Flashback: Nice try Fuji, but Panasonic are already talking 8K
I'm going to wait until 24K comes out, then I can by a TV 30 foot wide.
Cihangir Gzey: X-Pro3 with below features will make it a real competitor against anything:-IBIS (those shakes in the sample videos are unacceptable EVEN for touristic snaps; Sony and Canon-also said to be Olympus and Panasonic - have awesome IBIS)-4K-Big batteryYES, Samsung NX1 brought all of them last year :(P.S. Almost 1500 comments so far. Fuji is a popular brand (I didn't have a failed Fuji; very reliable products).
Fuji have announced that the X-mount is not compatible with IBIS.
Flashback: When asked how many musicians in their band, the reply was 3 and the drummer:-(
Oh, I like a good drummer joke. FDor instance: How do you tell if the stage is level? The drummer is drooling from both sides of his mouth.
And you know what they say: What do Ginger Baker and black coffee have in common?
They both suck without Cream.
It looks really good, the choice of film simulations really appeals, Fuji are really getting this system together now. Just IBIS to go and it'll become one of the big three.
LOL, I thought it was great, but then I am a drummer....
Very good, nice to see a genuine born photographer and one who enjoys it so much. Her enthusiasm is infectious.
Forever, or at least until the next upgrade....
Clearly they read my previous post and decided a pop-up flash would be a good idea after all.
Hugo808: Why does anyone think they need exposure compensation in M mode? Think about it.....
But disabling it seems pedantic.
If I designed a camera it would disable auto ISO when M mode was engaged. old school...
Why does anyone think they need exposure compensation in M mode? Think about it.....
Eh, how? Get out and shop you skinflints!
Hugo808: Here's my gripe: The new anti-haze tool is only available if you pay the CC subscription of Lightroom and doesn't appear on the desktop version. Grrr.
I think you do care or you wouldn't respond. Be a sucker for manipulative marketing if you like but if Adobe drop the desktop version of Lr they lose me as a customer.
You must revel in being a sucker. Enjoy your gouging at the hands of marketers.
I have paid for it. Duh.
In other words, you can have any colour you like as long as it's black...
You mean a future version like the one that exists now and could get if I paid a bit more but yet still calls itself Lightroom 6.4?
And why is anyone defending their deliberate customer gouging anyway, do you all work for Adobe or something?
Why should they? Because I paid for it! You call it marketing, I call it shameless blackmail to try and persuade me to spend more money than I want to for what is supposed to be the same program. The clue is the name.
Here's my gripe: The new anti-haze tool is only available if you pay the CC subscription of Lightroom and doesn't appear on the desktop version. Grrr.
Couldn't they have done a white lens for the money?