Skyscape: "Less than 100 units" - translation: insane price.
$2,999 for such a lens is not that insane. They should have made it f/1.8 instead. Too heavy
..They have created a monster..
Pixel Peepers rejoice...
Thank you for a great year. Keep it up ;-)
At least they cannot say we didn't tell them ....
A few high iso shots for those who cannot wait ;-)
So much publicity for a camera that almost nobody wants...
In the era of Google Glass try to enforce this law. lol
So you compare a $30.000 camera to a $2.500 camera and the most expensive is better - SHOCKING!
Please attach the new sticker:
I AM spotless
Forget the design - show me the Pictures!
Well I am happy!
I have a T2I and it is now current again! This means that it must be worth more now ;-)
I will wait until Hasselblad makes a better grip for it...
Oh no - this could mean the end for the Hasselblad Lunar and Stellar cameras!
I hope this new camera comes with swarovski crystals
Adobe must be really desperate. I think I will wait for the $4.99 offer ;-)
Looks like some people actually bought the Lunar ;-0:https://m.facebook.com/hasselbladlunar.official?id=368027916644090&_rdr
You have to give credit where credit is due:
Never as anyone done as much for opensource software as Adobe ;-)
Lloyd Chambers sums it up - for me it is goodbye Adobe:
A subscription model is based on trust. I have to trust that the prices wont go up considerably, that their politics will not change, that they will continue to develop the software etc etc
How can a person sign such an agreement? Adobe just backstabbed their users changing all the terms that we should now sign up for! And they are still selling PS CS6 extended for $999 knowing that there will be no updates in future!
Also if I buy a perpetual license I can still see my photos, edit them, print them etc. The model is totally flawed from the users perspective but, of course, brilliant for companies like Adobe. No Way!
Another thing Adobe has forgotten too is that software stability is an important issue for a lot of companies. That is the reason they often wait to do upgrades until all the bugs are ironed out.
Now we can all be Beta testers
You just have to love companies that tell us what is best for us instead of the inverse ;-)