RDCollins: Sorry, Sony, but I need an electronic or optical view finder! The option you offer is far too expensive and compromises the camera's compact size.
Good for you, but I'm seriously thinking of selling my G1X for the same reason -- I can't see enough detail on the screen in bright daylight to frame photos to my satisfaction. That defect reduces the camera to a true "point and hope."
Sorry, Sony, but I need an electronic or optical view finder! The option you offer is far too expensive and compromises the camera's compact size.
RDCollins: I don't see anything in the article about using drones. Any more information on that?
Thanks, although I can't believe that thing could get close to the lions without scaring them away, especially considering some of the photos.
This story lacks critical information.
I don't see anything in the article about using drones. Any more information on that?
I think you'd take great photos with a Brownie Instamatic!
Screen is fixed rather than articulating -- bummer!
So much for nude sunbathing on the roof!
Oh, come on! Those aren't real birds -- are they?
Seriously, GREAT photo!
Good looking site!
Three complaints (so far):
1. The "last post" links in the list of forum posts don't work, taking the user instead to the first post in a thread.
2. Blank lines in posts are deleted, making paragraphs run together and thus making the entire post more difficult to read.
3. Links in posts do not open in a new window or tab and instead force the user to leave the page (right clicking does provide a work-around, but that shouldn't be necessary).
I might be interested, even at that price, if it had optical zoom, but these days I just can't see buying a camera with a non-interchangeable 35mm lens. Simply not versatile enough to justify the outlay, IMHO.
I find it difficult to believe that anyone would bother to copyright those photos.
I like the zoom range -- 25 to 350 (35mm equivalent) -- seems very reasonable, but only f3.3? That sucks, big time! Deal killer for me.
Model train with cotton or fiberglass to simulate smoke?
Wow! As a group, these photos could be used to teach a class in photo composition. Very impressive!