The NEX line of cameras and the Alpha line are actually two different families of cameras, so for this challenge, any camera that has the "α" prefix (α6000, α3000 etc.) is not allowed. There will...
The theme of the challenge is very creative and appealing - sadly, a lot of the entries are just regular photos of landscapes, plants or mammals which don't evoke any real mood, and others aren't...
The NEX 5 is allowed aswell, along with the NEX 3.
Ricoh's European Product Manager Laurence Bouly confirmed it in a recent interview with the guys over at PhotographyBLOG.
From what I've gathered only the first two have been confirmed for FF. The 16-85 could be for FF or APS-C. No need for sarcasm.
The 'high magnification super zoom' and 'large diameter zoom' are being developed for a full frame Pentax camera, also in development.
The 'high magnification super zoom' and 'large diameter zoom' are being developed for a full frame Pentax camera, also in development. The 16-85mm may be for FF aswell.
rufusrm44,Do you think editors are given their position? They get it because not only are they able to produce clear, detailed articles, but they also have a matchless understanding of cameras and...
My bad, those are allowed as well. Sorry for forgetting to mention them in the description.James
I'm sorry, maximum magnification 5x??!
In theory, with a really steady hand and a bit of pause between focus and shooting, you could get sharp results up to 4 seconds.
No-one with Leica products can complain about the costs of other brands.....
Nikon just announced the D750...... my apologies.
8Mb x 2 photos/sec x 3600sec x 7 = 403.2Gb. Yep, should have set it to 2.
Placed 14th in the challenge.
1/32000sec min. shutter speed? Can someone please give real-world examples where that would be useful?
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No. I just read Wikipedia, where it says the Nikon D800 was the successor to the D700.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure the D750 you're predicting is the 2&1/2 year old D800.
Even the A7S starts to show a bit of noise at that ISO....... I doubt any aps-c sensor will ever be able to achieve what you're asking..