Thankfully there are other software developers besides Adobe. I'm betting they're about to welcome quite a few new customers. PS might be the best, but honestly... lots of people will manage without it.
Don't like it. You could have gone for a proper forum like vbulletin or something.Threaded view is almost useless now, and flat has always been.
Maybe people had better hone their PS skills so they won't depend on external filters. And that goes for me too.
Dimitris Mitrovgenis: Same score.The thing is who can use it better!Stop being so obsessed with cameras.It's only a tool.
You are right, but that's not the point. It is a review of a product... the review is biased, and that is what the problem is as far as I'm concerned. Sometimes Nikon will make a better camera, sometimes Canon will make a better camera. An impartial reviewer has to tell things for what they are. Other than that I agree with you.
Seems legit... LOL. Impartiality took a dive here.
LOL! I didn't realize it was the guy from dcresource until I read about the plastic door over the battery compartment being on the flimsy side. XD
Congrats Rusticus... you have just entered ludicrous speed!
KonstantinosK: Superb. It looks very Greek!
It's as Greek as it gets my friend! Thanks! :)
Congrats! I knew this would win...
I knew this would win from the beginning. Great shot! Shame for the 0.5 vote.
Excellent detail and lighting!
patoth66: It looks nice, but it could have been a 50/1.4 version! I dont get Nikons huge price difference! Either its a budget or a pro lens, no semi pro lenses! I would have preferred a 50/1,4 semi pro lens with built in image stabilization for low light shooting at low iso speeds!
After having the VR break down on my lens (thankfully it was the 18-55 kit lens), I've come to the conclusion that I wouldn't want any good glass unnecessarily compromised. The high ISO performance on new cameras is really good anyway.
Shutter on the lens is a bad idea. Lenses are supposed to last longer than bodies.
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