I think that is the point. I brought the 70-200 f4 IS with me to California for 7 days and used it for 100 shots out of thousands and carried the weight the whole time. If I had it to do over. I would have left it at home.
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I do all my post-processing with my MacBook Pro, 16gb RAM, and 512gb SSD. It's super fast for anything that I throw at it. The key is getting at least 8gb RAM and the SSD. The SSD makes a world of difference.
I have an i7-2500k, 8GB RAM, a pair of Asus VH242H displays, an i1 Display Pro calibrator, and a Wacom tablet. It is fine for looking at photos but editing a 25MB .dng with lots of brushstrokes in LR4.1 can run it into the ground.
A faster processor and 12 or 16GB of RAM would be a better idea, as would one good monitor; The panels I have are remarkably inconsistent for brightness and color temperature.
The calibrator and the tablet are swell once you figure them out, applying adjustment brushes is much easier with the tablet.
The only other thing I'd change on this setup would be a faster drive array. I have for storing photos a RAID5 array of older mechanical drives on a proper 3Ware card but a bundle of SSDs would sure give it a kick in the pants. Win7 runs on its own Velociraptor, which is enough.
Thank you KKCF. I'll check out Sales Force too.
I think the best would be to keep all the data locally...
I just don't really like to upload 1000s of people's info.
A friend of mine is keep saying that MS Dynamics CRM is the way.
What are the experiences on that one?
Anyone knows good CRM review sites that can be trusted?
I've tried Windows 8, and hate it. I will be running Windows 7 on whatever I get. Hopefully, the Win 7 models will drop in price in October.I understand but given the chance win 8 could prove to be useful with the tile apps. Eitherway all the remaining good gear is coming around then and you can always install win 7 on it.