INFO ... 7/24 ... let it be
Burst as you want ... the benefit goes to the new folks. I doubt I will have any use for the camera-series being presented. I may buy a few as gifts for a few friends, but that would be where it ends.
Originally Posted by Rooz
It is good to know the electronic aspect of the camera is being exploited.
As far as video goes ... I still have no use for such a time-wasting feature. How about we concentrate on noise-improvement? :confused:
If it is fixed, why break it?
I don't need video in my camera, but I could use a clear, enhanced ISO-6400 or more. Now that would be USEFUL ... "useful", of course, being the operative word here and not something that will eventually compromise my tool. You already know that EVERYTHING breaks ... it's just a matter of WHEN.
All you guys did was complain that Super SteadyShot was a liability in the SONY, because it could break. Well, I have news for you ... it hasn't and it is now in 10 different DSLR models, including Full Frame. I've had the A100 working for the past three years and it still gives me 7/24 image stability.
SONY even took LiveView, which I still, personally, do not use ... and made a better implementation of it than either Nikon or Canon. They are looking to improve the tool ... and this DSLR release w/o "Video Inside" may just say a lot about the quality that currently is at risk. Despite accusations to the contrary, they do not consult me on these things. LOL I am just whistling in the wind.
Aside from that, Nikon's rudimentary install of the "?" key is a far cry from my idea. I expect expansion into the smattering of SONY (as well as other) lenses, flashes and other attachables ... and their database being incorporated into the INFO idea. If done properly, there should be no reason to consult the paper manual again. Just attach the lens and read on, brave adventurer.