Love the newest firmware update (1.03) fixes the "sticky ISO" settings.
Wish they would make the manual Zoom button (AEL/AFL) programmable also (or instead of) the RAW button though. All in all great cam in between my iPhone and DSLR.
ktzuguttenberg: I photographed several days here at the Baltic Sea in the blazing sun:
Have had mine since December and no orbs.
Please Apple...need RAW support in Aperture for the X10 already!
FraserTK: If your expecting to be able to take a photo with this camera at night, you may be very disappointed. When you read the spec's this camera has a nice 30 second exposure, F/2 aperture, ISO 6400+, which is more than enough. All great until you realize you can only take a 30 second exposure on ISO 100, anything higher and the shutter speed is limited ISO 200 ~ 15 seconds, ISO 400 ~ 8 seconds, etc... Currently there is no notice about this - and I feel the camera is misrepresented. Great during the day thou.
Can't agree more...love the camera, which looks nearly perfect on paper, but this definitely impacts long exposure in a negative way.
I thought the MegaPixel War was over a long time ago...
Anybody else worried THIS high of resolution will do more harm than good? I always read that you get diminishing returns when adding more pixels onto the same size sensor and some artifacting will occur at some point.
Guess we'll see, but seems that 36.3MP is better for selling more cameras and stacking up better on paper versus competitors in this class from the likes of Canon than for IQ results, especially considering that low light, high ISO performance is the loser when crazy high MegaPixel is the goal.
Can't wait to hear other thoughts on this