DaveKaiPiper: I really do this is the way forward. 3d is pretty bad in an fairness and just is not an option for a home or house.
Also.. I wonder what this would be like to edit photography on ? Are there any graphics cards that could handle it ??
I can see this being big in photo galleries. :-)
Welcome to unscaled photos on monitors.
Pretty cool. Although design is not for everybody. But hey its just design. If the concept survives. there will be others coming. :-)
I would really like to see a few more lens converters from fuji. A 50mm and 85mm teleconverter and wider than boring 28mm converter that they already have.
That would make this cam a great small and compact system. :-)
5 axis for video 3 axis for stills. -is that the same as OMD?I don't remember them ever making that statement for E-M5.
Season's Greetings to you all!
Wow! That sounds VERY politically correct... :-P
Output power or flash time duration lower than 1/16000? What is it?
Output power is easy to adjust with some filter but flash duration time is different...
These milestones mean nothing anymore. They happen every 1/2 year now.Wake us up when you reach 100mil and then leave it alone till 150mil at least.
This marketing trick is getting old.
S.A.: Photos of misery always seem to get high praise... Any dimwit with a camera phone could have gotten those. Nothing special about any of them. Just some a'hole who gets paid to capture someone else' personal tragedies. Gross. Time should have waited. I'm sure there are many pictures of the parents of children massacred in the Conn shooting available for Time magazines consideration. "Moved them the most" What a joke. Shouldn't even have a category like that.
+1 With the amount of opportunities for misery shots in todays world it would be more of a feat and good reporting to report good and nice things for a change. I am sure our collective minds would appreciate a positive thought once in a while. For the health of our minds.
I just love seeing these All-American photos.An all those conflict oriented pics to. It just warms my heart me that they always feature rebels in them.Funny how a country that was OK by all is suddenly demonized, and how we all document the struggle of the little man...
LOL, Looking at those pictures is like looking at a good, summer Hollywood movie.Oh, wait... duh!
I agree.A lot of people are sneering only out of their lack of creativity. Not knowing how to implement the new file and their capabilities into their own work.
Once some iPad App supports these files in a gallery by tracking your head gestures or just by monitoring the shakes of the iPad it will take off!That alone would make your pics look alive ! :-)
It might not be for "pro" work. But current "pro" requirement is not 3d and is mostly old boring 2D magazine type of work being done for decades.Things are changing... And lots of megapixels won't be the main deciding factor.
I wonder if that is the angle limitation of the perspective movement?
It would be even more cool if they vere to ling 4 cameras into a bigger cube and then do a stitch them and make an even more profound 3D effect.
I can see them doing this.
Who knows maybe in 4years will have perspective shift video that could be played and perspective made to follow your head movements ore even you around the room. :-)
I must say DOF is very small on those photographs.What is the 35mm equivalence of hte "sensor" in that Lytro gadget?
Lawrencew: Whilst there clearly some benefit in the remote wireless triggering, many of the options provided by the app are also provided by the Magic Lantern firmware if you can put that on your camera.
A key benefit of Magic Lantern in comparison is that options such as motion detection, facial recognition are enabled through the lens - hence they are based on what the lens sees, not the view from a mobile phone.
That said, there are going to be some situations where triggering based on what the mobile phone sees rather than what the camera sees can have other uses.
You talk and sound like everybody in the world only use Canon cameras, like you I guess.Funniest thing is you made that obvious by never even mentioned Canon in your post.
Kind of like many Americans on forums think internet is only populated with other Americans... :-P
Wheel wear? Seriously?It must be putting some serious miles to show any wheel wear. hahaha!
What use is this CEA and others if anybody can still call it anything they want?Its like they deliberately leave glaring loop holes...
God bless these non important agencies and standard makers!My they forever leech their fat paychecks from whichever sucker pays them.
I am sure we are all paying for the pleasure to read from time to time about their hard working and well deserved accomplishments at least every few years!
+1000 For the low light mode.I hope it will be the same scene just re-shot through the ISO later in low light situation!
and +500 for making the new scene flat. :-)
Apart from the cool smaller files option I find the HDR and in camera crop retaining a much more useful features!
I just wished more manufacturers offered DNG as shooting option. Who does support it?Or are we gonna have to wait 3zears for Leica's new M to see this in real life?
Gotta love that bluish shadow cat from the semi opaque background...Useless for decent result... hahaha but a nice try
motobloat: OK here is a BIG PROBLEM / BUG whatever
EVEN IF YOU DELETE AN IMAGE FROM YOUR GALLERY, IT WILL STILL REMAIN IN YOUR POSTS FOREVER.
Since they switched to the new post editor, it makes a permanent COPY of your image from your gallery, and embeds it in the post.
The old forum didn't do this - it DIRECTLY posted the gallery image.
So watch yourselves. Before you embed an image into a post, make sure you want it to be found on this forum FOREVER.
That is not a bug.That is a fair feature, because if you search for image samples, and end up in a thread talking about what you are looking for images will still be there now.This way they don't disappear if a user fills up his gallery to fast and has to delete files.
So where promised is the "go to first unread post" option for threads I posted in?
Is "Next New" supposed to be that?If yes, then It doesn't work... I don't know what it does actually...
There should be a link for this feature in the "my recent forum activity" section, like there is on vbulletin forums...
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