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Sub, we're going for a beer. I dont know when, I dont know how, but we are.

But only one or two, as I'm actually tracking what I eat now.

edited to add: I just reviewed the S95. I hope my review doesn't suck!
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Originally Posted by MistaBernie View Post

Sub, we're going for a beer. I dont know when, I dont know how, but we are.
But only one or two, as I'm actually tracking what I eat now.
edited to add: I just reviewed the S95. I hope my review doesn't suck!

Fine, who needs you cool kids anyways. We'll have fun without you sad-smiley-002.gif
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Any advice for a zoom lens guys? I am looking at the 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 VR or VRII Nikkor used there is one for $400 at my local craigs, I got 2 primes listen on my sig.

Or the 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR would be more viable? I was a waterpolo game yesterday I was naggining on how I couldnt zoom in tongue.gif

Also looking at the Tamron's the 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC looks tempting for the price.

Also add me to teh list please smile.gif
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55-200 VR is like $250 new and if you can live without the wider end of the 18-200, optically superior to it according to reviews. You might be able to find a Sigma 70-200 2.8 (First gen.) for around $500ish.

http://www.photozone.de/nikon--nikkor-aps-c-lens-tests/246-nikkor-af-s-55-200mm-f4-56g-if-ed-dx-vr-review--test-report
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OK guys i seem to be having an issue with my D5100 Raw format And Photoshop.
I have both Photoshop AND the Camera Raw plugin Updated to their latest respective versions.
The issue i am having is that when Photoshop opens a Raw from my camera, it brings bright colors WAY OUT (mainly blues)
here is a comparison:
I use a program called Faststone Image viewer to go through the shots and pick out the good ones for editing in photoshop. this is what i see in faststone (what the pic should look like):
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But if i open the raw up in Photoshop it brings the blue WAY out, and i get this:
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Every photo program has its own way of interpreting the RAW data from a camera. The normal Adobe Standard color space looks substantially different from the Nikon Standard, which you can select within Camera RAW if you're so inclined.
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Every photo program has its own way of interpreting the RAW data from a camera. The normal Adobe Standard color space looks substantially different from the Nikon Standard, which you can select within Camera RAW if you're so inclined.

No Nikon standard appears in the list of selectable color spaces. all i can see are these 4:
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Adobe RGB (1998)
Colormatch RGB
ProPhoto RGB
sRGB IEC61966-2.1

Does this mean i need to add it or is that even possible?

I realize that RAW/NEF is not standard between models but i never had this problem with my D3000 using Adobe RGB.
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Ok i just went through some settings in my camera and found that i can choose a color space on the camera itself. i tried having it set on Adobe RGB and photoshop still blew the colors way out when set on adobe RGB
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Ok i figured it out. i had to go into the camera calibration pane of camera raw and change the "Camera Profile" setting from "Adobe standard" to one of the others (none of the others blow the color way out) redface.gif
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