Sadly reminds me of the Vietnam War era bumper sticker "Kill a Commie for Christ."
Good maybe even very good IQ but not any better than my $140 Oly E-PL1 body with 20/1.7 Panny lens. Really!
Even Oly's "ancient" E-PL1 w/ Panny 20/1.7 runs circles around this Canon's IQ.
Evocative. Very well done!
DP2 Merrill low-ISO shots may even exceed these in resolution.
Hmm... even viewing enlargements of the "Original" images, they don't seem light years better than m4/3s, e.g., Oly OM-D EM-5 can do nowadays. Some of these nighttime, high-ISO shots too are very chroma blurred, again not all that different than m4/3s or ASP-C.
I had the Konica Hexar (Silver) film camera with super 35/2 Hexanon lens once. It's been reincarnated in the Sony RX1 ... kind of. Though I didn't and don't care for a fixed, 35mm FOV restriction, many feel comfortable with it. A good move by Sony. If they can offer RX2 with interchangeable lenses, they'll be satisfying many photogs, pro and amateur, and making lots of Yen to boot.
Ho-hum images at best.
I wonder if Romney has any money stashed away on Mars...
"You homo sapiens are indeed a curious species..."
Nice yet a tad overexposed. The right side of his face has blown highlights.
US $899. Ouch!
Very nice small(er) camera with very pricey price tag.
The banding is from the 20/1.7 pancake's syrup which gums up the pixel distribution. ;)
Wonderful everything: mood, subject, background, tonality, composition. A first-class street portrait. Well done!
Next up on Leica's autobahn map is the M-dag. Short for M-daguerreotype. Only US $39,995 and images barely better than the first Brownie box camera. Already a line around the block at B&H waiting to pre-order it. A fool and his money...
Clicked on some "original" images per R. Butler's suggestion and found ... nothing that knocked my socks off. Other "regular" if you will digital cameras even APS-C sized sensors can do as well or better.
Nice image! Here in west-central Oregon's temperate rain forest climate these critters outnumber us humans about 100:1.
Looks like the tip of a gigantically dangerous ballpoint pen.
Snowfall on the Himalayas?