What Feature is Missing from Today's DSLRs? - SnapChick Question of the Day





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Published on Sep 5, 2012

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http://www.snapchick.com SnapChick talks about what feature she wants on today's DSLRs.

Comments • 59

I love that rug and the carpeting. I don't know how people can live in homes with only wood floors, even though it is now known that the rug fibers cause cancer.
My ideal would have the image quality(look) & control set of my Fuji S5, c/w wireless TTL flash (of S5/D70), speed of use (buffer+write speed & menus) of my D70s + my D40 screen & instant colour histogram, the 1/500th sec TTL (1/1600th+ if non dedicated i.e. Lumedyne) shutter/flash sync of D70/D40. So a hybrid of my OLD cameras plus the lens chromatic aberration & distortion correction of new gen cameras, a second, 'portrait' shutter release and faster recycling flash that can swivel to ceiling.
Amor Ben Rommene Ⓥ
No video mode as its a camera and a camera is meant to take photo not video
Using apple laptop? I thought your using an Ubuntu laptop. Where's is that laptop now?
I so want a D800, maybe next year. 
Bryon Lape
A "Push to Make Art" button
people want too much customizable crap, that's the problem, they all want bells and whistles which for me seem stupid and worthless... iso wheel? in nikon all dslr have at least a button you can configure to have it control iso with the regular wheel, if not, use ASP with auto iso and shoot raw to have more control later... what would i want? something really useful, like the ability to put the sensor closer or farther from the front of the camera, so you can work with different registry lenses
Good one!
I wish there was a way to use the electronic shutter only. If we could do this then it would be awesome doing 4k time-lapses with with burning the physical shutter.
I wish the settings in M,A,S on my D7000 stayed where you left them so I could rotate back to Aperture and still have it set at f2.8, then back to Shutter and still have it at 1/2000 to freeze that soccer ball, then over to manual for that backlit flash shot I have planned...How hard can this be? Do the pro bodys do this?
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