photoshack: I have it, have had Pro before, and don't know any actual Pros that use it. The uploader is annoying as it is trying to suck up any card or device it sees...not my style.
The uploader does not try to suck up any file, it just uploads new files in the (sub)directory it is monitoring
Jim Salvas: I mistakenly let that auto uploader take over and it uploaded thousand of template and system images. It's a pain to have to delete them and now my private photostream is clogged with lots of pics of patterns, blue skies, textures and such. I'd pay a little to get Flickr to autodelete them.
The uploadr makes sets with the name of the directory the file is in, so it should be easy to delete files from a specific directory
The autouploader worked well, I used it to automatically backup my jpg files, very convenient. Probably this made it too easy to upload a lot of files.
TrapperJohn: Looks nice, but it also looks like a standard large, fat DSLR with a retro body. I'd love to dig my old F3 out and use it with a digital back (now there's an idea) but this doesn't really advance the state of the art any.
Is Nikon missing the point? The Oly EM5 wasn't successful because it looked like an OM1. It was successful because it was smaller, quite a bit smaller, and so are the lenses. It may look old, but it's packed with new ideas. And it's the new, interesting approach that makes it appealing, especially the lack of bulk that makes using it less of a chore and more, well, fun.
Look at the Canon 100D, it can be D7100 size
praktinafan: I still use the boxed version of Aperture (comes on a DVD) and so I can not upgrade to 3.5. This update only works with an AppStore license! Bummer
It is possible: change the language to English and restart. After that you can update.
It's too small. I would like to have space for a jacket/sweater and some food as well