« on: April 01, 2014, 09:08:02 AM »
The link does not work for me for some reason. Are you blocking any countries?
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The stars and the moon are still out there, even in the day time. I think Erik was trying to add a little atmosphere to his journey of heading straight up into the sky!
No need to pile on me, I already clarified my point, but you didn't read it.
no need for a Phase one
And your little foray into storytelling isn't too bad, but the part about climbing into the stars and moon, when it's daytime, doesn't quite make sense.
I second the OP TECH rain sleeves for when it is sorted out, I always have a pack (2) in my bag, I buy the size to cope with my biggest lens, that does mean you have to bunch it up if used on a shorter lens, I guess you could get 2 sizes and carry one of each!
Ah, I see. I removed the 61 pt auto select and zone AF when I bought the camera. I switched it on and see what you mean. What a out if you set your AE lock button for the 61 pt and AF ON for your other often used AF operation?
I do that with two separate AF cases.
Speaking of April Fools, I don't think this is a joke:This is NOT a joke. Nikon makes some of the best lenses for eyeglasses. I have been buying Nikon eyeglass lenses for at least 20 years.
I saw this on TV yesterday. I mean, seriously? People buy these things?
Winter is over and I need to start practicing with the long lenses again. This is The Local Lion assessing his territory on a late March afternoon. I never get tired of looking at how animal eyes and fur is replicated in an image.
If you expand this to 200% and look at his left eye (right from your perspective). How much more resolution do you need?
1DX, 600/4 IS II, 1/640s, f5,0 ISO100
I would like that the camera displays which AF setting you are switching to more clearly. This only really applies to certain weather conditions and lighting, but I sometimes find it difficult to see the outer ring when I am switching quickly while looking through the view finder - even when I am looking for it. This happened to me a lot today and it was very annoying. I think they could make the outer ring thicker or larger so it is more easy to see.
Like I said, this is only a problem when you are at a game and in a rush and with very poor weather etc.
Can I ask which ring you are referring to?
Note that if you have the option for separate orientation-linked AF point selection, you can register an AF point in each camera orientation.
Canon will be sure to highlight their Cinema CPS membership, bargain priced at a mere $1000 per year.