Brilliant work, I have enjoyed following his Flickr stream, well worth visiting.
A gorgeous looking tactile camera that sadly is hugely over priced. Fuji must be laughing hysterically.
A fine looking analog/digital camera.
I think it will sell very well to old men.
I somehow think young photographers will stick with their iPhones and Samsung NX cameras.
This is impressive customer service from Fuji!
I would not have sold my X100 if this had been released earlier - shame - but still good to see manufacturer supporting an older product!
A nice effort from Panasonic and it will probably do well as a second or third body.
It also strikes me that Nikon got it just right with their 1 series cameras - its just such a shame Nikon first got their pricing terribly wrong, then panicked and slashed their prices, then panicked again and told the whole world the 1 series future is up for debate - don't Nikon understand that their 1 series is really really good? Their cameras are small, the lenses are extremely small and light and compact.
They just need to get out there and sell it properly!
All this free publicity for Sakar! I bet they are pleased as punch with Nikon!
Love it! Ordered one via Amazon already!
Since when did two turkeys make an apple?
I feel sorry for Nokia - OK they sitting in a mess of their own making but most of us have fond memoies of our first Nokia smartphone - unlike Microsoft where our early memories are of slow computers constantly crashing and the Blue Screen of Death.
I fear this will end in tears for all concerned.
It looks to be excellent value for money, IQ should be good too and it will handle well with the LA-EA2 and A mount lenses.
Clever move Sony!
This looks like a great entry level X camera. Once people have bought into the Fuji X system and got a few lenses they will trade up to a better X camera once they can afford it.
Fuji should be applauded for putting together an excellent range of mirror-less cameras.
Says me - a Sony fanboy!
Very interesting! Event and sports photographers usually shoot jpeg for fast upload. Now there won't be a mad scramble for the media room PC's just hope for a decent 4G signal and fire your shots ( edited even! ) off to the editor or straight online....
Samyang continue to impress - now if they could do A/F and keep their low prices......
Nice solid old-fashion DSLR's that will no doubt be well built, reliable and produce good images . But where is the modern tech? EVF's decent live view and video? Kudos for Pentax for being brave/mad enough to offer colour options too!
I really quite like this.
You have handled a big update WAY better than Flickr did with their ham fisted and clumsy overhaul.
Even DPReview see fit to talk about Flickr on their mobile phone site.
Has it come to this that Flickr has become another juvenile infested forum full of junk photography like Facebook?
I have to say I am really upset by the new Flickr.
The interface is awful and if this is the direction its heading I may well get left behind.
Josh152: Wow so basically flickr went and copied the look and feel of 500PX.
Flickr have messed this up big time. Yes the photos look good - providing they are large when uploaded - small photos look awful.
The navigation is abysmal however and this has seriously impacted on the social/commenting side which is a huge part of Flickr - a massive blunder by Flickr I feel.
The Android app is atrocious - far too big and it beeps incessantly - I had to uninstall it as it was so loud!
A terrific series and good to see a Sony camera being pushed hard to takes these wonderful shots!
I have had Aperture for a long while and was considering a switch to Adobe Photoshop.
Not any more!
It looks very plasticky and full of confusing software gimmicks. HTC one is still looking very tempting.....
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