I have had the Olympus XZ-1 for a while now, and I’m very pleased with the camera and its f1.8 lens. Being an Aperture user and no Photoshop fan, I am however eagerly waiting for the Aperture 3 update that will include the XZ-1 amongst its supported cameras… All my RAW files are just sitting on the camera, and I can’t be bothered to use the Olympus software to handle them.
The Olympus software is no Mac-like application, but I will admit that the software has potential. Being able to apply the art filters in the post-processing is nice.
So Apple, please. An update.
I’m also a FCE (Final Cut Express) user, or rather was. Since the latest version of iMovie came out, I have opened FCE only once. Many of the iMovie features are new and not available in FCE. So I hope that the hype evolving around the SuperMeet will result not only in a new FCP (Final Cut Pro), but also in a new FCE version with some new breathtaking features
Just got the Jobo photoGPS thingy. Will try it out this week-end. Derrick Story has tested it with the Mac software, and he is pleased with it. I will see. It will be great for the Wales trip anyway (planned for the end of April).
Looking forward to be able to get the iPhone here in Luxembourg…! Do make sure that you are on a wireless network before you listen to last.fm… At least in Europe… as you would get some hefty data traffic… and THAT is expensive around here
Browsing through the App Store, finding many interesting applications. Downloads a few… But why? The iPhone still isn’t here, so why bother? Talk about getting ahead of yourself! And who wants an iPod Touch anyway?
The name is not the best, but it’s a plugin for Safari I found thanks to Fraser Speirs. Type anything into the search field in Safari, and you will be presented with a Spotlight-like view of websites corresponding to your search. It is a bit like in Firefox, but better