« on: April 22, 2013, 09:17:11 PM »
Largest I could find of the original image is here, sized 2500x1667. It's a beautiful image!
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Yes, all photographers are consumers - but, some consumers just buy cameras - that doesn't necessarily make them photographers. Yeah yeah yeah its a nebulous term. But, many trades are learned by apprenticing. Like plumbing - you learn from a plumber...again, just because I buy a wrench and replace a gasket that doesn't make me a plumber. Just because you buy a camera and snap a few shots, that doesn't make you a photographer. That's the point the original person was making. It's a dividing line between those who are serious and willing to learn and those that buy it cause its fancy - the latter cares about what the specs really mean, the former says that # is bigger than the other so it must be better.
And while we're at it, why doesn't Canon go ahead and delay it for everyone because you arn't interested?
I'll skip these and wait for next announcements. These don't fit in my needs.
When any of the following functions are set, the <!> icon can be displayed on the lower left in the viewfinder:
- When monochrome picture style is set
- When WB is corrected
- When ISO expansion is used
- When spot metering is set
I forgot to mention that my 3GB paging file is located on the RAM Disk as well
1.7GHz Core i5-2557M processor