According to this studio test, the Pentax Q7 at ISO 12800 looks better than the Nikon D750 at ISO 100, although I admit that what is meant by the word "better" can be subjective.
Could you please compare the dynamic range, resolution, and low-light ability of the 5Ds/r to the Pentax Q? I'm trying to decide which one to get. Thanks.
No, I just cut the edge off a cereal box. It's cutting edge cardboard.
My pinhole camera is better than this. It also has more cutting edge-technology, such as cutting-edge cardboard and a cutting-edge hole.
ME WANTEE. TAKE PIKKY.
Dimensions are listed as 5 x 3 x 4 mm. Doesn't sound right. Wonder how it compares in size to FZ1000.
Interesting Would prefer a built in EVF than a flash.
This is just my company making up for not being fast enough to release the A6100 before summer holidays.
I think Sony is making up for not releasing the A6100 before summer holidays.
This image would be ok if it wasn't so good.
Ok I will.
They're copying Pentax Q's name, because of the overwhelming superiority of the Pentax Q.
Leica Q is copying the Pentax Q. However, the Pentax Q has a better sensor, and I got one for only $130.
Funny, the day Sony was supposed to release the RX2, Leica unveils the absolute equivalent.
I look forward to you filling my pockets.
Thanks for your positive feedback.
Haven't tried this one so don't know. LX100 feels well built.
The existence of this product shows how anal photographers can be. Nobody will notice the difference between B&W photos taken with this camera and those taken with another camera/lens of similar...
I hope this has better build quality than the FZ1000, because when I tried the FZ1000 in the shop, it felt like it was going to fall apart in my hands. $1000 doesn't seem to buy very good build...