This is also bad news for people who like NIK. It is very probable that there will now be zero development of the software and it will wither on the vine of advancing os's.
Google purchased this company and I'm sure the sellers were happy at the time. Now, it devolves and the user base is left to dry out in the wind.
I'm all for capitalism but sometimes monolithic companies like Google, and now Walmart who are deserting many small towns, having put out of business some mom and pop stores, are not serving us best.
All non 'really democratic countries' try to suppress freedom of information by any means they think will work for them.
They are on a loosing battle and in the end will be proved stupid and arrogant.
Cell phones, cloud storage, wifi, saterlite and other technologies plus brave individuals will prevail and expose just how pathetic these 'rulers' really are.
They will get the footnote of history they deserve.
Would have voted for the D800e as it is still the best as of December 2013.
Voted for the D7100 as a proxy.
Nikon and Canon still provide a full system support which the other makers lack.
If I were not invested in Nikon, the 5D III would have got my vote.
Amadou Diallo: Hi everyone,I'll be speaking with an Adobe rep in a few moments about this move. If you have any specific questions you'd like answered please reply to this post.
What about DNG and support for new cameras?
For my use it seems great.
I will consider trading in my VRII f2.8 depending how it tests on IQ mounted on the D800e compared to the 2.8. I am also interested to see how it takes TC's.
I will not be an early adopter