The best possible score is 10.
No specific info about version 4.0. Please visit the main page of PHOTOfunSTUDIO on Software Informer.
I just got the camera and am reading your comments. Do you mean there is no way to download my
pictures to Microsoft Photo Gallery as I did with my Cannon and Olympus? Would make me want to
return it before I start using it
The Japanese camera makers are totally clueless when it comes to software. There are so many
problems with the functionality, the user experience (UX), compatibility with their own hardware,
and quality control. Some of this is seen in the design of the cameras themselves, with their
non-intuitive super-deep menu systems and obscure operational conventions, and of course, the PC
software supporting the product's fancier features is far, far worse.I don't think any of these manufacturers actually test the software with real users to see how they
like it. To do so would be "an insult" to the engineers, who would lose face to have a "mere" user
comment on how bad their design really is!
This software is an absolute shocker. I just shot 8,311 frames of timelapse over 12 hours, split
into 5 blocks due to the need to swap in a fresh battery. When imported from the SD card to the
software, Photofun proved absolutely incapable of treating the whole 5 folders of frames as a single
timelapse. Selecting all of the folders then choosing playback did no more than playing the files in
the first folder. Hopefully Quicktime 7 pro will do the job.
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