Really sorry to hear about that. Take a break if you need one.
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I don't know..but somehow i'm not too excited about this lens..It's "specialized" in a way to me..14-24 is a small zoom range and it is VERY wide. Yes, it will fit in nicely with the zoom trinity..but that also means you'll have to carry around super heavy f2.8 glass with a equally heavy FF body...
That was one reason why i didn't go 16-35 and went for 17-40...i wanted a wide yet light enough lens to be a nice walkabout lens as well in times where i'm not specifically going to shoot landscapes.
I had to sell my ESL hybrid set-up to fund some of my lense obsessions , right now It's an all cone set-up on mains; but Modular, since I can only afford a HT set-up, so the dedicated Music set-up had to go. I design my own speakers/ enclosures and tweak my power amps. I have 4 modded Luxman M-117's bridged to power 4 15" subs. 2 are TC subs (16Hz to 50Hz) and 2 are jbl Cinema woofs (50Hz to 250Hz) . The mids are B&C 6md38's (250Hz to 3kHz) and the tweets are Vifa XT-25's 3 per channel. The Center channel are Martin Logans (for vocals) and the surrounds are Bose 901's. A Krell KAV-250a powers the mids/ highs and an Adcom 545ii powers the centers. I used to upgrade and sell Adcome 555's a few years back when I had time. Brings back memories...
Cones vs. Electrostatics? - really?
Vinyl on good electrostatics will floor you
I wonder what F stop our eyes have?
The range is aproximately f/3.2 - f/8.
Yep, I find the bokeh of my eyeballs to be quite displeasing, too.
I have thought about the same issue. I think over the past 5 years photography has become more and more popular, not because of technology but because of social media and their inclusion in phones. I feel that basic point and shoot will be come extinct and a higher end NON DSLR will take its place. However this has made high end photography more valuable because of the intrinsic increase in photography itself recently and because most of these newer picture takers take really horrible pictures. Like the typical "look a me and my crew at the latest club" etc. It makes no sense to have a point and shoot cam and a phone. Phones will have better cameras because it is now a primary purpose and buying decision of a high end phone because it is more convenient and better to have it there because of social media and comms. There seems to be emerging more and more interest in higher end consumer cams for those consumers who dont want to be bogged down with learning and carrying a DSLR. These newer cams are cooler and smaller than entry level DSLRs. Those who want the use the best lenses /sensors must continue to use DSLRs (Semi Pros and higher). THe link to those golf pics i really dont see these as anything great. These are Ideal conditions (lighting, subjects etc), where DSLR excels are in difficult conditions.