Photographer and photo book author Darrell Young is quite impressed with the resolution of the D800. "I cannot express to you how overwhelmed I am by the resolution of this D800. All cameras I have ever used in the past absolutely pale into insignificance", he says.
Young shot the above photo of a cemetery. Check out the 100% view - you can read the names on the headstones. Quite impressive indeed!
Adobe has released a public beta version of Photoshop CS6, which is available as a free download. New features include a new look, improved performance, and video editing features, which are now available in standard Photoshop, not just in Photoshop Extended.
Expected to debut sometime in the first half of this year and is compatible with Mac OS 10.6.8 or later, and Windows XP SP3 or Windows 7 SP1.
The Canon EOS System was launched in March 1987 with the debut of the EOS 650 SLR camera (above) and three interchangeable EF mount lenses. This month, Canon commemorates its long, rich history with the celebration of its 25th anniversary of the EOS system.
The long anticipated Canon 5D Mark III was just announced with an impressive list of features.
•22.3MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor •3.2" Clear View High Resolution LCD •DIGIC 5+ Image Processor •61-Point High Density AF •Full HD 1080/30p and 720/60p Formats •Built-In HDR and Multiple Exposure Modes •Extended ISO Range (50-102400) •Up to 6.0 FPS Continuous Mode •Dual CF and SD Memory Card Slots •Durable Magnesium-Alloy Construction
Available the end of this month for $3499. body only.
Citing a decline in demand, Kodak has announced that it will discontinue Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100G, Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100VS, and Kodak Professional Elite Chrome Extra Color 100.
Existing stocks are expected to last another six to nine months, depending on demand.
Slide (transparency) films have accounted for only a single-digit percentage of color film production for many decades. The announcement does not affect Portra or Ektar color negative films, or the remaining Kodak black-and-white films.