Great new lil' devil...10 days old manicure not great...
Allen Yang: I used to like Panasonic, but the skintone of indoor portraits and high ISO noise were hideous! I took a picture of my aunt in a restaurant and showed her the pic. What a horrible mistake, she almost killed me! Her face looked sort of purple in that picture. By the way, the camera I used back then was a Panasonic LX3.
Two options available are...Change aunt...Learn shooting pics with a compact cam. Easier than making pics using Dslr's...Yoda that is...
Mean and lean by all means..!
tabloid: Sensor is half the size of full frame....hmmm
Simple elementary school geometry...
mediasorcerer: So what video looks better, 4k from a mft sensor, or 1080p from a ff sensor, just wondering anyone?
Ιs this camera taking good photos?
QuarryCat: even smaller and lighter - and the X-T1 isn't really big and heavy - I don't think it is the right way for serious picture taking.To small for my hands.
Not my style, to retro and to ugly.I like the X-T1 a lot more - it is more Contax, more good propositions.
I don't see a big market for this camera.
Yep! Marketing needs just to gain again from gained reputation out of XT 1.
sneakyracer: Worked with the RAW files using LR and right away I could tell that the file quality of the 5DSR is excellent. Best I have seen from Canon to date. No question about it. The files, even the high iso ones, are extremely workable in LR. They retain great quality (noise and color) even when making pretty wild adjustments. They are similar to 5D3 in look and feel but better. I can't get into specifics until I use the camera with my own lenses and lights but initial impressions are great.
To my eyes Nikon's color rendition is more suitable to my likings, back from the days of Reuters Nikon/Kodak hybrid of 6Mp. Proper PP of course can deliver the desired results from both manufacturers, but not in all cases. FF and APS of Olys, Pentax and Panas are usually rendering more pleasantly (sometimes quite idiosyncratic in PP) while Leica's rendition seems too "firm" and absolute and Minolta/Sony's are expressing their hidden unexpressed love with greens. As said it's a matter of taste and serious PP.
I' ve tried and used intensively some of the Canon's monsters the last dozen years from D1s I to Fivies. I always had an issue with the way they render whites. Maybe it's my idea, sensors' s quality definitely allow whites restoring as you like (that's more than obvious given pixels number and headroom), but I always have this feeling.It's similar to my confidence that in low lights conditions these monsters behave better than anticipated.
Forget selfy pics. Here comes the selfy vids!
Paul JM: There is nothing novel about this at allI married one about 19 years ago
Awesome battery performance!
Superb lenses in the line of quality of Oly..!
Maturity is expensive... A good glass!
Very good in terms of distortion, very very good!
No matter how good or insufficient this device may be, it will be proved, as tenths of other "smart" solutions made to ease our life from cooking to car care, just a trend which will last some months, for trendy people (irrelevant if they are I-something users or not).C' mon, we all know it and maybe some of us that we know it have bought in the past such silly, glittering, most promising gizmos, for really unknown(?) reasons...
brn: Warning: not for pixel peepers.
At 1:1, even this ISO100 images look terrible.
I agree with the IQ, but give me a decent image out of this cam and I' ll return a PPed image that will bring a lot of its viewers in doubt for its origin.
chillgreg: Only 1 2000mm sample??? Of a mountain with no fine detail? That's the headline feature! What's up with that @Dan?
Dan, spare us the excuse and shoot... lol
Big big zoom bridge cameras are quite a tool, no matter the comments of pixel peepers.These guys would never tell the difference of an image of a celebrity in the beach or sport scene printed in their favorite tabloid or sports mag.It's sure that those cams images would never make it to National Geographic pages, but they can capture an image of importance at the glance whereas the pro monsters systems would need an eternity to do it.Some of those cams offer very good IQ comparable to monsters in some cases.The P900 seems to offer a decent quality comparing to the results of previous implementations of a couple years old from other manufacturers. Definitely not a top in IQ, but the +30x zoom factor has its cost.