Very true but I was thinking more about the Sigma not being supported by new Cameras from Canon or Nikon.
It is worth it if you lose that focus length as much as I do. It is worth it if you tend to keep your lenses for decades as I do. This lens will work perfectly with all the upcoming Canon cameras...
Very nice shots thank you. This camera and the 35 1.4 would be my dream kit.
Pay attention to the words they do have meaning. I SAID two lines a Pro level camera and what they already are doing. Really should not be that hard to understand.
I really came to love shooting with the evf and would appreciate a Pro level body with a big battery and dual cards for redundant storage. Yes this means the camera would be bigger and heavier than...
The Sony Executive admitted that they are making some mistakes but he said they are listening to the customer and will improve. He said they are the new guy in the game and are learning. I think...
They were obligated to release this last Sony disaster but the new guy said it would be the last. He talked about going back to companies roots. Pay attention please.
Well Steve Jobs wasn't a Computer guy. He wasn't a nerd that was Woz. Steve jobs brought Vision and drive.
Either there are many people posting without reading the article or they just can't understand anything they ever read.
LOL 42 mp isn't big enough hahahahh
Sony is really making Nikon and Canon look okd and slow and dated.
i would buy a Olympus EM-5 monochrome in a heart beat. Lieca is a little to spendy for me but if i could i would love to own one .
So you are saying that the EM-1 with the 12-40 weights more than a Nikon D810 with the 24-70 ? really come on now
So you shoot everything with an 8x10 camera then.
. The buttons that were to recessed to be of any use in a real shooting situation was the huge issue with the XT-1 for me. That should have never made it to production that way. I want to be able...
Seems to me that this Fuji line up is still in its infancy and I applaud Fuji for their amazing support. I am sure as it matures and Fuji gets a better fix on what needs to be done the cameras will...
I think it would be quicker to use the exposure compensation dial for a quick fix then to be always adjusting the ISO.
On a Nikon you can choose the Aperture you want and the shutter speed you want and then the auto ISO will adjust itself to make it happen. Very handy.
More to pricing something than you know. Right off the bat one problem would be economics of production. I am sure that lee will not be selling as many of these holders as they would for a normal...
Just like in the film days. Bigger format equals more image quality. Smaller format gives up some image quality for better mobility. Choose what you need and want for what you like to shoot.