This is a more compact "short form" review.
I think this is much more than a clever viewfinder. Fuji is the only company that has tried to modernize the optical viewfinder. One of the reasons we still "argue" so much about the viewfinder...
Interesting read. Thanks for posting. I give Olympus a lot of credit for persevering and the gestalt image quality with an Olympus product is always excellent-good value.
Most interesting to me is that no one has achieved in APS-C what Olympus has with these OM-D cameras. Fuji and Samsung to a certain extent, but I give Olympus props for maxing out that 16 MP 4/3...
I see much less issue with filter glass scrathing than coatings eroding.
Would be nice to see the camera assembly line. Is it Leica-like or a bit more modern factory?
Lots of money. What about the XZ series?
Interesting to remember how in film days Pentax, like Mamiya, had excellent medium format cameras. Not just the 6x7, but the 645 cameras, also. 35mm, 120, sheet film was a nice progression.
Yes, Richard S. How did we manage to take a photograph without auto-exposure, auto-focus and motor-winder. Yet, with each advance (going back to the film days), working pros would say "we don't...
Your voice to ... This is what has been missing in the modern DSLR-viewfinder innovation.
Good thoughts. We have today's modern, super-duper lenses and yet they rely so much on hidden software corrections.
I would have asked about Ricoh finally giving Pentax DLSR a real line-up of models and Ricoh's commitment to maintaining that.If I were the exec, I would have cited NIKON as the company that has...
I would have asked about Ricoh finally giving Pentax DLSR a real line-up of models and Ricoh's commitment to maintaining that.
If I were the exec, I would have cited NIKON as the company that has...
This is obviously where things are headed-even if one streams the nephew's birthday party cross-country (remember, when camcorders supplanted film cameras before the digital era and video on...
I'd like to see the company that licensed the Kodak name do something like that. Wonder over to Kodak Forum and folks are reporting on these new badged cameras-which are quite good.
One of the great values in contemporary photography.
Time to "clean sheet" the digital SLR. Sony did in a way, but seems to have retreated. Not saying that a D7200 isn't a good product or value, just find the format and interface bewildering.
I wonder who really designs and develops these "point and shoots."
Seems to be more forthcoming than some of the other OEMs?
It seems like with all those phones not given WiFi, this product has less appeal, especially as it doesn't do 4G, only WiFi?