Born and raised in Thailand. These images (except the last one with Thai sign) don't remind me of Thailand. Monkeys can be anywhere. The architecture could be somewhere anywhere in our neighboring countries.
If the headline was "Photographing monkeys in Thailand with..." then it would have been better.
pacom: This has Jony Ive written all over it....
Exactly what I was thinking.
I'm also in a similar situation. Since I bought my X100 last year, I find myself using DSLRs less. I'm not a professional so I have no need for all the speed and control that DSLR offers. I'm pretty sure I have used my X100 for at least 80% of the time.
They haven't learned a single thing from Lunar....
The next thing we'll see from Hassy is probably a Sony RX1, I mean, Hasselblad....uh....the Incredible....that's probably what they'll name it.
Great story :)
I like it, in fact, I can see this as my back up camera :)
but when will Nikon learn to put ISO button somewhere on the right hand side? It's a pain to adjust ISO while shooting especially when I use a long heavy lens like 70-200 f/2.8 :(
I don't know about others but I live my ThinkTank bags/systems. I used to own couple of LowePro bags when I started out; great bags, but when I first try the Retrospective 20, I just fell in love with it and have been getting more stuff from ThinkTank since. Although, I do have to agree that some, or most bags are a bit overpriced.
I'm a Nikon user but I have to give my vote to Fuji X-Pro 1. We all know that this camera may not be the fastest, most accurate camera compare to others but I have to admit that Fuji got the right idea. All they have to do is tweak them up a bit.
Compare its price/quality to Nikon's version, I think I might give this lens a try :)