Earlier version of "PS" for iOS and Android were crippled because they were limited in terms of the image size that could be imported. Is this still the case?
kecajkerugo: Good to see the "tiny" X-T10 sensor out-performs the Sony and others in the ISO invariance test :)Resolution is not on the same level , which is obvious, but the ability to recover the shadows and still keep the right colour with little noise is amasing!
To me it doesn't matter whether this is true or not. The results I see are all I'm interested in. Usable ISO 6400 images (and I don't even care if Fuji "cheats" and it's only ISO 4000 or 3200 compared to other cameras). I know I can take a portrait of someone illuminated only by the light of their mobile phone and that I can use a shutter speed fast enough to get a sharp image and with effectively very little noise.
End results are all that matters...
It's a really interesting topic. Such a shame it is restricted to film only.
I would love such an adapter from Canon EF to Fuji X - even if it were manual but allowed adjustment of aperture somehow...
The press release mentions that it is "offering a 5.5" macro shooting distance". Anyone got any idea what the magnification ratio will be?
fyngyrz: 1) The ability to nest folders
2) The ability to have unlimited items in a folder
3) Removal of the barriers between apps sharing data
4) A "finder-like" application that allows file management
Without all of these things, no app can benefit from synergy with another app; meaning, every benefit and feature has to be re-invented by every app developer. If the iPad is to become more than a one-trick-at-a-time-per-pony, the original idea of a sandboxed, childproof toy needs to die in favor of a more robust, general computing-friendly platform.
The bad news: Apple shows no signs of realizing this.
The good news: Someone eventually will, and Apple will be left supplying tablets to the clueless until they catch up.
Items 3 and 4 were the main reasons I moved to Android......
Gallery on my Samsung Note 10.1 does show a 100% view, and the image dimensions are correct - 4896 * 3264 for my Fuji X-Pro1 files. What I found disappointing is Photoshop Touch and its limitations on the same device...given that Snapseed can also work with the full resolution file as well.