fberns: this camera will be a success!But the price is a bit high to me.
It could be a success with the right price. Now I don't think so.
In a way it's a nice camera, however D600/610 is not worse for a lot less. It's all about feeling and looks. OK, I could be possibly interested, if the size and weight is somewhere like my old lovely FM3a.
a5519: Besides pricing and everything else, there is one more even more severe issue with this Adobe approach.
Under the requirement to validate the license the users actually must agree that Adobe is allowed to spy reqularly their computer - Adobe may validate the license on a computer but they also may look for something else. You don't know.
I am not sure that many private persons will be happy with this approach, nothing to say about companies, which must permit to access to their intranet.
I suspect there will be some kind special version "for secret use only". Should we try to get hold on this? :)
I am still happy with PS7. Could be strange, but it is totally enough the few tools incl. colour management. LR is somewhat different story. I am really worried about the possible future changes to LR subscribtion only version. It is (or was?) a decent tool for raw conversion. Perhaps I will need to find another one. In that case we have meaninglessness of the DNG format.
BTW, why are we alloud to vote "Like", but no possibility to "Dislike" in the responses?
Jefftan: Why should I buy this small sensor camera when the Olympus E-PM1 cost $500
$100 more for a small sensor camera?
Anyone tell me why?
MFT has already 12 2.0, 20 1.7, 45 1.8 lenses. It is possible to use (and MF) older Pen lenses as 60 1.5 or 70 2.0. It is adequate for me.