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Waiting for the magic sand app to create 3D sculptures rising out of the screen.
Is there an advantage to being able to view digital camera photos at full resolution?
Should medium format camera makers and users be worried?
 If "full frame" DSLR users ridicule the phone and point-shoot cameras for playing the megapixel game, then medium format camera users who "want to take serious photographs and probably uses them as tools in their careers"  have every right to ridicule the 5DS for the same reason.
You see the 4.4μm pixels being the same as the 6μm pixels in the 1Dx or in medium format digital backs?  Do all the arguments such as smaller pixel size, increased sensor noise at high megapixels, etc. no longer apply since this is a Canon?  You can argue about the price of medium format compared to "full frame", but don't we use the same arguments in full frame vs. point and shoot cameras, or Macs vs. PCs?
Kind of ironic seeing this announcement just two articles above "Apple to again stay out of megapixel race with 8MP camera in 'iPhone 6s'". We laugh at phone and point-shoot camera makers that boast super high megapixels on small sensors. How is this any different?
Perhaps the person who wrote the Mac hardware requirement should also put some attention on Apple's own data centers.  
Most cable internet services offer customers different speeds at different prices.  Does that violate net neutrality?
I can't believe this.  A Mac user complaining about actual functionality?  It seemed that Mac users only complained about pretty icons and color palettes when it comes to Microsoft applications.  At least that's how it was for Office, which is one reason why Outlook for Mac is so crippled in functionality compared to the Windows version.
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