syberman7: Don't like the new comments section design at all - very messy. Please don't change things for change's sake.
@blurredvision Everything back then was better.
@blurredvision: You could always take your like back by clicking the button again. The feedback to indicate you liked a comment was always recessed however. Also, it was more difficult to scan quickly and find the highly liked comments. The reply button at the top and bottom of a thread was also there before as well. :)
@syberman7, ThePhilips: What specifically are you not a fan of? Personally I find Disqus' layout to be confusing.
JakeB: I'm lost.
Could someone please tell me how I can reply to another person's post?
@Terkwoiz: The mobile version has not been changed.
@JakeB: As Terkwoiz pointed out, you use the the blue reply button or the grey reply link at the bottom of a thread. Nothing's changed from the old functionality; the reply button has just moved from the right to the bottom of the first message.
Peiasdf: What happened to the comment section? How do I sort by time now?
@Peiasdf: Oldest first has been re-added (right-most tab).
GabrielZ: 91%! I think that's the highest score DPReview has ever given to a camera.
Correct. <a href="http://www.dpreview.com/reviews?sort=rating">http://www.dpreview.com/reviews?sort=rating</a>
pictureAngst: Looking good, although you might want to consider setting the side margins to a slightly darker grey to reduce overall glare. Also, have you accessibility tested the blue text to ensure adequate contrast with the white bg?
Thanks for the feedback re: the blue color. As for the accessibility guidelines, it does not satisfy: http://webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/?fcolor=39d&bcolor=fff I'll circle back with the team and see about increasing the contrast.
Hiphopapotamus: Why are we still stuck with a forum designed for the 1990s in 2016? It's time to drop the hand-coded monolithic nonsense and move to a real forum package.
What features are your most desiring?
MrTaikitso: Do you have to have a beard to work at DPreview? ;)
Market calls for a hispstermatic custom themed camera for the cereal cafe crowd. Pentax? Your move guys!
Barman, mine's a manly silver GX8, shaven but not 5 axis stirred.
I'll show myself out...
KCook: Interesting choice. But the faint teal background gives this site a "me too" look. Either make the background White, or some tint a little darker than this.
The background is a light grey. No teal at all.
arhmatic: I'd leave both, with the toggle button, just like you have it. Don't try to make one fit all, people will always whine.
@herbert68 Yes. Soon.
Greg Van Deusen: I like both backgrounds, but here's something no one has posted yet- I believe white will run down your battery faster than black on a laptop or tablet. Something to keep in mind when you're down to one bar!
Thanks for continuing to read DPR when you're down to one bar on your device!
The Squire: An f2.8 lens made a lot of sense in front of the 1" sensor. You got effective light gathering and DoF control that was on-par with an APSC DSLR with superzoom - With overall IQ being probably a bit better, good build quality and a more convenient package.
With this lens, the camera is back in traditional bridge-camera territory. A good bridge camera, but no longer a DSLR alternative.
RX10 III vs. your example:
- 24-600mm vs. 27-450mm- 1051g (2.32lb) vs. 1225g (2.70lb)- 5" vs. ~6.9" depth
The Nikon depth is just adding the two depths together ignoring the overlap that goes into the body.
matthew saville: The Sony RX100 and RX10 have already been filling this category extremely well, with the RX100 hitting 24-70 equivalent and f/2-2.8, and the RX10 hitting 24-200 at a constant f/2.8, which for the size and weight is downright impressive.
I just felt like pointing that out, since there's an error (misspeak? missunderstanding?) about none of the existing (December) compacts going longer than 100mm equivalent.
Having said that, as a landscape & nightscape photographer, the Nikon DL 18-50 is definitely the choice for me.
@BarnET: "As luck would have it, the camera I'd been waiting for showed up on <b>January 5th</b>: the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100."
None of the existing December compacts could fit in a purse and go over 100mm.
Try getting that through airport security...
yslee1: Digital zoom for the wide angle module that is only 8mp?
Also, at 135 degrees FoV, it's either an 8mm equivalent or a semi-fisheye like those action cameras.
Which Kodak compact did...? ;)
Kodak did something similar back in the day. Two (zoom) lens for a single sensor with folded optics and a transition between the two. http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/kodakv610/2