@Boss of Sony the "special" is the size :)http://camerasize.com/compact/#570.336,569,ha,t
@Boss of Sony the "special" is the size :)
There are disadvantages to having a high pixel count as well, so it's a trade-off.
They probably prioritise by the amount of "buzz" created, and it seemed to me the LX100 (something quite different for its class) created more reader buzz than the a5100 (an incremental upgrade)
When was the last time you used one? I found the sensor they're using in the GX7 etc. quite a big improvement over previous sensors for raw PP.
You'd get much better audio quality by using a small hot-shoe mountable audio recorder (something like a Zoom H1) anyway, the analogue amps of anything less than pro video cameras tend to be a bit...
You can say that about any ILC (Why get the LX100 when you can get the GM5 etc.), but you won't find an ILC lens anything like the LX100's
Because 3088 is the sensor's maximum height.
Well 3088px is the maximum height they're using, probably taken some shortcuts with any physical lines above/below that.
> fiddle around with setting the right focus pointI really have no idea why the didn't put a touch screen on it, works great for the GX7...
> fiddle around with setting the right focus point
I really have no idea why the didn't put a touch screen on it, works great for the GX7...
You really do get that extra detail from an MF sensor/lens combo though: http://i.imgur.com/RZzPCx4.png
But the Nikon kit lenses are only f3.5-5.6
Losing the built in flash is a bummer though, on my GX7 I use it more (in bounce mode) than I use the EVF.
@quezra or alternatively, the Japanese-20-something-female DSLR-shooter demographic.
It's not a mount adapter, it's an aftermarket replacement part. It doesn't look like Sony are using any adjustable shims on their mount so it should be the same precision as the original.
As DPR said in another comment they test a lot of focal length / aperture combinations until they find the sharpest, and then go with that.The different lenses obviously have different sweet spots.
As DPR said in another comment they test a lot of focal length / aperture combinations until they find the sharpest, and then go with that.
The different lenses obviously have different sweet spots.
"Be sure to drink your Ovaltine"
Sounds more like Pentax to me
You'd still lack the ability to have even moderately shallow depth of field at anything other than macro or extreme telephoto though
The E-M5 was Olympus' 9th M43 camera, not sure it still counts as an early adopter model :)
They do have wi-fi tethering already, but there's probably not enough bandwidth to support the better quality of this cable tethering app.