Nicely DP, these are very real options for consideration now that Adobe have lost the plot.
Good bye Adobe
They do. Just because you can't afford to buy or hire one, or aren't employed by someone who can provide you one to work with, gear like this shouldn't exist? Idiot
They do. Just because you can't afford to buy or hire one, or aren't employed by someone who can provide you one to work with, gear like this shouldn't exist?
Why the hostility to Nikon? It's absolutely pathetic, i'm a Canon shooter because i've bought into the system massively and see absolutely no reason to change, but they aren't football teams. I've...
So what? Don't but one then.
So what? Don't buy one then.
You aren't compelled to own a copy Robert, just hire one when you need to use one, or just get on with life and wait for the price to mellow. You seem very angry about this.
Oh, I completely forgot: Obligatory moan moan moan moan
Nice looking bit of kit. Looking forward to getting my paws on one.
Adios Adobe, after sixteen years. Shot yourself in the face haven't you?
And my month's patience with stupidity on DPreview is exhausted. I'll try again next month
The problem is, is if you are shooting for television you have to stay on a 50 frame rate rendering everything else at the mercy of the aperture, given you can't really play with the ISO to much.
"No aperture control in video mode" am I missing something? This is about the most important thing shooting in video mode!
Very much this, I am drowning in passwords in life
Oh god this. Virtually all of us spend half our lives sharing lenses at a moments notice to our mates, what a way to miss shots fumbling in passwords as we exchange glass.
Nice idea, but as others are saying, hassle and hardship in the real world
What ArtbyLuyke said^
His website left me with sweaty palms