Just this guy you know
One thing I can say is that the RAW files are NOT DNG (but RWL files - same as the LX100)
ProfHankD: The interesting thing is the lack of comments about the griplessness of this camera. I'm sure it feels nice to touch, but doesn't it proceed to slide out of your hand when you try to pick it up?
Well, I actually used the camera for 3 months with no strap (it wasn't ready). and no, it doesn't slip out of your hands, even with a large R lens attached
NoTx: Hey, does anyone know if the R-Adapter automates the aperture setting, or is it all stop down? Hoping it can make use of the lenses as they were designed.
Hi ThereYou don't need stop down metering with a mirror-less camera. Set the aperture you want to use, and the EVF gains up to show you the correct depth of field / metering etc. It's much more elegant than stop down metering, and works really well using 3rd party lenses and adapters on other mirrorless systems.
Well - I was horrified at first - my personal jury is still out on the grey icons, but I''m beginning to like them.On the other hand, my impression is that it's faster - I've not had any hangs (even with my 50,000 + library. the new auto enhance button is cool.Removing the RAW brick from the default is questionable, but it's only the work of 2 minutes to put it back in the default for good. I've recently gone back to Aperture after 5 months working with Lightroom 4 - I wondered whether it would prompt me to make the big move to Lightroom, but quite the contrary - the clone tool, the cataloguing, the brush based adjustments, the printing . . . . . and now Lightroom 4 is out the speed - Aperture wins at every level. I just wish they'd get their camera updates in a bit more quickly!
Hi There RichardThank you - What a fine preview. It's nicely written, entertaining and seems to me to get to the heart of the matter.all the bestJonathan Slack
TrojMacReady: Why has the A77 been removed from the tool?Reshot with a later firmware?
Perhaps they were taken away so that they could be reshot with the focus a bit close to the front (only the queen card was truly in focus with the old shots).
PB123456: very bad work. Look at Queens card. It is in focus others not. Look at Mickey - out of focus others OK. Very unprofessional or .....
HI ThereI must say, it seems to me that varying focus points make comparisons pretty difficult - as you say, this is focused much further back than some of the other cameras.