Apple should buy Nikon's consumer/prosumer DSLR business

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olliess
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Re: Please Noooooooooooo
In reply to GodSpeaks, 10 months ago

GodSpeaks wrote:

Basalite wrote:

First, you would end up having to use iTunes to transfer your photos to the computer, including via card reader.

I'm assuming you are referring to music file interaction with iTunes. So what? ITunes is a very powerful and easy to use app to organize and purchase your music. You also do not need to buy your music only from iTunes.

Comprehension problems?

I said PHOTOS not music.

If you want to speculate on how iTunes would work for photo transfers, then it would probably be helpful to look at how iTunes already handles music transfers.

Also, there are already two dedicated photo apps which directly handle transfers — iPhoto and Aperture.

Raws would be in a proprietry format only Aperture could read, as would video.

Not as if NEFs aren't already "proprietary" or anything like that.

Try and gain a bit of perspective, these are simply electronics. When you die they will mean nothing.

I have all the perspective I need. My wife owns ipod and iphone. I own android.

Mine is better in EVERY way.

"Better in EVERY way" is probably factually wrong, but I'm still glad you're happy with your purchase.

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