Basic PP, so colour photographs only? What about panorama, since more and more cameras have a nice and easy to use (also for mom) built-in panorama function.
For all the folks still using 32 bit Windows 7 or 8.x
You can replace the 32 bit version by a 64 bit version with your current license key. AFAIK, the key is not related to 32 or 64 bit version, only to the fact that it is home/professional/ultimate/whatever edition. So you can legally download a 64 bit version of your current 32 bit Windows version and replace it.
Beware that you must replace the current installation, not put a 64 bit next to the 32 bit version.
ArturK: I just don't get it. If it has an EVF then why the translucent mirror? Can't the image from the sensor go directly into the EVF?
The image from the sensor does go to the EVF directly. The translucent mirror is just a beam splitter that splits off 30% of the incoming light to the AF module. The remainder goes to the sensor.
The mirror lens will be available in Sony Alpha mount, but which one? A-mount or E-mount?
Tough challenge, lots of really great photos.
A frog is not a reptile, but an amphibian.
Photomonkey: Did I miss the complaints about the lack of a FF sensor?
LOL. You have a point though: where is the Sony RX-1?
It can't get more Dutch than this. Windmills, a canal and a cloudy blue sky.
I have a suggestion: put in a rule that the picture may not have been used in a previous challenge. Otherwise I think we will see a lot af the shots used in previous stairs challenges ;-)
Black and white allowed?
EXX: Full again
A Stairs II in 2 weeks?
A part II of this challenge would be nice....
Do older generations bridge cameras like the Konica Minolta A1/A2 or the Canon Powershot Pro1 fit your definition of a superzoom?
Congrats. Very well done.
May I also use a Lego toy from my own childhood ;-)
Why only Canon EF- and Nikon F- mount, and no Pentax and Sony A-mount? Not a smart thing to do, exluding a number of potential customers for no good reason.
Black and white allowed or only colour photographs?