Slow response + slow AF + slow glass + slow EVF = even slower P&S, sorry but I'm not buying this EVF gimmick!
For such a small sensor P&S, the high ISO shots are unexpectedly impressive. Canon G16 will sell like hot cakes.
I'm craving for that cheesy pizza now.....soo hungry!
Staxxx: Do add taxes to the American prices. The European prices are often quoted including VAT. But this discrepancy always gets brought up with each new model - and never gets solved. The American market is much larger and pricing can be more aggressive, I suppose. The other option is to buy European and stick it for once back to the ...ok ok just kidding !! :)
Base on my experience in the US, if you buy from your local store, they'll tax you between 7% to 8.5%(varies by 50 states) on your $1199 purchase. I purchase my gears from B&H, they don't charge sales tax(save $90), they also don't charge ground shipping(3-5 days, varies by state). So the total damage on your card is exactly $1199.
70D vs D7100
fps: 7 vs 6buffer: 16 vs 7af pts: 19 vs 51af x-types: 19 vs 15dual x-type af: 1 vs 0af coverage: spread wide vs all in middleaf sensitivity adjustment: yes vs noreal silent mode: yes vs nobuilt-in wifi: yes vs nolcd: articulating vs fixedtouch screen: yes vs nolive view: fast vs slowaf tracking in video: instantaneous vs hunterweight:755 vs 765weather sealing: gasket type vs yellow dental flossHDR mode: yes vs nonetimelapse: none vs yesmultiexposure: yes vs nonevideo crop: yes vs noneVF coverage: 98% vs 100%VF magnification: .95x vs .94xflash x-sync: 1/250 vs 1/250raw file formats: Sraw, Mraw, raw vs Nef, batt life: 920 vs 950MP: 20.2 vs 24.1flash commander: yes vs yesstorage type: 1sd vs 2sdIQ: unknown vs proven kickassvideo lens: stm vs nonecrop mode: no vs yes
Investors said Sony's electronics division is its achilles heel, 6D and D600 has the same FF(size) sensor, why not drop the price by 1K-1.5K to really create havoc. If you think about it, it practically has less parts to put together, less materials, less man hours to assemble and everything is already drawn up base on version 1, all they need to do is change the engine, lights...ect and updated firmware. Sony needs to stop cratering to a niche market(small) and start catering more to the masses(huge) to get out of the rot.
I wonder how will the Nikkor(v2) equivalent compares with this latest Canon beast(v1), DPR staff, when will the Nikkor 200-400 f4 review going to be publish?
Make sure everything is backed up in a cheap 2 terabyte HD before uploading(file structure in all), I have a feeling Yahoo is waiting for everyone to quickly use it up so in time Yahoo can dictate a higher annual rate, $100, $150, $200, $250......$500. Yahoo is hoping Flickr is your go to cloud service, why not(free 2T, $50 no advert.) and it'll be so time consuming to re-download your files that you'll just pay whatever annual fee they'll charge in the future. It is so much easier to click "delete Flickr account" than re-downloading your originals.
Instead of trying to pull a quick Netflix, why not be a Migiclantern first and just ask for a donation to use your CC in the beginning. Get us hooked first and just maybe we'll realize the true value of your product and we'll pay.
Corel are you reading, this is your chance to cater to abandoned photographers. I just wonder how small/large this niche is.
How could Adobe pull a NetFlix on us. This is an excellent opportunity for Aperture to make a move.
A $2700 for a variable aperture lens.......those bean counters are at it again.
Sdaniella: this is exactly what i've been talking about...!!!
dual-type-pixels (binning), but using a smaller pixel for brighter light and larger pixel for lower light
meaning a 23Mp image is made from 46Mp sensor with 'dual-(small-big)-pixel-pairs'
If that's the case, Rambus just infringed on Fuji's S5 pro's super ccd technology. I'm not sure though, seems like the same scheme.
BTW, the dust test time lapse was REDONE, this time, it was thoroughly cleaned with a newer lense pointing down to the ground.