panoviews: ...and don't forget to test the Sigma software to convert raw files. IQ is great, but without supporting state-of -tha-art raw converters the whole Sigma line is a clear NO BUY.
Tested in the past with a DP2. Excellent image quality, put a PITA in post processing. Perhaps I should try the raw file of the latest Sigma in RawTherapee....
A fast Lightroom workflow in batch using color profiles from ColorChecker Passport.
Ok for spare time but not for batch processing and production work. Once I had the DP2 the programmer of Sigma Pro said that Sigma wont't open the software to attach at least the profiles created with ColorChecker. Once there is full support for sigma raw files i will get immediately a body with a Foveon sensor.
I refuse to use the crappy Sigma software = no buy
...and don't forget to test the Sigma software to convert raw files. IQ is great, but without supporting state-of -tha-art raw converters the whole Sigma line is a clear NO BUY.
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Should I get Sony A7 instead of the Canon 6D? A lot of Nikon and Canon teasers to promote hot air.
Get your pound of web hype also today! :-)
All jpg's will be saved with a wooden frame!
The positive aspect will be the price for a used D600 if you are looking for a cheap full frame DSLR... ;-)
I would buy a Nokia with a plain Android OS and the possibility to root the device - but never with a Windows OS.
$450. Just find the dumbass to sell that stuff....
I would buy one, but only with the Android OS.
Quite similar to the Sigma SD1... LOL
Interesting reading: http://soundimageplus.blogspot.it/2013/08/why-people-still-choose-dslrs-over.html
Also the marketing department needs a 5-axis-stabilzation. At least Panasonic seems to stabilized with the GX7. OMG, who needs al this camera crap...
No viewfinder, next candidate please.
Nice one, that's the way to go. Let's wait for the first reviews...
BTW, the filename isn't visible anymore in Google+ Photo. But the filename can be watermarked on the image with L/R Mogrify plugin for Lightroom. Using Lightroom it's also possible to export to Picasa (Google+) with a plugin from Jeffrey Friedl.
Time to learn GIMP - http://www.gimp.org/