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On article Adobe Lightroom launches for Apple TV (23 comments in total)
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Alex Efimoff: Unless for me. I only work with RAW files in batches of 200-400 photos and don't use their online storage.

We're so glad you chimed in about a product that wasn't meant for you.

Link | Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 22:59 UTC
On article Second time lucky? A closer look at Sony's new RX1R II (533 comments in total)
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lumberjack63: Who needs such a camera ? (exactly this ...)
Fixed lens
35 mm
5 fps
(plus: extraordinary price)
Who / where is the target group ?

I used to carry around several lenses. Then I did an analysis in Lightroom of my keepers — the vast, vast majority of them were taken at ~35mm. So I dumped the lenses (and the bag to hold them) and off I go with a single camera (the RX1). No fuss, no lugging, no juggling, just great shots.

We don't all need zoom lenses, even when we think we'll use them.

Link | Posted on Oct 16, 2015 at 18:32 UTC
On article Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 Review (351 comments in total)
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compay: in my opinion, this is the way a micro 4/3/aps camera's should look like, Small, silent, capable, light.

I have seen too many quite big micro 4/3 camera's with very loud shutters. People who own these camera's laugh at big full frame dslr's and instead they buy a less capable but still quite big micro 4/3 camera with those long ugly slow zoom lenses.

I have a canon 5d mark3 and with the 40 2.8 it's a great combo….i want a really small camera beside that…have the sony rx100 now…and quality is "great" and camera is small….but with the lens out it's still very visible….such a pity that there are no aps or 4/3 camera's with a fixed fast lens.

this panasonic gm-1 comes really close to what i want.

The Fuji X100S, among others, offers a fixed lens with APS-C sensor. Admittedly it's a good bit heftier than the GM1, but they're on the right track as it's relatively flat (no lens jutting out).

Link | Posted on Jan 20, 2014 at 16:32 UTC
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