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 Post subject: Best DSLR of 2010
PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 10:32 am 
It seems Pentax K-5 will be the "Best of 2010" : EDIT: SPAM link removed, thread moved from Nikon to Pentax. Bob Andersson


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Welcome to Cameralabs forums!

Bah, 1D mark IV isnt even on the list xD (of course it isnt)

I voted Canon of course ^^

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Let's see... 1st post, linking to an external site, mentioning only Pentax in the Nikon forum... don't expect them to stay around long :D

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Do you think, popo? :lol:
Nice to hear. Here Sony say (on tv) the NEX-5 is the best camera of 2010. I find it NOT, still, there's even not a best camera. The D3100 is a very good one, but the 1D series are great too.

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I think this is the same old infoborder spammer (whats his name?) that has renewed his profile.

About the Sony camera, it is best micro system camera, but people dont read what actually is presented in the ad. :roll:

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Micro system should be written in a micro style, Wout :lol: I havent read it. They only say ''The best camera of 2010'', I thought.
But what does it matter....

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Karl again?

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Ruben123 wrote:
They only say ''The best camera of 2010''

De bekroonde NEX-5 van Sony is uitgeroepen tot camera van het jaar (or something like that), but EISA has named it only best of micro system.
Image (This picture is shown in the end of the commercial as he says best of the year :roll: )

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I tend to agree on the K5, since all the front runners have pretty much identical image quality with the same new 16MP sensor, the tipping point for the Pentax is it’s superior built.
Although next year’s “newer” sensor and updates to the semi-pro line will make all these models a distant memory (to the gear-heads anyway).


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Youre right Wout. :wink:

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 7:25 pm 
The best camera of 2010: is the camera I have! any camera I don't have doesn't qualify, sorry...lol.

lamoret33 - if you're legitimately here to enjoy the forum, please prove it by NOT LINKING for the next several posts. We just got rid of (yet another) fop who thought this forum was to become their personal advertising space - specifically linking to the same site.

Cheers :-)


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The K5 is alright, but I would've given it to the A55. It's translucent mirror technology really was an advancement for Live View shooting, as well as a quantum leap for DSLR video.

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But it is a hell for action photography. The reason to have a TM, is so you can have focus and shutter going at the same time to keep up to the action, it is said to be rather slow focussing still.

EDIT: my bad, it is said to be hard to keep track of your subject as the viewfinder is electronic and lags behind

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“The K5 is alright, but I would've given it to the A55. It's translucent mirror technology really was an advancement for Live View shooting, as well as a quantum leap for DSLR video”

PopularPhotography seems to think so as well, but it is a “new” category and the big 2 don’t have a product in it yet.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:19 pm 
Dont be hooked into thinking the translucent mirror is cutting edge technology, anybody remember the Canon RT? No? Just me? Ah ok go about your business...


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