OMG, want. As a side note, my personal transformation into a raging Sigma fanboy appears now to be complete
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And last (but not least) new Sigma just doesn't feel right. It's like Batman first batch of helmets - looks kewl, black and shiny, but when you smack it, it cracks open. By which I mean the plastic feels cheap to touch
The software that you currently own WILL work forever on your machine. No one is forcing you to upgrade to CC.
Shantanu Narayen, Adobe's chief executive, said creative professionals prefer features of the online service, he said, including the fact that it is constantly updated with new features. The company's subscription pricing also "scales the offering" from individual freelancers to the biggest enterprises.
"We wanted to align the company with the future of the creative process," Mr. Narayen said.
Adobe is offering existing Creative Suite customers discounts of about 40% on the first year of service. After that an annual contract costs $50 a month for individuals. Corporate subscriptions include cloud storage and administrative tools and cost $70 a month per user.
It sucks having too much Canon glass to affordably switch camps. #firstworldproblems
The 200mm f/2L IS has had a $500 rebate in the past.
The 24-105 is an awesome lens, and hands down the best single lens to own if you're only going to own one with a 6D -- assuming, of course, that you don't need something else for specialized photography.