More important than equipment, is the moment.
if they already deliver pizza with Drones, why not enlighten people and objects in "small" areas "quickly" and in "silence" and "safety" for people and material, I find this really fantastic, by the way, I did not expect anything more than this. How can be used for numerous things, just use your imagination and report 1001 Ways to use a Drone. I think many people do not mind having one for walking the dog or taking the kids to school.
Digitall: I need one that always bring me coffee..., please.
Interesting picture below, plans math required to make this work. The Drones many of them already have in your programming called "Security Area" Drone do the rest. I'm waiting for a Drone would definitely replace the photographer.
hummm yes, maybe...
I need one that always bring me coffee..., please.
Beautiful library, and memorable photographs. I hope no one remembers to build a shopping center at this location...
Too many accessories for my taste. I prefer to keep the simplicity with my BlackRapid.
I assume that more than one million customers are now extremely upset with this news. I'm afraid it will be devastating for all the pre-orders are canceled. Nikon is just waiting to get a more consistent number of possible orders worldwide to see how that is going to build, not to be much left in stock. Nikon itself has already made known that they want to limit the stock to the minimum possible.Nikon please, try again...
A good example of Kitsch lens.
graybalanced: On the bright side, one set of DPReview forum holy wars has just evaporated. Now if only Canon or Nikon would stop making cameras, or if Apple would stop making computers!
The world ceased to be interesting.
Digitall: Next smart move from Apple is, Aperture free for all. A logical step.
even so I doubt there is more updates. Free for all is the option. IMOIt's the only way I see that Apple could shake his Adobe. Nobody in the right mind will buy products that will never have more continuity and attention by their developers, and their support. I think.
Next smart move from Apple is, Aperture free for all. A logical step.
Mike FL: I like my Lowepro SlingShot AW, and It has three sizes (102, 202, and 302). It is very light, well made, and it has its own raincoat. I like sling bag better than my backpack because:- Backpack is too hot on my back in summer.- Sling bag is easier to take things in and out.
The CON of the Lowepro SlingShot AW may be that it is too simple (less compartment) for some users.
Tamrac bags are good products, I personally think they have too many models, which sometimes can be difficult for brand management, and confusion for the customer its time to choose. It could very well reduce the line, and as a result the production costs. IMO. However you reminded me to buy a poncho, I'll take a stroll on Ebay now.
I agree when you say, "that it is too simple (less compartment) for some users." I have the 202 version and is also my perspective.But I have a lot of bag types, I can easily choose the type of bag to carry for certain functions. My most recent acquisition was the Think Tank retrospective 5, and I like it. especially for urban rapid inroads. Tamrac bag, I have one a long long time a go, for video.
Hear2see: I'd love it if DPReview could interview the new Kodak folks just to see what they're all about. Are they old time Kodak lovers or are they opportunity venture capitalists that don't care squat about photography.
Yes, my point too. No one will lose money for this project, is a business and like any business has to be profitable. Anyone who thinks otherwise is to think of a case of utopia. Anyway I think the original question is rhetorical, but not runs away from the reality of the line of thought, since there are other acquaintances that comes with strength, but soon die at birth cases. As I said earlier, I hope they succeed. It's good for everyone.
MadManAce: For Windows CS6:
Mac CS 6:
Use these links to download compressed folders and extract before installing to computers that are not connected to internet.
Sure. Just shared my experience. But in computer science, each case can be a different matter.
I think they are a opportunity venture capitalists that don't care squat about photography. BUT, if we can get advantages from this, who cares? Let's wait and see. the market always have other options, they are not the main as such has to show added value to the existing market.
One of my computers that is not connected to the internet, simply an editing station. For the others was not necessary this type of installation. The link works perfectly, was installed with success. Thanks
Good to see competition, I hope Kodak make the market and other manufacturers to rethink the policy of prices and products. I hope they succeed, regardless the type of market they are thinking. That helps put prices M4:3 in its right place, from manufacturers already well know, there is an abuse in price manipulation.
Digitall: Interesting comparation from RX100:
RX100 I 78% Silver AwardRX100 II 79% Silver AwardRX100 III 82% 82% Gold Award - First RX100 with Gold here.
I think there was a further evolution of the model I to II, due to sensor and not only, however it only takes one percentage point more than I version.
Previous cameras did not take gold, being an innovative and unrivaled far camera, as now, because only now RX100 takes gold.The medals worth the importance that we want to give, but I can not stop watching these developments with curiosity. The RX100 has always been ahead of the competition. And the other manufacturers have not bothered to put it on the market a rival since first model of RX100 I. I think they all deserve gold in its time, unfortunately there is no competition in its category and Sony know take advantage of this in the price, about ~23% more than the version I.
Yes, unfortunately the competition insists on not attack this series even after two years .
Interesting comparation from RX100: