Hasselblad - The boutique brand.
completelyrandomstuff: This is styled like an F-117 fighter jet and then it comes with a red dot sight. Coincidence?
"the process of creating the review was incredibly frustrating"Why?
Does anyone know why Hologram AF and the NightShot / NightFraming capabilities had to go? At least Hologram AF has always seemed very useful to me.
Now let's see Canon and Nikon do that.
deleted-13120401: Pretty sure all you need to be a 'street photographer' is to call yourself a street photographer. Better yet, International Street Photographer.
He does not even photograph streets! It seems he is a people photographer or something instead!
D1N0: Camera brands most likely to have Fan boys:
Apple (not really a camera so this is a special category of stupendous ignorance)
1. Olympus2. Canon3. Nikon3. Fuji5. Pentax6. Sony7. Panasonic
I see what you did there! You mixed the good brands in with the useless brands!
Vikas M Gore: I realzied a few weeks ago that I was becoming an addict and and not enjoying it! I have started eBaying some of the stuff I don't need and avoiding buying more.
That's bad. You certainly should be enjoying it!
audijam: DLSR = digital single-lens reflexmirrorless = mirrorless
can you compare F1 with go karts?
of course not...
@viking79you don't understand, it's the mirror that makes the camera :-D
skimble: Its like a child pretends to be Van Gogh, I feel sorry for the Germans :-) reminds me of the time when artists placed a turd in the corner of a room and called it art. It is not the framing I question its the tool and the way it is applied.But hey everyone to its own ;-)
@T3The whole article was written to highlight that these images will be used as a special "mobile photography" part of a photography exhibition. The author and exhibitor make it clear that the "mobile" aspect of these images is a very important part of their raison d'etre. I would say that merits discussion about "what camera was used?!?!" and what effect this does have on the final images, if any.
MrTaikitso: Ooooh! DPreview featuring rumours and leaks now! Hmm, interesting.
Andy: If they had, they wouldn't be able to publish the rumor.
As xda-developers pointed out, pictures are much better in the burst mode. Could you Dpreview / DxO guys test that?http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2195895
zxaar: Is there any details about camera lens available. That is how wide to tele it is in terms of 35mm. Also details of aperture would help. Does anybody know this.
Well, the max. aperture is F/2.4 and the focal length is 4mm, hard to say what it is in 35mm terms.
Double post, sorry.
I like the Instagram-ish look of the image.
stratplaya: Another left wing group trying to intimidate a business.
Spoken like a true Don. :-D
Roman Korcek: Does this test take into account the HTC One bug where when you set the ISO value manually the HTC One does not use it as an actual value but as an upper limit instead, also writing the upper limit into the EXIF data instead of the actual value used?http://www.heise.de/foto/meldung/Smartphone-Kamera-Bug-HTC-One-schreibt-falsche-EXIF-Daten-1827489.html
Thank you for the clarification.
Does this test take into account the HTC One bug where when you set the ISO value manually the HTC One does not use it as an actual value but as an upper limit instead, also writing the upper limit into the EXIF data instead of the actual value used?http://www.heise.de/foto/meldung/Smartphone-Kamera-Bug-HTC-One-schreibt-falsche-EXIF-Daten-1827489.html
So Sigma will offer a redesigned 30mm F/1.4 in addition to the new 35mm F/1.4? Is that not overkill?
SigmaChrome: The Sigma DP2 Merrill.
This is a pointless list because it doesn't list all the cameras produced in 2012. Anyway, the best camera is pretty much always the one you bought yourself.
Nah, that's just the one you could afford.