hope these to lenses will save sony nex system.......
a low price version without hybrid viewfinder and more compact body would be interesting
nice camera poor operation speed with bulky body。。。。not very attracting for me ...
the lateral optical performance seems not very good.the mark of wine is a little blur compared with other cameras' samples.Due to low resolution?
GF3 is embarrassing with bigger mos.....
considering its volume and small sensor the price tag is a little high
XS1 's lens is a little chunky...
lenses! lenses! lenses! compact lens with good optical performance is urgently needed
different pixel photos are difficult to compare, in addition lenses' resolution also should be considered?
vedio quality is good~
subhrashis: And now, can someone please make something that adds a tripod mount to NIKON 70-300 VR?????? PLEASE?
can't adjust aperture and focus?
joyclick: Panasonic is absent in this list?
panasonic is same as olympus?
low voice? my sound card problem?
the price tag？
didn‘t see overwhelming image quality advantage
Jakob Dam Knudsen: Everything sounds promising except for a few aspects;- The CMOS architecture is in itself inferior to the CCD. The reason as to why CMOS are used so widely in dSLRs, is lower power consumption, faster (much faster) readout and the possibility to place anti-blooming gates and dischargers and other stuff more directly on the CMOS pixel rows, than the CCD allows.- 16,2 MPixels. On a ... what, let's guess 1/2.4" sensor at the largest. Our current compact camera leader in terms of image clarity and low noise, is the Canon S9x and G11/G12 with their 1/1.7" CCD which only performs 10 MPixels. So a smaller sensor and higher resolution WILL result in more noise, backlit sensor or not. I clearly remember how the backlit principle should've revolutionized Sony dSLR noise performance, and yet today, Sony dSLRs are STILL the ones delivering the most noise compared to Canon and Nikon competitors.
I use Sony dSLRs myself, but that doesn't mean I always agree with their choises in terms of tech.
some say ccds' color is superior than cmos what's your opinion