Thanks Nikon, I got the battery in.
Xentinus: What about D7000 owners?!
What about D610 owners? My D610 works perfectly.
Loved #5, it's strange seeing the moon upside down as opposed to the northern hemisphere.
Got my update, thanks Adobe!
Gravy on gravy.
olakiril2: good luck nikon and zeiss. You will need it.
I put my Sigma lens on a Nikon body. It's win/win. No luck needed.
Any doubts the 85mm is next for a replace? I'm in.
I already have a 50mm so getting the 85 1.4 seems much more logical.
Carlos Loff: Nikon - Cut the crap and show us what you can do on a D400, so tired of waiting
Nikon has many great camera bodies to choose from, why do you want a fictional one?
What a cute camera, it matches my hat.
Just got my update. Thanks Adobe!
Makes me kinda wish I owned a crop sensor Nikon.
Looks like the D610 was the smarter choice after all.
This deal is so good I signed up twice.
PC Wheeler: $120 a year? I'll pass.
Not a bad price.
The response is so overwhelming the site is crashing. Guess I'll have to wait to sign up.
InTheMist: Don't forget, once you're bought in, they can INCREASE the price at any time and you have no choice but to pay!
Does DxO offer layers like Photoshop? If so I might be interested.
At first I was concerned about the security breach, but I think that can happen to any company. I was also concerned about "renting" software vs owning it outright, but that's just the wave of the future. You can either ride that wave or sit on the beach as a spectator. Whatever, it's your choice.
I truly believe after the security hiccup that Adobe is getting its act together. I wouldn't expect it to happen again, and if it does? I'll just get a new card issued by my CC company. No huge deal.
Bottom line is, Adobe Photoshop is the best thing going right now, and $10 a month for the first year is an ABSOLUTE DEAL.
hotdog321: I've been using Photoshop for 15 years and still use standalone CS6. While I despise Adobe these days, I think this might be a good chance for newcomers to check out these programs for a month or two. They are incredibly powerful and useful.
And yeah, I hate the whole concept of CC, renting software, hacked email information and Adobe's blatant money grab. But this is pretty cheap and as long as people back up their images locally, I think it should be safe. Maybe?
Just a thought.
Even with the 12 month subscription, it's an outstanding deal.
Dimit: I can see all signs that Sony is step by step dominating the market.Tremendous innovation gearwise,best lens iq via zeiss,I foresee no oponent within the next 5 years.For the time being,Sony is the king in the 1'' & APSC portions,Canon very slightly ahead in the FF,but then..bulk/mirror!!! Oh God! It is as if comparing an Enfield gun to M16!!Future is mirrorless..and I am 55 y.o...and passed through Nikon and Canon (former to latter)..and I enjoy shooting..
Dimit, I can tell you are fond of Sony, but try not to let it cloud your head. If Sony could dominate the market they would have done so by now.