Interesting test photo subject matter, but it doesn't work for historical comparisons. I think the black background doesn't work for that reason.
Wonder if that is the point. Less and less true difference between the new cameras and the old when it comes to image quality. I guess if you can't see the difference in similar images then they can convince you to buy the newest, latest, greatest.
Bells and whistles are great, but if there is not a significant difference in image quality then I guess they have to come up with some other way to get your money.
First good hack and how many of our accounts will be vulnerable to outside access?
I don't save my work to the cloud because of this, and the fact that companies fail everyday.
I wont go for the "Perpetual Pay". Guess Semi-Pro is not good enough for Adobe and I've been using their products for many years.
If you read the article closely you will have to "CC" to get more "functionality" from Lightroom as well. Read the fine print. Lightroom is too widely used for them not to squeeze ever bit of money from you that they can.
They have too many of us locked into their software with thousands of photo XMP files/catalogs that would be lost.I'll be slowly moving to other software and keeping the versions of PS and LR that I have.
Jetta392: I think some of the firmware features will be useful, I like the adjustable audio recording level and the picture resizing ability.
What will Canon do about the focusing issues that many 7D owners are facing? There are many threads on this subject and several people are convinced it is not the way the user shoots or their settings.
This issue dates back to 2009 when the camera was new and still to this day.
I've had two of the 7Ds. Sold the first after 10K shutter count and couldn't get the focus issue resolved. Have had the 40D and 5DII with NO issues.Check the comparison images between the 5DIII, 5DII and the 7D. Move the image box in the main image to the Queen of Hearts and Gray Scale chart.You will see that the 7D was back focusing, even for DP Review, they just didn't see it. Those objects are as sharp as a tack, but the images in the foreground the Bailey's Bottle and the Martini Bottle are sharp for the 5DII and the 5DIII because that's where the focus was. The 7D as far as I can tell is just as sharp, but it is back focused.
Just because some photographers are NOT plagued by this problem does NOT mean it doesn't exist.