PascallacsaP: 50 and 85mm 1.4 are my favorite lenses on my APS-C camera. In fact, I would rather shoot the 50mm on APS-C than on FF.
SergioSpain: Yet more free advertising for Apple, and they need it cause let's face it, they're a poor struggling company.
27 yrs on PCs, switching to mac 3 yrs ago after a total loss due to virus (which was supposed to have been protected by fancy up-to-date top-of-the-line antivirus software). macs have stunning retina screens, great keyboards, excellent customer service, no viruses, last a long time, etc.
i too have considered an Airbook for travel and i thank you for the review. my home unit is 15" MBP-R 16GB Ram 512SD which is truly amazing. sure, there are some nice PCs out there, so enjoy 'em! but i ain't going back....
great info. thnx for the review.
if only they'd make a black version....
thnx for the fine review!
brilliant! i spent hours yesterday doing the same thing using techniques that never looked right. following these directions i did it in minutes and it looks perfect! thank you so much jean for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!
re: TX200V ???
with no sliding lens cover, like the other TX-series have, where is the lens hiding? i don't see any hint of it, except that tiny dot to the left of the flash...
IcyVeins: Has anyone used one of these "card" cameras? They seem like they would be really hard to handle, being super thin, and that tiny lens suggests poor image quality compared to a traditional digicam.
with no sliding lens cover, where is the lens hiding? i don't see any hint of it...
why? because size matters to some.