just like the original." version of an existing lens but with revised graphics" - what does that mean?
"Same as what they did with the 20mm. It just has a new exterior that is consistent with their lineup."
It is not the same. 20/1.7 II has new body (made of metal) and lighter weight because of it. This "change" is even smaller it seems.
peevee1: Long. Too bad it does not collapse. I guess it provides nice weather-sealing though because of that.
With fixed length, it should not have ANY zoom creep, just like 12-50.
This one is cropped, only 13 mpix final resolution. But not that much.
It is cropped just a little. f/1.7 vs f/3.5 is not a little though.
Does it have the same mechanical shutter as GM1 or just an electronic one now?
The price and technology of a by-gone era...
Aperture ring on the lens, shutter speed dial and exposure compensation - that is how you design a camera interface! Glad to see Panasonic learning from Fuji what everybody knew but somehow forgot.And a physical aspect ration switch continuing is a nice touch. Aspect ratio is as important to composition as anything. Too bad there is no full sensor position (even with black corners it would be useful in many situations).
G1X II and brand-new G7X just got owned!Canon, that is how you spec cameras in 2014!
"The EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM will be available in December for $599.99. "
14/2.5 II... 55g, just like the original." version of an existing lens but with revised graphics" - what does that mean?
Don't forget a tripod. F/6.5 lens this long is useless even in daylight.