Snow Leopard is though very stable and efficient operating system. There are few benefits in upgrading to Mountain Lion.
that has been always the case. Fastest shutter speeds were in consumer bodies even in film era, as fast shutters got easier broken.
Remains to be seen how removal of AA filter affects image quality. If it makes images look like D600 then.. well, it will be a tough call. I think I have to buy a new body this year.As for AA...
Remains to be seen how removal of AA filter affects image quality. If it makes images look like D600 then.. well, it will be a tough call. I think I have to buy a new body this year.
As for AA...
Does that replace i1ProfilerD2LionEdition? Which is quite beta and suffers compatibility problems. Or is it only for newer profiler devices?
Looks like tool for portraiture and maybe product photography. Less a toy for amateurs (who insist on interchangeable lenses).
I find LR to be very useful and efficient tool for photo management and editing. For management part I wish it could write keywords to RAW header. They would be universally searchable that way. Of...
May be that there is no software available that can open 6D RAW.
Would be nice to have a comparison review of best HDR packages. I currently use Photomatix but it has some issues.
I would buy camera like that with even less zoom range. Even bifocal 35/70mm (35mm equivalent) "variable prime" lens would be enough, if f would be around 2.8.
I guess the size is meant to be diagonal (like in TVs & monitors), but you're still right..
Not likely. Designing and manufacturing a good camera body is hard. And totally different art from lenses.
in my books my Tokina 11-16 is good enough and Samyang 10mm is not necessary. But good to have competition anyway.
I do not see any mention about zero distortion. Wide angle lenses usually have more or less barrel distortion or worse.
I have not seen any profiles that correct "moustache" distortion of Samyang 14mm lens. I do not think LR can even correct any complicated distortions.
Nice. I too used this technique before digital cameras, and with photoshop later on. Allows also to contract space between objects (people), for example if publishing format is small and you have a...