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Well Nikon does make the best 24-70mm f/2.8 on the market. It is so good that Canon users buy adapter rings to mount it. Losing AF, and metering. Just say... I won't mention my D800 or D4. Still just saying... :)
Sorry, was in the darkroom and couldn't come out until just now. As from my post above, I have nothing wrong with IS in a camera or phone. My "problem" is that this will give the impression that the average house wife can just pick up an iPhone and shoot images just like a pro. Throw in a filter or 7 and that's all it takes.
We aren't talking about DSLR's are we? We are talking about image stabilization that will be put into a phone and the sure to follow marking barrage that will suddenly convince the unknowing that they too can shoot like a pro. As for knowing about the cost of IS in a pro lens, I know quite well, considering I have: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8, 24-70mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8, 85mm f1.8, 105mm f/2.8, 300mm f2.8, 50mm f/1.8, 15mm Fisheye f/2.8. That's roughly $19k in lenses. All image...
Another gimmick with all of the rubbish filters and apps they slap on will convince people they are actually photographers. Just another way to dumb down consumers.
Seeing is believing...
Then don't and don't bitch about it. Get some life into your life and move on.
Really? A book to describe a simple issue? 
I can dream quite a bit. A trip to the local 7-11 doesn't count as going abroad. Back to the holler and get a clue.
Actually Mr. Skil you are correct. I was making reference to the fact that most Americans don't have passports, nor travel outside of CONUS let alone live anywhere else. Yes Canada and Mexico are abroad in that sense but the comment that I responded to is typical of someone with parochial ambitions.
Said by someone who thinks that Mexico and Canada is abroad. Get a passport.
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