PIX 2015
wuchmee

wuchmee

Joined on Sep 16, 2010

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On Nikon D7200 real-world samples gallery posted article (145 comments in total)
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pacnwhobbyist: Would like to see sample photos with the 18-140 lens as well. Given that a lot of folks will have it as their first lens when they buy the kit that includes it.

@Neil Holms -- the consistency of the autofocus from shot to shot. Best to read DPReview's own review from September 2013 section 5 -- http://www.dpreview.com/lensreviews/sigma-18-35-1-8

Direct link | Posted on Apr 2, 2015 at 20:37 UTC
On Nikon D7200 real-world samples gallery posted article (145 comments in total)
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pacnwhobbyist: Would like to see sample photos with the 18-140 lens as well. Given that a lot of folks will have it as their first lens when they buy the kit that includes it.

Would you recommend this lens if intended for all-day shooting at an indoor convention event? (e.g., comic con, car show, etc.)

Direct link | Posted on Apr 1, 2015 at 16:58 UTC
On Nikon D7200 real-world samples gallery posted article (145 comments in total)
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pacnwhobbyist: Would like to see sample photos with the 18-140 lens as well. Given that a lot of folks will have it as their first lens when they buy the kit that includes it.

Did the Sigma exhibit any of the autofocus problems, as described in its own review?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 1, 2015 at 16:54 UTC

Very nice video. Keep them coming, DPR!

Direct link | Posted on Feb 18, 2015 at 14:19 UTC as 82nd comment
On On point: Steve Vaccariello's dance photography article (79 comments in total)
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jonmcguffinphoto: It never ceases to amaze me the ignorance of modern day digital photographers and their insistence that not using photoshop somehow makes them a "pure" photographer as this is simply a misguided assumption.

All digital files are processed! You are either doing it yourself with tools such as Lightroom, Photoshop, or others or you are allowing the Engineers at Canon/Nikon to be your post processor by running your image through their jpg processing engine and spitting out what "it" thinks is the best way to present the image.

To imply that there is anything truly "straight out of camera" is really absurd and does nothing but show their ignorance of the photographic process in a digital world.

Don't break your arm getting down off your high horse.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 18, 2015 at 14:01 UTC

This same question can be asked regarding computers and cell phones. We tend to objectify these things and lose sight of their (basically) utilitarian nature.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 22, 2013 at 19:36 UTC as 9th comment
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