Joined on May 15, 2012


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On article Sony a9 Full Review: Mirrorless Redefined (2746 comments in total)
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splendic: I appreciate your thoughts, Carey. But this one;

"I'm no pro sports shooter, so take this with a grain of salt, but I'm having a hard time convincing myself that I got an appreciably greater number of keepers because of the a9's burst rate"

If you weren't shooting sports, what were you using burst fire to shoot? There's little else besides sports, wildlife, news gathering, and fidgety kids that you'd need it for, and even though it's less likely, in all those situations 10fps could make the difference.

Seems odd to list that under "catches."

He stated in the article that the photos that he will be showing and posting here were taken at a sports event. You need to read the complete article before you make a comment. wouldn't that be the smart thing to do?

Link | Posted on Apr 26, 2017 at 02:48 UTC
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topstuff: Taken for what it is, this is great work.


I think the omission of Aperture is a big shame and renders the test only partially interesting.

Apple's entry is the missing member here. It's absence DOES make a difference.

Apple has a massive user base and Aperture is their proprietary offering. It is not the same as the other offerings also missed from the test.

So Aperture is not available for Windows. That doesn't mean it shouldn't have been considered. I find Aperture easiest to work with. It is the most intuitive. Many of us with Macs couldn't care less about cross-platform. Including Aperture would have made this review so much better, cross=platform software or not!!!!!!!

Link | Posted on Feb 7, 2013 at 18:36 UTC
On article First Impressions: Using the Nikon D4 (183 comments in total)
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Fuji Fan: Hi
First impressions of my new D4 collected today which I reluctantly gave up my superb D3x for!!! Firstly this is fast and mean superb fast. Maybe I was spoilt because I went straight from D700 to the D3x which I found slow. But this is quick and each picture is perfect which I found unusual for me. Thing is, I didn't bargain on having to upgrade my Lightroom 3 for Lightroom 4? Currently using LR3 and it wouldn't accept the RAW file so of course carried out the update which was running v3.4, now running v3.6. No use won't accept D4 camera. Downloaded trial of LR4 and it works but not happy, further expense. Second gripe, battery. There nearly identical in shape and size but Nikon made it impossible to use D3x battery in D4? So further expense for second battery. SB910 works better with D4 than D3x. Will do more when I have really tried it but apart from expense which I feel unnecessary for extras, its the Bo..ocks

Never give up anything reluctantly.
You spent $6000 plus to buy the D4 but didn't want to upgrade to Lightroom 4 for a few pennies in comparison? I don't get it. And you didn't think that you would need to buy backup batteries.
Part of owning a pro camera is understanding you have to pay $ for the extras. You have to do this for any camera. Sorry, but I have no sympathy. If you couldn't afford the upgrade and the extra batteries and the extra cards, why in the world did you buy the D4????

Link | Posted on May 15, 2012 at 11:29 UTC
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