Would like a fourth view mode or custom menu option to set the EVF timeout which the eye sensor could turn back on and/or via the shutter half press.
lxcellent: So where is it? I am chomping at the bit. I am writing from the east coast of the US where it is 8:46 AM on the 25th. Anybody have it yet?
Sorry...for the X-E1.
I had to do a hard refresh of the page by pressing shift+f5 as the firmware v1.05 was cached.Once I did, v1.06 info and d/l link were displayed.
lokkju: Looking through the beta package, a FaceDetection.agtoolkit module exists, with Lua files for face recognition (AgFaceDetection.lua). Looking closer, it seems like it will be using Cognitec for the facial recognition engine. Oh, hell yes - thanks Adobe!
FYI, collaboration announced in 2009, might this finally be the fruits of their partnership?http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20090923006308/en/Cognitec-Announces-Important-Collaboration-Adobe
swankFoto: Aperture not included, seriously?What value does this review have without Lightroom's biggest competitor? Aperture wasn't even mentioned in the intro.
RButler stated a fact. What that fact has to do with excluding Aperture I have no idea. Most pros are on Mac so this "showdown" is pretty worthless to a large segment of this site's intended audience.
Aperture not included, seriously?What value does this review have without Lightroom's biggest competitor? Aperture wasn't even mentioned in the intro.
So glad to see 'serious' photo books reviewed on a popular site like this.Luckily I picked this up a few years ago at a B&N at list as well.You might be able to find it cheaper than the $200 quoted as I'm sure that's for the first edition. There was a 2nd edition published in 2008 (also out of print) so should be cheaper on the second hand market.Definitely a great addition to anyone's collection.
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