SI has become irrelevant. Killed off by the Internet.
Kudos to Nikon for hitting a homerun with the D750. I've had it for two weeks now and loving it more everyday. I'm finding I use the tilting screen more than I thought I would.
I just got the D750 and love it, especially the tilting screen. I came up from a D200 so it's a big upgrade. Still learning to use it. The manual is twice as thick as the D200 manual, BTW.
As a side note, I think Barney is a certified member of the hipsters local 101.
Rappers everywhere are salivating as we type.
Where did they test market these? San Francisco?
stratplaya: Wow. DPR feels that no 4K video in a smartphone is a con. I wonder what they will call this little gem?
When they reviewed the Amazon Fire phone.
Wow. DPR feels that no 4K video in a smartphone is a con. I wonder what they will call this little gem?
This was really shot at f/1.8? I would have thought the background would have been more out of focus.
HiRez: You're listing "No 4K" as a negative, for a camera phone? REALLY?
I agree. Leaving 4K video out of a small device is smart. I'm glad Apple didn't add 4K.
"Will your AF systems ever become competitive to Nikon's offerings?" :)
I agree with him on 4K video. It's just too much and there are few if any broadcasts using that standard. I'm sure it's a bear to edit as well.
Lovely hands holding that D750. Who is she?
Aren't most prime 85mm lenses pretty much distortion free already?
Let's hope Nikon follows suit. Competition is good.
I have the Canon Pixma MG6220. Love the ouput (includes a gray ink cartridge) but it is an ink hog.
I hope they are shooting the next Star Wars movies with film. The last three were hard to watch and lacked any character.
Salah: 720p!!! really LG?
720p on a 5 inch device is more than enough. Of course, the low information consumer may think they really need 1080p.
I would have liked to have seem some data at 500mm. I'm thinking that's where this lens would be used most.