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Samsung NX1000 Review @ SansMirror

Tue August 14, 2012

Samsung NX1000

Samsung NX1000

A well designed compact camera, but with a hot rod large sensor inside to produce superb images and an interchangeable lens option up front.

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SansMirror has published their review of the Samsung NX1000, a compact mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera (ILC) with 20.3MP on an APS-C CMOS (23.5 x 15.7 mm) image sensor, 3.0-in. LCD (921k-dot), Smart AUTO, PASM, Scene modes, i-Function, Smart Filter, In-Camera Panorama, RAW file, Continuous Shooting 8fps, Wi-Fi, and Full HD movie 1920 x 1080 @ 30fps with stereo sound.

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2012-04-19 Samsung NX1000, NX210, NX20 Press Release

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Fujifilm X-Pro1 Review @ sansMirror

Fri June 1, 2012

Fujifilm X-PRO1

Fujifilm X-PRO1

Careful, deliberate shooters will love it. Rushed, spontaneous shooters won’t like it as much. Action and really fast shooters won’t like it all.

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sansMirror has posted their review of the Fujifilm X-PRO1, a retro rangefinder-style APS-C digital camera with 16.3 MP resolution (23.6 mm x 15.6 mm X-Trans CMOS), No optical low-pass filter, X-Mount accepting interchangeable Fujifnon XF lenses, Hybrid Multi Viewfinder (0.47-in. 1440-dot EVF), 3.0-in. (1230k-dot) LCD, Eye Sensor, PASM, One-touch RAW, In-camera RAW Converter, Selectable AF with a 49-point Metering Matrix, ISO100-25600, Continuous Shooting 6fps, Aperture Ring, Shutter Speed Dial, Exposure Compensation Dial, Motion Panorama, Film Simulation Mode, Multiplex Exposure, 4 Auto Bracketing Functions, Motion Panorama, and Full HD Movie 1920×1080 @ 24fps with stereo sound.

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Choosing Between A Traditional DSLR And A Compact Mirrorless DSLR

Mon January 23, 2012

Thom Hogan has an insightful article on what pros are now choosing when it’s between a traditional DSLR and a compact mirrorless DSLR. The decisive moment comes “When a DSLR user decides it’s time to upgrade and they have a choice of same-old-big-beast and a competent smaller choice, a lot of them are picking the smaller choice.

These are exciting times. Often, we get passed by historical events and we then look back and wonder how, for example, digital steamrolled film. Just ask the younger generation in high school today and you’ll get blank stares concerning film. You currently have the privilege to be a first-hand observer (and user) of the gradual — but inevitable — passing of the traditional mirrored DSLR to the compact mirrorless DSLR (and not-so-compact ones). Expect a new breed of DSLRs to start showing its faces in the years ahead as companies vie for first spot. Those who are too timid or take too long to join the race may well be left standing at the gate.

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Nikon 1 J1 Review @ sansMirror

Wed December 14, 2011

Nikon 1 J1

Nikon 1 J1

It’s like putting a V12 in a minivan: this camera appeals to Joe/Jill Consumer, but it has a racing engine underneath. Focus speed, frame rate, video excel.

Editor’s note: I suspect that Nikon is probably very happy with Thom Hogan’s review in spite of the rants therein of the “complete novice design philosophy” of the Nikon 1 J1 and of bypassing the DSLR users who want to downgrade. Nikon does NOT want their DSLR users to downgrade to the compact mirrorless, period. Every design aspect of the 1 System seems to have been taken to steer the traditional DSLR users away from the 1 System. So, if Thom Hogan’s review firmly convinces DSLR users to stay with Nikon’s traditional mirrored DSLR, the Nikon 1 designers are probably receiving a hefty bonus this holiday season. Ho, ho, ho.

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sansMirroir has posted their review of the Nikon 1 J1, a compact mirrorless with 10.1MP resolution (on a 1.0-in. 13.2 x 8.8mm CMOS sensor), interchangeable lens on Nikon 1 mount, 3.0-in. LCD (460k-dot), PASM, Scene Modes, Shutter speed range of 1/16,000 to 1/3 sec., Continuous Shooting 5fps (or 60fps, electronic shutter), Hybrid autofocus (phase detection/contrast-detect AF), RAW, and Full HD 1920 x 1080/60i Movie with stereo sound.

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Olympus E-P3 Review @ sansmirror (a new byThom site)

Wed December 7, 2011

Olympus PEN E-P3

Olympus PEN E-P3

The [Olympus] E-P3 is my current backcountry camera of choice, where I’m on those long 10-mile or longer dayhikes to exotic locations far from the road.

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sansmirroir (a byThom production) has published their review of the Olympus E-P3, a Digital Interchangeable Lens Compact System Camera with 12.3MP resolution (on a 17.3 x 13.0 mm High Speed Live MOS Sensor), Sensor-shift Image Stabilization, Dust Reduction, an extra large 3.0-in. LCD (614k-dot), Full HD Movie (1920×1080/60i) with stereo sound, Intelligent AUTO (auto scene recognition), Scene Modes, AF Tracking, Face Detection, Shadow Adjustment Technology, PASM modes, Shutter speed range of 60 – 1/4000 sec. plus Bulb (up to 30 mins), Continuous Shooting at 5.5fps, RAW file format, Digital Level, MF Assist, a hot shoe, Live View Autofocus system with real time focus, Multiple Exposure, Wireless compatibility (using optional PP-1 Penpal or Eye-Fi card), and Art Filters.

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