What a beautiful life...
and the I think of bail outs and my day is ruined again...
Wow they are so righteous!!!
Like that will make anybody believe more in the "truth" they are reporting...
16GB per second... and here I am watching a web version that stutters.LOL!
Their future user base is surely going to be lower. Even though it may look tempting to current users.Most people pirated the software, some of them late buying it doing business with it.Today people have a growing number of apps, filter smart effects to aid them in their creations.
Sure you can't do anything, but the industry changes. PS UI is obsolete as it is to people not accustomed to it.
With this move they are just making learning the software more difficult.
They should offer a 2yera plan for new personal users. Today it is a piece of cake to confirm ones identity
Just one problem... You must wait for that fly to come to you, and strike a pose holds still while you twist the focus and shoots...
Only if I'm on a fixed income and not payed by results or stuck on a deserted island with my gear...
And this takes place in America?Lawsuit waiting to happen IMO.
Don't think so? Does he get out of the car and asks for proprietary usage of the photograph?
AV Janus: I must say i am surprised. They receive only 50% ??How much did they get on Getty?
20% should go to the stock company... they do less than career managers...80% should be illegal...
so this is $100 for a card that claims "up to 45 MB/s" whereas it is really more closer to 10-20MB/s...Probably way less cause you need a good reader, software in your phone, could supporting adapter.
When will they (SD consortium) finally do something useful like a true and dependable minimum speed rating that all must adhere.They just keep inventing names, and new designations and manufacturers play aroun those rules on semantics, cheating the less educated consumer.
On a brighter note, oppression on photography gear in silly places like malls and other venues will become rather silly when these high res wearable cameras go into the wild.
I can't see many charges sticking on an argument such a s this: "yeah but thats a DSLR and it can record in 36MP and provide terrorists with more vital data than a walk around wearable 5-15MP camera."
When truth is a person could stitch a 360deg high res panorama with a wearable cam and nobody would even notice...
I must say i am surprised. They receive only 50% ??How much did they get on Getty?
I just know that they are soon going to make glasses that will virtually HDR your world in real time!
It's not just Laos thats cheap to build in.In Portugal Leica just opened a 52.000m2 factory for 720 workers.
Price tag €23 mil...http://leicarumors.com/2013/03/22/leica-camera-ag-opens-new-plant-in-portugal.aspx/#comments
Only $6.3mil budget?What will they make? Nikon key-chains?
LOL! Seriously that is refreshing to see. A realistic figure for a change.They could have easily said $63Mil and nobody reading it would have thought twice about it.
I guess Laos adjusted the kickback going rate to todays low economy... They really must feel the axe of the people to do that... ;-)j/k
Someone needs to hack up a module like this for a D800....
That picture looks familiar...is that just a simulation or did they actually take that shot?
BobYIL: (Let me post here too..)
Remarkable that Nikon began concentrated on Toshiba sensor for DX products, first the D5200 today the D7100. I am sure they have some sound reasoning for not employing 24MP-DX Sony sensor anymore. Now a probability comes to mind: Is Toshiba working on the next generation FF-sensors for Nikon?
LOL! Thats brilliant!This way it looks like its something special. Like not SONY. hahaha!
But any way it doesn't matter for the actual photographer...
SLOtographer: I like the idea of EM5 5-axis IBIS and f1.2 (with the DOF of f2.4 on FF). That means you can slow the shutter, keep ISO down, and still get enough stuff in focus. Lots of creative possibilities!
I can see that you only live on paper. Cause that, "no creative possibilities" statement with a pathetic try to use math to convince us you are right, definitely can mean only that.
AV Janus: Why doesn't the 75-300mm have a cosmetic ring to hide that ugly hood thread.Does it come with a hood!
THAT would be the biggest surprise from CP and Olympus!
14-42 has one and no you dont need a honking hood on the lens.When the issue arises just shield it with a hand, :-P
But I understand their thinking of not prettying up this lens with a cosmetic ring. It is more of a specialty tool than a kit lens. If you are using it it is more likely that you are planing the shot not worrying about the looks.
I just hope there is a hood included and not "available only" at $50 extra. If that is the case I will take the pretty ring and use my hand in those 1 out og 100 shots that need it.
Why doesn't the 75-300mm have a cosmetic ring to hide that ugly hood thread.Does it come with a hood!
Also gotta love this nice press release without any link to Giottos page...
And you just gotta love a product launch that isn't even mentioned on their 95' looking web page...