PKDanny: Not Light room 5.7. Hmmmm....
LR 5 is a dead product.
Tommygun45: In LR on my Mac with LR5 and 6, and now on my PC with LRCC I have the same stinking error all the time. When using the adjustments brush, after a certain amount of time it won't register. I will click on the brush, and then begin to make an adjustment, and nothing will happen. I found a workaround online that you toggle the on/off switch in the bottom left of the pane, and then it will come back to life, but that fix was from a 2013 article. How is this such a blatant bug that happens to me EVERY TIME I use the software, across multiple platforms and years, that still has not been fixed? Figure it out Adobe.
I'm sure having 2 installations of LR isn't contributing to your error ........
Eric Hensel: "world’s fastest, most flexible, and easiest-to-use RAW processor and photo editor on the market "A tall order, right out of the gate.I've used Lightroom for 4 years -it works well, but the interface and file-handling are beyond inscrutable for me. I'm trying Capture1 and having interface issues there, though it may be just lack of familiarity.Let's see how this new one looks.
You know if you switch raw software you'll lose all your adjustment settings. So stick with LR.
All raw converters are "non destructive " because it's raw data not an image file.
RedFox88: All the trolls came out to play today I see!
Both, ones that come to complain about a product and brand they don't have and don't use. Live in the positive. Negativity is toxic.
Alexdi: How is it the best camera site is saddled with the worst audience? It's just a constant stream of negativity and complaining. No appreciation for the article, none for the product, and not five thoughtful comments in fifty. If you're all this unpleasant IRL, I wouldn't want to spend a moment with any of you.
Fanboi trolls come out when camera reviews are published , every time.
mr.izo: probably best pick in no bs category camera for (advanced) everyday shooter at the moment. video that works for casual joe (add nice, sharp and cheap stm lenses for no noise videos), stills and also sport 7fps shooting with nice, fast usm L lenses, that cost half or third less than competion (not to mention used ones). with sony sensor it will be almost perfect (specialy with 4k), but on the other hand, also this new sensor can pull some shadow without tu much "red" noise, so it's no such big problem in this area any more.
Sony doesn't have dual pixel design so live view and video focus wouldn't be as good.
Which lens was used in the cyclist af test?
All the trolls came out to play today I see!
SMC Design: WOW! This review was well done but the camera depicts something extremely wrong or sad going on at Canon. This would have been a great camera, 2 or maybe even 3 years ago. It's like the corporate structure at Canon has become so conservative or old it's destroying their own DLSR market. I've never seen so many professionals leaving the Canon brand as in this last year and now the prosumers are following them. I make far more money with a Sony A7r ii despite it's terrible interface, and a RED v-camera, all strapped with great Canon Glass. To be slightly ahead the 80D needs the minimum features added to it :
1) 240 fps at Full 1080 at 100 Mbps 2) 120 fps at 2K at 100 Mbps3) Twice as many focus points that actually work4) 4K at 30 fps at 100Mbps5) GPS6) 35mp images.
The best camera interface in the world can no longer keep these products competitive without some aggressive change. It's really sad, but maybe Canon should just stick to making glass in the DSLR arena.
Your suggestions fall flat since I highly doubt you bought a 80D or even use Canon cameras. That's like suggesting what a Ferrari needs without bring an owner.
You should correct your article. You wrote it so why the "what WE like..." and "what WE don't like...." at the end?! It needs to be "What I like about it" not "we".
#6 is great. Some before that are too hdr.
Wow , $250 for a small bag that holds little gear and too many little pockets to hold cds and little paper pads.
Yahoo will soon be AOL-like. Out there but rarely used.
Iso 3.2m looks aweeeesome! :D
Just Ed: Would like to see how the controls are laid out on the back of the camera, did I miss something? Not interested in this crop sensor but am wondering if the body will be the starting point for the 6D mkii....whenever that appears?
The 6D will be the starting point for the body of the 6D2.
toni2: Good ergonomics, speed, good DR, good dual-af... And an OVF? Nice if it had an EVF.
Want an evf? Buy mirrorless /evil cam.
Everythingis1: Man if only this sensor was APS-C OR Full Frame sized!
Then it'd be the 70D or 80D
ttran88: Looks like Sony is buying Canon.
thetechhimself: Of interest, no technical hurdle was mentioned about 4K not being included in the 80D; undoubtedly the 7DIII and Pro-M will adopt the 80D 24MP APS-C sensor and possibly the DIGIC6+ or newly announced DIGIC 7 in the G7XII... If they plan to do 4K in the 7DIII, like it's competitor the D500, than surely the 80D can do 4K, but Canon choose not to light the functionality in the 80D firmware...
I think you forgot other considerations like cpu speed and card write speed that go into camera /hardware design.