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Title: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: theqca on December 14, 2014, 11:08:41 PM
I know the gods at Canikon will not listen but it would be interesting to see what you guys think about features & functions that should be there in cameras to be launched in 2015.

Most of my comments are for Nippon Kōgaku however you Canon people needn't celebrate - things are pretty much the same in your end of the world too.

Here's what I want in 2015 (either Nikon or Canon will do - I'm willing to jump )

More buttons & dials - Canikon however seem to be moving into the touchscreen arena. I need a real camera please not something like an andriod app

Larger viewfinders - Why are we getting teeny weeny viewfinders that don't offer 100% coverage in models that are not top end?

Nikon - get rid of that G lens thingy and lets have those aperture controls on all lenses. Apart from me loving them, they also help a lot while using manual Extension tubes, reversed lenses etc etc

Small files - I want more megapixels and photos which are larger but i dont want each photo to be 100mb. No dear Canikon i will not shoot at anything less than the best quality jpeg settings and i will also shoot RAW - how you do it is your problem. You are forcing me to upgrade my PC, Ram, Hard disk and everything else by continuing to make your image sizes larger and larger everytime I upgrade the camera body.

Larger and more accurate LCDs - I'm tired of getting pics which look great on the camera LCD and don't look all that good on my monitor when i get back home. A better and more realistic LCD is more important than wasting money on researching things like in-camera angry bird video games.

Just one standard battery for all models

2 dials in all camera models - I Still haven't understood why entry level cameras cannot have two dials and require the pressing of some other button + turn the dial thingy to change aperture / shutter unlike higher end models where you have a separate dial for each setting. 1 plastic dial cant be all that expensive!!


Multiple camera models in each category
- You've got D3200, D5300, D7000, D7100, D610, D750, Df, D810, D810e, D4s - Not sure if consumers are confused or the manufacturer but I sure am confused.

Terrible DSLR adverts with basic errors in composition like a tilted horizon - I still don't believe this but its there on the Nikon website - http://www.nikon.co.in/en_IN/products/categories/dslr.page? There's also another version which even has terrible subject placement - http://www.photographyclubofindia.com/boards/index.php?topic=3009.0 I don't know about the rest of the world but I will not buy a camera by looking at Priyanka Chopra.

Stop painting cameras Red or maroon or whatever you call that shade (canon's got one in white too) - Can we go back to good old Black and Silver please?

No Different card types - I need one card type - SD will do. I don't want CF + SD or any similar nonsense.
Make a universal slot that takes all card types.


Make a universal charger that charges all batteries.
Make a battery charger that charges like my mobile phone and kindle - the kinds that plugs into any USB socket.

I paid more than a lakh for a full frame and now I need to pay more for a vertical grip because you couldn't add one while making the camera? Really?

Don't ever change the lens mount like Canon did. Stick to the F mount. It aint broke - don't fix it.

Get rid of those G lenses. Please. And I don't think anyone really makes a profit by removing those motors or adding them. If Canon isn't crippling its lower end camera bodies why does Nikon have to?

Sell all camera models without kit lenses for those who don't want those terrible 18-55 pieces of plastic.

Make better in camera black and white - Or get rid of that in-built black and white mode. It gives terrible results. I'm sure we're capable of having a black and white mode that turns out proper monochrome images that look the way monochrome images are supposed to look.

Give me a proper camera strap. The one's that come with the cameras are a pain if you've ever used them in the field. Even Chinese made straps that are available for a few hundred rupees are more comfortable than the straps made by Nikon or Canon

Come up with a Digital rangefinder. One that's not as expensive as a Leica. One that has a mount which will allow me to use a nice fast 35mm or 50mm. No I don't want to buy a Fuji.


(http://www.myworld.nl/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/2015.jpg)

Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: mannusingh on December 14, 2014, 11:20:54 PM
I agree with most of your demands but I don't understand why G lenses are  a problem. Canon has had G lenses ever since the EF mount was introduced and if you really need MF you can still use the older manual or AF lenses. It's not a matter of crippling lower end bodies. Canon just does not allow older FD lenses with  apertures  to be mounted and used at all. But this G lens road map is definitely the right way ahead coz no matter what one says the Canon EF mount is the most robust and feature rich lens mount out there. As good as the F mount is as far as compatibility with older lenses is, that EF mount is just  a lot better.

I would rather see a hybrid AF system that would do away with the AF fine tune nonsense that phase detect forces you to do. So what I am looking for is phase detect advantages with accuracy of contrast detect.

Ever since I have started using the focus peaking feature on my new GX7, I wish  they incorporate it in DSLRs too to aid manual focusing.

