« on: July 15, 2014, 11:28:38 AM »
Oh... and stream images over a network to a smart tv... like my phone does.
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What can Canon put into a T6i to make it interesting?
What can another brand put into theirs to make Canon envious?
At the moment I can't think of anything to answer either of those questions. Anyone?
I have LR5 as well as CC. Each allows use on two computers.
I'm not sure what you mean by Add-On, mine is a upgrade copy, if I remember. It was a download, so I only received the key from Adobe, and downloaded the software. I also had to enter the key from a previous version, even if it was also a upgrade version.
If you still have the key to yours, you can download it and use the key. I've been keeping my old versions, just in case I do away with CC. So far, CC is fine for me, and the price is right.
I was content with using lightroom 5... and then my desktop computer decides to commit suicide... thought it might have been auto erotic asphyxiation considering the materials on the hard drive... but I digress.
If yall come across any decent deals with LR6 as an add-on or on just the software alone... I'd be very interested.
I'm sure this goes without saying for most people, but I'm not interested in the Creative Cloud.
Also, when you buy the software... you can get a multi-use registration code... because I would want one for my laptop and for my desktop's successor.
There is no Lightroom 6, yet.Their website does not seem to offer the option of downloading a "standalone" version anymore
On the other hand...... https://www.adobe.com/products/catalog/software._sl_id-contentfilter_sl_catalog_sl_software_sl_mostpopular.html?promoid=KLXMI
Yes, times do change and JD, you actually made a profit selling a body??? I've always lost 30% or more on them - mainly because I buy w/o rebates, and sell when they have a $200-400 rebate
Ha ha - I know that feeling. How times change? (or is it us and our outlook that's changed since getting into photography? )
I was trying to think of a witty reply...but I had white fever for the 70-200 in my early days - back when I would say to myself, "How could I ever spend over $500 on a lens?" Then I made the fooli$$$h decision to shoot wildlifeStop you - hell go full speed ahead. They are great lenses.Nice one and I think if you shoot with Canon long enough, the great white fever eventually gets you
I have three small whites, does that count too?
Mini whites. Not quite the great one, but still white fever
Yes, in some countries electronic devices with Wi-Fi and/or GPS cannot be sold, or Canon could not get regulatory approval to do so. Thus, there is a version without those features produced for sale in those countries.
Literally, they make a 600EX flash – no "-RT" because it has no radio frequency capabilities.
Damn this thread has gotten me to think about the 300 f/2.8 L IS II againWant to go halfsies?
Ah, good to know. It looks quite different in the light of this information.
Personally, I was completely at a loss with the D800E's controls. The user interface of Nikon cameras is why I went with Canon in the first place. I don't find it intuitive.
The gas will pass, eventually. Though sometimes it is better to just surrender and succumb to your desires. It can be a great relief, if it doesnt leave you in dire financial straits. Or as some have suggested, compromise with other less expensive lenses. Is it too late for this advice? Use your will (or wont power), but dont strain yourself.
Now, dear D810, believe me, I wish you no ill. In fact, I actually feel sorry for you. I know people say you are nothing more than an overinflated mass of silicon, but I know better. We are both from established families and, like me, you have not had any say in this relationship.
I would like to wish you a long and happy relationship, but I suspect that won't be the case. In the end, you will be blamed for everything. Just remember this. It is not you...it's him.
I would suggest the 70-200 2.8ii...it's such a wonderful and multipurpose lens.
Looking at shots from the 70-200 2.8ii compared to primes in it's focal range and there just isn't enough difference that warrants limiting yourself to just the 85, or 135, or 200. The 85 1.2 is a great lens for portraits, but forget about it if you're trying to shoot anything that's moving, so if you're on a budget like you say, wouldn't you rather have more of a multipurpose lens that can do so much more than the 85 1.2 for about the same $?
Think about your longer term goals/needs for photography in general. For me, I realized after time that I hate switching lenses all the time and carrying them all with me. So eventually i ended up with the 24-70 and 70-200 to cover 90% of my needs with excellent quality.