faithblinded: Wow. Adjust focus point with the LCD while looking through EVF. Go Olympus. I've been jealous of Panny users with that feature for a while now. Not a bad refresh of this cam at all.
I wonder if the E-M5 II will also get it with a future firmware update.
R Vaquero: Wi-fi, it was about time! Why don't the D810 have any?
@HMeYe: Sony's WiFi app was updated when the QX1 arrived and it is supposed to have much better controls now.
DVT80111: When can they advance the sensor technology?
The Samsung NX300's sensor seems to be already on par with the Sony NEX-6 and better than every Canon APS-C sensor.
according to other resources the camera has a max shutter speed of 1/8000 instead of 1/2000!!
E_Nielsen: Ahem... You guys forgot the Sigma DP2 Merrill. Can any of the top 5 cameras in this article produce photos comparable to the DP2 Merrill? I dare you to do an objective comparison.I've owned the DP2 Merrill for a few months now and remain astonished that a camera of its compact size can produce photos comparable to top DSLR or even medium-format cameras. Why isn't this camera all over your Web site??
Because these are mainstream cameras for the average user. The Sigma DP2 Merrill is for enthusiasts who are more experienced and do not need only one smart camera for every situation. I wouldn't recommend the Merrill for a beginner as it would lead only to anger because of it's quirks and realtively low feature list. But for someone who knows more about photography and appreciates great image quality and does not miss some of todays fashionable features and does not want to shoot with it in dynamic situations, it's an amazing value.