I have the Canon Pixma MG6220. Love the ouput (includes a gray ink cartridge) but it is an ink hog.
I hope they are shooting the next Star Wars movies with film. The last three were hard to watch and lacked any character.
Salah: 720p!!! really LG?
720p on a 5 inch device is more than enough. Of course, the low information consumer may think they really need 1080p.
I would have liked to have seem some data at 500mm. I'm thinking that's where this lens would be used most.
Is Kodak still "Kodak"? I wonder if the company sold the brand the same way Polaroid did.
tkbslc: So it's apparent Adobe has alienated the 50+ crowd. Hopefully the $10/mo plan will attract enough young people to make up for it.
I'm 50 and I have signed up. I think it's a good deal.
I was hoping to see little men come out with little brushes.
But can it play modern games such as BF4 at a decent frame rate?
I wonder of the effects on the brain long term. I would imagine it could be an issue having a WiFi and BT device so close for 8 hours.
I look forward to the dpreview review. Which I assume will be in around three years. :/
The vast majority of hardware can't handle 4K video decently. It'll be years for it to catch on, as with 1080p HD.
And all this time I thought they used a really big light tent with a bunch of lights surrounding it.
Mark Banas: It seems to accept, and trust, falsified EXIF info (via EXIFtool) with no problem, so my Pentax K-5 must actually be a 16MP Nikon D800? Not terribly sophisticated service...
Was your image given a green light?
I wonder if the results would be admissible in a court of law, either civil or criminal.
Requires 64 bit versions of Windows. Rats!
I'd like to take Photoshop lessons from Grimes.
Next up, honeymoon shoots.
Boww, chica, wow,wow.
As I read the comments below I am surprised by how many digital imaging experts, space flight experts and business experts we have on this board.
This could be a new ad campaign for Nikon.
"The D600, it won't burn your face and blind you".
At first I was skeptical of this business model from Adobe, but now I like it. Before the cloud I just couldn't see myself buying the full Photoshop product for $600 or so when something new would be out next year. Now for $12 a month I get PS CC and Lightroom 5.
I think that's a good deal.