RPG Keys and Kubota RPG SpeedKeys are intended to speed up processing time by mapping frequently used correction settings to specific keys on a custom keyboard. The process itself is similar to a Photoshop action, though it offers a software and hardware component that plugs-in to Photoshop Lightroom.
Priced at $399, the SpeedKeys + LR pack carries a far less costly MSRP than the full-size RPG Keys, originally priced at $670. RPG Keys is currently running a sale that drops the price of the larger 58-key unit + LR closer to its alternative, at $490.
Head-2-Head Micro 4/3 Kit Lens Review: Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-45mm vs. Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm
The Micro Four Thirds system gleams some much-deserved attention within the digital interchangeable lens arena, again painting Panasonic and Olympus as innovators with their assortment of diminutive, mirror-less digital cameras.
Panasonic and Olympus both make kit lenses for the Micro Four Thirds standard that bear the stylization and design choices germane to each manufacturer.
The RAW file is often described as the "digital negative", basic digital information that has to be processed to become a photograph. In fact, it's more accurately described as the "digital latent image", a term made popular as far back as the Zone System and Ansel Adams, describing the film in the camera, exposed to light, but not yet processed into a negative.
Panasonic Introduces New Compact 'Hybrid' Line
Panasonic’s new line of Dual Cameras targets consumers who are looking for an easy-to-use 'hybrid' device that captures full HD video and high resolution stills. The HX-WA10, the HX-DC10, and the HX-DC1, all sport a vertical design with separate video/photo capture buttons negating the need to switch between the two settings.Read more
Pentax Introduces ‘Cosmetically Customizable’ Optio RS 1500
Along with visual customization, the Pentax Optio RS 1500 flaunts 14 megapixels, a large three inch LCD monitor, a high-performance 4X optical zoom lens covering 27.5mm wide angle to 110mm telephoto and easy to use operation.Read more
Photography blog, Soskiphoto.com, has posted a head-to-head comparison of the Pocket Wizard PlusX and the Pocket Wizard Plus III flash transceivers. The cost is estimated at just under $300 for a PlusX setup and just below $450 for a Plus III system.
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