Yes, DxO have reviewed their own camera. The DxO was released yesterday. DPReview were on hand with a nice hand model. Dx0's review goes so far as to add Dxo One combined RAW file results into their scoring system, effectively bumping the camera's base score of 70 to 85.Read More
The realisation that I'm not as bad a photographer as I thought I was gave me a huge boost of confidence. And now I'm doing everything I can to improve my photography.
Since first publishing The Sony A7ii taught me to respect the Fujifilm X100s here at ohm, I decided that I should find a reliable way to get my photos online for both critique and support. The usual avenues: Facebook, Flickr, 500px, and of course, hashtag-happy Instagram, were the top on my radar. Below is my crude analysis of each.Read More
Great preview of Photos preview for OSX Yosemite 10,10,3. Looks like a great upgrade to iPhoto, (and a big downgrade to the functionality of Aperture).
No sooner did Nikon Rumors announce its availability than users began decrying the loss of certain features. Most notable is the loss of transfer features from camera to computer, and U-point adjustments. Nikon, who, as of Capture NX-D RAW's debut, will no longer support Capture NX 2, from its English FAQ, directs users to:
It's good to know that we should expect future Nikon capture software to be fundamentally crippled.