You get a lot of posts when people who will not buy something feels the need to tell the world that they don't want it.
Caver3d, that is about the same attitude that us Canikon fans seem to have when people want to get a DSLR from Sony or Pentax. :)
Google is a NIH company - they prefer reinventing the wheel as long as it becomes a Google Wheel.
He means that noone with sense of security turns on interactivity and scripts in Adobe Reader, since there are many trojans exploiting such holes in PDFs.
Not any more than you needed the Hipstamatic app to read their free Snap magazine... but that was more of a "lifestyle"-mag with Hipstamatic-produced images in it.
What, the body isn't big enough to fit a 9-pin RS232 port? :)
Personally, I cannot be without the strength workout that hand-holding a 5D mk III plus 100mm macro plus Sigma's ring flash gives me :)
As someone else pointed out: It's not Sigma's fault that Sony decided to release an E-mount camera without in-camera stabilization.
Why this obsession with a version number? That led to Firefox and Chrome dropping the fractional version numbering altogether - but the changes from Firefox 12 to 13 need not be more than would...
Especially Asian tourists seem to use iPads as cameras around here (Oslo); presumably it means one less thing to take on the trip...
Why? Some people like the artistic feel the images from such lenses (and Lensbaby etc.) give.
Is "price level" OK?
Is "price level" OK?"Price" is what you pay in stores. You never pay the manufacturer suggested price. So the numbers quoted are not the prices.
"Price" is what you pay in stores. You never pay the manufacturer suggested price. So the numbers quoted are not the prices.
... because you know Nikon never will :)
Lenses are an investment, bodies change more over time than they do.
*sigh* No it is an existing mount that so far was only used on APS-C cameras. So new lenses (for that mount) are needed to work properly with the full-frame sensor. Old lenses will physically work,...
Yeah: Olympus, Panasonic and Sony all sell more CSCs than Nikon.The others, not so much... (Personally, I hoped the EOS-M was going to be a monochrome version of some EOS model, not a mirrorless...
Yeah: Olympus, Panasonic and Sony all sell more CSCs than Nikon.
The others, not so much... (Personally, I hoped the EOS-M was going to be a monochrome version of some EOS model, not a mirrorless...
Sometimes that is all it takes for something to be an illegal infringement.
I'd rather get Ricoh's system. This is just some generic manufacturer exploiting their rights to the old Polaroid trademark.
No, you totally misrepresent Nikon's reasoning. This is a product that looks awfully like Nikon's on the outside. It's the look, not the function. Design patent, not technology patent.