Cal22: Looks nice, but when it comes to downloading they say:
"Requires 8GB of RAM and a 64-bit operating system. Windows 7 or higher.."
What a pity!
works just fine on lower ram
mdmiataman: Its a scam. Nobody in this day and age gives away free software unless they want to get something else back from you in return. You get a very pretty page stating you are the proud owner of a Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition and showing you a long series of numbers as your License Number. Then when you go back a second time to open it up it asks for a sign on, prompting you to add your license number. That page won't accept the numbers that you're given. Bottom line is you have a 30 day trial program,.. DPREVIEW,... you should be ashamed of yourself for letting your readers this this is a free software,..!!
its not a scam
I got it a few months ago when it was on offer for free, works great, its not crashed once.
Robert Deutsch: Does anyone know if ACR 7.4 supports the RX100 II? If not, and Adobe forces you to buy into Photoshop CC, I would consider that a major reason not to upgrade from the RX100.
I doubt it will as the camera isnt even out yet,but the next upgrade to ACR will im sure
would have got a X10 if it wasn't for the orb issue so may get one of these
why android 2.3 though? that's well out of date
thats one ugly camera
are the new x10 now in the shops have the new sensor yeti dont want to buy one only to have to send it back to them.is there a way to tell if the camera has the new sensor?thanks
don't like the idea of a touchscreen on my DSLRits bad enough keeping the screen on my phone clean.don't what greasy finger marks allover my camera too
couldnt see anything here in nottinghama cloudy night
any news on an android version?
gulffish: I don't see this as a win for Fuji. The new sensor's overall IQ is inferior to the original sensor. I'd keep the old!
well i was going to buy one of these today but i think i'll wait nowuntil i know for sure the ones in the shops have this new sensor
does it really matter