Pentax_Prime: Websites based in the United States should probably work a little bit to give prices in DOLLARS. Just a thought.
Uk prices include sales tax (VAT) and us wages are very low for shop workers compared to Europe hence things cost more outside the US.
Great news. The family and I love instant photography and having a bit more control over the camera settings is welcome. Well done Fuji!
RichRMA: Could be worse. Remember Kentucky Fried Chicken changing to KFC to be more "hip?" That was about the time they "kiled off" (video-wise) Col. Sanders too.
I thought it was to hide the word "fried" which had become bad for business.
Peter KT Lim: Today if Zeiss are Sogoood, than they no need to be a third party lens maker, where is their proud Contax Camera? Clearly show their product is not competitive in today environment.
It is a laugh that today still got some great lenses discovery master post their so call expert experience on site telling Z is good and C is not so good.
Zeiss decided in the early 1970s to concentrate on their core business - optics. In the post war period zeiss ikon (their camera division) only made a profit in one year. The contax name was licensed by Kyocera and they made the cameras until they ceased production of cameras in 2005. it is a common business strategy to focus on what you are good at and Zeiss have done this very well - they are profitable. I would love a digital Zeiss Ikon contax rangefinder with the old contax lens mount to compete with the Leica m but i think it is not going to happen for the reasons T3 points out
WT21: To be really superficial, I think the name "Cornell Capra" is pretty cool :)
Great summary of the issues M Mitchell. I was educated in Australia and it was covered in English and History classes at high school. The historical analysis in the article was a bit off the mark as you point out.
rrr_hhh: "The negatives in the so-called 'Mexican suitcase' were from Capa's coverage of the Spanish Civil War. He travelled to Spain in 1936 and shot hundreds of rolls of film during the conflict, which these days is relatively little-known outside Spain."What !? Relatively little-known ? This can only be true for the Americans who were brainwashed by years of anti-communist propaganda and whose government cared for good relationships with fascist Franco government.
This tragedy is well known in the EU, where official government kept quiet while the progressists and democrates were massacrated. The controversy is still raging in Spain, where the history of those crimes need to be revisited.
I agree. It is very well known. Perhaps in the US it may not be well known but even then if you study English literature even at a high school level it usually comes up when discussing George Orwell and related authors. A basic high school European history course usually covers it as part of WWII. A lot of idealistic young men and women went to defend socialist & democratic ideals including the US Abraham Lincoln Brigade.
Phixer323: These stunning images are going force me to look back at mine from 68-69 (Chu Lai)! Like this photographer, my slides have been locked away for over forty years. I can't even imagine that they would even come close to these.
Your images are part of history. It doesn't matter if you followed the rule of thirds etc. Photographs are a window into the past and need to be preserved
A co-op makes a lot of sense. I have expecting one to emerge for some time. The artists should share in the profit and not just work for big business for pittance
Although controversial at least these photographs provoke strong feelings & thoughtful discussions. I agree with the poster below, from my professional work alcohol &/or drugs (esp speed and ice) play a big role in DV. They are great "enablers". I hope this spot light on DV helps raise awareness of DV issues - its the kids I really worry about.
Great news on the Fuji x trans sensor support
Great article could you please review other raw converters and photographic software in a similar way
Ray Sachs: I either own or have owned four of the listed cameras and shot a fair amount with a couple of others. I've been a mirrorless user for a couple of years (including m43 but not limited to it) and this is the first m43 camera that I'd have voted for as camera of the year. It's the first one that convinced large numbers of DSLR users to convert to mirrorless, including a few of my friends who wouldn't have considered it before. It's not as absolutely top-end capable as the highest end DSLRs, but considering all of the trade offs, the innovations in this camera, and how close it finally comes to the best available image quality, I think it's a good choice and represents something of a tipping point for mirrorless in general.
I agree I think we will look back on the OMD as the tipping point in mirrorless acceptance. I think we will be in for exciting times in the next few years as mirrorless improves further and starts replacing pro DSLRs. The first full frame mirrorless that is affordable and has good autofocus will be a game changer like the OMD has been this year.
where is the Fuji xpro 1 support apple? some one is asleep at the wheel
I've not been able to use this camera yet but the images people are producing are stunning. This grip looks like it addresses the concerns people have about holding this camera.
Any improvement in Fuji x-pro 1 support?
Any news on RAW Fuji x-pro 1 support?
any news on fuji xpro 1 support for RAW files? the website still has it as not supported but I am not sure which version of the software this is referring to.
any new medium format or 35mm film cameras?