edu T: Now there’s nothing left to hold DPR from publishing their X10 review.
Of course there is... the new sensor in May...
PAUL TILL: FujiFilm: "We did receive some inquiries concerning the so-called ‘white disc’ or ‘blooming’ occurrence".
SOME, come on, pull the other one, if you had only received SOME inquiries you wouldn't be doing what you're doing now !
Unlike the two previous posters I believe the number of inquiries does fit the "some" description. dpreview forum members are the most vocal and vicious users. By my count, this unhappy group represents around 30 people, maybe as many as 50 (the real obsessed ones are 5 or 7). Assume all of them made an inquiry to Fuji.
If they sold 100,000 X10s (and I believe the number to be higher given the attention this camera got), you do the math.
Auster Pilot: I've been a Bibble user for several years and always preferred it to anything else as 90% or more of my images could be processed and corrected without need for any other post processing.
However when I bought a Samsung NX camera last year I found out that Bibble wasn't supporting any new cameras apart from mainstream Canon/Nikon and DNGs created by the Adobe RAW converter not supported. I've been using Capture One Express since.
I've downloaded ASP, paid my £14.95 upgrade fee (this is the price in UK until end of January) and still no DNG support except for camera native DNGs like my Samsung GX-10.
They could bring a whole swathe of x-Bibble users back to ASP if Adobe RAW Converted DNGs were supported. I certainly would go back and the new interface does seem faster on my Windows 7 64bit PC compared to Bibble (although the Linux Version on my Laptop feels a bit slower - but I have a lot of problems with that laptop so that may not be representative)
And I want support for Fujifilm X10. I wrote Bibble but never heard from anyone.
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