I doubt that there's any Leica that's a poor man's something.
... like there's more than one picture of it on the website.
Seems to be over (the alpha 900 was the last one IIRC), although I'd be interested in seeing more DSLRs from them.
@BartyLobethal I hope you're just sarcastic.
But you're fine with eight?
At least it's just one unlike on recent Nikons. Also to note, the 5D III also has an Auto mode.
Where did I say that it's a rebadge? I said its price is absurd. You can almost buy three D810s for the same price.
Related as it also has a ridiculous price tag for what it offers, at least for now it seems so.
Still not as absurd as those Sonys in Hasselblad clothes.
Not so weird since MF can be used in Live View quite effectively.
Good luck with timelapses.
That Canon is geared towards video and could only shoot 2 MP stills IIRC.
The lenses have electronic coupling to show focus confirmation in the camera.
Another bunch of probably great lenses I won't be able to afford for a while.
I don't think 45 is a whole lot different than 50.
These are lenses for full frame that are stabilised as well. Nikon has a 35 f/1.8 that weighs just over 200 g if we're talking APS-C.
What a relief you wrote that.
I'll not comment on that this is an obvious advertisement. I'll say though that I'd think about buying that bag if it was twice less expensive.
Well, the two new ones may (at least partly) target not people like you but rather people that weren't buying the old ones because of the weight...
You already have a 500, but can't afford the new one? How sad!