« on: October 24, 2014, 10:31:59 PM »
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Single hard drive and max 8GB memory is not my dream. Nice display, but all in ones still feel to me like immobile laptops.
That's the minimum config. You can upgrade to 32Gb memory and a 1Tb SSD drive. Also has two thunderbolt ports and 4 USB 3 ports. You would typically add a thunderbolt RAID for your photo storage, leaving the internal for the OS and applications.
This would be similar to what you would do with a maxed out MacPro that contains 12 cores, 64Gb, a 1Tb internal drive, 6 thunderbolt ports and 4 USB 3 ports that can handle 3 4K displays or 6 thunderbolt displays.
Ah, I read "up to 8GB."
Regardless, one internal drive with a built in display kills it for me. YMMV
Such excellent comments. Each one of them. I did not vote as am confused. I like some of my older (film) photos although they are technically not so good.
Here's another wrong setting one - f/11 for landscape - switch lens, still at f/11 for wildlife.
Whatdoyaknow, of course you're not the only one. Without repeating myself too much, I've also solved this problem with Magic Lantern: I programed my auto_iso module to remember the lens settings, so it automatically selects a deepter dof or slower shutter if I screw on my landscape 17-40L than my wildlife 70-300L. I just grew tired of changing the same settings again and again, and the dslr is a computer after all.
Nikon doesn't have the same cost as Canon does either (just buys from Sony.)
Would that not make the sensors Nikon uses more expensive as not only are the costs of Sony R/D passed to Nikon so are the Sony profits for the sensors. These are passed on to the Nikon customer along with Nikon's profit.
One of the advantages of inhouse production is cost savings
Er... Does it shoot RAW?I think I remember RAW being available to app developers, from the coverage just after launch. I may be wrong as I can't find said report at the moment.
50L isn't about sharpness, it's about creamy bokeh and it's the king of the 50's in that regard.
Canon 50mm F2.5 macro. I'm still looking for one...
The 7DII is clearly exciting, but for some reason the Samyang 12mm fisheye has me most excited. I'd really like a fisheye, but spending $1200-1500 on the 8-15 f/4 seems ridiculous for a lens that will hardly see any use. If it's reasonably priced and good quality, it will fill one of the few gaps left in my gear bag.
I'd like to see updated version of the non-L primes (50mm/85mm) done like the 24mm/28mm/35mm. I'd also like a fixed aperture 70-300mm zoom - f/4 would do nicely. Lastly, an update to the prime fisheye would be a great addition.
I think all of those would be great sellers if the prices weren't too terribly high. I'd buy all four.