Only cons I have: Not loud enough, big enough, or expensive enough. Otherwise probably Okay.Sarcasm aside, it is undoubtedly a fine camera.
jhendrix: Conclusion: "Nikon's latest midrange full-frame camera is the 24 megapixel D750, which is at the same level as the aging Canon EOS 6D and Sony's recently announced Alpha 7 II."
So a three-year-old camera is "aging."
Yeah, Considering the 6D is barely 2 years old and A7 only one.
Very nice video.
Alex Notpro: What's the price?
Source SAR = 1600$
According to SAR price of A7II converts to 1600$ But it is only available in Japan on Dec. 5 and no word at all on availability in other countries. Could be quite a while to wait.
Wow! I looked at the feathers in the Studio Comparison Tool. The Z is quite a camera. Interesting rough comparison: As far as crop factor goes; 44X33 is to aps/c as FF is to m4/3rds. Both are crop factor 2.0 of the larger format.
Another release Canon users have been waiting for (7DII). This one is certainly on my watch list. I wonder how the new 100-400 with 1.4X TC 140-560 f/8 will compare to the Sigma 150-600 f/6.3 S? That's a 2600$ rig (the Canon + TC) compared to a 2000$ (the Sigma)
Petroglyph: Interesting the filter thread is 72mm - same as FF Nikkor 24-85 and not 67mm like other aps/c version from other makers. Price on lenses in this range tends to fall a bit after launch. It will be interesting to see reviews to find out something about its all important IQ.
True but the EF-S lens has to go to 15mm because of the 1.6 Canon crop to get a similar width FOV. The same crop Nikkor 16-85 is 67mm filter.
Interesting the filter thread is 72mm - same as FF Nikkor 24-85 and not 67mm like other aps/c version from other makers. Price on lenses in this range tends to fall a bit after launch. It will be interesting to see reviews to find out something about its all important IQ.
Thank you for putting these videos out for those of us who missed them the first go 'round. I watched the Pentax one and will be taking a look at the Sony next. I think the only one I was able to see the first time was the Sigma.
Pros:Low cost -Cropped sensor cam? Not so low.Feels sturdy -It will weigh about 1 kilogram.The shutter is good through 200,000 actuations -Same as $900 K3.AF fast and responsive -The only real pro AFAIK.Cropped sensor when you need more reach on lenses -Think Sigma 120-300 f/2.8Shutter feels fast and light -As good as 6D – hope hope.Video is improved -Who cares?Lighter weight than the EOS-1D X -But it is still heavy as a rock compared to its real competition.Cons:No voice recorder -Don't care.The cropped sensor is a negative point -Positive for what I use them for.High ISO noise is still an issue, albeit not as bad as the original 7D -Hmmm.No built-in Wi-Fi - Competitors have this.Default color still a little warm and over-saturated -PP issue not a problem
Take away - I like the idea of the 7DII and am on the fence about it. IMO the body is still fairly pricey compared to the competition.
The rumoured high MP camera? They have a patent for a foveon like sensor, but I thought that was for the metering or AF sensor.
New FA645 28-45 IS lens had to be there somewhere I would think.
DPR, thank you for the Video. Go Samsung! Push the camera big-boys out of their comfort zone.
JamesD28: The 'high magnification super zoom' and 'large diameter zoom' are being developed for a full frame Pentax camera, also in development. The 16-85mm may be for FF aswell.
Yes indeed. I'm waiting for the reviewers to get out their in-depth review of that one. Canon will sell a bazillion of those. I'm concerned about the 70D-ish sensor. Maybe Canon can do a deal with Samsung for their next crop sensor? Wait, this is about the Ricoh stand - K3 has an excellent sensor, btw.
pacnwhobbyist: Wonder what the pricing on the 16-85 will be.
My bad. Nikon 16-85 is still for sale today at 699$.
You didn't see any Pentax 645Z there?
Nikon's was 500-600$ range I think, about 4 years back maybe.
mosc: Uh, I guess this wasn't a popular read but I have a small typo correction on slide 10. The Q-S1 doesn't use a 5.6x crop factor (1/2.33" sensor Q10 did) it uses a 1/1.7" sensor which has a massively smaller crop factor of a scant 4.7x
Yes, I know, nobody cares. Something is wrong in the internet and I should ignore it.
All along I've been saying a DA 300mm has a 1410mm FOV on a Q7 and now I learn it is only 1392mm. What a bummer!
Since then we wondered where is the D400?