Real world "camera design" feedback provider to camera "lab designers" who never get out to see the real world.
They should cut out the TV division.
Disconnect the caboose.
Metz flashes are still relevant in photography.
The whole photography World needed somebody to pull the rug from under the slumbering Lame Duck big shots.
Well done, Sony!
An update scheduled for December.
Here, hold my beer, please, while I write that on this analog calendar on the wall using an analog pencil made of lead and clenched wood.
This camera will sell well in Japan.
The cost of the new camera is a fraction of what these players indulge in and loose in bets.
Cheaper than a new driver...
Hands up, those who will use this!
Don't be shy!
Okay... A D750 or 5DIII to anyone who will buy this!
It is good to celebrate birthdays.
Even with cameras.
Any reason to eat a delicious birthday cake would be most welcome...
Sooner or later...
Sony will realize...
Hey! Why not put a cell phone into our high end compact and mirrorless cameras!
"Keep on posing my dear, while I take this call..."
Thicker slab smart phones are going to be the in fashion...
Rumors are now headlines here?
It doesn't matter what brand it is: Rumors are just Room Oars!
Please, dear DPR folks... more leading edge items!
Available for pre-order?
A product one has never used or tested before?
"I think you over estimate their chances!" - Grand Moff Tarkin
Even at the opposite end of success, Hustle Blood still elicits great derision.
Tsk tsk tsk
Smith & Wesson might be interested with the lock, stock, and barrel...
"Designed, developed and built by the German company."
There in that simple sentence is the reason for the relatively high price.
They didn't copy and paste from another manufacturer... like they usually do.
Glad to see Lytro learning to construct a proper ergonomic camera.
Quite an improvement from their old days of the Salt Shaker.
There is a large ocean vessel on the upper right of image 8.
Yet there is no track of destruction (the ship being dragged) from water's edge to where it has been dumped.
That alone is very powerful.
"Ummm.... we have a very powerful motor engine here... but there seem to be no cars available to fit it... the chassis and body just gets ripped away... with the engine running on it's own..."
"That's a nice engine..."
This will fit well in the purposely built Solid Gold display cabinet for the Living Room manufactured by the Rip-Off Camera Add-On Pty Ltd Co. Inc. Et Al.
The manufacturers of this lens could do themselves a real favor by providing a working sample to display on high volume camera shops.
Curious customers can bring their own M4/3 bodies and test it out in the store.
No amount of techno web mumbo jumbo will convince smart consumers.
Marketing 101 101 101 1010101010101010101010101010101.
Congrats to the grand winner. (Lions)
Wondering if DRONES are allowed in this competition.
"The Rip Off Camera-Add-On Company Pty Ltd" has in fact, due to this announcement, applied for patent for: "Eye Drops for the Canon Patent Lens"...