I realize there are car afficionados out there who love their stick shift, but why not take advantage of the dual clutch auto and all the extra speed it gives you .
Oh man..you had the analogy going VERY well, until the end there with the car attempt....<P>
For a sports car, especially a high end sports car, you want a manual transmission...if not for resale value, but for performance.
You're generally gonna get the better times and stats with manual over automatic, if you know how to drive the manual...
I've never owned a car with auto transmission, and only one car have I ever owned had more than 2 seats (that one was an '86 911 Turbo, but those rear seats aren't really useable for anything but 2x bags of groceries).....
LOL...anyway, good thoughts on the camera, but ugh...a sports car with auto transmission? A waste of good steel....
OMGzzzz!!1!!one!1!!!!!! I'd never even drive an automatic! I am British though, and those things are quite rare here. Why would you let the car decide what gear you need to be in?
I'm possibly the only person that will survive when the robots take over, it appears.
Driving an automatic is like shooting in the green rectangle mode. I must admit I used it (the green rectangle) in 2004 when I got my 300D first. Like Neuro said, the auto ISO works fairly well for me (though probably not as well as on the 1DX) so when I am lazy (which is more often than I'd care to admit) or when i am shooting where the light is going to vary, I set it on M, set the shutter speed and aperture and set ISO to auto and then frame and fire.