I still use the boxed version of Aperture (comes on a DVD) and so I can not upgrade to 3.5. This update only works with an AppStore license! Bummer
I would expect are more clunky "prism" housing, maybe full metal ... ?
hud80: The best review is from the real users. Yesterday I have looked for the Amazon.com. d600 has 4 star rating on average, and all 1 to 3 stars which is 70 reviews out of 223 (31%) complains about horrible dust and oil issues. As already noted here, it is ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS that DPR does not take that into account, this must be a very-very serious concern!On the other hand, Canon 6d has only 6 out of 58 2-3 stars rating (none of 1) and average of 4.5. None of the users with 2-3 rating report any technical problems, just complaining about setting up wi-fi (RTFM!), of course comparing to d600, etc.
count me in. The 6D is my upgrade from the 5D – I love the silent shutter!
I use a 50 mm macro lens in combination with a light pano head. The provides outstanding resolution as well
I will buy it, had the chance to play and shoot with the lens today. Impressive results.
tonywong: Would like to see an announcement for Aperture 4 or whatever they want to call it. Lens corrections and better de-noising features please. And more performance too!
Is there an elegant way to use Capture One and leaving Aperture?
Roadtripper: I'm disappointed in Apple for making this update exclusive to OS 10.7.4. I like Snow Leopard, and yes, I DID try OS Lion for a while. I'm not a Lightroom 4 user, but I will check it out now. If Adobe stays compatible with older Apple OS's I may just switch.
Incredible enough to cut off 10.6 users. This is a real shock for me.
Seems to be ideal for discrete photography, thanks to the viewfinder.