0

Tres noticiones perfectamente prescindibles: kit Leica D-Lux 7, DaVinci Resolve 17.1 apto para Mac’s M1, y Oppo Find X3 Pro

Hoy me he levantado sádico, más sádico incluso que un diseñador de “abre fáciles” (que como todos sabemos es el colmo del sadismo y del disfrute con el sufrimiento ajeno), y por ello, al ver juntos estos tres noticiones en Dpreview, se me ha ocurrido integrarlos en un solo artículo que va a suponer la brexit práctica más cruel en toda la historia de Fotochismes.

Aún así estoy seguro de los miembros que aún quedan en esta nanoPeña con tendencia a picoPeña lo superaréis sin demasiados apuros.

¿Lo comprobamos?, pues venga, vamos a ello:

PSiempre desviviendose por sus subditos.

1.- Leica has announced the release of the D-Lux 7 Street Kit, an all-in-one offering Leica pitches as the ‘perfect choice for spontaneous street photography’

The D-Lux 7 Street Kit is currently available to purchase from Leica Stores and authorized Leica retailers for $1,549. Considering you can get a black D-Lux 7 for $1,195, a Leica D-Lux 7 grip for $165, a Leica Leica BP-DC15 battery for $135 and the same Leica-branded paracord hand strap from COOPH for ~$120 , the kit is more of a convenience factor than a cost-savings measure, since you’re only saving $50 or so compared to purchasing all the components individually.

No es el logo, pero me vale.

2.- Blackmagic Design has launched DaVinci Resolve 17.1 and Fusion 17.1. The update adds native support for Apple’s M1 Macs. The public release follows months of public beta testing. The announcement also comes just a day after Adobe announced that Photoshop for M1 Macs is now available. The software choices for creatives hoping to get the most out of their new Apple silicon computers are readily expanding.

DaVinci Resolve 17.1 and DaVinci 17.1 are available in the free version of DaVinci Resolve. There are quite a few features in the free version. Still, for users needing more, a lifetime license of DaVinci Resolve Studio and DaVinci Fusion Studio each cost $299 for lifetime licenses. For more information and to download free versions of Resolve and Fusion, visit Blackmagic Design.

– logo –

3.- OPPO has launched its latest smartphone in its Find X Series, the Find X3 Pro. The flagship Android device is the first to feature a camera that can capture, process and display one billion colors with OPPO’s proprietary Full-path 10-bit Colour Management System. For comparison, most smartphone screens display 16.7 million colors. It also comes equipped with a Dual-flagship camera that can zoom in up to 60x for microscopic photography.

adolfo

Deja una respuesta

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada.

Este sitio usa Akismet para reducir el spam. Aprende cómo se procesan los datos de tus comentarios.