But then you wonder how this compares to our ban on assisted suicide for the terminally ill and of chronic disease. One group can decide to make a fairly perilous trip, and another cannot choose to end theirs.
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You know people use TVs to play stuff they download.
I'm not so sure. LG sends back info on what you're watching via USB, Amazon, Netflix. No voice control there. I think smart TVs will keep taking liberties,
But if all tv makers do the same thing, you'll vote with your wallet by not having a tv at all. Other people (like me) only found out about LG reporting back to their servers what you're watching only after buying the TV, and unplugging ethernet was easier than taking the TV back.
It's an invasion of privacy, no different than medical information or what you talk about with your lawyer, yet there are privacy protections there. It should be the same here.
Why wouldn't it give you a great shot? Oh, I guess you mean hand held, because you assumed AC will be shooting from the back of a galloping horse.
Do they even make f/8 lenses?
I may be alone in this, but I wand a D800 to replace my D7000. So much easier to grip that thing, whereas I have my pinky hanging off of my D7000.
So you think a photographer just copies his SD card to his computer, resizes the JPEGs and emails them to you? They spend hours reprocessing the RAW images they shot with equipment that probably cost them close to $10k, using software to process it that probably cost them another few grand, and spending a bunch of hours processing and cropping them to tell a story, then hearing your input, going back to reprocess them.
I'm sure $250 is good enough for your Las Vegas wedding though.
Give the chef a bunch of dull knives, put everything in the wrong place, and give him ingredients a few days past their sell by and see how well he works.
I'm not sure about the rental part, since you need to use the camera to get familiar with it so that you don't miss shots. Even leaving it in automatic mode might not be good enough as you might now know how to disable the flash, or why the picture is out of focus.
The iPhone 6 takes decent pics, but I would never remember a trip to London, let alone something as memorable as my wedding, through phone pictures. You could buy a Nikon D50 for $100 and get much better pictures, in RAW format for further fixes. You could spend $400 on a D7000. These things aren't reserved to the weekend warrior professional with loads of money.
And you'd have to print out iPhone pictures, too, unless I missed a new Apple announcement.
So an f/2.2 lens offers greater DoF than a 1.8 lens, or a 1.4 lens?
No one said you have to choose one. The phone is fine to get you by, but you always wish you had something better with you. And if you care enough, carrying an SLR isn't a big hassle.
Picture of the menu, because I'm highly incredulous. I find photographing your food silly, but wouldn't forbid people from doing it. Afterall, how else could I get my chuckles.
Just as suspected, he had no ideas that have any chance of working in the real world.
Why care that you keep living? Don't your parents have other kids? If not, they can create more.
What sort of reasoning is that. You don't think killing our president is something we should strive to prevent, even if we have systems for finding replacements? You think an open seat in the cabinet would be the only outcome of such an event?