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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by John.B, Feb 25, 2010.
Requires Aperture 3 or iPhoto '09.
Wow, they just now got around to supporting the Pentax K-7??!!! Incredible.
About time that the some of these cameras were supported!!!!
Looks like Apple is gaining some speed in small ways for "orphan" cameras - those that don't sell in the numbers that Canon and Nikon do...
Now the question is Aperture or Lightroom to work with iPhoto? LOL
Hmm, isn't A3 has all the same features as iPhoto? Why don't go that way and you don't need to go work with iPhoto anymore. What are you using iPhoto for right now actually?
Well, and just when I had decided to try to find a nice used K20D on eBay or Craigslist, now the k-x and k-7 are supported. Back to dpreview.com to re-read the reviews on those again. Actually probably puts me more firmly into getting the k-x as that is what I wanted before I looked at the compatibility list.
Great news for us GF1 users...
Imagine how happy the two guys are that actually bought that $25K Hasselblad! LOL!
FWIW, I export my keepers as JPEGs into iPhoto and use that to show my work.
It's a great little library application, I don't need to delve into Lr or Aperture, I don't need to think about whether an image was processed with Aperture or Lightroom, it's already installed on all my Macs (unlike Lr), it selectively syncs to my iPhone, the images are already processed, and best of all it's free.
The one downside is that Time Machine backups can't handle incremental changes to the iPhoto library; it backs up the whole library every time I add an image. Which IMO is more of a Time Machine issue than an iPhoto issue. OTOH, it's a much smaller library than what I have in Lightroom right now.