I keep lens and bodies on 1 book case shelf and accessories on another.
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QuoteHe is saying this website is not very good, but still is posting here. He posts something that really is not answering the question, or is useful... to set a example??
so in short he complains that on a RUMOR site not every news make it to reality?
ah... i see.
I hear about the great Zeiss lenses, and read the great reviews on them.
My question is, why do they ONLY seem to do manual focus lenses? Could they not really clean up on the high end market by making them work with the Canon/Nikon AF systems???
Thanks in advance,
Here is the real reason why Zeiss does not make AF-Lenses for Canon and Nikon:
From the Zeiss Q&A:
Because of the patent situation, it is not currently possible to offer a ZEISS AF lens for the other camera systems with EF and F mounts
In its collaboration with Canon and Nikon, ZEISS currently is not even licensed to use the autofocus interface on the camera.
This is the correct answer, the others are just guessing. Zeiss does not wish to reverse engineer a lens and end up with a poorly focusing one like some other third party lenses. They do have a agreement with Sony, and make AF lenses designs for Sony. They don't actually make the Sony lenses, just license their design and their name.
This is the reason pictures of the moon taken by the Apollo astronauts do not show the stars... contrary to the beliefs of some conspiracy theorists
DSL is only 3/4 of the description of your service, sounds like you have ADSL, Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, it is usual for upload to only be a small fraction of the download speed. To get round this you would need SDSL, Symmetric DSL which generally has as the name implies equal upload and download speeds, you better need it though as it is usually expensive.