looking at comments, makes me think that they intentionally leaked the price, not the software...
any hints whether it is weather sealed?
looks like a government project aiming unemployment
add Ninja among the missing ones...wait its not supposed to be found anyway :)
This is from K-30'review :"K-30 still produces very good detail and makes up for it with arguably the best high ISO performance in its class "
and this is from 5200's:"At high ISO sensitivities, the noise performance of the D5200 is the best that we've seen from a DSLR at this price point."
as a potential buyer, I thiink that the vague point here is "class"...if it includes only the most recent cameras, then this class will consist of only 2-3 cameras...if on the other hand it includes a bit older ones too, then the above statements start to look confusing...so which one?
same picture quality as with almost half priced E-Pl5?
their sales used to somehow measure their innovative and supportive efforts, so reflecting the value of a software developer company more fairly, lets say...so by targeting a steadier cash flow stream, they try to avoid the reflection of those ups and downs in their developping abilities onto the cash generated..this can be seen as a hedge against their own business model, but the fee is paid by the customers..so the price includes both the product usage and the promise by the company to develop and excel their products and this exactly what makes its overpriced
Maybe its better to suggest some alternative uses, so we can help the reviewer:1-Growing a plant2-Washing veggies3-4-..
look nice...any plans to make it available on mobile platforms?(if it is give it to my poor searching skills:) )
Photoman: Lovely system, but why is these images of the body and lenses so under exposed? Maybe they didn't calibrate their big bright moniter? Rookie mistake.
hope they are not taken with S2 :)
Charrick: What a self-righteous douche. I don't mean the bride. I mean the photographer who responded. Many photographers are like minimalist "artists" - they expect to get tremendous money from very little work...and they often do.
As has already been stated, this person works only 4 months, or 1/3rd of a year, and makes $50,000 from that. My advice to Nikki is to get a job on the side, like for the majority of the year. In fact, you can call your photography job your job on the side.
Does she not realize that most people work 12 months a year and don't make that much?...me, included.
Her logic is like this: I only take Easter photos, and I only have about a week to do it. Thus, I must make $50,000 in one week. In one week, I can only manage to do 2 shoots (because of converting RAW files), so I must be paid $25,000 per shoot. That's absurd.
Also, she acts like he wouldn't have broadband internet, or own a car in normal life, since those "luxuries" are listed as work expenses.
exactly my thoughts...the photographer reasoning is far from being "perfect" as claimed...get a job for those 8 months, rather than thinking how to spend that 7000 left after costs and live for another 240 days...and afterall, if you let the equipment you claim is so expensive (and it is) to sleep for 8 months then yes it "surprisingly" will turn out to be expensive in your business model...and if you do some other works during those 8 months, not including them into your revenue cost "analysis" is more than a dishonest attempt to posit facts in a biased but seemingly honest way...
shouldn't the new button be near the other corner? (if its intended for leftists, they should have built also a flash below that button)
...wonder if even this statement is a rebadged one (that Panasonic used for fz150:) )
at iso1600 not much different than P&Ss like LX5 or S95
very fine thought and successfully executed.... ugliness
daylight and low-lights comments identical?...or is it only a glitch