justmeMN: Another mirrorless camera with DSLR Envy Styling.
(Since you can't beat them, try to look like them.)
Troll much? Or just not that intelligent...
goblin: Part of Olympus' ten commandments to their engineers:
... ... ...
- Thou shalt never, EVER, put all the nice goodies on the same camera model !!!
If your clients scream and beg for an on-board flash (even if it's only for using it as an RC commander for slave flashes) - thou shalt give them some ugly, breakage and loss prone external monstrosity.
Thou shalt give a nice, on-board flash only to the mid-tier cameras, which lack the other goodies.
Thou shalt remember how it was done on the E-P3 <> E-PL3 couple ! One came with a touch screen, the other - with an articulated screen and an on-board flash !
Thou shalt remember - NEVER ALL THE GOOD THINGS TOGETHER !!!
There IS a built in flash.
Arahne27: I think that there is a lot of in camera processing of published samples. There is no comparison between these pictures and EM-5. Simply EM-5 is way ahead better. Both situations were on bright days, obviously with different lenses. So, is it possible to run through camera settings again and switch off any in camera sharpening and noise reductions, when publishing review samples? It would be pity that such a nice camera produces low quality pictures.
Same sensor. Minor improvements tweaked on the EM-10 over the EM-5. Go compare the EM-5 and EM-1 here at DPReview. Negligible differences.
nickthetasmaniac: the most boring release in the last 12 months has 402 comments.
I'm frankly disappointed. I love my OMD EM-5/lenses, but I have been hoping Canon would make a killer MILC to compete. They have the resources to make a camera far better than the outstanding OMD series, yet they don't. I would buy a Canon MILC if it was equal or better than what I currently take and shoot everywhere.
Frank_BR: According to legend, the acronym EOS was created by Canon to represent the Goddess of Dawn. However, the market failure of the EOS M suggests that EOS stands now for End Of Success…
It seems Canon is starting to lose its commercial magic
Yep someone should tell the king (Canon) that he's not wearing any clothes.
Dear Canon,Is this a joke? I'm glad I stopped waiting for you to make a real MILC. This is another (more?) pitiful attempt. By the way, on your next try, at least add an EVF or the ability to slap one on. Maybe borrow the outstanding VF-4 from Olympus.
alanjdooley: Some people need to read the fine print when they "buy" software. Whether you get a box and disk or download the program, all you are buying is a license to USE the software. Adobe CC does not mean your software and photos are somewhere in the "cloud." It means you are purchasing the license to USE the software on a monthly basis. You can store all of your images and files on your own local computer, just as you always have. By your software checking periodically with Adobe, upgrades are downloaded as they are available. This is $120 per year software. That's all it is.
Yes, I am buying a license. Not renting one every month. What part of that do YOU people not get???
white tea: Greedobe, your servers are not safe, you have been hacked recently. There is no chance I would ever use your service. I don't want to lose my works.
VirtualMirage....happen again? The hackers took my login and credit card info. I am not a Cloud subscriber. It should have NEVER happened. Did you read how easy it was for the hackers to get into the lazy Adobe network? You go ahead and trust them. I and many others are done with them.
hiro_pro: i have seen too many companies that require constant authentication crash. now you are stuck with unusable software until they can verify subscriptions again. the gaming industry has already had huge fails in this arena.
Steam doesn't charge you a monthly fee. You buy the game and it's yours. Heck, I haven't played Half Life in 8 years yet it's still sitting there waiting for me to choose to download and play it again.
TwoMetreBill: By pumeco "Yes indeed, alternatives, paid or free - just alternatives"
What alternative is there to Lightroom? Nothing compares at any price. Though Aperture is almost there, Apple's approach to removing features from their photo and video apps with each new release makes that a silly option.
Lightroom has very, very good competition. Actually, I think they are behind. Take a look at DXO Optics Pro 9 (just released) or Phase One's Capture One Pro. The only reason I am using LR5 is for the VSCO Plugins I have attached to it.
jurgenvogt: I don't understand. It seems that no matter how economically advantageous Adobe makes the Photoshop/Lightroom bundle people are still whining about it.
sandy b you are mislead. The price is NOT permanent. Go read at Adobe.
Benarm: So Adobe is going with a bait and switch pricing scheme. Get users at $10/mo for a year, and then price gauge them to death. Perfect example of corporate greed.
And they will be stuck. They don't pay, they lose their software. They will still have what they've edited, but they will be "trapped" into paying the new price. Have fun with that, sheeple.
Karl Summers: The response is so overwhelming the site is crashing. Guess I'll have to wait to sign up.
Nah, it's probably just hackers stealing our credit card information and log-ins AGAIN.
Give me a call, Adobe, when you stop renting your software and stop losing my confidential information. Maybe I'll come back.
In the meantime, I've found DXO Optics Pro 9 and Capture One Pro 7 that both kick Lightroom 5's butt, and my CS6 still works great on my Tiff exports.
steven_k: I love m43 even though I don't own one anymore.I just could never get over the noise even at base ISO.Yeah, I guess I can shoot in JPEG and have the camera apply noise reduction yet that limits the detail. Just look at any of the new m43 cameras here on DPR, check ISO 200, RAW and look at the blue square on the color checker chart, noise. For me I would have preferred m43 stayed at 12MP, I think this is / was the sweet spot for the 4/3 sensor.
You obviously haven't used M43s in a year or two.
Frank_BR: A digital camera with no battery? Apparently, yes. Did you hear the guy pushing twice the wind lever in the video?
"Nikon had a prototype FM body for the digital age. It was actually quite unusual in that it didn't have an LCD or battery: you powered the digital sensor using the wind lever. "
Please tell me you're joking. Who would buy that?
You're not joking.
Is this seriously here on DPReview? Propaganda for North Korea? What's next, an interview with the Dear Leader on what he shoots with?
Wow, thought this was digital photography review. Clicked on this expecting to read about applications to edit photographs, not apps on a camera phone. Kind of BS.
naththo: Okay enough of defamation and flaming at Adobe. Its not worth it. It does not help when you do this. They can sue you for serious defamation as I see some of serious defamation going around. Some of what you said are so untrue. The truth is, its Adobe's fault for not keeping their system secured for your sensitive information like payment processing and customer profile information. It got nothing to do with software seriously. Fffsss I assume you haven't worn glasses to read properly what they said. It is to do with payment department and the customer information department that they did not keep it secured and its their fault. It hasn't said anything to do with software you are running.
Also it is customer responsible to keep their computer secured before using internet and purchase online by having a completed security suite installed as well. It is your responsibility too. Not just Adobe responsibility.
Excuse me? Defamation? Adobe irresponsibly lost access to MY personal information. My address, e-mail, password, perhaps the keys to all my versions I have purchased of their software for the past 6 years, and MY CREDIT CARD INFO. You DO NOT get to defend them and their irresponsible IT practices to each of us. Unless you are an Adobe shill.