Apple iMac 27 SSD : Apple MacBook Pro 15 : Apple MacBook Air 13 : iPad and iPad mini : Nikon 800 :ZF 21:28 1.8G : : 35 1.4 : 50 1.8G : 85 1.4G : 16-35 F4 : 24-120 F4 VR : Nikon Trinity : Leica M9 : 28 and 35 summicrons : Fuji X1E1: Fuji X Pro 1 : 14 : 18 : 18-55 : 55-200 : 60 : Canon G9 : Epson 3800 : Canon 9500 MKII : Olympus OM-D E-M5 : Panasonic GF1 IR: 7.5 9-18 12 12-50 20 45 60 75 : I gotta get rid of some of this stuff:
Lisa O: At $3699 and $3899 seems like about $1000 too much.Interesting to see is which lenses will hold up to this resolution.
But it's not the Leica and Hasselblad crowd that Canon needs/expects. It's the Canon, Nikon and Sony crowd. Nikon top bodies are less than $3300 and Sony $2500.
At $3699 and $3899 seems like about $1000 too much.Interesting to see is which lenses will hold up to this resolution.
Canon has lost relevance.
Nice to see this on DP Review. I like Eric Kim's articles on photographers, they are really good introductions and often go in depth about photographers known for street photography. There are many more on his website I especially enjoyed reading about Garry Winogrand and Diane Arbus, two of my favorite photographers.
I'm deleting my account before that date. Shame on Facebook and Instagram for abusing the rights of photographers and creatives and taking advantage of their large social network base. They will learn, they will probably lose half their members by doing this. Anyone who cares about their photography will not allow this.
I looked at this lens at Photo Plus this week. Light, smooth, focuses fast and close. Can't wait to get one!
Looks good on paper. Love 35mm lenses! This camera is obviously aimed at Leica owners/street photographers/photojournalists. Many who could buy one of these by merely selling a lens. However Leica people are used to getting the entire package not paying extra for lens hoods and this kind of nickel and dime on expensive goods is annoying to say the least. It seems like they could have merged the NEX7 viewfinder technology into this and had a better camera than one with an external OVF.
I'd like to see side by side photos with the D800. Dual SD seems good to me. I have been shooting CF+ SD on the D800 but find it most convenient to transfer from SD cards to HDs.
Glad to see Canon went with APS-C instead of a smaller sensor like the Nikon 1. I would like to see the lens map for the next year. I find it odd the part about mirror less cameras struggling to make headway in the US market. I thought Olympus, Panasonic and Sony were really breaking some ground in the mirror less arena.
I hope the red one is available in the USA.
Flickr needs better ideas and programmers. It still seems like a 2009 site. It needs to innovate. I still use it but wish it was better.
Who is this guy's uncle that got him this job?Pure amateur.
All DSLRs should have built in WiFi (especially the $3000 ones) at least the add on is only $60. But it looks weird sticking out the back. I like the Red one!
Clean at 3200! A first for M4/3!
Sounds great! As an X100 and X10 owner I can't wait to get one to use with the new fuji lenses as well as some Leica M lenses. Fuji has really gone to the hearts of what photo enthusiasts and pro photographers really want, a small light camera with good glass and manual dials. I just hope the lens hoods come with the lenses, as I have already spent over $150 on the two hoods for my X100 and X10, I don't want to spend another $500 for these three.
Why are people comparing this to Leica in term of pricing? Leica M lenses start at $1500 and go up to over $10000 and an M9 is $6999 and an M9P is $7999. This whole kit is less than $4000.
I have several of the series, good introductory books.
Interesting get your feet wet intro to travel photography. I read through the comments too. DPReview comments are harsh. The title does say "Introduction" folks, lighten up. Thanks for the article Steve.
Looks interesting but very 1.0
kind of like comparing apples to oranges too broad
Glad to hear they aren't going away.