RichRMA: Wow! Only 40% increase in price over the last one. Nikon is slipping.
Nikon is competing with Canon on price, Shinzo Abe style!
Maybe it's a good thing that the viewfinder and its cup-relief is so bad, almost nobody uses it instead of the flip-out LCD screen. It was never comfortable putting my face up to that style of camera.
Where did you find an old train like this? I haven't seen something like that in a long time outside of a museum!
That should contain around 100 grams of gold. If it doesn't, it's a rip-off. Saying that it's "24 ct" or "99.9% gold" doesn't explain the value of the actual gold content.
I wonder if Nikon will guarantee fail-safe operation, and accept liability if its lens-lockout "feature" prevents the legitimate use of the lens for an important job.
This looks like just another way to suck uploaded photos from Facebook, and print them royalty-free. The insult is that they are facilitating and encouraging this activity.
I only want a Tablet that can take a drop onto concrete and continue operating while exposed to pouring rain and extreme temperatures. Considering the price of a fragile iPad, I don't see any reason why not to go the extra step and get a Tablet that won't break when exposed to real-world conditions.
Fascinating! A wild predator offering peaceful coexistence in its habitat. That's some intelligence there.
The best lenses for portraits, landscapes, and motorsports with an APS-C format camera include:
Canon 17-55 f/2.8Canon 70-200 f/2.8 ISCanon 300 f/2.8
PaulSnowcat: The Starfish StoryOriginal Story by: Loren Eisley
One day a man was walking along the beach when he noticed a boy picking something up and gently throwing it into the ocean.
Approaching the boy, he asked, What are you doing?
The youth replied, Throwing starfish back into the ocean. The surf is up and the tide is going out. If I don't throw them back, they'll die.
Son, the man said, don't you realize there are miles and miles of beach and hundreds of starfish? You can't make a difference!
After listening politely, the boy bent down, picked up another starfish,and threw it back into the surf. Then, smiling at the man, he said -I made a difference for that one.
Hundreds of small starfish actually shouldn't be a problem for a small group of environmental conservationists. Cleaning up manmade trash and chemical waste, on the other hand, is a much bigger problem. If God doesn't like what you're doing with the starfish, He will send a jellyfish for you to step on, which is not a fun experience. I've picked up and returned to the ocean a few stranded creatures in the beach sand myself.
Oh, finally. I never understood that whole Gravatar thing. Thanks for the changeover, DPR.
I recently switched to Google+ with Picasa, and I found it easier to use because of the lack of album size limitations and windowing oddities. What really matters is can Facebook be trusted, and I think the answer anymore is no.
Assuming that there is no interference, the free market dictates that the price of photography will shift based on market demands. The problem is that this whiner doesn't want just any photographer. She wants an "amazing" photographer, which is not the same as someone who just shows up with a camera and "takes tons of photos and edits them." I'm sure there's someone in her area who's willing to work for what she's willing to pay, but she's excluding those people while also trying to control the price of what she wants. That's bad economics!
Hey, it's real film! Remember those days? I learned about film like that in history class.
Did somebody say Synergy? Suck, suck, suck! I hope this isn't the end of Bibble, as it has served me well, but I don't have high hopes for these people now having to work within a bigger corporate structure that will probably try to suppress their ideas.
That's pretty good quality for a phone camera! See, if you know what you're doing and you have the right conditions, you can get a nice photo from just about anything.
It's more Digital Rights Management stupidity. How about a way for photographers to protect their work from copyright infringers on the Internet? Why is it always the big content producers getting their rights protected from regular consumers, while the grey market goes on ripping movies and music, instead of the small photo and video producers being protected?
That was a lucky capture! Where were the other two butterflies going? I have never seen this sort of formation where three butterflies appear to be going for the same plant.