News from the photo world focused on amateur/enthusiast and professionals.
Apple has released Aperture 2, the new version of its popular image processing software for Mac.
Major areas of changes are: redesigned user interface, faster operations (expecially image browsing) and more image processing features (officialy they are "over 200").
See the official page for Aperture at this link http://www.apple.com/aperture/
Sony has announced another DSLRs to join its Alpha family: A350 that place between the recently announced A200 and flagship A700.
Alpha 350 has a new live view system called "quick AF live system": practically it is aimed to overcome the slow/manual focusing problem with current live-view systems. Great feature taken form point-and-shoot camera: the LCD can be tilted up!
It offers an anti-shake mechanism in the camera body (sensor movement) and up to 3200 ISO sensitivity. Sensor is a CCD with crop factor of 1.5.
The sensor holds 14.2 Megapixels.
Nikon has announced a new DSLR camera: D60, their latest consumer-level DSLR, as an evolution to D40X.
The new D60 has a 10.2 Mpixels, an anti-dust system with a dust shakes off mechanism and an airflow system, active d-lighting system to correct brightness and a stop-motion recording mode.