oheggo: Received a new U2713Hb from Dell as a replacement for my new U2711 with some problems. IMO the anti glare coating are better on the U2713, but it is a lot worse in terms of viewing angle issues. With this monitor size you will see uneven density and color shifts (yellow/blue) even if you are positioned right in front of the U2713. I would not recomend it for critical Photoshop work even if it covers 99% of Adobe RGB.
Glossy clear coating is the only way to go for photo editing.
Hope it doesn't have the usual crappy anti-glare matte that makes it impossible to distinguish noise from the matte artifacts.
$89 PS would be a dream and might actually make more money for Adobe.
If thy put a nice BIG sensor in it I might be very interested.
Some of those EXR images are awesome and if you need to reproduce difficult lighting conditions then this is the camera.
If I am going to carry all that gear I'll just dust off my GI issued alice pack.
Jim in AZ: I could never get PSP to install under Windows 7 64-bit.
Always stops after you accept the EULA. From my research it is a wide spread problem not just limited to me.
techmine: Fuji X10 already takes better pictures than these preview shots. X10 has a smaller sensor but it is very well engineered(now pls don't start the ORB discussion). The EXR mode/Low light/High ISO performance is very good. It also has a semi-functional VF. f2.0-2.8 lens is beautiful.
X10 isn't a compact.
I could never get PSP to install under Windows 7 64-bit.
I like the A57 better :-)
I wish adobe just made a bokeh brush.
I tried it but won't be buying it. Problem: It accepts not a single of my favorite plugins.
10 seconds in Irfanview:
Does Nikon have any zooms that can take advantage of the resolution?
This is going to force Sony's hand to come out quickly with an entry 24MP because their new Sony A57 suddenly isn't looking so good.
Seems much better priced then the Sony version.
I was fixing to pick up the A35 mainly because I have some fine minny glass but after reading this I think I will wait for the A57.
The 20a was impressive but this should be even more so with the higher resolution.
I love the water reflections.
Guess Zeiss isn't interested in selling very many of these babies.