Samsung's NX3000 is an entry-level mirrorless camera that offers a 21.6 Megapixel APSC sensor, a 3in flip-up screen that's ideal for selfies, 1080p video, Wifi with NFC and the chance to trigger the shutter with a smile or a wink.
In this article I'm going to focus on comparing the image quality and focus speed of the Olympus and Sony camera systems in low light lab conditions. This will show us how well each camera works in the lab environment which can be used very effectively! I'm working on getting the A6000 for a more updated camera comparison, but my Sony Nex-6 and Sony A7r will do just fine in my opinion for these comparisons. In fact the older Nex-6 has the 16mp sensor which matches up just right with the OM-D EM-
Share with your Friends!Stephan Jukic – March 12, 2015 The camera that a number of reviewers have called the very best for video among the ultra HD capable cameras released in 2014, the SonyAlpha a7S mirrorless camera, offers a very robust consumer...
Comment on this article at the EOSHD Forum Comment on the forum The Olympus E-M5 Mark II can shoot pin sharp handheld shots at a shutter speed of 1/2 (half a second) at 50mm (equiv.) Here I took the camera down the industrial era 19th century...
I just received the Olympus E-M5 Mark II in for review today, and I’ve only had a few hours to shoot so far. However, like anyone interested in this camera, the very first thing I had to test was the 40 megapixel Hi-Res mode.
It seems like Nikon is doing the right things when it comes to putting quality sensors in its cameras. Gear testing company DxOMark has just announced that it has found the new Nikon D7200 to have the best sensor quality among all APS-C cameras.
We previously published a Samsung NX1 review, dedicated to the performance as a photo camera, whereby the NX1, compared with the competition—including cameras with a full-frame sensor—scored higher with an exceptionally high resolution and a high...
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