I bought these having got back into cubing recently & even though I'll never be a speed cuber, I enjoy the challenge. Cubes came quickly. The 2x2 cube is the easiest - no problems at all. Smooth movement and easy to use. The 4x4 cube has smaller cubelets but a couple of times a centre cap has popped off. No problems putting it back in though. As a problem, I find it harder than the 5x5 and I'm still working on it. The 5x5 is easy to turn and has provided many hours of fun. Why only 4 stars? Because, as has been pointed out in other reviews, there's no orange on the cubes, it's been replaced with a purple colour which, paricularly in low or flourescent light, can be difficult to tell… Read more
I ordered this as a download because I'm impatient and didn't want to wait for delivery (More fool me). It downloaded easily enough but the installer kept crashing. Amazon did give me a refund, but I don't think I'll be ordering any more downloads as in the small print software downloads are excluded from returns - a potentially expensive situation! In the end I've kept my Family Tree Maker 2012 and spent the money on an Ancestry subscription.
I bought this lens to go with my D5100, and you can rest assured that it does work properly with this camera. I was concerned about whether the auto focus would work, but no problems for me. But be aware that the end of the lens rotates on focusing, so filters that screw to the end of the lens, such as polarising filters may not work as intended. As has been stated by other reviewers, the pictures come out very soft,especially towards 300mm & sharpening, either in camera or post-processing, doesn't make a huge difference. Obviously, for the price, you're not getting image stabilisation & if this is important to you, then spending twice the money on the Nikon 55-300 lens may be a… Read more