How is the 3G/4G connection accessed? Is this another revenue stream for Verizon, ATT, et al.?
JurijTurnsek: Check out F-Stop Media Gallery for Android:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fstop.photo
You can sort your images by tags (plus the standard features of other galleries), which is a truly powerful way of sorting a large volume of images (as any real photog will tell you).
Care to name the versions of Android it will not run on?
AZBlue: If this is the quality of photos produced by these photographers, they deserve to get fired.
Even in trying to mock his situation, Hart showed what the paper has lost. It would be funny in a different context.
First, you've just lost a great deal of respect from many people. Second, well, there isn't anything left to say.
Benarm: Leica should take notes from Zeiss on how to survive in a digital age :)
Last I heard, Leica is more than just surviving. Quite a bit more, in fact.
rb59020: $900.00!?! For that price it should be an f1.0! I could git the Sony lens and 9 K-1000 bodies on ebay! Or three new tires for my pickup truck!
OK, this lens is not for you.
Combatmedic870: I hope these sell well!! I want to see a Zeiss 85mm F2, thats really slim in size!
I hope so, for the real reason that quality is best for consumers and the economy.
whtchocla7e: Who is Zeiss trying to fool here with these offerings?
Obviously not you.
yabokkie: 12/2.8 looks better than superwide zooms for APS-C DSLRs. 32/1.8 is useless no matter how good is the quality unless << USD 100.this is a good place for Sigma who can make better lenses at lower prices.
Sigma can design good lenses when they choose to. I have the Sigma 30 f2.8 and it is OK(not spectacular) optically but mechanically I seriously doubt that under constant use it will last more than a couple of years, if that long. There is more to a good lens than just optics. Cheap lenses are cheap for a reason.
Benarm: Another step by Leica towards the legacy of Kodak and Polaroid. You can use past brand image and recognition only so much.
I could be wrong but I believe Leica is doing quite well now. In fact it is the "me too" camera companies that are struggling.
Jim Radcliffe: If this is true, Leica continues to be so predictable. A true "Entry Level M" along the lines of a Digital CL is what is needed. Not another overpriced point and shoot bearing the Red Dot.
Any camera labeled a Mini M should be able to accept M mount lenses.. this is just another overpriced camera that "looks" like a Leica.
I love Leica gear but sheesh, will they ever listen to the market... oh, I forgot, they're Leica.. they don't have to.
The package box pictured on the Leica site is too small for the camera and lens combination we're seeing. If the box is genuine we might be in for an interesting surprise.
By the way, great street car evening photograph.
JDThomas: Cool, now iPhoneys can start calling themselves "strobists" too.
So, the very many iPhoneys who are also Nikon users now know to never disturb your hubris towards them by buying a JD Thomas publication. You got it.
scrup: If Canon really wanted to stop Magic Lantern, they could. But in their interest they don't as it creates another market of users.
Take Apple Iphone. If Jailbreak never existed for it, I don't think it would of taken market share as it did.
Playstation 1. It didn't really take off until it was hacked.
Hey Juck, you're a funny guy. :-) Rotflmao.
You're wrong about the iPhone. It is a consumer product and as such 99% of users have no need for the hacks. I'm guessing the same applies to most smartphones.
mandophoto: The Leica S is one beautiful camera.
Yep, ideas of beauty do differ.
The Leica S is one beautiful camera.
Mssimo: Did he really say that he expected negative reactions from photographers but did not care? That is how I understood his response.
No, he specifically said "hobbyist photography community." The photography community is not monolithic. It is clear CC is for pros and enthusiasts willing to pay. But what I found very interesting is his suggestion that there will be a "regular" Lightroom and a "pro" CC based Lightroom. That is a bit disheartening.
Zvonimir Tosic: Only issue here that prevents some people from switching is press and pre-press work. What software apart from Photoshop handles CMYK and LAB colourspaces well, or, at all? :-(
@PerL - There is a color shift when going from RGB to CMYK. Most graphic designers will convert RGB files to CMYK in Photoshop to check for color shift. I know RGB files placed in InDesign will be converted to CMYK at some point in the pre-press flow, but if color fidelity is important, then using RGB is a gamble. There is no alternative to Photoshop in the commercial print medium.
For graphic designers working in print media there are no alternatives to Photoshop and Illustrator. As for GIMP, last I checked it does not have a CMYK work space. For page layout QuarkXpress is still around and is quite good but it is also very expensive. So most graphic professionals will pass the cloud based cost to customers, and cross their fingers.
As for Lightroom, Adobe knows there are true alternatives. Still, considering it is now bundled with some Samsung and other cameras, Lightroom may gain such a huge share that it will become (like Photoshop) the de facto raw converter which will give Adobe a lot of muscle.
Wonderful images and a great story. Thank you, DPReview.
Maybe it's me but it seems we don't see quite as much photography of teens as in the '60s & '70s. Can someone point out the Bruce Davidsons & Mary Ellen Marks of the current generation? Yes, I would like to know (other than Mike Brodie.)