Another shot with my modified 50D. Taken right after I got it on a trip to Texas (as was my opening shot of the giraffe).
But - as an hobby photographer with low/medium experience - a switch to Sony for landscape and portrait will be an very urgent option. Canon does not sell something equivalent.
Hi,Thanks Mt Spokane,
SSD would be ideal (still relatively expensive and they complicate machines if you have an SSD and Hard Drive).
Any one tell me about Intel Processors is an I5 sufficient
Anything about Graphic Cards and their influence.
A i5 is fine, you really don't need more.
Here are some benchmarks for photoshop cc using desktop processors. The fastest are at the bottom, its time to perform the specified task.
Note that the i5 and i7 turn in identical scores. The very fast processors at the bottom are extremely expensive. Those turning in 73 or 71 are the standard processors.
Hector, a 500MB SSD is under $200. It can easily hold all your software and your lightroom catalog and have more than 1/2 empty. If you need several TB of space for images, a portable external drive can do it.
You concerns are not necessary. For $400, you can get 1TB. There are three SSD types, A new Laptop will likely have MSATA or M2, but if it has a 2.5 in drive, they all cost about the same,
No. No 'natural color' but just a part of the spectrum of ambient light absorbed and reflected and observed with the human visual system. Your thinking is wrong.
Get acquainted with the science of vision before you make arguments about it.
Your entirely missing the point, but that isn't surprising on these forums. Why not do a couple searches and read some of the articles I am talking about? Your talking spectrum, I'm talking psychology. Missing the point. (Why does everyone around here miss the point 99% of the time? Meh.)
WHo do you think you are fooling?
You do not know what the point is so you do not have one.
Psychology...give me a break. You know nothing about it!
I:'m waitinng for t he 1DX-II and the Zeiss crushing 35/1.4LII, 50/1.2LII, 85/1.2LIII and 135/2.0LII primes.