KieranGee: And a very merry everything to you all too.
Thank you for an informative ,insightful and passionate year .It must be difficult for many of you far from" home" for extended periods.Happy Holidays to all. AlanK New Mexico USA
Thank you for your fair and comprehensive review.The D600 appears to be a wonderful tool with fine lowlight and dynamic range allowing use of both DX and FX lenses.The "spot " problem of whatever derivation which you mentioned with your large readership may well get quick results from Nikon.If this requires a wet cleaning so be it but this will force many to buy the proper tools which need to be evaluated.Will Nikon require buyers to have these tools or resolve this problem by asking for a factory authorized adjustment. You have expedited the solution and will give potential buyers like myself with D7000 and D300 experience the ability to enjoy the FX panorama of primes and other quality glass. Thanks again for staying on top of this issue.Best Alan Klaw New Mexico USA
Wonderful news.Glass is probably more important than the latest and greatest body available. Please include for lay people ,who are senior citizens like myself, the weight of the item and some information on the comparative advantage of a prime vs. a zoom re: the optics under review.Thank you Best AlanK New Mexico USA.
Mr.Britton, Thank you for helping clarify a genre which often falls into postcard stenotypes or vulgur voyeurism .Your review clearly posited certain street photographs into the realm of creativity and art.That which impelled Maier to photograph and you to write this extraordinary article is a search for art and meaning.Thank you for lifting dpreview away from mirrors,resolution and the latest and greatest. Best Alan New Mexico USA
Thank you for a precise ,concise presentation of Lightroom Beta.It is most helpful as I try to sort out if it pays to use it as a "Stand Alone" program for developing files rather than as a catalogue -storage medium.I use Aperture 3 for storage but have lately been reviewing some of my latest editions a more and more feel that the skin tones are too "Plasticy".Any thoughts.Best Alan New Mexico USA where dry heat is given new meanings.