Jestertheclown

Jestertheclown

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Joined on Aug 17, 2012

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  • You'll get more than a couple of thousand Nefs. on a 32gb. card. Possibly, closer to three. The battery will run out long before the card's full. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • Presumably, you'll be hand holding the camera but even so, I'd say that 1/600th. is overkill and 1/60th. is far too long. I'd halve the former and (at least) double the latter. The D90 is one of ...
  • That's true enough, I suppose. The use of the word "raw", when dropped into a sentence should always still be lower case though. "EOS" doesn't really have a recognised definition. It's a name and ...
  • Of course I have. However, even if "raw" was one, which it's not, that still doesn't require that it be cast in capitals. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • Again, I'd suggest that you take a look at its trial, although I'm not sure how long it lasts these days. If it's any help, I used Lightroom from version 2 until version 6, at which point, I ...
  • Canon have obviously got it wrong as well then. In a forum targeted at beginners, there are distinct advantages to aiding their learning ad usage of the correct terminology. The term "raw" is ...
  • As has been said, only you can decide. Personally, I've used both and by comparison, I found that Capture One knocked DxO into the weds but you might think differently. Download their trials and ...
  • Even though "raw" is the correct way to use it. No pedantry; just grammatical accuracy. "It's good to be . . . . . . .  Me!"
  • Save your money. Unless you're interested in panos or HDR, then Lightroom 6 is practically indistinguishable from the version you've already got. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • This should have begun with "I", "can not" should be "cannot" and you've missed out two commas. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • Replied in Kit Lens
    While it's true that kit lenses are produced, presumably, down to a price; it's fair to say that, nowadays, there's no such thing as a poor one and some positively shine. Look up a few reviews of ...
  • Not at all. With the exception that I (almost) no longer use Lightroom, that's precisely the route that I take. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • Agreed. I migrated from a D3100, similar in size and (lack of) controls to the D5*** to a D90, then on to a D7000. The D90 is still my camera of choice. I couldn't go back to a camera without the ...
  • My copy of Nik is most certainly 64bit. I'm using Windows 10 "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • The principle may be identical but if by practice, you mean that the camera manufacturers are passing that R&D cost on to the customer, then the practice is nothing like identical. "It's good to be ...
  • I fear that your logic lets you down somewhat. Would I not be correct in assuming that the R&D that goes into producing a new sensor may be more than just slightly more costly than the R&D involved ...
  • I could never see what all the fuss was about with Windows 8. I used it for close to as long as it was available and never once had a problem with it. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • I'll use my D90 in light rain but it does have a prime 50 stuck on the front of it most of the time, meaning that there's no zoom and not much focusing movement of the sections. I'm a bit braver ...
  • I'm using Windows 10 (on a desktop) and I rely upon just Windows Defender and Malwarebytes Premium. "It's good to be . . . . . . . . . Me!"
  • I always use mine for back up. Using 16gb. cards in a D7000, I can get about 800 (I think) shots on a card, which, with a couple of exceptions is more than I'm likely to shoot in one go and it ...
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