Gionni Dorelli: Samsung is shameless.This is a Sony Nex knock off.Like it is not enough doing piggy back with Apple.
HowaboutRAW- The NX100 is designed far differently than any NEX camera. the nX100 was curvy, the nex 5 was boxy. they look as different as possible for products in the same category.
And the difference in announcement time between Sony's NEX camera and Samsung's NX camera is hardly long enough for a company to design, approve, set up manufacturing equipment for, and ship a product copied off something else.
that's some great dr
lol people are such brand loyalists without even knowing it. all the hate on samsung for releasing the same 'garbage.' Have you seen the camera industry lately? Have you seen Canon's T3i, T3i, oh, and their recently announced T3i?
What about Panasonic's GF line? After the first generation model, it was all the same cheap plastic to sell.
And it's not like Sony doesn't have its share of "me-too" products. Their NEX cameras have plenty of trivial changes in its lower end models too.
IT'S A PROBLEM WITH THE CAMERA INDUSTRY. yet everyone yells at samsung like some cheap electronics company.
crisotunity: There is pink- and then there is Samsung pink! It has to be a knock off. No major electronics manufacturer would ever attempt to sell anything that looks like this.
As for the price - no worries: it will be available for $399 by mid-July 2012 with a free Android tablet thrown in.
Honestly, pink is a smart marketing move. Pros won't like it, but what kind of pro is looking at this kind of camera anyway? In Asia it is more popular, and it helps sell cameras among females
AngryCorgi: Samsung releases cameras like they release cell phones. Same thing with one piece of improved technology or shifted button placement.
Not really Samsung specific. Have you seen Canon's T3i, T3i and recently announced T3i?
mrsfixit: I think the removable battery is great.Most people who have cell phones do NOT have multiple batteries for them. You use the battery that's in the phone until it starts to die, then replace it.With devices with integrated batteries- you have to toss out the device.It makes no sense to throw a whole device out- one that may still work perfectly and still suit your needs- just because the battery wore out.
although, I have to wonder how many people even stick with a device for so long that the battery goes out. I feel like most people upgrade or something before the battery starts to fail.
Exception for me being my unreliable 2009 white Macbook...little failures everywhere, including a short lifespan battery (without huge numbers of cycles either). Also a cared for adaptor that broke (costs almost as much as the battery to replace, stupid), and chipped off wrist rest area (which apple at least repaired that for free, after i showed them a google search revealing how widespread the problem was).
We are humans first, photographers second. If you could trade a historical photograph for someone's life, would you not?
Even if the person you are considering photographing isn't in danger of dying (and he/she is 'merely' critically injured or less), would you be able to stand there and photograph them in their pain?
More than a question of exploitation, you have to wonder what the point of photography is if it obstructs your ability to help people.
interesting, but also not that interesting. if there were some unknown secret...but it really is just boxes moving : /
Timmbits: It may be time for Samsung to update their 30mm f2 with a modernized version. 30mm f1.4 or 35mm f1.2 would definitely be nice! (to compete with Fuji, and as many manufacturers are updating their lineup) The present one has no iFunction, and is getting a little slow to be competitive.
I don't really see what aperture has to do with being competitive...it's all relative to price, iq and others, and the 30mm still fits the bill quite nicely imo
jj74e: People comment from such an egocentric view these days, sure opinions and all. Some say the woman knows how to manipulate the man, others say the man was clearly a prior convict with anger issues.
How many people even looked at the full portfolio before commenting such certain speculations? Personally, it looked like they were one of those couples who had their happy moments, but ultimately couldn't stick it out because of instability.
But that's just my opinion- who's to know where the instability comes from, if it's one sided or a mutual instability. And regarding this instance specifically from the article, who knows went down at the bar, who said what and etc.?
To judge either of these people without recognizing that your thoughts are speculations and nothing more is to welcome such judgments on yourself, which I'm sure no one wants. The Internet has attracted so many bystander critics on everything.
...yes, cause that's exactly what I said.
As for the photographer, who knows. Physically intervening probably would not have benefited anyway, given the emotional state and strength of the strongest person there. Especially with children on the scene (if you look at the portfolio).
The article says she made sure that police were already on the way before intervening- if she could have verbally tried to calm the situation, and if she did try, again who knows. But even if she didn't, what would you do in such a situation? You came there to photograph and suddenly these turn foreign, tense and dangerous and your camera brain is the only part that was really alert.
People comment from such an egocentric view these days, sure opinions and all. Some say the woman knows how to manipulate the man, others say the man was clearly a prior convict with anger issues.
They should stick a phone in a camera instead of trying to stick a camera in a phone!!!
Uhh....you mean they should stick to putting a camera in a phone instead of a phone in a camera?
So, it's basically a smartphone. Except instead of making calls you get a better lens. Slightly chunkier. Lower battery life. Some more features like 120fps video.
But in the end...it's a smartphone that's not good enough to replace a smartphone.
Good try though.
Honestly, going Android is not the way to save compacts, if compact cameras aren't already an inevitably lost battle.
Manufacturers need to prioritize convenience, fun, real new features (not just coming out with 20 more crappy scene modes that apps easily outdo), lens and IQ flexibility.
I don't understand pros using an iPhone. You want mobility so you drop all the way from a DSLR setup to an iPhone? What about losing the tripod/reflectors/accessories? Using a smaller DSLR or mirrorless cam?
The beauty of mobile photography is not in that it gives professionals a unique approach; the beauty comes from accessibility, that suddenly so many more people can take photos on the spot without having to make space in their jeans or budget for another camera.
You're telling me you need an iPhone to move around quickly? Sure it's fun, and the photos aren't bad- but that's what I say to describe my friends or my own photos, for Facebook that is. Not for professional work.
Not to be anal about professionalism (I'm not one myself; i'm speaking as a person who wants their wedding photographed), but there's a line between spontaneity and losing why I'm paying you.- because in essence these are shots more any of my friends would take for free.