Brandon c: It has 10 bit video (with the use of hdmi of course), not even the A7sII has that.
Quite true, just find a little crazy for leica to have 10bit 4k and not sony even though leica does make high end cinema lenses
It has 10 bit video (with the use of hdmi of course), not even the A7sII has that.
justmeMN: (USA) With the exception of this event, Samsung is an invisible camera brand. I have never seen one on a store shelf, or in a user's hand, or in a television commercial, or in a newspaper advertising circular, or...
My locally owned camera store sells Fuji, Leica, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, and Sony cameras, but even they don't carry Samsung cameras.
In the UK, The Jessops I've been to has a whole wall dedicated to Samsung cameras and their lenses which is quite bigger than what they have for Sony and Fuji
The acutance/ deatail capabilities of the old mono was very very impressive, now with the updated cmos sensor... I can't wait to see some samples.
GothtinPowers: So how do these compare to dedicated film scanners like the Nikon coolscans?
From what I've seen against the coolscan 9000 and Epson V700/750, the Epson's aren't able to resolve as much detail and generally aren't as good but they are pretty decent, plus you can scan a very wide verity of formats.
I still think and presume Fuji should and will, sometime in the future, produce a range of f/4 zooms to coincide with their f/2.8 zooms due to there being a market for those who want smaller lenses and do not need such fast speeds on their lenses. I also think the same about their primes, I think there definitely a market for smaller compact f/2 primes similar to their 18mm and it would be nice to see their f/1.4 (and 56mm) primes all in f/2. Although there could be an issue with having a small 23mm as Fuji might think it could start to tread on the toes of the x100 series.
The lenses are looking to be a good size for what they are.
Them M's look so beautiful
Viewfinder looks just a tad big...