Flip. For the simple reason I can SEE when the legs are locked. With a twist lock it looks the same whether the legs are locked or not. Who wants to wait until the camera tips over before figuring out one of the legs was not fully locked
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My comment had nothing to do with the camera performance, just with the fact that mirrorless cameras are not selling in the USA or Europe.I know they are not selling in big numbers but I think they are starting to catch on with the pro and advanced amateur crowd. I go on a lot of photowalks in NYC that are pretty much that demographic. A couple of years ago it was 50% Nikon and 50% Canon. Now at least 10% is mirrorless, perhaps more. The Sony A7R is the most common and I am seeing more and more Fuji's. I suspect Sony may have sold as many A&'s as Canon has sold 5DIII's in the past 6 months or at least close to as many. I still think Nikon and Canon can not ignore this space
Pity about Fred's cheating and Neymar dirty play though.Indeed!Wonder just how many togs were at that game, the entire pitch seemed to be surrounded by them. How do they all earn a living with such saturation?Well, it's the FIFA World Cup... Rather, how do they not intertwist and tangle with each other, clumped and compressed as they are in such a tiny space! Looking at them it seems impossible not to bump and push others as they follow the action.
Really funny! You have a bunch of police in the background with a K-9 unit. All decked out.
Then, in the foreground, a little poodle in pink and with little pink booties. Lovely! Funny.
Do wonder if these dogs are attracted to each other?!
Reading and Understanding lens MTF charts is a nice writeup about how to interpret the chart.