Originally Posted by treb1797
I used the wife's last night for the first time...very frustrating.
Had no idea what any of the icons mean, couldn't figure out how to open up another screen, & the whole use two fingers to scroll up & down
. You don't want to know how long it took me to figure that out.
You are one to talk mr Note II buyer
I love the trackpad on this thing
Granted, I have run into some counterintuitive issues while using it and doing photo editing. Last night I imported some shots into iPhoto, could not find them, so I went back into iPhoto, copied them, dropped them to a folder that I could find, then opened up DPP to process the raw files only to learn that iPhoto converted them to jpeg (with out telling me!) and I could not edit the raw files. Good thing I did not delete the images from the card from withen iPhoto. I would have been MAD!
So, I had to shove the card back in, go to the directory, select the raw images, copy them then drop them where I wanted on the computer. Which, is what I normally did with the PC.
Selecting photos with the trackpad is a bit of a issue to when you "run out of screen room". I need a one size fits all program and think lightroom may be the answer. Oh, and an actual mouse.
The best part, however, is the prints are pretty much as I see on the screen, which is great.