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Originally Posted by GoneTomorrow View Post
That chart (wherever it's form - source?) is for all digital cameras - DSLR and P&S. I was talking about DSLRs, not every bloody P&S digital camera out there:



Nikon tops Canon in DSLR sales

So Nikon isn't the Indie rock of DSLRs, they're just as trendy as Canon DSLRs these days, and slightly more so as it seems.
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Canon won the camera war by just one per cent – taking a 41 per cent market share to Nikon's 40 per cent.
Canon is the winnar, so Nikon is still indie

*Before I get flamed off the board, keep in mind I'M JOKING, playing around and trying to bring some humor to the thread
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I don't like the idea of having to take off a 18-55mm and putting on a 70-200mm lense... the idea of exposing the camera sensor to the elements is too much for me, sorry.

There is also the problem of the time it takes to swap out lenses compared to changing the focal length.

Niagara Falls is cold. /off-topic
Heh, I am aiming to get the 80-200mm F/2.8 lens at some point, and the though of switching back and forth between my 18-70mm doesn't really bother me that much. Just keep the body facing down the minimize the possibility. Besides, dust will get in there anyways. It's inevitable.

The time taken to swap lenses, replace lens caps, etc is understandably a pain. But since most of my work is easy to prepare for, I'll be alright. I mean, the 80-200mm will mostly see duty when I'm out doing motorsports photography (Auto-x and drifting primarily...I want a road course!). The 18-70 would be my everyday lens for its flexibility. Although, a lens with slightly longer reach might become a daily use when I can afford a better one.

Heh heh, poor Australian dude! You came to Canada at the wrong time man!
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Canon is the winnar, so Nikon is still indie

*Before I get flamed off the board, keep in mind I'M JOKING, playing around and trying to bring some humor to the thread
Isn't that what they call editorial juxtaposition? Here's the full quote:

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The fight in the DSLR market between Canon and Nikon has always been a close one, with last year's figures suggesting that Canon won the camera war by just one per cent – taking a 41 per cent market share to Nikon's 40 per cent.
So Nikon is actually the winner currently! Yes, Canon loses! The difference is seriously like one percent or less, as it has been for several years. Together Canon and Nikon have over 80%, but Sony and Olympus are slowly chipping away at that.

We need a Canon vs. Nikon clan war on CODWAW or something.
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Owned with the truth. I don't know the amount of truth behind that though.

I was thinking about getting one of those .

I don't like the idea of having to take off a 18-55mm and putting on a 70-200mm lense... the idea of exposing the camera sensor to the elements is too much for me, sorry.

There is also the problem of the time it takes to swap out lenses compared to changing the focal length.

Just my 2c.

Niagara Falls is cold. /off-topic
I like switching lenses, kind of like playing golf.

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I own an 18-200 mm vr zoom nikkor and I assure you it is by no means a "noob" lens. IQ is outstanding.
And the Canon version is very decent too, but the problem with both is that they're way too expensive and not worth the money.
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Canon is the winnar, so Nikon is still indie

*Before I get flamed off the board, keep in mind I'M JOKING, playing around and trying to bring some humor to the thread
indie kid !!!
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I had no idea such a thread existed. I'll try to throw up a few of my shots a little later!


btw, I shoot with an olympus evolt e-500 w/ 14-45mm f3.5-5.6
    
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Got a very noob question for you guys that use photoshop I shoot in raw and when I first open them they have all kinds of red but even if I dont adjust at all just click the open button then the reds gone... So whats going on? What am I doing wrong?

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Got a very noob question for you guys that use photoshop I shoot in raw and when I first open them they have all kinds of red but even if I dont adjust at all just click the open button then the reds gone... So whats going on? What am I doing wrong?

At the very top right of the screen where the histogram is, there is a small triangular button at the top right (which is labeled "Highlight clipping warning" when you mouse over it); click this and the red spots will disappear. This feature shows you where you have blown highlights. On the opposite side is the Shadow clipping feature as well which shows up blue.
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At the very top right of the screen where the histogram is, there is a small triangular button at the top right (which is labeled "Highlight clipping warning" when you mouse over it); click this and the red spots will disappear. This feature shows you where you have blown highlights. On the opposite side is the Shadow clipping feature as well which shows up blue.
Thank you I have alot to learn obviously.
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Thank you I have alot to learn obviously.
Well, while we're on that, if you have that feature on and see the red splotches in your shot, drag the "Recovery" slider to the right and you will notice them shrink. This is ACR's attempt the recover clipped highlights, pretty neat feature but only works for slightly blown highlights (some, like really overexposed cloudy skies, are beyond hope).
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