It's still too low resolution for serious use, but at least they're working on the software to provide new viewing techniques, albeit limited to using the data available. The grasshopper shows this could be fun for macro shots if they provide an "everything in focus" option. When we can have a one or two megapixel version it could become very cool...
Paradigm Grower: Judging by the time it takes to load anything, they seem to be generating a lot of interest. Either that, or the applet is just lame - literally in this case.
There's just a lot of data for this 'technique', even if the resolution is small :-/
Dreat shot, well done.It would be well worth applying a bit of noise reduction to it...
Well, I suppose it does have three advantages over the 24-105 and 24-70 f/2.8...Size and weight, up to date IS, and macro.But I'll stick with the other two.
Yes, N°1 for me :-)
At least you got this good one!
Well done, that 10mm is getting some great use!(I would darken the foreground to subdue the artificial lighting effect that draws the eye away form the lightning a bit).Love the little trees outlined on the ridges :-)
Well done in getting the right position and composition.
Love the way it lights up those puddles.
That 14mm gets put to good use!
Bien chopé, cet éclair qui transperce le nuage !
Well set up and captured, very cool shot!
You've even got the moon helping out with the lighting, well captured!
Nice one, nice one!;-)
Lightning is one of my favourite type of lighting, and usually needs some thought and patience to get good shots like this, well done!
pen araneae: Thanks, it was kind of lucky to get the damselfly in focus.
One where you were ready to let the luck help you.Unusual and cool view :-)