Rooru S: Why there is no mention about the upcoming Zeiss Planar 50mm f/1.4 SSM?
Scroll down until you see the lens rendering.
DPR never posts development announcements.
Yet again $1=1Eur.
No, VAT does not explain it.
Some companies never learn.
DPR: link to www.dxo.com does not work.
I'm allergic to all Canon cameras.
JasperD: So, PSE10 users are left in the cold??? I mean, that one isn´t that old yet, and there´s no upgrade spotted on the horizon that I can see. Not that I´d like to upgrade only to get ACR7.1 for X-Pro1 support, but that aside. :(Oh well, might decide as well that I´ve had it with Adobe, here´s hoping for Aperture not to wait too long (and also doing a bit better, please).
DNG is RAW converted to TIFF type file.
PSE 10 users can use DNG converter for FREE.
Jerry 39: Does anyone know when camera raw will be available for the Nikon D3200 for lightroom.Thanks
Nikon D3200 was supported in LR 4.1 RC so it should be in this final version too.
l_d_allan: Clumsy update compared to other Adobe updates, imo. In the past, the application has more or less updated itself, handling the download and then the install. You did have to close open app(s), like Bridge or PS.
On this update, the choice to update took you to the applicable Adobe update page, and then a normal download happened. It then unzipped into a directory before proceeding.
And it was a HUGE file ...700+MB, which seems about as big as the original LR-4 install from the DVD.
Did a bit more checking ... both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions were downloaded and unzipped. And both setup##.exe files were left where they were unzipped rather than being cleaned up.
And then the setup##.exe "expands" to a .msi file. Seems shoddy. Sigh.
I have used LR only from 3.0 version but I think all LR updates have been full versions.
Not a big deal for me.
Archer66: Ping DPR,
Any info if there will be a battery grip available ?
rttew: so, sony, how many firmware updates will it take to get this one right???
Probably a lot less than Canon to get it right with 7D .
RadPhoto: There is more Sony cameras than lenses.
"With ultra-detailed 1440k dot resolution and a 100% field of view, it rivals quality optical viewfinders. There’s a choice of selectable high-resolution information displays with a wide viewing-angle to help consumers shoot with confidence, including a digital level gauge and framing grid. Information can be displayed either directly in the viewfinder or on the angle-adjustable 7.5 cm (3.0-type) Xtra Fine LCD™ display."
Only first link at "We'll take a look at the following features:" works correctly.
EDIT: DStudio already reported this earlier.
Great news, Thank you Adobe.
Confused of Malvern: Ok, at the risk of sounding stupid......what's an avatar and who was Gravatar?
Avatars are something that a 13 year old might have.
aaanorton: $200 for an application that performs exactly one function? Should be free. Shoulda been included with original release.
You mean like GP-E1 GPS receiver fro Canon 1DX ? Oh wait...
aardvark7: I don't know about other makes, but the main issue for me using third party lenses on a Sony is that the data for the lens in the microadjust system is not always correct.Consequently, adjusting for one can overwrite that for another lens, leaving focus errors.If Sony were to release all the background information and I could be sure of no conflicts, this would be of interest. As it is, Sony won't guarantee the body will support the lens properly and Tamron will almost certainy say their lens will work correctly, leaving the customer to discover the truth for himself!
Can't blame Sony for Tamrons unwillingness to get a license so Tamron can release lenses with proper unique ID.
Not to mention leaving VC out but still having same price.
Shame on Tamron !
Dont care about books, maps or video but otherwise looks to be a must have release.
pacogwapo: whoahhh Gorgeous!
Actually, that red "Nikon" stripe on the grip is butt ugly :)
What happened to CFast ?
First sentence has a typo DG -> DC
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