🎼 Oh mi di oh mi gee life's goes on bra 🎶
wow very nice!
"there's not a lot of photography-specific value in our subscription products" ... BULLS*T.. Winston onlys smells money and cares only for business and MONEY... He knows diddly squat about photography
oh great anonymous guys in those facemasks.. if you can hear our pleas for help.. please help us by jamming adobes servers indefinitely til they surrender and change their stupid subscription policies please and thank you and much appreciated - from all of us...we salute you..
gl2k: Hard to imagine that any serious pro photog would ever use an iPad for assessing critical sharpness. I mean ... even the process of uploading a full 36mp image to the iPad takes an eternity. Not to mention you wanna download 200 images to pick the best one.The iPad is a nice toy but definitely not more, when it comes to photography.
we pros don't use the actual raw 36mp photos on ipads.. we send the jpgs to the ipad to check color, focus, framing etc and clients can review the photos live as they are being taken..(the 36mp raw photos are kept in another card for post viewing when we return to the studio).. ipads can also be used to remote control the settings, snapping the photos directly from the ipad and using the ipad as a livescreen monitor in tight situations where you can't see the back of the camera's lcd.. there are many uses for ipads with cameras where you have no idea to begin the many opportunities ipads can do for any photographer be they pro or amateur.
cassano: It's kind of amusing to see people are worrying about touch-screen cameras here. Touch-screen on camera is lame, but in many other areas, it shines. smart phones, tablet PCs, car's console, ATMs, POS machines. I went to a local medical center a few days ago, they have huge touch screens near every entrance -- for you to navigate inside the building, find you doctor, etc. I have also seen touch screens in book stores, libraries, subways, etc.
Touch screen forces UI designers to design simpler UI, software developers to hide details and only expose the essential APIs. It frees the user from overly complex menu systems. It only makes our life easier, faster. Of course, touch screens cannot replace buttons on a DSLR, or keyboard/mouse for a PC -- for complicated tasks.
lol no one no me not even shark tank will touch this one
Ben O Connor: ... and sadly no wifi as well.
Well nikon, in this century, we have amazing electronic devices called: " cell phones " and we want to download an app via internet or store to control our cameras, not just to share images :(
I was so happy until 1 minutes ago. Where is the wifi seriously ?? (alright with additional gps, i also dont want to be tracked by anyone out of my permission. so its alright if there is not gps.... but where is wifi??)
you have to buy the separate WU-1a Wireless Adapter to use wi-fi from D7100 to your phone
it needs a completely new ios overhaul would like to put apps in filing cabinet style and scrap the 12 app limit folders and add more apps in the folders, and make a parent file folder with sub folders of different categories and mix together apps documents photos, and notes neatly filed away within the file cabinet (s).. also would like apple to improve the camera ie: 12mp and add more cool features to the camera app and apply filters and effectsalso add more to the home and lock screen of weather, news, stocks at a glance as well as show if you have new mail, texts and reminders and please hope they finally put push email in the mail app
Activatedfx: I like Snapseed, but the biggest Con for me is that there is no way to save custom "presets". Every photo has to be processed from scratch.
which snapseed app are you referring to? the desktop app or the iphone app?
on the iphone app it doesn't have the custom presets nor the ability to undo but the desktop app does have these features
you're not alone awaiting the big review for the Canon 1Dx... even the Nikon D4 has been on hold far too long too grrrr many of the newest cams that just came out all getting their reviews sooner.. Seems to me the DPR reps rather play with the little toys leaving the big guns dusting on the shelves :-( Wish Mark Harmon of NCIS would go over there and tell them to quit screwin around and give them a smack upside their heads ;-)
Francis Carver: Boy, oh boy, is the DP REVIEW web site seriously messed-up now, or what?
Man, I am writing a comment, almost done and ready to post it, then BANG -- damned page freshens up all but itself, and everything I wrote is lost.
Gee-sus, DP REVIEW, when you refresh your pages, how about having some warning or auto-save feature in force for those who happen to be writing comments?
Its not dPreview that's causing the page refreshes, its your browser..
Type "turn off automatic page refresh (enter your browser name + your computer name ie: Mac or PC)" in Google search for instructions
I confirm iso 16000 too. I used an online data viewer http://exifdata.com/exif.php
oh great now we wont be able to tell the canon's from the Sony's in a crowd of photojournalists...
and all that jazz: has the D600 been designed to show, as an option, live histogram in live view ?
you're not alone in wanting the long awaited live histogram on lower end models but sadly Nikon refuses to listen :(
how can he keep calling the autofocus screw on the mount easy to miss? I can clearly see it as clear as day on all cameras that have this feature lol
checking out the pano of the Virginia V ship (IMG_0123), I notice the pano rendering made the bow of the ship thin as a razor blade... could swear I could get a paper cut on it lol
you folks will have to email richard to to change his video from 'private' to 'public'
i guess he forgot to make the video public when he sent this review out...
it came out of hibernation to see Nikon's latest and greatest, took a sniff and a taste, and thought, bloody hell it looks and tastes same as that old D3s, angrily stomped the heck out of it, and took off to hibernate another 4 more years in anticipation for the next D5 lol :-)