Yes, the Sigma was shot at 1.4 and the Canon at 1.2. I will shoot some direct comparison images and post today.
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I was just asking since everyone keeps talking about 11 and 13" airs if they have regrets not getting a 15" or bigger. The 13" allows for more storage but the frustrating part is the jump from 256gb hd to 512gb on the 15" is $600 and yeah you get dedicated graphics but I have that now with my early 2013 retina. I wanted less heat and more battery since I run windows exclusively. Unfortunately there is not much with windows and accurate displays in the 4.5lb category. Maybe the new dell m3800 will surprise us but who knows.
I'm facing a similar dilemma. I'm running a 2009 Core i7 27" iMac and a 2011 15" MacBook Pro that has a Crucial 512gb SSD. I want to replace both with either a 13" or 15" Retina MacBook Pro plus a 27" display.
The way I see it, to gain the extra portability of the 13", I would be stuck with dual-core rather than quad core, and Iris 5100 vs Iris 5200 for graphics. I am waiting to see benchmarks for these new systems to get an idea of performance. Also, I did some research last night on how to limit Lightroom or PS to two cores, so I could get an idea of how it runs on my current MacBookPro on two cores and integrated graphics (using gfxCardStatus).
How did the test run on 2 cores?
Wow, Wow, Wow---Dear Friend, Mr. bchernicoff
Thanks to share these great Point of views with us, All our friends who, never visit Washington DC, The Land of the Brave ( American People).
PS, Dear Friends, If you have the photos of WDC., Please post here and share " your Feeling that recorded on the Photos "----THANKSSSS.
X-E2 + Fuji 14mm for landscape is one sexy combo. I love the retro looks of Fuji