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  • Alpha NEX system • Re: Post about the A7R II up now July 4, 2015
    You could say that Sony wins whatever happens. Neither Nikon or Canon have the fabrication facilities or IP that Sony has accumulated, let alone the broad range of sensor packages whether for phones, video or still photography.The camera production is not of absolute critical importance but does give them extra insight into market end use, […]
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    For Sony to take on Canikon and may be even move one of them from pole position is not going to happen over night if at all. Canikon are experiencing marked fall off of DSLR sales world wide and I suspect Sony are as well, but for the time it might take Sony to catch […]
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  • Aster's Photo Challenge • Re: Challenge #57:"So Green Is My Valley"-submissions until July 5th July 4, 2015
    sury wrote:Couldn't resist few more...And now I will shut up. We always enjoy your chatter and thoughts, Sury! Don't let or make anything or anyone stop you. : ) Thanks for the neat contributions.YildizStatistics: Posted by aster — Sat Jul 04, 2015 10:09 am
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  • Aster's Photo Challenge • Re: Challenge #57:"So Green Is My Valley"-submissions until July 5th July 4, 2015
    Couldn't resist few more...And now I will shut up. I liked this one for the details it captured of the building in the middle right. 70-400G rocks on A900.At 400mm FL.It all green....From the same spot as in the previous one but zoomed in at 105mm FLA small village in the valley...Statistics: Posted by sury […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Not everyone's cup of tea July 4, 2015
    .Hi Ossie; This is a difficult subject actually. Similar scenes are prepared in architectural renders, so I'm quite used seeing such additions to a certain scenery to create a different atmosphere or to tell the story better.Naturally, you're free to do anything you please with your own photos.I few things catch the eye here: the […]
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ACR 5.3 and Lightroom 2.3 pre-release

Support for the Nikon D3X is finally added in release-candidate (better than beta) versions of the two main Adobe raw file conversion utilities. There may also be improvements in A900 and other Sony raw file handling – it is worth acquiring the pre-release version to check this out. The downloads will be available on the Adobe Labs site from 20.00hrs GMT on Friday, January 23rd, 2009.

Official press information:

Adobe has released Photoshop Lightroom 2.3 and Photoshop Camera Raw 5.3 Release Candidates, both available immediately for download from Adobe Labs at http://labs.adobe.com. The ‘release candidate’ label indicates that this update is well tested but would benefit from additional community testing before it is distributed automatically to all customers. The Lightroom and Camera Raw teams would like the community to help verify the quality of this update through normal usage as this will ensure that the application is tested on a wide variety of hardware and software configurations not available internally at Adobe.

Both release candidates provide additional raw file support for the Nikon D3X and Olympus E-30 cameras. In addition,the Lightroom 2.3 Release Candidate provides a solution to a memory leak that affected some customers of the Lightroom 2.2 release.

Adobe is also pleased to announce the availability of Lightroom in eight new languages, including Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Korean, Chinese (simplified) and Chinese (traditional). The Lightroom 2.3 Release Candidate available on Adobe Labs includes these additional languages, and Adobe greatly appreciates any feedback the community can provide the Lightroom team.

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