You sure you're looking at the correct part of the comparison? I don't see any blown highlights...
I took an old busted Minolta 50mm apart, and lo and behold, one of the elements/groups makes an excellent macro attachment.
Pentax is doomed!™
>Read all of our reports from PhotoPlus Expo 2015There's a link that looks like literally nothing else in the article that links you to "real" words and stuff.
...in which case you can use the Chrome app anyway.
[Bull**it detected]Do you have sources for *anything* you've just wrote?
I could use the old one just fine with a mouse, so I guess that's a dodgily worded "It can use a touchscreed in addition to a mouse now."
With all the articles you are complaining about you managed to completely miss that DPR is organizing this.Buzz about something they're making happen?much surpriseso unexpectwow
"I think the gig is up, Barney"Interesting proposition comrade. Come to bridge at midnight, we discuss, yes?
Thank heavens you don't design all cameras then.
You are absolutely right, how did that even get out of my head is beyond me.He's still wrong though :D
Dust on or in a lens can easily get into pictures. Even more so with systems like these that are designed to produce an immense DOF.
Thing is, Sony never really made it in the DSLR market. I'm sure they would create additional restrictions when selling to someone who would challenge them in a market which they own about 99% of...
Giving competition to the company that gives them sensors?Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
>not as robust a apple lightningat least they don't fall out ;)
I guess all that processing is one "package" which can be on or off as a whole. I mean, they are obviously getting all the data from the sensor, it was probably just fed to the algorithm...
I get the distinct impression the new raw mode is global. Otherwise, they're only fixing like 1/4 of the raw-related problems, which seems kinda pointless.
Umm... rrccad... Are you sure you comprehend the article?I suggest reading it again.