RoundVu

Lives in Japan Japan
Joined on Nov 11, 2010

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If the upgrade price were better, I would consider it. Having just bought the 2017 version a few months ago a $20 discount to new full version price doesn't offer much incentive. I think I'll wait this one out.

Link | Posted on Nov 8, 2017 at 02:04 UTC as 11th comment | 1 reply

This article says the the upgrade from Pro 8 to Pro 9 is 99USD or 99 EUR but the Capture One online shop does not appear to offer any way to pay USD so the price is actually about 124 USD. Is there something I'm missing?

Link | Posted on Feb 22, 2016 at 12:10 UTC as 1st comment
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RoundVu: I don't think a monkey is aware that by pressing the button a photo is taken so this isn't the same as the case where another human grabs a camera and takes a photo. So it seems to me that this case is similar to focus trap or laser trigger.

Since there is likely no awareness on the monkey's part that pressing the button does anything more than make an interesting noise, would it be any different than if the monkey knocked the camera off a tripod and it accidentally triggered a shot? What if, instead of a monkey, the wind , which also cannot hold copyrights, knocked the camera off a tripod and triggered a shot? Would the photographer lose the copyrights?

Since a monkey doesn't comprehend the concept of taking a selfie and how to operate a camera, the shutter release is functioning as a shutter trap.

Link | Posted on Aug 22, 2014 at 02:47 UTC

I don't think a monkey is aware that by pressing the button a photo is taken so this isn't the same as the case where another human grabs a camera and takes a photo. So it seems to me that this case is similar to focus trap or laser trigger.

Since there is likely no awareness on the monkey's part that pressing the button does anything more than make an interesting noise, would it be any different than if the monkey knocked the camera off a tripod and it accidentally triggered a shot? What if, instead of a monkey, the wind , which also cannot hold copyrights, knocked the camera off a tripod and triggered a shot? Would the photographer lose the copyrights?

Link | Posted on Aug 22, 2014 at 01:31 UTC as 128th comment | 4 replies
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