JohnNewman

JohnNewman

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I believe the Leica branded version has slightly different body styling but an identical lens. Are there any other differences such as different colour rendering in its jpeg processing or in its 4k photo modes or indeed anything else that would justify the higher price? I'm not in the market at the moment so have no axe to grind - just wondering. Same query really with the Panny vs Leica versions of the LX100M2.

Link | Posted on May 12, 2020 at 08:02 UTC as 41st comment | 4 replies
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JohnNewman: Thanks Allison for pointing this out. Just one thought and that is do you (or anyone else) know if this editing is only available on the Photos app on the actual phone itself or is it available if the original is uploaded to one's IPad or (in my case) MacBook Air where I store all my originals whilst retaining smaller files on the the other devices?
As another poster says, isn't everything embedded in a single file?
Would be good to know as I never edit on my phone.
Cheers, John.

Thanks again to everyone commenting. The iPhone 11 is starting to look like a no-brainer.

Link | Posted on Oct 8, 2019 at 12:43 UTC
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JohnNewman: Thanks Allison for pointing this out. Just one thought and that is do you (or anyone else) know if this editing is only available on the Photos app on the actual phone itself or is it available if the original is uploaded to one's IPad or (in my case) MacBook Air where I store all my originals whilst retaining smaller files on the the other devices?
As another poster says, isn't everything embedded in a single file?
Would be good to know as I never edit on my phone.
Cheers, John.

Again a thank you Rishi. Would be good to know about the iPad if you get a chance.

Link | Posted on Oct 6, 2019 at 07:04 UTC
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JohnNewman: Thanks Allison for pointing this out. Just one thought and that is do you (or anyone else) know if this editing is only available on the Photos app on the actual phone itself or is it available if the original is uploaded to one's IPad or (in my case) MacBook Air where I store all my originals whilst retaining smaller files on the the other devices?
As another poster says, isn't everything embedded in a single file?
Would be good to know as I never edit on my phone.
Cheers, John.

Thanks, that will be good to try out. Thanks again for replying.

Link | Posted on Oct 5, 2019 at 08:14 UTC

Thanks Allison for pointing this out. Just one thought and that is do you (or anyone else) know if this editing is only available on the Photos app on the actual phone itself or is it available if the original is uploaded to one's IPad or (in my case) MacBook Air where I store all my originals whilst retaining smaller files on the the other devices?
As another poster says, isn't everything embedded in a single file?
Would be good to know as I never edit on my phone.
Cheers, John.

Link | Posted on Oct 4, 2019 at 17:17 UTC as 21st comment | 8 replies
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photo perzon: Does this fix the 7 Plus problems?

Which are what? And why would you think Lightroom would help?

Link | Posted on Oct 5, 2016 at 08:45 UTC
On article Fujifilm X-T1 Review (655 comments in total)

Why can't even professional writers learn the difference between 'discrete' and 'discreet'? Nice review, very useful but spoilt at the end by poor literacy.

As far as the Fuji system is concerned, it's the lenses that are the stars. If only Nikon would match them for APS-C they'd be on a winner but seem to only be interested in trying to make folk upgrade to FF. As long as they pursue this course, Fuji and Sony will continue to grow and make a killing (I ignore MFT as quality and sensor wise they cannot compete - but ok when less than best quality is sufficient).

Link | Posted on Apr 17, 2014 at 11:16 UTC as 81st comment | 1 reply
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