only if the camera makers stay in business is this true. currently canon and nikon i think are in the black with cameras but no one else is. and nikon i believe is pretty shaky.
Paul Liukas: if corners will be not like tamron 24-70, this lens is to go for ff
its far better than the original L. I get pretty darn sharp corners with mine
Kodachrome200: good to see them take the right approach this time
well they were quite unresponsive before
good to see them take the right approach this time
omg the monkey didnt actually take the photo. monkeys cant take photos. the guy just want publicity so he claimed that the monkey did. The level of serious argument premised on that claim being true happening is rediculous
I am amazed how many people think the monkey actually took the photos. The guy made up a story to trend online.
i feel like at some point people are going to notice you took ALOT of photos with identical backgrounds.
km25: That 90mm is gooing to a very sallow DOF, it will be 135mm f/2.0. The lens I may want is 16mm f1.4. For me 24mm is wide enough, f/1.4 would be nice. What agreat combo, 16mm f1.4, 23mm f/1.4 and 56mm f/1.2 low light heaven.
sorry i dont know what i was thinking the correct answer was f3.2
not quite you didnt find the equiv aperture. dof wise i think it is like f4.5
We need a Ricoh GR lens profile Adobe
RichRMA: The really bad thing about this is that Nikon has poured resources into a mirror-less that should have had the same sensor as the DX DSLR's.
I see this as a good thing believe it or not. For awhile nikon and canon were saying that 3rd party support was not intended for raw files and for best effect process them with propriatery software. This is detrimental they need to heartily support third party software development for there cameras and with nikon basically shipping with silkypix makes this line that you ought not use third party software tougher to sell and maybe is the beginning of nikon supporting third party software development
Nikon really needs to start pver in mirrorless. Its become clear that ergonomics eliminate most size advantage to sup aps - c camera. If nikon put the technology of this camera into an aps-c sensor and made a factory adapter that offered full compatibility to f mount what a camera it would b
Kodachrome200: i love my 9.99 subscription. Ive pretty much always had to pay this much for photoshop and lightroom to be up to date. and the new mobile features are great. and photoshop now runs on my mac and pc with the same subscirption
no lightroom was cross platform photoshop was not. causing a big headache for me
KHemmelman: And to think I have full functionality forever with my non-cloud version of Lightroom.
the only reason to do it is if you want photoshop too
i love my 9.99 subscription. Ive pretty much always had to pay this much for photoshop and lightroom to be up to date. and the new mobile features are great. and photoshop now runs on my mac and pc with the same subscirption
Kim Letkeman: One question: Does LR CC change the database in any way to make it incompatible with LR 5? Because that would completely blow their concession out of the water ...
Edit: It seems like there will be a perpetual license upgrade to LR 6 at some point. One supposes that it would be acceptable to try LR CC for a year or two and then drop back to perpetual license version, even if forced to upgrade to maintain compatibility. But since Adobe have a poor backward compatibility record, this remains a point of concern.
there is no such thing as lightroom cc. it is still the same software as the propetual license. this is all in your head
ssh33: I refuse to use anything "cloud" out of principle. The files I pay for or create are going to live on my hard drives or my colocated servers.
thats not how lightroom works
I think they are just shocked people actually want to buy this. I sure was