wildbild: could have had a better viewfinder/prism with larger magnification.otherwise a brick solid piece of enginiering from canon. and to all the megapixel complainees: how often do you print your pictures 30x 40" on a daily basis? hahaha!!!
upsample your pictures in PS and delete all exif date from the files and no one will notice. this obsession with megapixels is laughable as long as most people use zoom-lenses
MaxTheHorse: Genuine no-troll question. In the UK this camera is being sold for almost exactly 2x the price of the APS-C Nikon D7100. It's only £230 less than the new Full Frame D750. That seems somewhat over the top. What am I missing? One other observation. Most people agree that both Nikon and Canon are feeling the heat from mirrorless. With the new (relatively) lightweight D750, Nikon at least seem to be going some way to trying to address one disadvantage of the DSLR relative to mirrorless, namely weight. So how come Canon have put out a new DSLR that is not only heavier than the Nikon APSC equivalent but also their new FF D750? As I say, not trolling, just genuinely curious.
it's the price of a mirror box that is flapping 10x per second...
i am a bit worried with this huge erection of the lens out of that tiny body.looks too arousing for me though...
could have had a better viewfinder/prism with larger magnification.otherwise a brick solid piece of enginiering from canon. and to all the megapixel complainees: how often do you print your pictures 30x 40" on a daily basis? hahaha!!!
Thanks for posting this review so quickly after the camera's introduction.The funny thing with this camera that I noticed is, that raw files from ISO400 onward look much sharper than those shot with lower ISOs … still rubbing my eyes.
wildbild: I was really hoping for this next generation of sigma cameras to hit the shelf until I saw these first image samples today .. magenta and green blotchy crap. Oh boy did they blow this!I better get myself 5dmkii i think …
just have a look at this:http://www.sigma-global.com/en/cameras/dp-series/gallery/
I was really hoping for this next generation of sigma cameras to hit the shelf until I saw these first image samples today .. magenta and green blotchy crap. Oh boy did they blow this!I better get myself 5dmkii i think …
i don't get why sigma's engineers think theese cameras are operated hand held. the should have a second tripod mount where the sd-card door is..
Given the fact that they are no professional photo agency I think 70—90% would be an appropriate share »that brings dignity to the photographer«.
it's not a trick—it's a phony
those snaps only prove you need really good glass for 24Mpix
The Lytro is not a consumer product.It is still this great technology that hasn't found it's purpose, yet.
DenWil: I will be interested to see if a FF sensor with the same pixel density is forthcoming.
such a sensor would be really stupid. imagine a 40+ MPixel sensor no landscape photographer could use because of defraction is starting at f6.3
Thank god it's not 24 mpixel! Defraction would have been noticable from f8 on..
They shouldn't have done this. To my eyes the images do not look any sharper but certainly show a whole lot more moiré.
peevee1: It loses a stop to Pana 20/1.7 and Samsung 30/2.0, yet priced higher. Bad value.
the price is outrageous! the canon 40mm 2.8 is 179 EUR! and that is FF
dharma108: Hmmm...a gold award for a $1200 DLSR that shooters of sports/action and/or wild life--as in birds of flight, etc--can not realistically shoot in raw mode because of the buffer limitations?
Something does not compute for me here. The buffer limitations is a total deal breaker for me. Should it now be known that the 7100 is just for still photography?
I forgot to tell you: 6 frames only can be really annoying!
My Canon 10D from 2003 buffers 6 frames in RAW. But hey.
mike kobal: thanks to the dpreview team for another excellent review! Looks like a killer APSC shooter, too bad about the terrible raw buffer (: I will patiently wait for the D900E with this sensor, ~54mp, rip medium format
Funny idea — a 54mp FFcamera would have defraction starting at f6.3. That would make all your f16 Landscapes look as soft as 70ies softp°rn. Even with the big proud capital E.
And don't forget to buy a new computer first capable of handling the huge files ; )