JohnTh

JohnTh

Joined on Oct 29, 2012

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  • No, is not a landscape zoom only. I replied to you in another thread. I shot from enough years now PJ with Tokina 16-28 which it have a bulbous front element is huge and heavy and I'm pleased with...

  • Since it has VC it was designed to be a PJ lens.

    I have Tokina 16-28 F/2.8 which is IMHO better than Canon 16-35mm F/2.8 - dunno vs Nikon's offerings - and I use it almost exclusively for...

  • Since it has VC it was designed to be a PJ lens.

    I have Tokina 16-28 F/2.8 which I love and is IMHO better than Canon 16-35mm F/2.8 - dunno vs Nikon's offerings - and I use it almost exclusively...

  • What is with the bulbous front element? Filters? Fotodiox (IIRC) most probably will have a filter holder for it. Also, especially at 15mm a CPO will have anyway problems. Weight? There are many...

  • Most probably this throws out Tokina 16-28 F/2.8 and even Canon 16-35 F/2.8. Eager to see the image IQ, distortion charts etc. vs to above and Nikon 14-24.

  • Sorry for delay. See below: :-) I'm speaking for your sake, I not a Ms fan. Take in account that while you're correct in what you're saying, Ms offering covers more than 95% from market. This is ...
  • We agree. But, at least for me, isn't entirely puzziling: ACDSee is a very old codebase: I remember it being the 1st "fast" thumbnail viewer implementing thumbnail caching, read-ahead techniques ...
  • Just checked: XMP categories/keywords which IDImager 5, XnView MP, Lightroom 5, Photoshop CC and Windows 7 see and can read/write aren't taken in account by the latest ACDSee Pro (v7). Too bad. It ...
  • Beware, that he wants something else. He doesn't want at import to copy the field 'foo' in the field 'foo' but he wants to (also) map at least one field: Priority/Urgency to Rating. Also I suspect ...
  • Wait, wait, wait... Take care on what you're doing! As you saw from your experience in Windows (and other OSes) there is the hard limit for the length of the path. But this limit isn't in ...
  • :-) Hi Axel! :-) FastPictureViewer Codec is your codec, isn't it? :-) Well then, first I must say that I do love you. But you must understand that many times we must fight a somewhat unfair fight. ...
  • (1) I use FreeCommander XE. Nice program. But most of the time I use Visual Organizers/Image Managers because I manage mostly photos - besides of being programmer, I'm photographer, you know... :-)
  • Ok, first let's define some things: (1) Slow - by 'slow' (and fast) here we rather understand a subjective thing. 'Slow' is the lowest speed limit of a program for which I'm willing to work in good ...
  • You're welcome. :-) I also have the latest versions of FastStone, ACDSee (the Pro line), XnView MP, Lightroom etc. but I still think that... Oh wait... :-D
  • ISTM that you need a little better knowledge of what is actually happening inside. In that 'Raw" tab, both dropdown lists ("View RAW files in..." and "Batch Convert Raw files in...") are NOT relate ...
  • As I said in my earlier post, you simply cannot do this with FSViewer. Re-read what I wrote. You must wait for program developer to implement this.
  • (Unfortunately) there are no settings to change this. Somewhere in time the thumbnails dimensions have got bigger but the actual thumb image is rendered wrongly. See here the big wasted space ...
  • Yeah, known problem. Short answer: 1. You can live with it 2. You can pray for the author to enhance the thumbnail engine (it isn't actually a bug - see bellow) 3. You can switch to another program ...
  • Well... If it works for you, fine. :-) But while I applaud the mood from Lightzone community I'm quite reserved to use it (perhaps I'm wrong) because Lightzone is written in Java which means slow + ...
  • +1 :-) In fact that's why we talk together. To learn one from another. :-)
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