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So...Surface Pro?
Kweechy - Dual Xeon E5 2696 v3 @ 2.8GHz - 4588 cb  
I think you mean Sony fanboy then since that's where the sensors come from. I've got a Canon 6D...very solid camera, takes beautiful pics, but I'd sell it and buy a D750/D810/A7Rii in a heartbeat if I didn't think my wife would kill me. Those Sony sensors just can't be beat, and they've got about 2 stops of dynamic range over the Canon ones, with WAY more detail in the shadows to boost.
 Exactly, and I'll add to this as well as a VFX Supervisor with tons of experience editing film, pixel peeping, and doing CGI effects. Cameras like the RED Epic and the ARRI Alexa also only have sensors equivalent to APS-C DSLR cameras. If any of you have experience shooting with a camera like the Canon 7D or the Nikon D7000, then you know what the pixels @ 100% size look like on these 20-24MP images...and they answer is ****ty. They look ****ty. This isn't the fault of...
It doesn't matter if it was easy to guess or not. At the end of the day, they got into her account, and that means her security practices could have been better. A good lesson for everyone else out there, that's all. Take nudes if you want and if it turns your crank, just protect your data if you don't want them getting out.
 We all do. Every single day. My house has a lock on it, my car requires a key, my Visa card needs a PIN or security numbers when used online, I withdraw $100 cash every week instead of $1000 every ten, I don't go for 3am jogs through rough parts of town, and I password protect any important data with very strong and unique passwords. To suggest that you're always either a 100% victim or a 100% perpetrator is nonsense, because in some cases it isn't simply black and...
 I'm sorry but the world isn't so black and white. Telling a girl she shouldn't have drank so much after she was raped at a frat party is one thing, telling people they should use stronger passwords when their data is accessed is another. That isn't the same ballgame. It isn't even the same sport. It's not Jennifer Lawrence's fault that someone out there was trying to gain access to her personal data, but given she knows what's available in that data, precautions should...
 This is insane dude, there's no reasoning with you. I don't see anyone "victim blaming" here. If my bank accounts were compromised tomorrow because my password was 1234 for all of my accounts, and because I use that same username and password at every single website I register with...I don't think you'd feel quite as bad for me as you would if I'd taken security precautions that were breached by some vulnerability that my bank overlooked. Ditto for if I left my jewelry...
Speak for yourself. This is clearly aimed at a professional demographic, and I can 100% say I would LOVE to have a pixel density this high. It's still not even as high as a professional level DSLR or RED EPIC will shoot, but it's at least a solid step closer to viewing those images at 100% size all the time.
Been looking at this one a lot lately. The specs are killer and the price isn't too bad either, but I keep reading bad news about the stylus/digitizer when it comes to using apps like ZBrush, Photoshop, Mudbox, Mari, etc.   Anyone here have the machine with their firmware update installed? Can't seem to find any decent, up to date info online.
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