D700, 24/1.4, 50/1.4, CZ100/2, 24-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8, SB600, NEX5, 18-55
No 4k recording?
... or buy the identical Panasonic version and a case of good wine.
In that case, they should be marketing this solution towards the commercial, medical, industrial, scientific, etc fields ... consumers arent going to buy this.
Is this even a viable market??? i.e. do people really mount non-Leica lenses on $8000+ Leica M bodies??? Wont your fellow 1%ers laugh at you??
Fuji has the only successful APSc fixed-lens compact on the market. Others from Nikon, Sigma, Ricoh, etc... have flopped despite being good cameras.I would worry though, the 1-inch compacts are...
Fuji has the only successful APSc fixed-lens compact on the market. Others from Nikon, Sigma, Ricoh, etc... have flopped despite being good cameras.
I would worry though, the 1-inch compacts are...
Its really just a matter of time for someone to hack the camera to output the full 16 mp raw. I bet it wont be worthwhile though.
Too bad it runs Android.
.. and how many f2 zooms are there for m43? Zero.
They should have made it 14-24.. or 12-24 and made it smaller or faster. Going all the way to 35 is a bit pointless. since that range is well covered. For a WIDE angle zoom, wider is more...
You can't take WiFi equipped cameras into some places.
I hope Oly has other camera announcements for Photokina. Panasonic is beating them down.
At that price, might as well get one of the 1-inch sensor compacts. You get way more features and better/faster lens. The GM1 would have been more relevant 4 years ago.
The effective capture area is actually less then the G1 X2.. they could put in an FF sensor and the effective area would be the same.
Awesome news. My day-one RX100 is still ticking, but ,if it ever dies i know that there are many more 1-inch compact options out there. The Fuji x30 is the odd one out (in terms of flagship compacts).
Sounds like you want an EM1 or GX7.
I still have a 4 MB Memory Stick i keep around.
There is maybe $20 worth of commodity electronics in there.
In terms of size, you will carry them the same way and will need some sort of bag.. so, its effectively the same size. If the X100 fit in a pocket, that would be a meaningful difference.
IT would be neat if Zeiss made an APO version of the OTUS 85/1.4 .. of course it would cost $8000.
Its a bit too large for what it is. Might as well get something like an RX1 at that size.