I assume those 4 on the picture above are Penguins of Madagascar, aren't they?
What is the sense of posting info which is available only for US residents?
Adobe, were you thinking about changing company name? Greedobe would be a good starting point. Fortunately there are other good softwares for developing photos and editing pictures. I'm used to the PS shortcuts, but it seems it's time to learn new ones.
I still would like to see compact camera with fast (1.4-2.3) short zoom lens built around this sensor. I also believe, that bigger body and (stronger) processor dedicated only for pictures would solve problems with "huge processing bandwidth required to quickly capture then blend multiple 41MP exposures to create an HDR image" and impact of high temperature on image quality (amp glow mentioned in the review).
white tea: Nice camera, but does it have AE bracketing feature? If no, question for Nikon, why do you cut down your entry level DSLR cameras from that utility?
You know guys, my question was rather rhetorical. I don't expect Nikon to admit, that the lack of feature is nothing but milking customers.I'm interested in AE bracketing, because of HDR photography. I tried to do it manually with my old D40 and I don't think it is a good method. Manual exposure bracketing is simply impossible without steady support. With AE bracketing I even don't need a tripod.As I couldn't get what I liked with Nikon I just switched to another manufacturer, that's all.BTW, talking, that without exposure bracketing one can learn proper exposure is nothing but misunderstanding of what creative photography is.
Nice camera, but does it have AE bracketing feature? If no, question for Nikon, why do you cut down your entry level DSLR cameras from that utility?
Dougbm_2: Impressive. Maybe they should give up on phones and switch to cameras?
Dear Nokia,It is time to build a camera. Put your great sensor behind fast lens, like in Samsung EX2F and we will get perfect P&S!!! It is time for innovation!
OK, but what about colors palette, angles of view without changing color and brightness? Are those features comparable with desktop displays?
Is it true, that Adobe doesn't attach help file to the PS distribution any more?Otherwise, what is the sense of this article? It gives very basic knowledge about actions that can be easy found just by pressing F1 button.What about some camera tests?
Is it still dpreview? A website with reviews and tests of cameras and lenses?