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The one I recommend definitely works on a card that is formatted in camera, formatted hard drive on pc etc..
Cheers Graham.do these softwares work if the cf card has been re formatted in the camera or only if they have been deleted?
If this lens is ever brought to the market, will it have a bulbous front element? and could that change with whether it is a f/2.8 or f/4?
It will be bulbous either way...that has to do with angle of view. The size of the element will change depending on f/2.8 or f/4. The front element is ultimately what's responsible for gathering the required quantity of light. The gargantuan Nikon 6mm fisheye could have been smaller if it wasn't f/2.8, even though the front element would have still been bulbous like that. The bulb is what allows ultra wide angle FOV, the diameter (or really, total surface area) is what affects total light gathering capacity.
Another thought....can't you speak to your local CPS guy???usually they will help.
That's a real shame you can't try one, I don't know why Canon don't push it more!!
Well I'm sure you'll love the 200-560 f4-5.6 (which is what it really is...!!) but I hope you aren't planning to carry it a long way!!
Don't know where you are geographically, I've lent mine to a few guys in Scotland and they've al bought them!!
I understand that.I wish it was f/2.8...
The price might go near $3000 for that...
Just get the D700. If it your mind it has better IQ than the 6D and you can get it for half the price then it sounds like the way to go.
My issue, and question is simply that I'm blown away that I need to buy the same gear to shoot a few sharp pics of my son!
sorry if I sound like a noob but what do you mean by a rectilinear lens?
3) Look for versatility at first and add specialty when you can afford it.
When you say exposing for the skin, what's the easiest way to do this?
Gee, that's basic Zone System stuff.