I own an earlier version of Lightroom but not Photoshop. Do I qualify for the Photoshop Photography Program offer?
Yes, this offer is available to anyone until December 31, 2013. There are no previous product ownership requirements.
Who is eligible for this offer?
This offer is available to anyone until December 31, 2013. There are no previous product ownership requirements.
Regardless of the discrepancy, you can avoid missing out on the deal by signing up today. As I've mentioned before, Photoshop CC is definitely worth $9.99 per month – getting Lightroom 5 is just icing on the cake. [Sean]
|Model||10mm f/2.8 ED AS NCS CS|
|Aperture range||F2.8 ~ F22|
|Optical construction||14 elements in 10 groups (2 ASP, 1 ED)|
|Minimal focusing distance||0,25 m|
|Compatibility||APS-C / CS|
|Number of aperture blades||6|
|Angle of View||93.4 - 109.5 degrees (mount dependent)|
|Length||76.7 - 105.5mm (mount dependent)|
|Weight||580 - 620g (mount dependent)|
As expected, the packaging looks like BigValueInc simply took the lens right out of a 5D III kit. My hunch is that we received a lens that was originally packaged with one of the 5D III's sold for $2,445.00 on Black Friday. That would explain the white box and lack of dedicated warranty card (as the warranty card likely went with the camera).
My initial evaluation of the lens has been good. It works just as I would expect it to. I was also able to register the lens with Canon USA.
In conclusion, I had another relatively good experience with BigValueInc. I've never had to deal with BigValueInc in regards to returning an item, but I fear things may not go as smoothly with a return compared to more estabilished retailers such as Adorama, Amazon & BuyDig.com. Based on my experiences, though, I wouldn't be afraid to pull the trigger on an exceptional deal.
That said, with Adorama's significant deals as of late, BigValueInc's low-price advantage is becoming a little less relevant when it comes to choosing a retailer for lens purchases.
Thanks to everyone for your responses! Hopefully some of these wishes will be filled by Canon in the not-so-distant future. ;-)
* For some discontinued products, we may not be able to offer the firmware update due to the discontinuation of related repair parts. Please contact your nearest authorized Sigma distributor for further details.
* Please refer to the link below for further information on the firmware update for the Nikon D5300
For those customers in need of the latest firmware, we are going to provide a free firmware update from December 4th. For discontinued products, please contact your nearest authorized Sigma distributor for further details. Also, for lenses that are compatible with the SIGMA USB DOCK, it is possible to update the firmware via SIGMA Optimization Pro.
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