Is there any reason then that (fw2.0) A7mk2 owners whom will not be using G Master lenses need apply the new firmware?Some folks seem to think that only the more 'important' features of firmware updates are stated by the manufacturers while other less important features are not stated.
she is earning an honest living doing what she loves to do...more power to her.
so...Sony FF has the R line for resolution, the S line for sensitivity, and the all-a-rounder line (a7 i/ii).now Sony has 'made' a new premium line EF mount and the new AF marvel a6300. mighty interesting stuff from Sony.could we expect a new Sony FF "a?" line for fast fast action or will the fast focusing stuff of the a6300 remain on APS-C and/or simply 'trickle' up to current FF line.
crazy cool image Gary!!!!
jalywol: Not sure why anyone would be surprised to see this sort of styling from Olympus. The problem is, it's expensive, has a gimmicky knob on the front where your fingers will want to sit, and, it doesn't really have any new technology in it. IF they had managed to put in a BSI sensor with better noise characteristics, and PDAF on sensor, then they would have really had something. Instead, this feels like a prettied up version of the same old same old. Sorry Oly. Looks aren't everything....
throwing the baby out with the bath water?why should anyone 'concern' themselves with what components may or may not be 'new' or different inside a camera?is a 'new' camera able to produce higher IQ than the current models should be the primary concern. No?BTW...looks are indeed an important qualification no matter how silly (not IQ related). If I had no idea of what IQ was and how to use a camera's best features to get it....then this Pen F is the only Pen I'd ever buy based simply on it's looks.
well done. lovely colors.
Marty4650: Seriously..... why?
The camera will cost between $400 and $750. The film will cost between $50 and $75 per cartridge (for what, three and a half minutes of video?) and you will still need a projector and a screen! And at a time where every smartphone and camera can take pretty decent video... for free.
This product wins the "Solution Searching For A Problem To Solve" Award for 2016, and we are still in the first week of the year.
I went to the website...Kodak processes the film then "scans" it so I'm assuming one gets a digital copy only.unless one processes by one's own hand.
that's cool.I never had the opportunity to see/use one of these in it's day. I'd bet my son would flip right out to use one.
matthew saville: Too bad this "sharpest lens ever" is probably sharpest at its wide-open aperture and maybe ~1 stop down, thanks to diffraction on the 2x crop sensor.
Pentax is finally making a full-frame camera, will Olympus seriously spend the rest of its days dedicated to the 2x crop sensor size? Seems a shame... But then again there's a whole new generation coming that has never stopped down their lenses more than one stop, since they're obsessed with bokeh. Too bad 2x crop is counterproductive to that as well. 'Round in circles the debate goes...
"too bad probably"?anyways... isn't the sweet spot on most any lens usually one or two stops from wide open?and why should a 2X crop camera operator need to stop down much further from wide open given the 2x DoF at equivalent stop?
arca swiss grooves on tri-pod foot...nice.
Paul Auclair: nice looking lens.i do quite like Panasonic's 'Leica' offerings so I am eager to see IQ results from this one too.I wonder how well OIS plus IBIS will work on an Olympus body though.
here's to hoping.
nice looking lens.i do quite like Panasonic's 'Leica' offerings so I am eager to see IQ results from this one too.I wonder how well OIS plus IBIS will work on an Olympus body though.
forpetessake: You can find a lot of interest in adapted lenses in Sony forums, but you can find very little interest in Fuji forums. The explanation is obvious, the only reason for that interest is due to the fact that manufacturer isn't able to produce a useful range of good quality, reasonably sized and priced lenses.
I am fully covered, and then some, for focal lengths using m4/3.I bought a Sony FF body specifically to use with my manual focus lenses. It just so happens that I picked up a couple modern E-mount AF lenses too.
ludwik123: Great idea.Next we should register all camera users with lenses beyond a certain focal length. All DSLRS and mirrorless. Anyone using a camera in public should be stopped, questioned and prosecuted as appropriate.
your choice...get hit by a lens attached to a camera in use by a inadvertent camera operator or by one/all of 4 high speed rotor blades diving at 60 mph.I know my answer all day long.
very funny!!!how many people have had their eyeballs sliced in half, fingers sliced to the bone, and many other injuries inflicted upon unsuspecting peoples by a camera operator zooming his/her lens in/out?because one is allowed to purchase a thing should not mean one is able use the thing. with out due care and attention the thing is a menace to all those around.the blades that propel those 'innocent' drone as dangerous as F&*K when the drone/operator loses control.perhaps potential shoppers of drones now having to consider other's safety is a wise thing?
as an employee i have to rely on the company furnished iphone to complete tasks.i am glad to see the battery pack.