zsedcft: Great upgrade for people who don't own photoshop. I imagine that even a large number of pros could get by with just lightroom+ nik software now.
I still need photoshop so I can't see any reason to spend the $150 to upgrade from lightroom 5. It is a bit more clunky having to move over to photoshop for all of the heavy lifting, but I often end up using tools that are beyond what lightroom supplies for those special pictures anyway.
I use Nik but also Tonality. Ain"t bad either, but only for Mac . . .
So, no 8000, no lock for the EVF, not a FF, at that price? Must be fun to buy and a laugh to have . . .
Dimit: Gentlemen, the fact is that it's worthless investing in a 1'' system.Eventually pay too much for a limited potentiality.1'' is perfect for ''just go out and get excellent snapshots'',therefore just built-in lens (RX100 success).The more m43 and apsc give you,is an initiation to invest in lens,simple as that.
so how many pictures did you take with a 1" system that were worthless? And how many of them are " camera fault" ?
I'm happy with Aperture, though wouldn't mind if they keep update it as they do. Use it with Nik software ( a lot) and sometimes with Olympus viewer. Did use LR when on Windows. Is also very good, but for what I do with it Aperture is just fine. Hope for the LR users that they won't put it in the cloud. . . .
The VF-4 is great, even on my E-P2.
Geir Ove: No Built In EVF - No Buy. Even my Minolta A1 from 2003 managed to have a BUILT IN EVF...
I've kept my E-P2 and finished it with the VF-4. Made me happy!
Aleo Veuliah: It is a good upgrade, many improvements, this way LightRoom continue to be the best, in my opinion Capture One the second and the third is the very good RawTherapy for FREE on windows also, and the fourth is Bibble Pro
Well done Adobe
Thanks for the "Photivo tip". Looks like I found what I was looking for. Thanks again.