Den Sh: Sorry, but developers can't produce any meaningful improvement over default app because camera API is completely locked up. For example it's impossible to create application where you'll set manual exposure settings or capture images in RAW. Availability of advanced functionality for developers is the real problem number one.
645 Pro captures in what they call "RAW" it's really Tiff but A lot better then jpeg. If 645 Pro does not give meaningful improvement it sure unlocks a lot of meaningful features.
WoodWorks: How about an Aperture "lite" for iOS devices? And while we're at it, Aperture 4 for MacOS. Please!!!
An Aperture for iOS would be really nice.
Vinciego: That's freaking crazy that no any Apple user is not outraged about colors on Apple hardware. Nothing but the iMac 27" support AdobeRGB !
I have always used Mac Pros and any monitor I hook up supports AdobeRGB. I don't think it depends on the monitor you just need to calibrate the monitor in use and have the correct color profiles. This can be set in the system Preferences and almost all photo editing apps for monitor and printer.
One of my favorites also. I had the Olympus Four Thirds and grabbed the Micro Four Thirds as soon as it came out.
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