Oh I had a pulitzer winning shot but I underexposed it by two stops and can't recover the image in jpeg.
J A C S: What is VR?
VR is Virtual Reality. There was a time on the internet not too long ago where you would make a series of sweeping panoramic in all directions and stitch them together to form a VR image. Using quicktime software you could pan around in this image. New generation is going to allow you to create a moving video with the same principle, but instantly.
probably quite nice for video work
HUGE improvement! Works great on iMac with both Safari and Chrome browser. Images fill my 27 inch screen quite nicely.
Nice Retirement package for Lynda
Very well put together video. Enjoyed the format very much.
Combatmedic870: Im disappointed.... I really feel they could have done more with it. Heck I could have improved it more then this(front dial, 1/4000 SS, Improved the lens)!
Well....Im sure its a good camera.
I like the compactness of this camera and it's added features but I have to say I would probably make better images with adding a small hip pack and inserting the Sony NEX-6 with better everything for only about $150 more w/kit lens.
tkbslc: Minority Report and 1984 seem awfully prophetic at this point. I'm not normally the paranoid type, but soon everything that ever happens may be in the cloud somewhere.
Have to be thinking that if 50 people in a subway car are wearing these things, crime would just fade away.
immikey: New to this awesome site, and also a soon to be Nikon D5200 owner.. hopefully with enough mindset for it. However, to get myself started... I am unsure if I should just buy the D5200 body or with the lens? Should I buy the lens separately, or choose one that is offered with the camera? And if so, where should I get a trusted lens from? I thought about looking on Ebay, because they seem to have some "good" deals with new camera kits. Amateur here!
If you don't want to buy an extra telephoto later, just get the body and the Nikon 18-200 or Tamron 18-250.
Gregm61: Tell us something we don't already know....
I don't think we need to look too far into the future when 4-3 camera will shoot at 200,000 iso and no grain, the only wall we will hit (as Nikon is now) will be too many megapixels for resolving power of the lens. The Market will just keep growing and growing.