The monkey got a lawyer!
iAPX: I appreciate when companies fix firmware for cameras that are nor more sold, as Fuji have done, and others: it's commitment to the consumers that paid for it.
And they fix it for free!
ZJ24: Amazed this can be accomplished with a firmware update, makes you wonder what else might be achieved in future. Depends on what a company is willing to offer I guess, without wanting to sacrifice sales of a new release.
Once upon a time Canon has increased image buffer size by firmware upgrade :)
In press release title: "Free Firmware Updates Coming for Additional Models ..."
It is a FREE firmware update! Enjoy it.
I want this one plus 1/4"-20 screw on 7 foot fishing rod
V-log feature is sold out for introductory price $100. Next batch comes for $200.
They will eventually come up with subscription based firmware upgrades for just $49.99 per year. Bargain!
RedFox88: This kills the Canon N that had a square sensor and screen.
It doesn't have square sensor
CaMeRa QuEsT: Didn't an editor from DP previously wrote that it was site policy not to report on rumors? Is this some kind of paid Fujifilm survey concealed as news/rumor/what have you? What is going on here?
A rumour in DPR news means there is no pre-production device under preview.
maximme: toyota contribution hereis a mere MOUNT ? ? ?
no, they make a huge truck attached to the mount
maxnimo: 1 million minutes? Not impressed. Now if they had 60 million seconds, I'd be very impressed.
I can watch it in less than 700 days
Graham Gibson: The non-stick selfie-stick.
Please add Lily Light to autonomously track and dramatically illuminate Lily Сamera's subject.
Antony John: Love it that Tamron/Sigma et al are putting pressure in the majors - Canikon.Exceptionally good news for the consumer - for a change ;-)
bad news - only one corner is better
ovatab: congrats, Adobe! well done. few products names are commonly used as verbs.
congrats, Adobe! well done. few products names are commonly used as verbs.
crowdsorced QC again
what about uncarpeted wooden floor?
Francis Carver: These whatyoumacallit "upper entry level" (ha-ha-ha-ha) DSLR cameras are getting mighty pricey as of late.
because they're getting closer to lower-enthusiast-level cameras