« on: October 23, 2014, 01:58:09 PM »
Yeah, if my boss allocated $20-30K for my equipment budget I would be careful talking up an alternative kit that cost about 10 percent of that.
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Sony DOES have an excellent track record of bringing top-of-the-line technologies to market in a timely fashion, at a good price, without bugs or glitches, so at least you've got that going for you. They've become mainstream in every technology they ever were ahead at . . . they're the number one name in TVs, Portable Music Players, Laptops, and, oh yeah, cameras.Sony also has a history of putting out a lot of proprietary crap in their products that they won't license in the vain hope that people will be trapped into buying Sony branded consumables forever and ever, which led to the doom of Betamax, the Super Audio CD and pretty much anything that needed a Memory Stick, among others.
We Americans tend to pronounce the foreign words based on what we think sounds right without being too bothered by how they are pronounced in the native language. So we say it as in icon. It makes it sound more American English, which is smoother and more relaxing than any other English in the world. No offense to our UK or Aussie friends here. Totally personal opinion.It's true. There is a fairly large group in my area descended from the Metis and they have anglicized most of the names so you run into a lot of Doo-boys (Dubois), Bow-CHAMP (Beauchamp) and Bushies (Boucher).
I'll happily leave for you.Promise?
The capabilities of any modern, advanced DSLR, whether Canon or Nikon, usually far outstrip the capabilities of the person using it.That's true. Often, perhaps even predominantly, the key to best photo isn't IQ, DR, AF, MP, or all the other mechanical variables but is ABV.*
Where are the DETAILS???They are on all the rumor web sites