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Many readers have written to me to express their satisfaction at what they learned from the Raw-file Converters article. You can spend hundreds of dollars buying and downloading the various raw converters, and several days evaluating them on your own. But why not spend a fraction of the money and time and simple order your copy today—it’s also the least expensive diglloyd review, and you can see for yourself why diglloyd reviews are worth the money. If you’re in the market for a Nikon D2X, Canon EOS 5D or Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II, you’ll also want to check out the D2X vs EOS article—my most comprehensive article ever.
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The long-promised article on creating high-resolution composite images using shift lenses is underway. This article will cover background material on shift lenses and how they work, focal length and field of view, parallax, equipment considerations, optical considerations, operating procedure, assembly of the composite image, gotchas, tips and techniques and more! An overview of all the available shift lenses for Nikon and Canon will also be included. And as usual with diglloyd articles, plenty of examples will be included.
The article will take at least another month to complete, and its preparation may be interrupted by a review of the Nikon D200, but a number of readers are eager to see it completed soon—it will be.