g2iSite: Maybe a stupid question, but how do you adjust the aperture without an aperture ring on the X bodies?
The X 1 pro allows adjustment from the back of the camera with all lenses with or without a ring. The aperture ring on the lens does nothing but send information back to the camera to set the aperture. If you are in a fixed ISO and you have the Dynamic Range adjustment turned off, you can simply used the buttons on the side of the menu button to move the aperture. This works with all lenses.
MiTaka: No internal LUT adjustment is sad, and really this should be standart feature for monitors like that. With open drivers, Dell do You hear the last part!
The i1DisplayPro is a very reasonably priced professional quality calibrator. As far as the Open Source drivers you request, it is important to remember that these lut commands are complex and not part of any standard. This results in service calls that the manufacturer of the display cannot answer. Also, it is not just the lut commands, but the device interface. These systems all use USB because of the massive problems with DDC/ci drivers on most Windows Graphic cards.
AngryCorgi: This is probably a big deal to the 5 people who actually bought a Lytro.
I own a lytro and use it and enjoy it. I also own a D800 and an M9. The Lytro interested me because of the infrastructure that they built and the server based technology that allows you to post an image that requires massive processing on any web based application. The social aspects of the camera are similar to instagram and other photo processing apps that most snobs that post in these forums wouldn't use. I was quite surprised that they got funding to do this project. They've done a fine technical job. This type of technology has deep uses in medical imaging as well as micro topographical mapping. It isn't suited for the typical photographer....