Paul Guba: Coming soon: Adobe now owns all the images you uploaded to Adobe Cloud, Behance, and changed or modified with Photoshop, Lightroom or Camera Raw.
No, wait, not funny.
I haaaaate Adobe.
Years ago, I gave Adobe $125 for an upgrade to Framemaker. I pitched a shirt hemorrhage when I learned that the added functionality was Japanese language support. Was I ever a patsy.
If you need to use your psd files, you must pay monthly tribute to Shantanu Narayen for the rest of your natural life.
Photoshop, by the way, is infuriatingly short on photographic tools. New features are few and faaaaaar between.
Narayen must be as well-liked as QuarkXPress CEO Fred “All customers are liars, thieves and bastards” Ebrahimi.
Pat Cullinan Jr: What's up with these lenses? Have they been cut in half or something?
No, wait, they've already been haved.
I thought so.
What did they do with the other halves? Could I have them?
What's up with these lenses? Have they been cut in half or something?
5d3user: SOB, its got just as many pixels as 5diii, as many autofocus points as the 7d mark 1 and is cheaper than both. this is rediculous.
A clear and balanced post.
MartinB77: The 760D is really a nice one. Top-LCD, new sensor, new dial, WiFi, somewhat new AF - all o.k..
But personally, as 550D I want a much better viewfinder! I really get sick with this small, dark and slightly misaligned pentamirror viewfinder.
So canon - please be nice and hand over the 80D :-)
Over time, we become our cameras. Like, I'm still a Leica IIIg.
Wha'?! Me pupule?
Drat! Here's another camera I just have to have.
I'll shoot a couple thousand photos, get jaded, and misplace it under a mound of Sunday supplements. Like I did with the T2i.
Sdaniella: Whilst Samsung's NX1 is the first affordable consumer 4k APS-C (near Super35mm Cine sized sensor) mirrorless digital camera (great for budding 4k Cinematographers) ... with fast AF
This new Canon EOS 760D serves as the first affordable consumer HDR APS-C (near Super35mm Cine sized sensor) touch-screen capable AF for budding Cinematographers wanting easy-access (minimal or no post processing) for Dual-Level Exposure for HDR CINE = like a beginners version of pro industry ARRI ALEXA CINE cams minus the expense, weight, heat, bulk, and conventional MF lens methods ... brings to the everyday shooter 'normalized' HDR CINE! (@ 720p = managable filesizes for global online sharing)
it's a preview of what's to come in higher models, like EOS 80D? (HDR 1080p) 5DMkIV? (HDR 4K, HDR 1080p), etcEOS C-series: 1D or C#00and likely Powershots, too
and no need to resort to ML (Magic Lantern hack), although I'm sure there will be plenty of new features buried yet to unlock
+lots o' lenses!
I admire the tone of comity.
Yes, IQ is becoming the great equalizer.
jukeboxjohnnie: FAIL !!!! No viewfinder which is expected among enthusiasts these days
I buy every camera that comes out with a viewfinder. ;)
Now that IS interesting! 13EV is not to be sneezed it. I wonder what you could get out of a Sony sensor with interleaving.
Boky: Buying canon dSLR without focus micro-adjust is ludicrous. Been there, done that - never again!
Way to go, Reesh!
Pat Cullinan Jr: Samuel Spencer wrote-"Just replaced the Daylight RAW images with a new, sharper set. The original set did not have anti-shock (electronic first curtain shutter) mode turned on. The new set does. That and some careful focusing delivered much sharper images than the original set that caused a few complaints."
So maybe that accounts for the unsharpness.
Thank you, Sam
Samuel Spencer wrote-"Just replaced the Daylight RAW images with a new, sharper set. The original set did not have anti-shock (electronic first curtain shutter) mode turned on. The new set does. That and some careful focusing delivered much sharper images than the original set that caused a few complaints."
I'm not getting this. They're the same images. Surely it's not a matter of applying anti-shock or careful focusing to RAW files.
What was done to make blurry images sharp?
The boat photo became much sharper. Same image.
marleni: As far as I know Dpreview, we will see lenghty reviews of each of these Canon models and super ratings before we can count to three ;-)
Give 'em hell, Rishi baby.
HDR = high-dynamic-range imaging.
Let's talk about this, people. It sounds ominous.
Haven't they figured it out yet that enthusiasts will pass on cameras without viewfinders. And no clip-ons, please.
Someone please tell them.
I see an unmistakable difference now. Much sharper. That's a relief.
What, do they force us to use anti-shock mode?
What does focusing have to do with it?