I can't think why I would ever attempt to successfully process a photo using ANY tablet "computer" ..it just cannot be done.
Looks great ...I guess word must have got around that Olympus's "retro" cameras are selling (why do other manufacturers copy, or should I say, try to copy what they do?) It will be interesting to see if Canon also copies ..er..innovates. I quite like the idea of a digital A1 or F1 (remember those, guys?)
Sod Adobe ...the freebie paint.net does almost everything that this overpriced product does ...correction ...it does EVERYTHING for most users ....provided you download all the freebie plugins.
Go try it it folks ...and be amazed how it brings back the detail in those seemingly super-overblown, unrecoverable, highlights.... from jpegs
Well ok ...it don't do RAW ...but it's only a matter of time before someone posts a raw pluginCheers
Full E-P5 specifications now available here:
OM-D EM-5 user looks smugly on - Olympus doesn't "do" dust ...... never has done
marike6: IF you going by IQ, AF speed, low-light AF and AF tracking it's no contest between the D800 and EM-5. Anyone who tells you different hasn't used the D800.
Agree on all points. However the D800 appears to be unforgiving with regards to the blur seen at 100% in many handheld shots - so to negate this, I would assume that for many users, their images have to be viewed/resized down to (say) the size of an OM-D image. I've never owned/used the D800, but comparing DPReview studio shots for both of these cameras, there ain't THAT much difference in images quality, considering the differences in sensor size and price. Given this, the physical size of the OM-D alone makes it a winner.
Same here. Over the years, I've owned several Olympus FourThirds and MicroFourThirds cameras and have never found a dust spot on any of my photos. The dust removal mechanism is truely amazing.
Ah ...must due be the 36mp sensor ...why else would a camera that cannot produce sharp hand-held images when viewed at 100% win such an award?
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