Say again, how many shots are you getting off a single battery with a mirrorless?
If things depended solely on engineers, we wouldn't be using intentionally crippled-to-fit-a-niche cameras.
... and then the same thing, but with 8 or 9 fps
It shoots 60 fps in 1080p.
You should apply for a marketing director at Nikon.
@kribee2: I don't see how Nikon's 135 f/2 DC is a bad lens. Moreover, there's possibly a 135 f/1.8 coming soon from Nikon.
Wasn't one of the goals of the 58 f/1.4 to perform well with light sources in the frame wide open (which it does, seemingly)? I have yet to see the Sigma in that scenario.
Came here to say that. This is, from what I read, the most questionable thing about this camera, and looks like we have to wait for an actual review.
Do Fuji still have misconceptions about AF? I mean I used an older model a while ago and it had a very strange behaviour - switching to Continuous AF made the camera begin tracking focus when...
Yeah, 'accidental', sure!
Dual core Core i5 at 1.3 GHz and just 4 GiB of RAM (for the standard configuration) sound to me a bit shabby for serious photo processing.
Glad you didn't word it 'Mac vs. PC'.
It's a matter of taste, really.
The possibility to process files from your DSLR on the go, possibly - e.g. using a Wi-Fi SD card.
Even if this follows the Lunar and becomes real, just imagine what of a killer Nikon/Canon system this much money can buy for you.
I guess it also affects weight and balance (at least to some extent).
If you can cash out $1700 on the lens, then $5 for a step down ring wouldn't be exactly budget-breaking.
If you can cash out $1700 on the lens, then $5 for a step up ring wouldn't be exactly budget-breaking.
If I had this much money, I would gladly buy this one, being sure that it wouldn't be out of date 10 or 15 years later.
I don't think D610 has anything to do with D400. D400 will come up eventually, I'm sure.