Sigma copy/10 as well
You might wake up again and find that this was just a dream.Oh wait...
Well, the Sony is just that much more interesting. Wouldn't you say that? There were articles on the Canon, but the Sony just has more to analyze and explore.
Here you go: http://www.dpreview.com/articles/8511033648/readers-showcase-raiatea-arcurihttp://www.dpreview.com/articles/4957001250/readers-showcase-alexander-jikharev
Here you go: http://www.dpreview.com/articles/8511033648/readers-showcase-raiatea-arcuri
BADUM TSSSI'd actually go for this if I were looking for a camera now or in the near future.
I'd actually go for this if I were looking for a camera now or in the near future.
Pentax has been using K for... 40 years?
Yes, the Canon *starts* at 100mm 4.5. The problem here is that telephoto lens size isn't dictated by the starting focal length.
The point was that the lenses are huge and heavy, not optically problematic.
Heck, even the Z1 compact I have is a brilliant phone. Maybe that's the problem - the newer models don't seem different enough at first glance to make people want them over their current ones.
Yep. The nikon needs larger elements to keep it 5.6 at 500mm.
And that's why lenses cost hundreds of dollars.
It's already *a thousand dollars*. And stabilizatiom doesn't add that much weight anyway.
This is a completely different design, much harder to seal like that and with a very different audience.I wouldn't hold my breath.
@Angrymagpie I recall there being sample footage in the first article a while ago, when the sensor was announced.
Enjoy your built-in spyware lol
If you read fatdeeman's post again you'll see it's implying his studio had the lights built in as well.
You have a Coolpix A and are whining that something is overpriced at launch.I'll let that one sink in.
You have a Coolpix A and are whining that something is overpriced at launch.
I'll let that one sink in.
Welp, someone's jelly...
That poster reminds me a lot of a GTA background/loading screen.