Can't say I'm impressed. Maybe I'm wrong, but the whole interview struck me as a 'smoke & mirrors' excuse approach by a corporation hell bent on taking even more of your money. They're attempt to explain this away will only cause even more negative backlash and suspicion towards Adobe and their other products.
But on a positive note, there is an opportunity now for someone to step up and take a shot at winning over lost Adobe customers.
I don't do street photography because I don't want the hassle of dealing with complete strangers who are most likely going to be suspicious of me and not want to sign a model release. I suspect this guy is the same way, so he took the easy way out and does it secretly without permission or approval. Basically a roving peeping-tom. I have to say, what he is doing is a real "cheap shot". (no pun intended)
I realize this sounds cool for some folks, but really? You're going to become even more of a slave to Facebook? Try lifting your head up from your phone for more than 5 seconds and look at the real world! I think you'll find a lot of wonderful things to experience! Thankfully this "spyware app" can't be installed on my DSLR, because I just don't do the whole "cell phone addiction" thing where I have to "share" the most trivial and insignificant parts of my life to the world every 2 minutes. (As if anyone is really interested in that!) And won't something like this app totally eat your battery life?
Good grief. Nikon has made scopes for many, MANY years. This is NOT news and has no business being posted here, other than to fulfill someone's need at Amazon/DPReview to push their personal agenda.
I find this entire product/kit intriguing and enjoyed the review. But I have to say the price is just simply way too high for me. It's not something I'd use very much and could never justify spending that amount of money for so little use. The price would be better suited at about half at around $225.
To do nothing and watch someone die when you could have tried to help is patheticly inhuman. To have your first instinct be to take a picture before you do nothing to help, is even worse. (It's nobody's "job" to stand by and do nothing while someone is killed when you could have helped in that 22 seconds prior to the death.)
The color scheme is HORRIBLE and hard on my eyes! The black background everywhere makes the blue, white, yellow text just "blast" into my eyes to the point that I don't stay on the DPReview site nearly as long as I used to.
Also, the center area where the posts are is not wide enough. Post headings are short and getting wrapped. You have plenty of room so widen things out!
KHemmelman: Am I misreading something? It states "11 point AF system" but only the "center" point is a cross type? And then it's only 'vertical line sensitive' with a f/2.8 lens?? My 40D has 9 cross type points. What gives with the 6D? Is there really only 1 cross type on this camera???
T3, sorry but my point wasn't immediately clear. It's not the number of AF points, it's the 'type' that I'm questioning. My 40D seemingly has 8 addtional cross type focus points that this 6D doesn't and my 40D is how many years old now? And the single cross point that the 6D has is only vertical line sensitive with a f/2.8 or faster lens? Either I'm missing something or Canon has screwed the pooch on this one.
Am I misreading something? It states "11 point AF system" but only the "center" point is a cross type? And then it's only 'vertical line sensitive' with a f/2.8 lens?? My 40D has 9 cross type points. What gives with the 6D? Is there really only 1 cross type on this camera???
I think Bibble users are in for disappointment now that Corel is in the picture. Regardless, I'm glad I switched to Lightroom over a year ago.
Some great suggestions on apps. I have Sundroid and LightTrac and highly recommend these.
This camera kind of sounds interesting as something to play with, but looking at their examples, it appears to have a lot of CA and image softness, so I don't know for sure what I personally might use it for.
I went to their website and can't find what the image resolution is of the photos. Does anyone know what the heck size the images are that come out of this thing? (How can they not post the image size in their specs? What's the big secret?)
It appears you "must" use their software to process the image and get something usable like a JPG, but the software is only currently for the MAC so for a Windows user like me this thing isn't even an option right now.