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Nice, but I'd like to know when I can get my 150-600 Tamron for Nikon I've been waiting for...

Direct link | Posted on Apr 12, 2014 at 01:19 UTC as 13th comment
On First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 article (307 comments in total)
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docfink: I gotta finally shout this out to all the whiney, geeky, pixel-peeping ninnies out there who love to tout one brand over another and make these photo forums the MOST ANNOYING AND UNINFORMATIVE areas for discourse on the net:

The D800 is sweet. The 5D3 will kick ass too. Your lenses will work beautifully on the D800 and the focus will be sharp--even when wide open. Geeks and pixel peepers will be annoyed by certain things, but clients and family will think you're the second coming of Ansel Adams. Got that?

Again, as someone who has several other hobbies for which I frequent Internet Forums, these photo forums ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT and a turnoff to those who actually want to learn. It's hard to filter out the useful with all the whiney crap posted in between. Police yourselves, please.

Let's get a moderator here to delete annoying comments that have nothing to do with the original post or go off topic.

Seriously--consider what I'm saying before you cry and post junk.

Really? How about "the D800 is sweet". Like I said, "pixel-peeping ninnies". ..

...great early review of rhe D800. Looking forward to it showing me how average I am!

Direct link | Posted on Mar 22, 2012 at 23:46 UTC
On First Impressions: Using the Nikon D800 article (307 comments in total)

I gotta finally shout this out to all the whiney, geeky, pixel-peeping ninnies out there who love to tout one brand over another and make these photo forums the MOST ANNOYING AND UNINFORMATIVE areas for discourse on the net:

The D800 is sweet. The 5D3 will kick ass too. Your lenses will work beautifully on the D800 and the focus will be sharp--even when wide open. Geeks and pixel peepers will be annoyed by certain things, but clients and family will think you're the second coming of Ansel Adams. Got that?

Again, as someone who has several other hobbies for which I frequent Internet Forums, these photo forums ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT and a turnoff to those who actually want to learn. It's hard to filter out the useful with all the whiney crap posted in between. Police yourselves, please.

Let's get a moderator here to delete annoying comments that have nothing to do with the original post or go off topic.

Seriously--consider what I'm saying before you cry and post junk.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 22, 2012 at 21:34 UTC as 120th comment | 7 replies
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