May be some more DO lenses like Canon which are not obscenely expensive and can actually reduce weight and size for longer telephotos.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: theqca on December 14, 2014, 11:41:41 PM
I agree with most of your demands but I don't understand why G lenses are  a problem.

They don't have an aperture ring - that's the main problem that I have. I like the aperture ring. Even if its not used most of the time. It feels good. It also comes in handy when reverse mounting a lens or using manual ETs. It also comes in handy when I want to put a roll through one of my older cameras.

One of the reasons I moved to Nikon from Canon some years ago was that I could use my older lenses. I liked them and wanted to use them. Canon didn't give me that option.

Here's what Nikon has to say about G lenses "The only difference between Nikon AF-D and AF-G lenses is that AF-G have no aperture ring. Studies reveal that few Professionals are now using lenses with aperture rings, the ability to electronically adjust exposures by 1/3 stop via the command dials far outperforms manual ring adjustment, however experienced the user may be"

If everything else is the same - why have a G lens when its not going to let me use a manual ET, reverse mount my lens as well as ensure I cant put it on one of my film cameras?








Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: theqca on December 14, 2014, 11:43:05 PM

Ever since I have started using the focus peaking feature on my new GX7, I wish  they incorporate it in DSLRs too to aid manual focusing.


That sounds interesting...I've never tried it out...how does it work?
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: somnath goswami on December 15, 2014, 07:12:05 AM
@Ayaz ... focus peaking is really helpful, specially for macro.

My wish list.

In camera body :

1. Measurement of focal  distance : I wish I get a feedback of the distance at which I am focusing. Would be invaluable for using hyper focal distance method.

2. Timer with mirror lock up : That would greatly minimise the need for a separate remote.

3. Full functioning top LCD : May be a smaller one but one that would help us to do composition better when the camera is in lower position.

4. On board HDD : Why some flimsy SD/CF cards ?

On lenses :

1. Hard stop at infinity : If you have ever tried night shooting, you will understand the reason. Yes there are ways to work around but naturally a compromise.

2.Proper DOF scale: Like the old lenses, a proper DOF scale painted or even better engraved on the artel itself.

3.Infinity marker for infra-red : Some older Nikkors used to have them & they really help.

4. Retractable hoods : Ahh old times.

Will closely look into this thread. Thanks for starting this Ayaz

cheers
Somnath
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Hyperdrive on December 15, 2014, 09:44:25 AM
My wish list for 2015 and beyond:

a) Dual/hybrid 100% VFs at least on FF DSLRs. I appreciate the focus peaking feature of MLCs. But believe EVFs aren't a complete substitute for a large clear 100% OVF just yet, hence a dual VF would be good.

b) Aperture ring - always appreciated the old D type lenses for this.

c) Standardisation of cards - XQD, CF and SD. WTF Nikon, please go with just 1 or 2 types in all your card slots. I'd prefer XQD (primary) and SD (secondary) as they are more robust. A CF card is a pain...if you are not careful bent pins are a possibility. A pretty expensive thing to repair.

d) MUCH better lens collars and tripod feet preferably Arca-Swiss compatible. Nikon consistently screws up here forcing customers to opt for 3rd party solutions that add to the overall TCO.

e) Comfortable straps for cameras and lenses. Gosh! Collaborate if you cant get it right!!
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: VikramF on December 17, 2014, 11:17:37 AM
What would I want?? (Besides Nikon to completely replace their Service Center teams with human beings who can think .... if you've seen a few of my recent posts, you'll understand why I said that, if not - just agree as it's for the betterment of humanity).

Camera Bodies:
Lenses:Other Stuff:Am sure there's more ... ah yes!! ... fire the staff at the Nikon Service Center in Bangalore.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: yndesai on December 17, 2014, 02:59:11 PM
Wishlist of this kind can never end.

I wish to use CHDK on my Sony A58.
If they made one 6mpx APSc Cam with ISO 4 gazzillion capability.

But my most simple wish is to have an electronic film roll with
FF sized sensor which could fit in those wonderfull old camera bodies
and brought them alive.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Sandeep on December 17, 2014, 11:09:50 PM
Since I've moved to Fuji only recently and that too the old Xe1 with only 18-55 lens,  not sure if my inputs matter because some might have been taken care in higher models and lenses, but anyways this sounds interesting so here goes..

1. The fly-by-wire aperture ring does not feel intuitive. A proper marked ring would be nice and easier.

2. Like DSLRs, need the four way buttons to select AF points by default. It's awkward and unintuitive having to click button at bottom left while framing to change the AF point.

