It'll start at $4199, and in less than 6 months it'll be at $3499.
Why should we trust you? You've been wrong many times before.
I say $3799.
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I'm guessing it still doesn't read in the recipe from the previous version. Still, at least it's actually usable now since it's compatible with the 5D Mark II now.
I'm using an iMac with Yosemite as well. I'm using DPP 4.1.1 and it does not exhibit any freezing with Quickcheck, flagging, rating, or any other DPP function.
Which camera are you using? Maybe you can update to DPP 4?
I am using a Canon 7D and shoot mainly in RAW. It turns out DPP 4 doesn't even show up on Canon's site as a software option for the 7D. But I was able to download it by telling the site I was using a different camera. The problem is that DPP 4 must not support RAW files from the 7D! When I view my RAW photos, I can't magnify them or do any corrections to them. When I try to view them in Quick Check mode to see which ones I want to delete, they just show up postage stamp size - too small to really see details. So I guess I have no good option from Canon to view my photos with OS X Yosemite, at least as of right now.
Even when shooting raw, the picstyle determines the preview result...
I never realised this. Do you know if this have an impact on the highlight warning and histogram? If so then I imagine one should use neutral to get the most accurate preview of exposure since the other styles presumably apply a tone curve which could alter the clipping.
I've always just left it in standard as I shoot RAW exclusively.
Completely useless software. How does one use it? All I see are tiny thumbnails of my raw images, and I cannot edit them Help? A simple tutorial anyone?Hi tgara
Chances are, you are looking at images that are not created on a 5DII or 1DX, or any of the other qualified cameras that this software is specifically targeted at. From what I see, that's what this software release is specifically targeted at.
My 5DIII raw files work just fine. My 50D ones don't.
Just as advertised.
However, I do think that Canon could sell quite a lot of mirrorless system cameras if they designed a good one. They have a large base of users that appreciates the EOS system, but sometimes wants something smaller and lighter.
Just FYI, you can see a full-resolution jpeg of the samples by clicking on: (点击此处查看大图) located directly below each image.Doesn't look very sharp in the corners (photo of the white house and the church). Or am I a pixel peeper now and does it look better than the 16-35 f/2.8 II?
-brought to my attention by Bryan over at TDP.
Those are VERY complex angled scenes and who knows where they placed the focus (which matters a LOT for scenes like that).
If Canon is after the customer who used to buy point and shoot cameras, then offering DSLR's in multiple colors makes a LOT of sense!
no GPS? seriously!
Zactly what I was just wondering...
Don't want to carry another device to geotag after a WiFi xfer, may as well just shoot the geotagged shot w the tablet.
+1 on the no GPS!!! Why Canon? Why?
Surprised not included. Could it be either size or cost?
How does STM compare with USM? (Not in technical details, but in how it performs)