Hugo808: What no OVF? Count me out...
It was just a little joke on the sort of comments you get here pretty regularly. It doesn't matter what some company or other has achieved, somebody will wish it had/did/was something else...
What no OVF? Count me out...
Hugo808: I had a go on a Pentax in a shop and it had really noisy autofocus. That was the end of it for me, but are all their lenses missing the ultrasonics of the competition?
"Try and use a Pentax Limited lens first then come back to us."
What a dumb and irrelevant remark, we are talking about kit lenses putting off customers not what a bunch of expensive primes might do for you.
I had a go on a Pentax in a shop and it had really noisy autofocus. That was the end of it for me, but are all their lenses missing the ultrasonics of the competition?
madeinlisboa: Correct me if I'm wrong. Lightroom still has a huge problem. There is no list of filters applied to images, which means that an user must navigate through radial, gradients, brushes, etc, in order to check which ones were applied to an image.
I've never seen the other method you've used so I cannot say but the "history" tab works for me as not only can I see what I've done but I can undo mistakes easily too (I use that function a lot....)
There's a history list on the right you can open that shows what you did and in what order. Will that do you?
Hugo808: Great to see these photo's. Would love to visit North Korea.
I don't suppose you get much freedom to wander about taking photo's. Escorted everywhere I should think.
Great to see these photo's. Would love to visit North Korea.
If the camera business fails, these guys could enter politics. I'm not sure they answered a single question adequately!
Hugo808: Is it just me or is the D7200 clearly superior to the D750?
But it is slightly better.
Yes, I'll give you that RAW is slightly better than J-Peg.
You sound like a D750 owner.
Is it just me or is the D7200 clearly superior to the D750?
intruder61: images that could have been taken by any camera....nothing special.
"images that could have been taken by any camera....nothing special."
Yes, I agree with you that all cameras are equally good these days. The only difference is weight and suitable lenses for what you want to do.
Bravo camera companies for this achievement!
vesa1tahti: Amazing ! I have this combo. Can't wait for the full review.
I'm glad ;-)
Hugo808: Jolly impressive, but is it the lens or the camera? I'm looking forward to seeing a mix of glass used for the full review...
I imagine the revolutionary design of the Lumix LX100 lens will be adapted for other applications very soon. How small would that make my dream 20-85mm F1.8?
Very good, and all the more gratifying for you I suspect that hardly anyone got it ;-)
John Szeto: Why are the iso 1600 and 3200 sample images so noisy? I would expect better.
24 million pixels on a small sensor will be noisy. You can't beat the laws of physics.
Pardon me for having an opinion.
I hate to sound churlish but 18-35 seems a bit stingy, 55mm would have been better for me. I'd be changing lenses every five seconds with this...