Announced Jun 25, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I have a recently purchased D610, half a year old or so, and it's been shot a few thousand times, 3000-4000 shots approximately. Just recently I got a "Card Err" in slot 1, with a 64Gb Lexar Premium 300x (a Lexar 300x 32Gb in slot 2). I tried taking the card out and putting it in again, turning the camera off and on, and it worked fine for a couple shots. Turning the camera on the next time I got the error again. I switched cards, card 1 to slot 2, card 2 to to slot 1, and the error now was...
How do these two compare? My first impression from reading their reviews that X-M1 will take better picture in terms of color and also lower noise and better detail in JPEG mode. Who is the X-A2 for? I'm going to buy one of them for my daughter. I would really appreciate any advice. Thanks Ed
Hi all, I would appreciate any help regarding this matter - im looking to buy a new digital camera in price up to 550$. Expectations:- i would like to avoid manual adjustment of focus, f.length, iso, etc., and have a decent camera to setup once - and then shoot (for everyday situations).- image quality in jpeg- occasional macro shots- small enough to be carried around without stretching the muscles I have already decided that it will be one of Fuji X- models, and since i have seen a few...
Been to the zoo, today.Not really great pictures, but I was able to get some really good practice :) I've got a question regarding the Image Quality of 2 pictures with nearly the same settings, but with really different image quality. I'm trying to figure out why the IQ is so different. Can you explain? 100% crops (screenshot) of the unprocessed images.The face of the black/brown monkey has a lot of noise, is washed out and also some purple glow can be seen around the blown out...
Both the manual and Google have let me down: To clean the sensor is there a focal plane shutter I need to set to open before I can use my Rocket blower, Arctic Dust brush etc. My Nikons obviously need the shutter opening to clean the sensor but I think the X-M1 doesn't. Or does it? --Andrew Skinner - but remember I cannot get the hang of threaded fora.
Hi guys, I've been spending my time to read your opinions, reviews and discussions. I am acutally impressed how much great knowledge is kept in this website. I'm planning to buy a mirrorles camera and let me tell you my situation. The first reason why I want a mirrorless is to take great pictures of my nephews, landscapes where I visit and portraits of my friends. So picture quality is my priority. My second priority is the built quality, I want my camera and its accessories to look stylish...
I found a second hand XF55-200 in good condition at 400 euros and I have a X-M1 body with the standard XC 16-50 and a XF 35 mm. I know that the 55-200 sounds a bit too much for my body, but this price is slightly more than a XC50-230. Moreover, could be a better lens if I decide to upgrade to a X-T1 in the future. My question is: is the 55-200 fully usable with the X-m1 and do you think it can be a good deal or you would go for a XC50-230 anyway? Thanks a lot in advance, Pavius