« on: September 15, 2014, 11:53:19 AM »
Scott Kelby said in his video that it produces the cleanest high ISO images he's ever seen from a crop sensor dSLR.Quote from: scott kelby10-frames-per-second! (Drops the mic. Walks off stage). ;-)
someone show him the NX1.
now when it´s about tracking the 7D MK2 will be better i guess but from the FPS alone.. 15 are better than 10.
LOL. In your experience, do many static subjects require 10-15 fps bursts? For moving subjects, I bet the 10 fps of the 7DII yields a higher keeper rate than the 15 fps of the NX1. The 7DII's hit rate will also be higher than the NX1 with native lenses longer than 200mm...it's not hard to be higher than zero.
Wonder what the buffer is like on the NX-1? Can't seem to find those specs. I mean for all we know it could freeze up and choke before it even reaches 15 frames. Any sports photographer will tell you that's nae use at all!
it´s on dpreview. i have seen the specs.
And?? What is the buffer limit? Spit it out man if you know it. I can't find it.
"The extra power also gives the Samsung NX1 a maximum continuous shooting rate of 15fps for up to 77 Fine Quality JPEGs or 40 raw files, the company says."
A lot less for JPG than 7D II, but 40 raw@28mp~~that's impressive