I really like Frazer's honesty and enthusiasm here. I love how he says “our marketing says it's …”, and how he smirks at that whole “LX7 lens scaled up” marketing stuff.
The line “unfortunately there's no touchscreen on this camera” was particularly surprising and should have been a cue for the interviewer to ask: well, why not? I guess he didn't have had enough sleep, he looks a bit tired. Too bad.
Could you explain how you imported the images from the iPad onto the Mac so that the metadata from iPhoto was preserved? I used iPhoto a lot on my last vacation, doing light editing, but mostly hiding images that weren’t good enough (without deleting them). However, when I synched my iPad with Aperture, it was treated as a simple mass storage media and Aperture ignored iPhoto completely. All of the nondestructive edits were lost and flags and favorites were just reset.
I had hoped that Aperture would somehow assimilate iPhoto’s database upon synchronizing, but unfortunately I was wrong. Apparently it works for you, though?