I don't really like the sky in this image, or the colours. It looks like a drab, depressing day.
There are 5 "I"s in your original comment, and another 5 "I"s in your reply. That's not counting the "me"s and "my"s. Perhaps you should focus less on yourself and more on the world.
My company is good at making cameras.
The lens sounds great on paper, but I don't see anything special about the sample photos. They won't come close to the a6000 with its 35mm f1.8 or 50mm f1.8 lens. Or the samyang 12mm f2 (18mm equiv).
I thought this was the ideal camera until I realized it was the same size as the A6000 with one of its small lenses on it. A6000 has twice the sensor size, twice the megapixels, and the option of...
The judges seem a little biased towards Mark Littlejohn. Overall winner and two highly commended. Nevertheless, his work is very good. Just checked him out on Facebook. I especially like his photo...
I think it looks great. I would cherish taking photos with such a beautiful object.
Is this better than the Hubble telescope? Because I'm deciding between this and the Hubble telescope.
These colours are cute, and clearly much better than black cameras. I would never trust a professional photographer who used a black camera.
RX2 will have EVF, 36MP sensor, 4K video, and touchscreen. A8 will have 4K video, touchscreen, faster shot-to-shot-time, better AF, less noise, no compression.
"its" (possessive) doesn't use an apostrophe.
When will my minions announce the new cameras we've been working on? I suggest we announce the RX2 and A8.
Congratulations to my minions.
Only liked no. 16
Apart from video, I can't understand the 4/3 sensor thing, especially in a camera this size. Sony is making the same size cameras or smaller, with APS-C or full-frame sensors.
I'm deciding between this and the EF 50mm f1.8. What would you recommend?
Tried it in the shop. Definitely feels nice in the hand. Pity about the 4/3 sensor.
My friend says the Nikon D4S with 24-70 is relatively pocketable.
The Nikon D4S with 24-70mm f2.8 takes better photos. Only $7,500 difference, too.
The Nikon D4S with 24-70mm f2.8 probably takes better photos.