They're all good photos. Number 8 stands out for me - beautiful. Thanks!
david kohn: went on Adobe's site to buy update LR5 to LR6. Could not find it anywhere. Went to their chat help and they wasted my time asking me irrelevant questions and finally giving me another bad link. Shame on them!
Look in the comments below. Someone posted a link and instructions. Was very easy.
Very cool. His website is fantastic.
Nice photograph. But I like the non-saturated version on your website better.
straylightrun: What the? What a sellout.
I knew there were troops of expert photographers and a shiver of armchair attorneys on these forums. Caught off guard by the psychoanalysts.
So what is the difference between this announced SP3 and the one I purchased last summer?
A day early for April Fools Day.
Nice interview and story. Inspiring. And very nice photos on Flickr. Thanks!
Some of the images are a bit campy for my tastes, but nonetheless very well done. Thanks!
KodaChrome25: What's next? This. Only $45k!
But, still... only 1/10th a Hubble. Toy.
I assume you've been meaning to get a life. Now would be a good time.
Nice photos. I also very much like that first image.
Nice location change up.
How does it compare to Snapseed?
What's next? This. Only $45k!
retiredPhil: What I like: the industry leading zoom (of course), the articulating screen, the high resolution screen, macro focus range, EVF (optical would be better, but I've given up on that), time lapse.
Meh: ISO, built-in flash, continuous drive, video, USB 2.0 (when will they go to 3.0?), HDMI (does anyone actually show their pix/video directly onto TV?), no environmental sealing (would have been nice), wireless, remote control with smart phone (don't own a smart phone, the Nikon remote would have been nice)
What I don't like: small sensor, 2.8 max aperture (couldn't they do 2.0?), no RAW, no mic port (if you're going to do video, do it right), no GPS option.
The article says yes GPS. The specs say no. DPR?
grasscatcher: So, in their promo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8Ece4w3xx0 they show some decent (for a 1/2.33) pics shot with this cam, even up to 8000mm. They even shot some surfer action (reminded me of DPReview's A6000 hands-on vid). It would be nice to know what their keeper rate is/was! :þ
The photos and video do look good.
Huds: While everyone is bleating "No Raw?"I'm goin' "No Hotshoe??" .. "No manual zoom??"
Well, a flash that works at 20 miles might look like a searchlight. Forget the hotshoe. Just mount the camera onto the Klieg.
8000mm? 4x extender on the filter ring?