Good joke. Funny how asymmetrical this flipped camera looks, while the dimensions are the same (although reverse) of a 'normal' 7D.
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Okay, it is April 1st ;-)
BUT: There really WAS a company that wanted to produce some kind of digital film, allthough they never released it:
Ugh, I just bought Lightroom 4 and to my horror, it is not comptatible with XP!!!
After the release of Vista, I swore to myself that I would stick with XP (which I really like) for as long as I can. Well after 12 years of faithful XP use, it looks like my travels have come to an end.
Now, mind you I am running a new system (AMD Phenom II X4 965, OC'ed to 3.8Ghz) DDR 3 memory, etc... but I have just resisted upgrading to Windows Vista (Gag! Yuck!), 7 or now even 8 for YEARS. (Call me a rebel...)
Well, that has come to a quick end with the purchase of Lightroom 4. Now, my question is, which is better? Windows 7 or 8? Any thoughts?
Had me going until I saw the box reads "lens hood included". Canon would sell that separately.
3 bodies, 6 lenses, 2 leather rolling camera bags in just over 12 months- is there any help out there? Already plotting my next body and lens purchases....
I have been a member of bag of the month club and nearly joined lens of the month club. Now I am downsizing my closest - general rule is that I sell 2 items for every item I buy. At least that is the plan.
Personally, I think the IS refreshes for 24, 28 and 35 are so roundly better in non-traditional critique areas (weight, small size, much more solid build, internal focusing, far better AF, etc.) that the 50 F/2 IS will be a massive upgrade in useability above and beyond any traditional IQ metrics.
My conclusion is that the 35 on crop when shooting ISO 6400, f2.0, and shutter speed slower than 1/100 is a hit-or-miss thing. I'm better off with the 17-55. But, if there's enough light to shoot at 1/200 of faster, the 35 may give you an edge in stopping action.
My solution to the low light backstage challenge was to add the 5D3 to my kit. There's another ice show in a few weeks and I plan on using the 35 on the 5D3 for that extra stop and comparing this to the 40 (and likely the 50 1..
"The problem with America is stupidity. I'm not saying there should be capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just take the safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?" - as found on the Internet
Not sure about that. Maybe greed. See, right here in this thread we have someone who suffered an unfortunate accident and cries out, "Design flaw," not my fault, someone else should take responsibility. The next step is litigation - sue Canon for bad design or lack of proper warning, of course with the expectation of a financial award.