I am really liking the D810a.
I'm torn to what to purchase, D500 or the K1....sigh.
Love the Astrotracer feature. This will be my next camera.
Fortunately I don't need such expensive AF tracking :-)
I love the K3 II but this I might spend the money to upgrading to.
The lens looks like a wide field eye piece.
I hope it inherits sensor astro tracking.
I love the idea of using the stabilization as a astro tracker.
What, no touch screen?
My insurance covers for theft and loss at home or from auto.
oheggo: Received a new U2713Hb from Dell as a replacement for my new U2711 with some problems. IMO the anti glare coating are better on the U2713, but it is a lot worse in terms of viewing angle issues. With this monitor size you will see uneven density and color shifts (yellow/blue) even if you are positioned right in front of the U2713. I would not recomend it for critical Photoshop work even if it covers 99% of Adobe RGB.
Glossy clear coating is the only way to go for photo editing.
Hope it doesn't have the usual crappy anti-glare matte that makes it impossible to distinguish noise from the matte artifacts.
$89 PS would be a dream and might actually make more money for Adobe.
If thy put a nice BIG sensor in it I might be very interested.
Some of those EXR images are awesome and if you need to reproduce difficult lighting conditions then this is the camera.
If I am going to carry all that gear I'll just dust off my GI issued alice pack.
Jim in AZ: I could never get PSP to install under Windows 7 64-bit.
Always stops after you accept the EULA. From my research it is a wide spread problem not just limited to me.
I could never get PSP to install under Windows 7 64-bit.
I like the A57 better :-)
I wish adobe just made a bokeh brush.