Monty71: I find it funny that the same people that bash this camera's small sensor and own m43 cameras usually insist that m43 are just as good as cameras with larger sensors.
@AnepoFF sensor is 36mm across, actual APS C is 24mm (but so-called APS-C digitial cameras are always a little less, typically about 23.6mm, unless they are Canons, in which case they will be smaller), m4/3s is 17.3mm, 1" is 13.2mm.
So if 13.2mm is MUCH MUCH smaller than 17.3mm, how many MUCHs do you need to describe how much smaller m4/3s is than FF? Or can you just increase the size of the font on each of your 2 MUCHs?
kadardr: Anybody read the specifications?1. Slow motion action moment capture: you select image after getting 1.33 sec of action and viewed 3 times slower2. Best moment capture: camera takes 20 shots and selects best 53. Advanced movie mode: you can take stills while taking hd video footage.
And I still cannot get what live image control mode is.
Just think over. This is not what you think to be. I hated V1 and thought it was phony and useless, but V2 is some serious innovation imho.
Only the first of those (selecting a shot from 1.33 sec of video) is new. The other two you can get on the V1 (or J1).
peevee1: The new 10-100 is without image stabilization! Are they planning to add IBIS in the future bodies or what? How useful this 270 mm equivalent at f/5.6 at best without any IS, and with inferior Aptina 1" high ISO?
How useful is their 300mm f4 without VR?
In the 1 system they already had a 10-100mm with VR (and power zoom) and a 30-110 with VR amongst their initial 4 lenses. I was wondering why they were introdicing another 10-100mm lens, but now it is clear - it is for anyone who wants to reduce weight and cost to an absolute minimum while maximising IQ (for a 10X zoom) and lens durability and is prepared to sacrifice VR to do it