Well said. When travelling, and all you have is a fence rail, all the other tripods become useless.
300mm? No chance. Try 600mmhttp://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/56034089
Leica? Viewfinder? Unless you're using large format with shroud, you're a snapshooter.
Check out the samples. Looks great.http://cweb.canon.jp/camera/dcam/lineup/powershot/g3x/image-sample.html
For someone called "Jennyhappy", you never seem happy.
and a far heavier setup..
BarnETIt's only 600mm. The camera is light-weight enough that its not difficult to shoot at 1/50 hand-held without stabilisation. Users of the P900 can shoot that speed with stabilisation at...
Only those who consider 400mm to be enough reach for their needs. I know many FZ1000 users who desire more reach than what their FZ1000 provides.
$1000 with the EVF thrown in would have been more reasonable.. or at least offer the EVF at a heavy discount if purchased with the G3 X.
Because it wasnt shot properly. ISO 1600, 1/1600s and f/8.
A lot of measurbaters here. The P900 is a multi-purpose tool. If you want to carry a heavy toolchest with specialised tools, go ahead, no-one is going to yell at you.For me, the ability to...
A lot of measurbaters here. The P900 is a multi-purpose tool. If you want to carry a heavy toolchest with specialised tools, go ahead, no-one is going to yell at you.
For me, the ability to...
You are being far too sensible here.I agree with you.
Yeah, its just a lot of people who are outraged that this product wasnt specifically designed for them and are choking on their own self importance.
"If you're one of those people leaving comments along the lines of 'too expensive!' and 'Canon has lost its way' then rest assured - this product isn't for you."Well said. Unfortunately, it...
"If you're one of those people leaving comments along the lines of 'too expensive!' and 'Canon has lost its way' then rest assured - this product isn't for you."
Well said. Unfortunately, it...
I just turned off stabilisation on my SX700, zoomed to 750mm and took a sharp shot at 1/50 sec in low light.If people can hold a camera steady, I think they'll be fine at 2000mm.
I seriously doubt the stabilisation will not be effective without a tripod. Everyone will be trying out 2000mm hand held. If it doesnt provide a good picture, it will certainly be returned.I'd...
Its to impress the girls.
It wouldnt stack well because it would fall off.