Very real review according to my impressions with NX500. It's very nice camera and very nice improvement over my NX300. I'll probably get one soon. Here is my review posted recently in the forums - http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/56669597
Samsung put NX500 too high in their line(same sensor and focus from NX1) and left no space for NX50, now there is a gap, especially in price.
noncho: I have the old Meyer-Gorlitz Trioplan 100 2.8 and it's interesting, but I would not buy expensive new one. Here are some examples with mine - http://www.nonchoiliev.com/blog/2314
Thank you both, it's an interesting lens to play with :)
I have the old Meyer-Gorlitz Trioplan 100 2.8 and it's interesting, but I would not buy expensive new one. Here are some examples with mine - http://www.nonchoiliev.com/blog/2314
Canon is taking it seriously ... about the price.
5 frames raw buffer does not sound seriously to me (I have M + 3 lenses now).
Sounds like a phone for 150$ from China... And when hit the shelves the competitors be with 2GB RAM, 16 ROM and FULL HD screens.
It's great - now we have more options with interesting bright lenses and bigger sensors in compact cameras. I think even casual P&S people can see benefits from that. Now it's time to spread that in lower price models - give them relatively bright lenses and 1/1.7 sensors and you will have good cheap compact winners.
I was interested in this lens when it was announced more than a year ago, but now... It's too big(for M) and too expensive for a lens without AF(it's much higher than Samyang 14 2.8!). This one should be perfect optically to be considered.
I had a great expectations for RX10 and I was on a Sony presentation to touch it few days ago. Now I'm not so exited about it - it's uncomfortable for my hand, manual zoom with motor is very annoying, the pictures taken at 1600 ISO were with bad details(the sensor is between 1/1.7 and APS-C, but for me the details were closer 1/1.7(G15)), the focus could be faster.
I'll wait for new lens for my EOS-M when I want a compact camera.
Great!I was thinking about 10-12mm EF-S prime for a while and I don't think MF is problem on ultrawide lenses. If it's good quality and cheaper than 14 2.8 I'll go for it :)