So let me get this straight, these two "cameras" are actually "cameras" that can take stills, do video up to 4k are light and cost less than $400.00?
Why dump this product on the "connect" site, but continuously waste space on dpreview's main site with articles on overpriced cell phones that nobody reads?
I got an email from B&H about this product a couple of days ago, and already pre-ordered the black. iPhone 5? Not so much.
Jogger: Editorial??? More like, Advertorial.
Apple's propaganda machine, the likes not seen since 1933!
rb59020: Apple A7 Chip in iPhone 5S is Made by Samsung: Chipworks
Did Apple ever force through that 10 cent a day raise for their employees in China?
Sony, Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Lenovo are using slave labor as well? that makes everything hunky dory then!
Apple A7 Chip in iPhone 5S is Made by Samsung: Chipworks
What? No hot shoe, evf, touch screen and only 60i video? Nikon, where is the full-frame sensor?!?
I'm going to take my Haldol now and take a nap. Yawn.
rb59020: Are we at 450 post yet?
Hysteria wins again! 7:47am @ 456 posts!
Are we at 450 post yet?
yabokkie: basically black-and-white photos are those that were not composed well.
Ansel Adams was a rank amateur. - yabokkie
In my experience having owned multiple brands of cell phones. Cell phone batteries are generally toast at around 24 months. This has been convenient for companies like Verizon, T-Mobile etc. Most soccer moms and other non-tech types could easily be talked into a contract renewal with a replacement of upgraded phone purchase, as the commission paid salesman didn't stock the $49.95 battery needed. Anyone with a butter knife and a screw driver could of course replace the battery with one from Amazon for $12.95 shipped free with Amazon Prime.
Now the manufacturers are making phones like the Nokia 1020 with a "non-removable" battery? Nothing like planned obsolescence. I'll keep my crappy HTC HD7 forever, at least the memory is upgradable and the battery replaceable.
Physically it does "look" like the first versions of Sigma's m43 19mm and 30mm f2.8 EX DN lenses. All three share the same wide ribbed focus rings.
Chas2: From Leica to Voightlander? How about Argus to Zeiss or something similar!
CameraLabTester: I want to know what type of mushrooms those guys at the research and design lab at FUJIFILM eat for dinner...
You mean drink? ;-)
ManuelVilardeMacedo: I'm just waiting for those idiotic comments from silly people who'll come up and tell us this lens sucks because it's a 24mm-f/3.3 or a 32mm-f/4.4. Other than that I couldn't care less about this lens. It is just waiting for the slightest pretext to merrily disintegrate itself, like all Rokinon/Samyang/Opteka/Whatever lenses.
"It is just waiting for the slightest pretext to merrily disintegrate itself, like all Rokinon/Samyang/Opteka/Whatever lenses."
I would much rather pay seven times more for a Canon or Zeiss cine lens.
bigdaddave: What self-indulgent nonsense. Why does this deserve to be here?
alfredo_tomato: The best way to hold onto power is to pit one group against another. The biggest fear of the ruling class is if the poor of all races and religion see the predatory capitalist and bought off politician as the enemy, not their neighbor.
The haters like the Klan, Tea Party, and the Nation of Islam play right into the hands of those who profit from our division. The monied class wants us fighting over the scraps that trickle down on us. Wake up, grow up.
alfredo, get a job!
JDThomas: Are people actually READING the article? It's about Anthony Karen's methodology on photojournalism and trust. The subject is beside the point.
Ryan, are you using an iPad under your bed?
No Pentax support? :-(
RobAHu: Talk to me when it comes with AF.
Photography did not exist before 1983.