Tape5: So where are these places in this world again, whose people need, more than anywhere else to CONNECT to the rest of humanity?
Right…..disconnect them at once. The whole 213,000,000 of them.
Ha… that is better….
This is not "The Matrix"!
Paul Guba: You guys didn't know that dpreview is subsidiary of Canon. Well now you know.
Somebody, a few days ago about a Nikon camera Halloween costume, said the same thing but with Nikon/dpreview duet!! Y u so silly!!!
AnHund: First of all this is amazing technology. Incredible that the prototype is already there.
But does anyone know if it is possible to select a specific focus point and then save the picture as jpeg?
By the article you could tell that through the company's website you can make the selection and conversion certain image. You don't need to have a specific software to convert / open the images created by this camera great. But it would be great if when purchasing the camera it included the software to view or edit the images.
I agree with BG_CX3_DPREVIEW's comment! I think it would be more productive if you showed us how is the interactivity, the responsiveness of the camera, the time it takes to focus an action scene, the sound of it! Things that you can't get while reading a review/preview. But its a good idea! Looking forward to see what's to come.