robb58: I've been using Creative Cloud for that past 10 months and I love it. As I'm a multimedia designer and photographer I've signed up to the full package and it represents a massive saving compared to buying the full creative suite - to me, it's a no-brainer. As a CC subscriber I'm automatically notified of Software updates so I'm always ahead of the game compared to conventional CS users, and I get extra software and access to facilities not normally available to traditional Adobe product users.Purely from the photographers point of view the Photoshop CC is a massive saving, and if you're also thinking of using your DSLR for video you get premiere pro and after effects as part of the full bundle, giving you top notch video editing capabilities.The subscription route has now made the full adobe suite much more affordable for me and a justifiable business expense. To me, the only real loser is going to be the cracked software user.
Reads like an Adobe press release. If this is such a great option for professionals, then by all means offer it to professionals. But I fail to see why I should not have the option to buy the software rather than to rent?
Did you know that Foxit is a nice free alternative to Adobe PDF Reader? Switch before they make Adobe Reader a monthly subscription.
Does he talk like that live or is this a written interview edited by Legal? Won't pay them on a monthly Basis.
Guess I will stick with my current version as long as it works and then look for alternatives. May be Adobe management should talk with Microsoft management about their Windows 8 experience.
mcslsk: Available in Europe from December. German price: €3100, uff :-(
You think it comes with a different lens in the US? :-)
Available in Europe from December. German price: €3100, uff :-(
I am tempted. If it is faster than than G1X, I may just go for it. I was really hoping that Canon would be going in this direction.
Even at ISO 200, there is a lot of detail lost to ...? I don't know, is it the lens, or ACR?
Kidraver: I am weighing up buying one for street use, maybe some camera designer will come up with the ultimate street shooter, something discreet, the flippy screen is handy, the tuff body is a boon, the slow focusing is a no,no. the big sensor makes the effort rewarding, but yea a small fast to use street shooter, thats what i would like.
Look no further, AF speed is just fine for street photography
JacobGreen: How much is it. I want to buy a camera, one of the most important thing is that the price must within my price range.
Go to Google, type G1X, or check with a dealer close to you
mike kobal: Hi guys, got mine today-a loaner- just posted the first set of photos, if you are interested- check them out on my bloghttp://www.mikekobal.com/blog/?p=4052you can click through to flickr and download the orig files, please don't repost the photos. Thanks!
And one image shows the 4/4 cover page of the daily news.
Joe11: Simply add same sensor type of the X-Pro1 in a little bit smaller size to the X10, increase the price of this new X10 by maybe 200-300 Euros. Then all will be happy! This is what most are dreaming about! Hopefully Fujifilm also reads this post and proceeds accordingly. Thank you very much in advance.
4x zoom extreme?
mcslsk: It all comes down for me to IQ/size/price. IQ is very good, size without a good pancake zoom bigger than what I would be looking for, price way higher than any difference in IQ there may be between this and the G1X.
It's good to go for IQ. Still wonder who the target customer group is at this price. It is not a bird (compact), it's not a plane ( fast DSLR), it is Supercamera (IQ and price).
If Fuji manages to make it a 2.0 zoom at the same size, range and IQ (which I doubt) you will hear my praise.
That's what Canon has done with the G1X. The trick for Fuji will be to develop a decent zoom lens for that size of sensor in a small camera.
Seahster: Hi everyone,
I've been a happy owner of the X-Pro1 for a few weeks now, and have been shooting and documenting my thoughts on this camera on http://handcarryonly.com/tagged/fuji in case anyone is interested.
I would say it is not a camera for everyone and every situation but for street and travel photography, it is where it truly excels, with the high IQ and low weight package.
I have some images of mine on the Canon forum. I do like the look and feel of the images that you have taken a lot.
The zoom lens of the G1X is excellent. Let's see what Fuji will offer.
boho: dpreview: "... and comfortable rubber grips"sorry mates! I don't buy it. it looks to me almost as impossible to hold the G1X with one hand by the grip as it is to hold the G12, which, by the way, is impossible. and this is a big set-back for me, because a camera with tilting screen can't hang on your neck, because the strap hangs in between the screen and your eyes. and if you can't hold in one hand by the grip, so how do you hold it? this is just a lousy ergonomy.
It may look impossible to you - but did you try it? I can hold the camera with my right hand just fine. Thumb on the back, pointer finger on shutter release, rest of fingers (3 in my case) on front around grip.
It all comes down for me to IQ/size/price. IQ is very good, size without a good pancake zoom bigger than what I would be looking for, price way higher than any difference in IQ there may be between this and the G1X.
Great images, and the low light, high ISO is performance of the cam is great. I've been looking at the NEX7, the G1X and the X-pro1 and decided for the G1X because of size/IQ combination (and, I must admit, price).