« on: January 07, 2014, 06:13:55 PM »
All fair points except for the last one, which is a logical fallacy. You could apply that logic to the first implementation of auto focus, IS, etc:
"If we can't hold the lens still, shouldn't we find a new hobby/gig"?
"I we can't use manual focus quick enough, shouldn't we find a new hobby/gig?"
i would like to add these following:
1. if you cannot determine what kind of light you are shooting in (aka, not being able to get your decent exposure), and keep thinking about leaning on post software to fix your WAY under/over exposed image, FIND ANOTHER HOBBY? OR LOOK FOR ANOTHER CAREER? OR BUY A CAMERA WITH EVF WITH HOPE FOR HELP LOL?
2. if you refuse to use auto-focus, why spend money to buy auto-focus lens? ton of cheap non-auto focus lens out there... in this digital era, we all want fast response. if you prefer low response, BUY OLD NON AUTO-FOCUS LENS?
ergonomics, auto-focus, low light performance, image color quality, dynamic range are most importance... and keep in mind that i am listing them in order from top to bottom and a wide dynamic range is good feature to have, but nothing compare to others...
ummm... have another question. are you shooting still subject(s) LOL