Johannes Zander: I have a D800, two V1 and a V2. Half a year ago I bought a E-M1 and I am very happy with it. Also I must say that E-M1 focusing and tracking is not as good as with the V2. But the choices of lenses for the m43 is much bigger than for Nikon 1 cameras.The major andvantage is the firmware upgrading for the E-m1. It becomes a much better and more versatile camera with each firmware upgrade. And the Nikon 1 cameras, not. Nikon could make them much better with firmware upgrades.
It's the Fuji experience! : )
As the images show it still has the limitations of a small sensor no matter how good it is otherwise ie: large depth of field, Hi ISO noise.
maxnimo: I thought New Zealand was covered with trees and lush, green vegetation. Hmmm...........
Not seen Lord of the Rings?
anu l: after reading the review, I think this camera deserved a gold rating.
some of the compromises done are natural & rather deliberate, to keep it within it's category..... not something like "features gone wrong".
at least from the reviews on dpreview the canon T6s/i "lack a lot" compared to D5500.
Yes. Live view without showing the true exposure isn't actually live view and is almost useless. Nikon really needs to fix this on all their cameras as well as providing a decent buffer (why so stingy?).
Skipper494: Can never understand why people think that a third party knows a camera manufacturer's RAW algorithm better than the camera manufacturer and, of course, the latter's converter comes free.
GirchyGirchy . I disagree. NX2 is good just very slow. But using too much shadow loses too much colour. D-lghting though is hopeless. But used gently it is much better than ACR. Just save jpg and finish off in Photoshop.
Umutsezerkoc: Which one should I buy for all-around type of photography? I shoot everything! Street, landscape, sports.. etc.Sony a6000Nikon D7200Canon 70D I shoot videos lot too, but, touch screen doesn't matter so much, I just want the best quality and speed. Or should I wait for a new camera maybe 80d or a7000/a6100? If you want, you can recommend me another camera under $1500.
As you shoot videos a lot the 70D is the one or you. Also for sports too. Pair it with a 15-85 and 70-200L IS and you are good to go. Exactly what I recommended to a friend. He is very happy!Start with the 18-135 stm if you can't afford those. Better for video too.
T3: Is Canon ever going to produce a camera that can do panorama sweep? I really enjoy this feature, especially in a compact camera. So many other cameras have this feature, but not Canon. I guess when it comes to panorama sweep, Canon sees it as impossible.
Seems like they do need more attention to QC.
Part of me thinks why wasn't the camera released with this? Part of me says good on ya Fuji. After all I benefited from the firmware upgrades to my original X100 - released even after they had the X100s to market.
jl_smith: Did Sony just do the impossible.....you mean they actually made a new lens? Oh wait, never mind!
Now they need to do the Possible.
Dougbm_2: 28-200mm?I think this is a misprint. Should be 28-300mm.Just wish this was a 1" sensor as the 1/17 sensor is just too small and outdated for this otherwise nice camera.Actually if it was 24-200mm and 1" I would probably buy.
@theblock. Not being serious mate. Just dreaming. You never know how technology will improve. Anyway look how compact Sony's Rx100 mk1 with 28-100 is or Canon's G7x at 24-100.
Antony John: I guess we'll also see a 12-24 Art lens at some time which, with this 24-35, would make quite a nice 2 lens setup for those interested in wide angle photography.The 24-35 makes sense as a first introduction because I'd imagine the 24 - 35 F/Ls will probably have more 'universal' appeal amongst the 'wide' lenses.
I am hanging out for a 24-27mm f1.4 actually! : )
Think Sigma have lost the plot a bit here!
Very short range. Would have to be significantly better than the 24-70.
LionelA: This is awesome! Most interesting camera this year by far! Thanks Canon, theres a reason your still number #1.....other brands are too busy at the E3 show, too bad for their fanboys...hope they like videogames at least :)))))))
you're (you are) not your. Totally different meaning.
jl_smith: All of the "no EVF" complainers who are telling Canon they fail at life are OBVIOUSLY better at running a multi-million dollar company than Canon is, so I'm *amazed* they haven't hired you yet!
It's about market segments and potential engineering limitations, people.
On the marketing bit - you have to keep the camera below certain price points to appeal to your target customers. The semi-serious P&S crowd isn't going to give a great deal about an EVF - they just want decent images and lots of zoom.
The serious P&S shooter IS going to care about the EVF and will spend the extra money to get it (assuming they go with this model).
Of course, one would hope it was an engineering decision instead of a sales/marketing one.
"All of the "no EVF" complainers who are telling Canon they fail at life are OBVIOUSLY better at running a multi-million dollar company than Canon is"
You got it! : )
sh10453: Been a Canon guy since the A1, late 70s, have since purchased at least 2 dozen Canon pro cameras, including FF DSLR's.I am ready to say goodbye Canon, & hello Sony.No native VF is a deal breaker for me. I can't follow a fast bird at 600mm looking at a screen on a bright sunny day!$250 for the VF?1 f/s RAW?3 f/s?It's a shame that Canon is sleeping.A crippled camera with a large sensor is very limiting, although it's fine for those who will use it indoors for portraits)!For a smaller, pocket size one, I opt for the Panasonic DMC-LF1. I love the view finder on this tiny camera, and it has Wi-Fi, NFC, etc. as well, at the price of the Canon VF.For a 25-600mm, I'll opt for the Pana FZ200, f/2.8 all the way to 600mm Leica lens, and 12 f/s, although at a much smaller sensor.
Here is a recent sample photo using the LF1, reduced in size and resolution for the web (from a few days ago; notice the caption):
You love the viewfinder on the LF1??!! I have this and the viewfinder is useless. Not a bad little camera. Raw and C1, C2 settings are what I like. Prefer an RX100 though.
This is more compact.
Tom Hoots: I have had image quality problems with a G1X, a G1X Mark II, and a G7X, all bought right when they were first released to the stores.
Quoth the raven: Nevermore.
There is just no way that I'll spend that kind of money just to wind up doing "beta testing" for Canon. Maybe after it's been out for a year I'll start thinking about perhaps buying one of these things.
What problems in particular?