Good riddance. . Hope it stays gone.
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Not sure what time-frame you're look at, but I'd avoid upgrading from LightRoom 3 to LightRoom 4 at the moment. There's a bug that causes tone curves to be dropped in the upgrade. Looks like they have a fix in the works, though:
Newbie question alert - what is the CLP program?
Be gentle with me
My vote would be nothing - it detracts from conversations about Canon gear. Let's face it, 99% of the people on here are loyal Canonites. Let's get on with posting about Canon related stuff and leave the school yard antics behind us.@scaleusa - as we're talking about karma here, what's the reason you've got so much negative karma? You're not offensive, etc. If admins collect it so much, then maybe there's something wrong with it from start?
As administrator, I've had to do some unpopular things, like giving warnings, bans, etc. Undoubtedly some of those start giving smites whenever they can. It comes with the territory.
Unfortunately, the Karma system is not very flexible, and modifying it requires third party software which might make us venurable to hacking, or just plain be incompatible. So, its all or nothing.
That video busted my gut! . Thanks for sharing. No smites from me, all applauds
Interesting subject, several weeks ago when there was a poll for keeping karma, I voted to keep it. Today I'd say pull it unless maybe you could see what post you got neg or pos karma for.
I have a few smites and honestly I couldn't tell you why. Read my posts. I think my posts are either helpful, valid questions, or non controversial remarks. Just remember, CR has a huge following, lots of folks, opinions, and personalities.
I'm convinced if you list your opinion and it differs from someone else, you will eventually get smitten. Pretty sure I got dinged for listing "No flip-out screen" on my 7D II wish list. Not losing any sleep over it
I am a photographer who owns and uses the current 7D extensively, and I really like the camera. It is a very good step up from other APS-C cameras.
My 7DmkII wishlist is:
- 5 Custom settings on mode dial (get rid of "Creative Auto" and "Full Auto")
- Apart from that keep the body the same
- At least 2 stops cleaner 18MP APS-C sensor
- Improved DR at all ISOs, especially at 100 and 200 (for landscapes)
- Exposure bracketing allowing up to 9 photos (+/- 5EV)
- Dual Digic 5+ (one dedicated to AF)
- Built in interval meter
- Price AUD $1800 - $2000
Possibly / optional (points below not critical to me)
- Possibly up to 30 AF points (all cross-type, need to be well spaced out
- ISO up to 25,600 (or 51,200 - even if noisy)
- Fast & full time AF for video & Live View - linked to AF button (can use FT MF on USM lenses)
- Dedicated mirror lock-up button, or assignable to an existing button eg MFn
- Sturdy flip out screen (useful for macros)
- Option of 12fps @ 8MP or 10 fps @ 10 MP
- Dual cards (SD backup for ultra critical events / photo outings)
- With these 'optional' points included above, price AUD $2000 - $2200
Am I being unreasonable?
I think this is being reasonable:
- New sensor with improved low and high ISO (clean ISO 1600)!!
- Dual Digic 5
- Same build, maybe a little better weather seal
- Improved DR
- Maybe a few more AF points (all cross)
- Same screen (resolution & aspect ratio) as 5D3
- No flip-out screen
- Multiple micro adjust settings per lens (does 5D3 have this?)
- Price inside 2K US dollars
Would be nice but don't see it happening:
- Radio controlled flash
- User replaceable focusing screens
dual digic 5+
and remove the flash and replace it with GPS sensor, I mean this camera is geared at action and wildlife (not that it is not capable of doing other things)
also usb 3.0 or eithernet port