3. Firmware update that will set the image quality back to its original setting (in my case raw+jpeg) after I come out of the jpeg only modes. This is driving me nuts.

4. You made me taste blood of clean high iso performance, so please increase that by another stop through some firmware wizardry :-P

5. Would like to have a dedicated dial for iso(i think already in xt1?) . Loved the dials for exposure and shutter speed.

6. A color calibrated back lcd. I wonder why camera manufacturers don't find it important?

That's that.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: mannusingh on December 18, 2014, 09:16:12 AM
Some more from me.

The more I use my GX-7, the more I appreciate the IBIS. Yes we have lens based OIS but for all the lenses that do not have it, some kind of IBIS implementation should be there as MPs rise to stratospheric levels.

An inbuilt or external TC matched to every telephoto lenses, like that on the Nikon 800 5.6 and the Canon 200-400.

A better 2X TC by Nikon, Canon already has it for years. It cant be too tough to make a better TC

Again I repeat, light weight telephotos.

Better buffers on enthusiast camera bodies. Nikon this one is for you.



Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: LightWave on December 18, 2014, 11:11:54 AM
Well the D vs G deoesn't apply to me as there are no manual aperture ring lenses in the EF mount line up. But is Nikon even introducing any new D lenses? I guess all new announcements are going to be either G or S. So whatever you might achieve with the D lenses in terms of reverse mounting or using Manual ETs, you can spend a few more dollars and do with a S/G lens. I don't think companies are going to try to give us things which make us spend less :)

As for what I need .... this discussion made me lookup the ML site and since I last checked, the ML firmware for my MkIII has now appeared. So a lot of my needs should be met by that.Focus peaking, intervalometer, bracketing on steroids ....

Yes one thing mentioned above that I would like .... the distance at which the object on which I focus. I am sure it's sheer maths and can be introduced in firmware.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Hankosaurus on December 18, 2014, 01:57:31 PM
Since we're just wishing here... I'd like to see a standardized mechanism whereby a sensor module can be replaced or upgraded as technology improves.  I would also like to see a mechanism whereby the sensor plane can tilt a little along the x and y axis, thereby imparting some view camera style capability to the 35mm format.

I empathize with yndesai.
...But my most simple wish is to have an electronic film roll with FF sized sensor which could fit in those wonderful old camera bodies and brought them alive.
  All I ever wanted from digital was digital film for my F2.  But it wasn't to be.

:)
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: VikramF on December 18, 2014, 02:46:28 PM
...But my most simple wish is to have an electronic film roll with FF sized sensor which could fit in those wonderful old camera bodies and brought them alive.
  All I ever wanted from digital was digital film for my F2.  But it wasn't to be.

Pity this didn't come about to be:

(http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2011/04/digital_film-1.jpeg)
http://www.wired.com/2011/04/digital-film-concept-could-resurrect-dead-film-cameras/
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: xenocarcinus on December 18, 2014, 03:08:19 PM
You can use this post every year from here on by changing year from 2015 to 2016 to 2017 and so on....


Full Frame Pentax camera !!!

hahaha

nuf said...
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: yndesai on December 18, 2014, 10:04:26 PM

Pity this didn't come about to be:

(http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2011/04/digital_film-1.jpeg)


There was a real project which did not get funds
http://www.popphoto.com/gear/2013/08/digipod-fundraiser-wants-to-turn-your-film-cameras-digital
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Sandeep on December 19, 2014, 08:06:10 AM

   
  • Real-time feedback on the display of the focus-distance. I can see that info on the EXIF file, so I know it's being measured somewhere ... why can't it be shown in the viewfinder? It would be great for setting hyperfocal distances.

XE1 does show real-time focus-distance in MF mode , albeit in form of a slider moving over a distance scale (rather than absolute values).
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: gautam023 on December 19, 2014, 12:21:20 PM
I would keep my wishlist Canon centric being a Canon user.
What I would wish for in cameras software upgrade is,

Incorporate Magic Lantern - Its only software. And nothing risky like overclocking.
I would love to have features like focus peaking, intervalometer, customising AEB for shots and EV difference.

More frame size options during videos.

The picture styles seem too outdated for me. Develop some additional options for in-camera processing of RAW. Something which can be configured in a computer and then exported back to a Camera [like Custom Picture Styles]. Few more options than the usual Contrast, Saturation, etc.


Some wishes on the hardware front would be,
A dial for ISO, as suggested by others, would be lovely. Would be of tremendous help in videos.

An option in the lens for manual aperture change like manual focus override. So we could have a de-clicked aperture ring [like Cine lenses] plus the option of changing the aperture through the dials and software as well.

