The smaller 20mm f1.7 feels like it would make a better match to the GM
You can't just force a sensor to gather more light without clipping, that's why as resolution has been going up so has base ISO across all camera manufacturers.Though if you want ISO50 just shoot...
You can't just force a sensor to gather more light without clipping, that's why as resolution has been going up so has base ISO across all camera manufacturers.
Though if you want ISO50 just shoot...
Actually in-doors the built-in flash is very useful. Even the low-powered unit on the GX7, when combined with the 20mm f1.7 lens, can get excellent results even when *bouncing* it by tilting it...
You can't just give a sensor an arbitrary low ISO, otherwise everyone would be starting their sensors at ISO25. Base ISO is based on when the pixel wells fill and clip, clearly the point at which...
Chuck Norris doesn't need a lens, light bends itself just to stay out of his way
Full Frame? That's tiny! http://youtube.com/watch?v=PHYidejT3KY :)
Expansion port, better battery life (90min vs 60min)
You can't mount a grip or screen to the camera directly, but you can use it as the heart of a very small rails system with a screen and grip (think http://i.imgur.com/xywVhAX.jpg but smaller)
It's a bit cheaper too.
munro mate, mobiles don't use satellites, they use ground based radio towers (google "cellphone tower"). You can go out and buy a satellite phone today and it'll work perfectly in places where...
Talk about Poe's law, I have no idea whether you are joking or seriously wrong (about both the moon landings and mobile phones)
But FF-equivalent focal length is a thing, every other crop comparison isn't...
At least with a 24–2000 mm lens there is actually a USP
Well, they've got direct aperture and shutter speed controls, maybe the rest is via a touch-screen? If it's cheaper than Leica they might get away with it.
Deluxe Paint IV, HAM 4096 simultaneous colours baby!
RAW processing obsolete? Better hope you always have perfect white balance and no blown highlights or deep shadows ;)
It's soft for sure, but there's definitely a lot more detail than in 16mp mode and it looks like it should sharpen up nicely in post.
Well looks like DPR have found similar flare on a Canon 1D X at leasthttp://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikon-d750/9
Wouldn't that just be the GX7?