jm67: Ugh. Yes, I'm the only guy on the planet who's not a fan of facebook.
so who told you to use it?
if you want all Facebook phone, you need a life
RoelHendrickx: For me, "the best vacation photos possible" would be those that are original and reflect the way I experience a site, NOT a replica of photos made before by other people.
YEAH MAY AS WELL SELL THE CAMERA AND JUST USE CELLPHONE
Woodlink: Steve Jobs would punch the Canon CEO in the mouth over this camera.
Canon seems content to completely disregard the "technical vectors that are on the upswing", as Jobs used to put it, and instead continue down the road of less innovation.
canon sheep will buy
Pretty soon will have Gold award for Tablet cameras, where touch screen rules, touch screen cameras belong in Wal-Mart
Do you get one of these free if you buy the New 4 MILLION dollar Lamborghini that was in the news today? YES $4,000,000.00
Taikonaut: Obviously only half the story. I mean drink was indeed a factor. The guy is a loser. The woman obviously chooses to be with losers. It is just too easy to portray the woman as a victim while she could have been the instigator. Another woman has flirted with her partner at a bar, so of what, but he didnt gone of with her, she is the one who got madly jealous and left him in a limbo and embarrased him, took his friends with her. Upon arriving home she want him out of the house, were is he gonna go to sleep? Influenced by drinks they only see black and white. Had it been the other way round some would say the man was a dangeroous possesive who cant cope with a another man flirting with his GF.
Nothing new at all Just watch "COPS", nightly occurence in poor areas
I like it, for the quality, not a bad price either
chillgreg: Ren Kockwell:
" it won't make much, if any, visible difference at less than 6-foot (2-meter) wide print sizes, and only if you use the very finest NIKKOR lenses and technique."
" Readers tell me that their Sigma 105 Macros don't work on the D7100."
" It's pretty much the same as 2010's D7000,"
" There's also an inexplicably silly 1.3x crop mode"
" Only the 15 central sensors can see horizontal lines ('cross type'), the rest only see vertical lines, just like the single focus sensor of the Nikon SP of 1956."
" The extra resolution means nothing in actual shooting"
" The D7100 and D700 are pretty much the same."
" If you've found the time and expense I incur to share all this for free... "
What a f#@$ing tosser.
He also is home counting all the bucks flowing in from his website..jokes on U
PederT: D@mn, people are whiny!
I agree Pedert, go to Nikon forum to see much more whining, I like the new upgrade/features, will get one this year
atamola: I'm a Nikon (mostly) user.
I cannot help but feel that Nikon's strategy is focused on squeezing the customer by offering minor adjustments rather than clear improvements over previous models.
I don't see Nikon delivering something really new/groundbreaking.
Thankfully we now have Sony, Fuji, and Olympus and the mirrorless options.
I think that Nikon's strategy is doomed to succeed in alienating its custormer base.
In my case at least, I'm now starting to seriously consider dumping al my Nikon gear (D700, SB-800s, and lenses) and switch to another system with a more customer oriented oulook.
One thing is clear for me: I don't see a compelling reason to put another dime in Nikon's pocket.
You know you don't have to buy one, There are plenty of Improvements
Daniel Kkesi: It is written that Dell UltraSharp U3014 is for color critical work, however only U2713H is mentioned to have 99% ARGB coverage. Are the two monitors different in color reproduction/panel/calibration/etc? Am I missing something here?
I have the U2713 and it has presettings adobe RGB & SRGB
Just got a 24" U2713 as a free replacement due to the older kit monitor was shipped broken to me, Sweet picture, crisp colors and text WOW..thanks dell for free upgrade :o)
I can't always take a public pic of kids these days, at a store cute little tot with her dad would have been a nice shot I asked if he mind if I take a picture he said he would. I will respect it because is his child....this never happened years ago now this world is so paranoid from all the freaks coming out of the woodwork and the news making it seem worse.
Dinovo: All DSLR "Should" have a battery Grip option! Without it I'm not buying.
plenty of battery grips for this on AMAZON, all you have to do is LOOK
should be called Pixel peeper Loupe :)
I like the upgrade, good job!
wazu: I work on a laptop for image editing and do not want to store the images in my Pictures folder, which is where LR4 imports them to from a flash card. For the life of me I could not find anywhere in the preferences to change the user/Pictures folder to a folder on an external drive. However when I decided to just copy the pitcures manually to an external drive and then let LR import them it does not then copy to my internal User/Pictures folder. This means I cannot simply use LR to import directly from the camera cards. This is the first annoying 'feature' I find to be not only confusing but non-intuitive and inconsistant. I also,would like a simple feature where I could flag my better pictures so that a backup to another seperate external drive would safeguard my keepers. Is this just too much to ask for?
does anyone even want to learn this software? just look up or buy a book , not hard to pick or CREATE any directory to Import your pictures to you hard drive. How is this different than ANY other software, you have to learn how to use it.
I do not even insert memory cad, Just attach USB cord from any camera and Import
cknapp1961: Tried LR about a year ago. As a 51 year old guy who grew up on Kodachrome 25 in the 70's, still develops film up to 4x5, prints up to 16x20 from B&W, started using digital in the late 90s and shoot with a Nikon D700 now, who scanned thousand of old family photos a long time ago, learned to use a DOS DB before learning to use a WP, and cringes every time I hear someone say "folder" when they mean "sub-directory, I found LR unacceptable.
I like knowing where my files physically are, under ONE primary Sub-directory making it easy to backup to a secondary or tertiary drive, sync to Carbonite, or automatically add files to my system screensaver.
I learned 12 years ago to create a sub-directory structure, YYYY MO DAY DESCRIPTIVE WORDS (up to 64 characters), using 2xExplorer (a dual-pane file MGR), ThumbsPlus (a photo browser-linked to external programs such as PS). I learned 12 years ago to save edits simply by adding a "c" (for change) to the file name.
Never lost a file or photo.
So what's the big deal then? I do the same thing in LR...at Import stage I just create new directory where I want and import files to that directory, I do not do any metatag any photos YUCK, Year structure and subfolders within, work fine for me...point is you are doing same windows file location creation, just within LR with LR cataloging where you put them
parallaxproblem: Simply awful: hundreds of dollars for something that becomes landfill as soon as the battery is expired. Shall we also start scrapping cars when the tyres wear or brake pads need replacing?
Apple was the company that started this wasteful trend and I will never buy one of their products for exactly this reason
Yet another reason I NEVER buy anything APPLE
Quantum3: Adobe missed something very important with LR4, and that's the blacks slider as it worked in LR3. Once you increase the lighting using the shadows and blacks slider in LR4, you lose any possibility to give a punch to the very darkest pixels of the image in order to create contour.
agree with you Locke, STUPID comment by children