@ColdViking - I think we have to consider Aperture dead and that Photos replaces iPhoto. It's the free app that comes with the OS. Aperture is dead - Apple couldn't complete.
Aperture is a fabulous program. To compare the new program to it is just silly - it clearly isn't trying to replace Aperture. We can't even take this idea seriously.
Geez, just the photo of the lens on this page is gorgeous. Makes me want to get into Fuji.
Why should Canon or Nikon make a lens like this? They're not planning to stay in APS-C are they?
Why should Canon or Nikon make a lens like this? They're not planning to stay in APS-C are they? For them, if that FOV is what you want, you have to go FF. No point in looking to Canon and Nikon...
Why should Canon or Nikon make a lens like this? APS-C is just entry level. They want you to move to FF. And no point in looking to Canon and Nikon for this when you can get it in Fuji.
It is nearly a useless program.
But it's giving a 24mm field of view. Nikon and Canon both make 24mm 1.4 lenses.
Once again, Fuji and the lenses. This looks like a well thought out one.
Some of these are nice drops.
Good interview - Nikon leaders are listening and learning. But the answer to the mirrorless question seems to be, "we don't see a need to change anything right now..."
That's not really the question - I understand that different people have different preferences for how to use the forum. I'm trying to find out why I can no longer get flat view where I could get ...
I just tried logging out and back in. But no matter what I ask it to do, it will only do threaded view. I just tried in Safari and it works fine in Safari, but Chrome will only give me threaded ...
Personal preference, I just like it better. I just checked and it's browser dependent for me right now. I can get flat view in Safari, but not in Chrome.
Well, they offer CCD and CMOS for one, but there are inherent strengths for each sensor relative to the other. Since this is not going to be a cheap product for anyone, I suspect their target...
@mediadigitalvideo: Well, they offer both CCD and CMOS. But also, there are inherent strengths for each sensor relative to the other. Since this is not going to be a cheap product for anyone, I...
Suddenly, in some threads, all I get is the threaded view whether I pick flat view or not. Anyone else seeing this?
Sorry, I meant "why are they fools?"
This will be a very highly used tool I think. This opens up a lot of possibilities.