Are Sony about to change the game in a really big way?
Since Sony does not have a single super-telephoto prime lens, the answer is easy: no.
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Chris, what are you doing post-processing here? Looks like 'metal' prints . . . I'm a pixel-peeper so it's sort of confusing my brain
I notice that several L lens prices have dropped at Jacobs in the last few days. Sadly for me, who bought a second hand 100 Macro IS L last week, they have that particular lens at Â£599.99
They also have the 70-200 F2.8 IS II at Â£1699.99
I don't know why this has happened, after a couple of years of nothing but increases it's good to see.
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I have a Canon Elan 7 and was planning on purchasing the Canon 50D. I have a few Canon lenses to go with my camera and did not know if they would be compatible with the digital camera I was getting. How can I tell if I can switch the lenses between digital and film? So I know if I need to buy a lens to go with the camera or not.
I am open to any other feedback about the camera too.
IS is not mentioned in the patent. The patent is all about using DO elements in a wide angle zoom to reduce CA. I doubt if we will see the exact lenses covered in the patent, but we may see a IS version.
I think this is realy cool
you can plug your phone on your camera and control it from the phone
I wonder if you can make time lapse movies using this?
Nikon has already announced its successors of its D700 and D3s, and they will be releasing it on the 24th August.