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View Poll Results: Which new features you would like to see for Samsung NX?
More fast prime lenses (which ones?) 22 56.41%
Fast zoom lenses (which ones?) 1 2.56%
Compatibility with Leica M-mount lenses (e.g. via adapter) 21 53.85%
in-body IS system 18 46.15%
body design changes (please specify) 7 17.95%
new features (please specify) 3 7.69%
viewfinder with more pixels 9 23.08%
viewfinder with large magnification 11 28.21%
more megapixels 0 0%
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Old 02-25-2010   #26
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And while y'all "discussing" the technical merits of small and smaller sensors, these folks on this website are busy taking darn good pictures:

http://www.myfourthirds.com

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Old 02-25-2010   #27
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And while y'all "discussing" the technical merits of small and smaller sensors, these folks on this website are busy taking darn good pictures:

http://www.myfourthirds.com

Yes... however, the purpose of a forum is to "discuss" (don't take that as a snark - it isn't). You can take fine pix with any camera, 4/3rds no exception. But technical merits do matter when investing in a kit that will wind up costing a grand when all is said and done. Hence the discussion. Regarding selective focus/IQ, an APS-C sensor is as small as I'm willing to begrudgingly go regarding film plane size. The film plane size effects things that matter to me with respect to photography. This is also true regarding framing using a viewfinder.
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Old 02-25-2010   #28
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Will we see a full frame sensor, and AF compatablilty with older lenses?
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Old 02-26-2010   #29
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Of course. Canon will be the first to make a full-frame EVIL camera with new lenses and adapters for both its FD and EF lens lines.

My prediction is that it will be announced this year or next.
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Old 04-22-2011   #30
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Just so you have something different to read when poll activities bring this to the top again, I'm looking forward to Samsung's 16mm, 60mm (macro) and 85 primes. If they are as good as the 30mm, this will be a nice little high-quality system. And this week they did the marvelous thing of updating previous models to current new spec through a firmware update. I wish more companies would do that.
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Old 08-19-2011   #31
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What ever happened to the NX11 series?
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Old 03-12-2012   #32
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In all seriousness, have you ever shot with a camera with a 4/3 sensor before? They're pretty good... Not as good as a full frame nikon or canon but about equal to aps-c dslrs.
Perhaps in bright light, but not in dim light.
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