Well-done, Jeff. Very helpful.
Nikonos anyone. This would seem to be one of best niches open to camera makers. Some good suggestions below.
As I understand, this was Jobs original vision. He didn't want the computers to be upgradeable. Tell that to my Beige G3 (one of the most formidable consumer computer builds of all time)m, my...
As I understand, this was Jobs original vision. He didn't want the computers to be upgradeable. Tell that to my Beige G3 (one of the most formidable consumer computer builds of all time), my Blue...
Thanks. Not an easy interview to edit. I'm glad you are presenting viewpoints/insights at the end of the formal interviews.
Does ANYONE make a good image manager, where you create folder by folder and not have to "dump" all images (iTunes, whatever) into a common library???
I wouldn't be surprised if the number of conventional "computer" models dwindles. I expect the Mac Mini to go and for there to be only 2 laptops, if that, an Air-Macbook and a Macbook Pro. All...
Samsung's APS-C offerings. I know there have been issues in the early days, especially with high ISO and processing speed, but the ergonomics, exposure, color balance, etc. are outstanding.
I can only say as someone who usually bemoans the prices of these cameras, the Panasonic FZ1000 seems a great value.
In many ways, that Coolpix 990/995 hasn't been equalled. The new Sigma with such a broad platform could have benefitted from that approach. Much better in my opinion than a fragile moving LCD.
One neat thing about the GH cameras (mentioned in the article) is the ability to use a remarkable range of lenses-ancient and modern.
Dare I say the FZ1000 seems like an outstanding value.
$350 sounds like a bargain.
It is nice running a real computing environment (Windows 8.1) on a tablet. For those with the interest, need and patience, much better than iOS or Android platforms in my opinion. With a Windows...
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...