Most important considerations why dslr still is used:
1) dslr has full frame sensor - Only leica range finders has full frame currently and 5 times the price. Price has to go down below $3000 to catch on, otherwise whats the point?
2) autofocus speed - af is a lot faster on dslr. while sports and events can be done on mirrorless, its just so much easier on a dslr
I believe we're at least 3 -5 years behind where mirrorless can catch up to dslr in terms of autofocus. Doubt that any brand would want to bring out full frame mirrorless at this point yet. Itl'll canabalise on their dslr sales. Most likely brands to be the first with full frame mirrorless would be either fuji or sony.
Still uses cdaf, which, though it's really quick, still cannot meet the speed, accuracy and tracking capability of pdaf systems in dslr/dsltOriginally Posted by pchmj
I have to agree with spree86. Most of the time I can see how the final image will look like so I only check the pic reviews about once in 10 shots actually.
Not it's not call pro. It's call knowing your camera, understanding the lighting situation (and WB) and experience. You need to shoot more.
hmmmm i just realised. i also have oil spots, but its only my D300S. irritating initially, even brought it down to NSC, they suggest for a cleaning next time, when i send it for 'major' servicing in future. nonetheless, i got use to it, as long as it doesnt affect the IQ. period.
Actually for folks who shoot on the go, the loupe is a great tool. Only when you set up for some shots that will benefit from liveview. Most other 99% of the time OVF will sufficeOriginally Posted by Rashkae
OVF makes us more 'connected' to the camera n lens...agree?
if manufacturer can make a hybrid of OVF n EVF (providing all the detail info) within one screen, it will be great!
Most important fact is that rx1 is not an interchangeable lens camera
If you want to eat apple, just eat the apple.
There is no need to discuss with 8000 people on the net who seem to want to eat orange. Unless you are not sure you want to eat apple? Then in that case, asking people really doesn't help. You just irritate them when you say "why eat orange? eat apple la!"
This seems more like a personal soap box for TS, with loud hailer and ear muffs to boot.
The answer is personal and pretty clear once one has tried out and used both for enough time to gauge what he/she can accept/prefer.
(I can live with either pretty well actually)