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Lenses / Re: New Lens Announcement Tonight [CR3]
« on: August 21, 2013, 05:35:29 PM »
.....announce an update to the EF-S 55-250 f/3.5-5.6 IS
you cannot update a lens that does not exist...  ;D probably you are referring to the EF-S 55-250 f/4.0-5.6 IS

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Lenses / Re: Canon L Glass costs over $1200 / pound
« on: April 20, 2013, 09:26:41 AM »
I think the word "cost" is not correct, this is a "list price/pound". In manufacturing terminology cost means the real "parts" price plus the cost of the "labour hours"...

+1.....plus product future warranty service. Canon will not sell their products @ cost.

okay should be price to consumer (or cost to me).  I do not mean internal cost.  I"ll see if I can change the title to avoid a semantic flame war

Are you happy now that I reflect a more accurate statement to reflect what the end user pays versus the COG?  Sorry for the careless use of the term cost  ::)

Sorry, I just told that because when I first saw the subject I supposed that is reffering to the real cost of the glass. No intention for flame.... forget my post...

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Lenses / Re: Canon L Glass costs over $1200 / pound
« on: April 20, 2013, 06:21:48 AM »
I think the word "cost" is not correct, this is a "list price/pound". In manufacturing terminology cost means the real "parts" price plus the cost of the "labour hours"...

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Hello,
When you open a Raw file in DPP, the program applies NR automatically. The amount of the noise reduction applied  depends always on the ISO setting of the shot, that means the higher ISO the higher NR will be applied. The Noise Reduction in lightroom defaults always to 0, so you have to adjust the luminance slider accordingly. In addition you can also adjust the masking slider in sharpness section, so that you will remove useless sharpness (that generates noise) from the flat areas of you image . (try to play with this slider by pressing the Ctrl key, so that you will able to comprehend how this setting affect your image).  ...I'm sorry for my english!


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