Likely the G16!oh wait... it lost its flippity LCD... as did the G15... now I remember why I have not yet upgraded my G12, I'm waiting for Lumix or Nikon to make a viable replacement upgrade
theoschela: just for my own clarification - is all AF testing above only regarding the LCD - Specifically the tracking?
The LCD and movie tracking is interesting but a great many of us look for ward to tracking accuracy and performance through the View Finder for birds and moving subjects in general.
Thank-you Shawn ~
just for my own clarification - is all AF testing above only regarding the LCD - Specifically the tracking?
Psst - tell the photographer using "Content Aware Move" tool above to also move the girl's shadow too ;-)
davidgp: Nothing listed here makes me want to upgrade from Elements 10. Though I use LR4 for most of my editing.
ditto on PSE 10, and Lr5 now has an improved healing brush which is 'Content-Awaresque' so I use PSE even less now.
theoschela: anyone find the 5.2 Final's bug fix list?
Benarm: LR 5.2 Release Notes with features and bug fixes:
or this link from Kost's Blog to view enhancements and bug fixes:
anyone find the 5.2 Final's bug fix list?
Jim Evidon: I'm not sure LR5.2 is ready for prime time. Not only does my LR5 say it's up to date, but four attempts to download the 5.2 update on DPReview resulted in stalling somewhere between 1/2 way and 3/4 way. I even went directly to Adobe's website and tried again. No luck. I know it is not the iMac because I download updates all the time. Has anyone else tried to download this "upgrade"?
worked for me, Win 8, 64 bit, about 2 hrs before your posting
Facebook is Free. Because of that clever idea - the masses joined. 600+ million users casually giving up privacy and information because it connected friends.
I think I read that the new terms still respect our privacy settings but whatever is set to 'Public' - its fair game for FB to use...
I made a FB Page and has the effort and promotion paid off?Undecided. FB Pages are 'Public' with no privacy settings.
AllOtherNamesTaken: Aaaaand it's only $6,000 overpriced, lol.
patience ~ it will be $300 cheaper in no time ;-)
I tried running it and had a Catalog issue and now after a reinstall it still tells me it cannot launch from source blah blah... glad my Lr4.4 still works fine...
theoschela: New Bug: Installed it on my Win 8 - and the scroll-wheel of my mouse does not work
also - anyone notice the "Highlights" slider is stronger now?
Benarm: Very minor update, with no new features. They're probably saving the good stuff for Lightroom 5.
if '5' only had performance increases - that might be enough to make me buy it...
New Bug: Installed it on my Win 8 - and the scroll-wheel of my mouse does not work
thank-you M.S. for creating a 64bit version of this. Its been a long time coming.
I would like a G15 with a vari-angle 3.2" LCD, G1 X sensor, 24-140mm f/2.8 IS with Leica glass, a Real View Finder, M Mode ETTL flash & M Mode Auto ISO 50-12800. All with the current G15's current dimensions & weight. For starters.
Improvements made on any area shows your commitment in that area, and it will be judged, as anywhere else it would.
What has happened though, to 'reviews' on "dpreview" .com? We see lots of articles, but how many lens reviews in the last 2 yrs? One can count on 1/2 a hand I think... Improvements are welcome to round things out but please consider what gave you your great reputation in the U.K. .... Reviews! We want them back please.
Tome gun: As a newbie, I have a question. I have Aperture, Lightroom 4 and Elements 10. Can Elements 11 now replace them all?
I've just now downloaded PSE11 - and I already have PSE10 & Lr4 - which is a stellar combination, its all I need, and cheaper than CS5/6
PSE11 seems like a better looking & easier PSE10 (first impression, but yes it includes a new tilt-shift effect thingy). I'll kick the tire of 11 and see how it goes...
BayToSierras: Flickr is still awesome, especially for people who want to put more focus on their photography than social networking, and who aren't quite ready for a portfolio site. The idea of a linear photostream is still great, although I sometimes wish a bit more flexibility with that. Another thing I like is the reasonable price for pro membership. Most other services are either free or charge unaffordable fees. I wonder whether the future isn't in sites that offer a good value for a fair price. I know photography teachers, colleges and non-profits who use Flickr with great success. Unlike other parts of Yahoo!, flickr is fairly reliable, fast and has few bugs.
"The idea of a linear photostream is still great, although I sometimes wish a bit more flexibility with that."
I'll 2nd and even 3rd that ;-)