Incorporate in body IS [like Sony]. Would definitely help in making lenses cheaper and more affordable. Plus the option of using old manual lenses with IS would be lucrative.

After trying a Sony A7S, I feel, Canon seriously needs to up the game at sensor level. Also, the ISO performance needs some working.


I see most of the updates coming from those who have shot film and want to replicate the film camera feel. [Had to refrain myself from calling them oldies  ;) ;)]

Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Bharat Varma on December 19, 2014, 01:35:38 PM
Most of my pain in getting the ultimate IQ comes from not being able to nail focus unless I am on a tripod and shooting at 10x in live view.

I don't see an ultra accurate spot focus (spot at the target, not in the viewfinder) happening anytime soon, so how about some high quality Focus bracketing?
If I can shoot 10 fps, why can't I have each frame vary target focus by an increment that I can specify?
Add in-camera focus stacking to this for even better effect.

Canon and Nikon - How about a magnified picture-in-picture overlaid within optical viewfinders on DSLR bodies? Else Sony will soon have your lunch (and breakfast and dinner and snacks in between). Seeing Canon lenses fully functional (aperture control, AF, IS) with a cheap third party adapter on the Sony A7R was something of a revelation. Sony may not even have to make it's own high end lenses if they speed up the AF and make it more usable. Lenses are probably the only thing holding people back from Sony (other than the fact they once wanted to plant rootkits on your personal computers - but most people have very short memories).

Universal chargers would be absolutely wonderful. Respect the environment, guys.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Brendon on December 20, 2014, 02:48:03 AM
I really wish manufacturers would give us far more reliable AF. Not faster so much but reliable.

A rather large percentage of photos are OOF which shouldn't be the case in this day and age.

And this is with a good body like a 5d mk 3.

Also I need smaller and lighter cameras. After using my small Sony bodies going to a heavier body like a Canon 5d mk 3 is a pain in the hands !

Smaller and ligher is something I appreciate.

And yes touchscreens are good but we also need buttons. More buttons please !!!

100% viewfinder should be standard now. Nothing below this please.

And yes please do more research on EVFs. They are improving a lot but lately they have stagnated a bit.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: LightWave on December 20, 2014, 11:06:12 PM
OOF shots with Mkiii? Since when you shifted to MkIII? Also I have found MkIII AF one of the best. Which lenses are you using?

As for requirements, Canon needs to beg/borrow/cheat on sensors and get DxO ratings up so Octamod can stop quoting DxO :D
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: naturecloseups on December 21, 2014, 11:05:24 AM
A few things on my (wild) wishlist

1. All camera manufacturers (or for that matter consumer electronics equipment manufacturers) should offer a trade-in recycle program. It's about time.

2. Global shutter (or at least EFCS) becoming more standard offering on all bodies

3. Fuji bring back the honeycomb layout of SuperCCD. Or forget about HD movie recording and bring back SuperCCD. And rein in your EXR adventures and present some Bayer/"Foveon-like" options, its not the silver bullet you were probably hoping it to be.

4. Somebody (OEM) please track down and buy patents/design IP rights for Vivitar 135/2.8 Close Focus, Tokina 90/2.5 macro, Sigma 180/5.6 Macro and Kiron 105/2.8 Macro  -- then re-release with ED elements and nano crystal coating. Cosina Voigtlander / Zeiss could probably do it if they were keen. And restart manufacturing of Voigtlander APO Makro 125/2.5

5. Sigma continue to give Zeiss a run for their money with your "Art" series lenses

6. And for Sony -- more E/FE mount *non-redundant* lenses please.



Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: PixelHunter on December 21, 2014, 12:11:49 PM
My small wish list (knowing fully well that camera manufacturers won't give a damn)-

1.As a new Sony user, more good prime lenses for the E mount.
2. Manufactures should stop screwing customers by deliberately crippling their models only to release a new model with the deficiencies corrected within a year so that customers would cough up more money.
3. Focus peaking in DSLRs. After using it in NEX 6, I will miss it sorely in DSLRs for Manual focusing. Makes manual focusing so much easy and fun.
4.WiFi built in every new model. Thus is 2015 and this is not really asking much.
5. Proper weather sealing. Don't make cameras which can't be used in a slight drizzle, or in slight dust. If I need a camera that only sits in a cabinet , I would rather buy something else.

And finally, I would like Leica to realise that there are people in the world who don't have millions of dollars to throw away for camera equipments  :P
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Brendon on December 21, 2014, 06:40:26 PM
OOF shots with Mkiii? Since when you shifted to MkIII? Also I have found MkIII AF one of the best. Which lenses are you using?

