No need to vote. From DPR's statistics above, it show that the Fuji X-T1 is going to be the winner. It shows 856 people own it and 669 want it. That tops all the other ones.
Canon couldn't see it?
In other words for something new and innovative, keep looking elsewhere.
FBoneOne: They sold the company to Sony :-)
@jkoch2Wrong; Proctor and Gamble mostly produces products that end up in the sewer or landfill sites.
What caused the grey streak near the top hairline as well as the right side of the girl's neck in the above sample picture?
Happy to see that these are only my problem on one computer. No problem on any of the other ones. And only showing up while using the Chrome browser on that computer. Looked fine in IE.
JohnyP: all of these "theoretical photographers" who sit in front of a monitor defending rights to their non-existent works of art is quite funny.
Abandonment of the copyright for all works posted on internet should be instituted. Patent and copyright trolling is a waste of everyone's time. This is the only way to make all these trolls switch to something else (hopefully more productive than arguing with people on-line over something).
Are you suggesting that thieves should rewrite the laws?
Works nice with the Nexus One using voice input.
Looks nice on the Nexus 4.
Re: How smartphones are changing weddings
Yes, with the new wedding plans, you can lock in your marriage for either a one or two year plan or go for the month to month option.
Not in my past.
Voting seems a bad idea. The crowds and loudest screamers are often wrong and may not be qualified to vote. Good examples of this can be found by reading the world news these days.
Rating posters by the number of posts made by these posters invites many more single line “I agree” type posts that lack any useful content.
__You could be wrong by agreeing with me.__
Very nice. This will get me started quickly.
What is an IPad? Do I need one?