Are Nikon serious? "High" burst rate is 4.2fps for ... EIGHT frames? Goodbye sport photographers STILL waiting for a D400.
Now that new Sony a6000 with 11fps looks very tempting; no word yet on how big its buffer is though.
forpetessake: This FF lens is far superior to the APS-C version. It's APS-C equivalent is 18-200mm f/2.3-4.2, which is quite usable, unlike the slow f/3.5-6.3. Or if you are using APS-C mirrorless put it on a focal reducer and get the same benefits. The APS-C version is just boring and slow.And as an observation, despite all those ignorant posts that crop sensor somehow means smaller lenses, because of smaller image circle, this is just another demonstration that image circle has little or no effect on the lens size.
Revenant, you are partly right. There will be a 1.5x multiplier for APS-C camera for ejective focal length. The 28-300 will act like as 42-450mm. But the apertures remain unchanged. At 300m the FF camera has a physical aperture size of 47.6mm, which remains unchanged simply by swapping to a camera with a smaller sensor.F stop is ACTUAL aperture size over ACTUAL focal length.
I will consider this, given I'm fed up waiting for a Nikon D400. And the lack of a mirror is a bonus if the EVF is good enough. I await reports with interest.
An astonishingly underwhelming effort, a menopausal streetwalker saying "Come home with me dearie?" Sony has Leica at its mercy: RX1 with built-in EVF and interchangeable lenses will leave the Germans floating face-down in the water. Fuji is also capable of putting them out of their misery.
I have a 3800, which has 80ml cartridges. These last a good long time. When one is empty, the printer simply stops partway through printing and carries on when the cartridge is replaced. No effect on the quality of the photo. This is great and in contrast to my earlier Canon which just carried on with a colour missing.I am very happy with my Epson.
Superb effort. In response to Jojakim's guts-ache, I would have on my wall in a flash. Very well done.