As for requirements, Canon needs to beg/borrow/cheat on sensors and get DxO ratings up so Octamod can stop quoting DxO :D

Ha ha doc you seem really surprised ! Well I have shot over 20k photos with a 5d mk 3 already over a few weddings and Kunnal shoots with a 5d mk3 and I process his photos so I know how many come OOF.

It happens in low light. Not so much in good light. My Sony cameras are a bit worse in that respect but not a huge way off. The 5d mk 3 of course focuses faster in low light. And we used multiple lenses like 70-200mm f2.8 mk 2, Canon 24-70mm f2.8 mk 2, 85mm f1.2 L, 35mm f1.4 L.

Faced focus misses with each and every lens but less with the 24-70mm f2.8 lens mainly because of the larger DOF.

@All - Oh yeah forgot about the weather sealing. Make all new lenses weather sealed or at least resistant.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Hyperdrive on December 21, 2014, 07:04:37 PM
It happens in low light. Not so much in good light.

That's true. I've never used a 5D3 but as per user reports/reviews the Canon AF system falters a bit in low light while the Nikon AF system performs better. In good light the Canon AF system is as fast as any other out there.

There's more to read on this topic on the Internet.

PS - To add, maybe this has been fixed in newer firmware releases. But there are fewer topics on low light AF issues nowadays than there were when the camera was released.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: theqca on December 21, 2014, 07:46:03 PM
Real Man use manual focus - ancient chinese proverb
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: mannusingh on December 21, 2014, 08:22:24 PM
Real Man use manual focus - ancient chinese proverb
Yes true. But I find modern DSLRs a pain to use for MF. I have a Yashica FX-3 with a split screen focus screen and a huge and I mean huge VF. I won't mind MF lenses with a such a brilliant VF and a split focusing screen but I find today's modern DSLRs a pain to use. The best I have used is a D800E, but I still find it grossly inadequate.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Hyperdrive on December 21, 2014, 08:51:13 PM
Modern DSLRs even high end FF models are optimised for AF not MF. In fact up until the D700 we had options of using a Katzeye or other 3rd party focussing screen. With the D800/D4 onwards focus screen options have ceased to exist (AFAIK). Guess the situation is much the same in the Canon camp.

There's a noticeable difference when I recall my F5's VF to the D4. The F100 is pretty good but it's not a 100% coverage VF. Up until the late 90s cameras had MF friendly focus screens. Unfortunately no more.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: LightWave on December 21, 2014, 10:24:05 PM
Ayaz you'll be happy to know added one MF lens to my collection today.
Now that I have focus peaking on MkIII it's much easier for my aging eyes. :)
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Hankosaurus on December 22, 2014, 01:51:33 AM
Real Man use manual focus - ancient Chinese proverb
:D :D
Yes true. But I find modern DSLRs a pain to use for MF. I have a Yashica FX-3 with a split screen focus screen and a huge and I mean huge VF. I won't mind MF lenses with a such a brilliant VF and a split focusing screen but I find today's modern DSLRs a pain to use. The best I have used is a D800E, but I still find it grossly inadequate.
I had the same impression when I got the D700 a few years ago.  MF is manageable with a D700, but it is far better with classic Japanese MMM SLR.  It's not hard to understand how it is that one who did not grow up with one of those would today believe that MF is a hopeless endeavor.
Ayaz you'll be happy to know added one MF lens to my collection today.
Now that I have focus peaking on MkIII it's much easier for my aging eyes. :)
What's that, Doc?  Is it like the little green focus confirmation LED in Nikon dSLRs?  In my camera that light seems to agree with my best effort to manual focus most of the time.

:)
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: yndesai on December 22, 2014, 09:05:04 AM
What's that, Doc?  Is it like the little green focus confirmation LED in Nikon dSLRs?  In my camera that light seems to agree with my best effort to manual focus most of the time.

In Sony A58 (and may be others too) or using CHDK with my Canon P&S the focus peaking is function which higlight the borders of parts in focus with red or yellow colour to help user. It happens in LED display and EVF.

My favorite function during manual focus.
Title: Re: Camera Features / Functions Wishlist - What do you want in 2015?
Post by: Hankosaurus on December 22, 2014, 12:12:13 PM
What's that, Doc?  Is it like the little green focus confirmation LED in Nikon dSLRs?  In my camera that light seems to agree with my best effort to manual focus most of the time.

In Sony A58 (and may be others too) or using CHDK with my Canon P&S the focus peaking is function which higlight the borders of parts in focus with red or yellow colour to help user. It happens in LED display and EVF.

My favorite function during manual focus.

Thanks, Yagnesh.

I appreciate the education.

:)