Why no GPS? This is a valuable feature for traveling enthusiasts, many of whom use Lightroom (which has a Map module).
truemutant: Direct download links.
I didn't need a link, successfully updated from withing Lightroom by clicking on Help, Updates.
this appears to be for Windows. Is there a link for Mac?
I have the stand-alone Lightroom 6.1.1. Is this upgrade only for the CC version? I can't find a link for upgrading the non-Cloud version.
edit: I found the link, and now have 6.3.
A blast from the past? We thought that phrase was dead and buried. Who revived it?
scr59: Image 24 is view down Archway Rd, Probably from suicide bridge. Also Hampstead itself has been posh and trendy since well before the outbreak of WW2!
Interesting how colour makes a difference to our perception of the recent past.
Thanks, to you and Paul Holman, for confirming what I suspected. I got off at Archway tube station and walked up Highgate Hill Road to the cemetery on 22 February, passing the Whittington Hospital, and the Old Crown Inn. If I lived in London I'd be happy on these heights.
Slurcher: Beautiful shot!
At the risk of making myself look like an absolute newbie dick, why isn't depth of field an issue with the foreground at f/2.8?
The lens may not have been focused at infinity. When a lens is focused at the hyperfocal distance the depth of field extends from infinity to half the hyperfocal distance.
Thanks, I did not understand that "Set the P, S, A, M default" referred to setting the Resolution to L, M, or S. This is clear, now that you have mentioned it.
When I am in (A)perture priority I would like to shoot RAW only, since I have no need of a JPEG after importing to Lightroom. But setting Resolution to M is available only for RAW + JPEG, so my understanding is that this is the best setting, one which couples the RAW output to some of the magic of the EXR processor.
As a starting point for my own settings, I would like to know your settings for the P,S,A,M modes, particularly ISO and Dynamic Range.
I don't fully understand the chart. I am hung up on the meaning of the first directive: "Set the P,A,S,M default." Of these, I usually shoot in the aperture (A) mode, but what is it that I am being asked to set?
What does it mean in the EXR modes, where it says "returns to P,A,S,M default on exit." What does "on exit" mean, a turning of the mode dial back to one of the P,A,S,M modes?
AnHund: It looks very good, but with quite a lot of smearing of fine detail even at ISO 1600.
I didn't get as far as ISO 1600, after seeing smearing at ISO 800. No fibers are discernible in the fur of the mouse.
Now that Lightroom has added support for X10 raw files I hope this informative thread will be updated, with a comparison of Lightroom-developed raw (or DNG) files, with jpegs shot in EXR mode.
I will be doing my own experiments, but I am not set up for printing so cannot render the most critical of judgments.
Why set the DR to 400 instead of AUTO? Doing so forces DR=400 even for a low-contrast subject (which usually would be shot at DR=100).
Piet Maartens: Looks very promising, this may just be the camera I have been waiting for. One question: Does it have flash exposure compensation? Nothing mentioned under specifications. I often use balanced fill flash to brighten up the foreground. Thanks!
The Manual (p. 87) states that flash compensation can be set. "Choose from values between +2/3 EV ad -2/3 EV."
Mescalamba: Would be nice to know which lens was used (50mm Summicron would be good choice or Zeiss 50mm f1.5).
Btw. why no review of M9 (or M9-P), no love for Leica? :)
The EXIF data shows that the 75mm Summarit was stopped down to f16 for this shot. Why would they use the lens at an aperture so far from its optimum?
Is there information on which lens was used, for each of the cameras being compared?