$650 dollars for this crap camera, wow!!
no wonder they won't release it in USA, EOS M sells here for $280 with a lens, no one would ever buy this.
honza_lin: !!! DISCLOSURE ;-)
Canon should be ashamed...
Heefe: So it supports GX7 now. Does that mean GM1 as well ???
GX7 means GX7.
Support for GM1 is not there.
ThomasSwitzerland: I have no idea why Canon seems sleeping.
it is true, that they are selling a crapload of cameras, but compared to cameras that other companies are making, canon cameras are getting crappier with each generation.
still no sigma support!!!
justin23: assuming of course it comes to your device... I love my android phone but OS updates take forever to reach the phone after android has been released.
that mostly OEM and carrier issue, best is to load custom firmware and not relly on OEM for carrier to provide you updates.
Android phones need RAW support.
Beachcomber Joe: This camera is the result of Nikon misunderstanding their market research. Their research question was "What would you like to see us do with the Nikon 1 system cameras.?". Those queried overwhelminglyresponded "Throw them in the ocean."
haha, that great
where is the silver body?
gmortiz: D600 nightmare: After three weeks a few spots appeared. After four weeks a MASSIVE number of spots appeared and I sent it in to Nikon's New York repair facility. Two weeks later I received it, they had replaced the shutter mechanism and cleaned the low pass filter. I took some blue sky test shots which revealed spots still on the sensor. Back to Nikon for the second time. I received the D600 back from Nikon and the workorder shows all they did was re-clean the already cleaned sensor. Test shots show the exact same spots present as when they received it.
How ridiculous is it that an untrained consumer can see a serious problem in 5 minutes, and Nikon's service center has now twice sent out a camera with a damaged sensor.
One more thing: HEY NIKON - can we end the fantasy that the problem is dust? From the owner's manual: "Note, however, that the filter is extremely delicate and easily damaged." And apparently it is damaged when lubricant from the shutter mechanism hit it.
the "trained" technician is stuck in some poorly lit building. Is not like they can go outside and take shots of blue sky.
very nice camera.
Nathan Cowlishaw: Excuse me, you're calling this an "enthusiast" camera!? How about calling it a system worthy enough of professional consideration. I'm sorry but I just get sick of the marketing hype. This is a dang nice and worthy camera worth every inch of a pro's consideration. I love Micro Four Thirds...
in the sense that when you are shooting a pro event you want to make sure you don't fail. that's why pro cameras have two card slots and you can save your data to both cards at the same time. in case one card fails you have a backup, in the same sense when pros have main camera and backup camera. **** happens.
DaytonR: Is it me or are these Panasonic GX cameras getting uglier with each incarnation ..... :)
definitely just you.
still no Sigma Merrill support!!! lazy SOBs!!
Andrew Wiggin: But does it still refuse to scan once a single ink cartridge is emptied?After a horrendous experience with a PIXMA where the all-in-one turns into a none-in-one, once a *single* ink cartridge ran out- never again a Canon printer.So, really what I'm asking is weather Canons money grabbing exploiting policy stopped manifesting itself so abusively in this product.
you have no yellow ink, you can't print black and white....
tim and jan: beautiful photo,but this is not a deep throated bird. it would be nice if the voters had some idea of what they were doing.
very true, very good photo, but doesn't match criteria.
BRPWS: It would be great to know what cameras will actually support this kind of speed and UHS II.
great shot, should be a winner.
how is this weird or bizarre? looks like a normal mushroom.
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