Forgottenbutnotgone

Forgottenbutnotgone

Joined on May 22, 2012

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  • Replied in Dumb question
    Well the fact that his question caught your eye and warranted your helpful response speaks loads about dumbness. Robert
  • Probably not a professional that based his livelihood on his equipment, unless money was a serious object at the time. The reasoning should be obvious. For example, I've often been in situations ...
  • That's my hope as well. I'm starting to get a little excited like I was when I moved up to the E5. This time I'm hopefully gaining focus reliability, greater sensitivity (I often shoot at 6400) ...
  • To you and Skippy both. Someone may easily have bought their system based on the reasons you both specified, then may have decided that there are many times where they need more. Rather than ...
  • I think that most people either know or soon learn that the equipment has its part to play and the operator theirs. You can never say by looking at what one has accomplished with a certain bit of ...
  • On the other hand however, the small thing you refer to has already been accomplished. There are already scads of excellent small lenses to choose from. If you can remember micro ft also has the ...
  • Your logical necessity is not necessarily logical nor true unless professional standards have not significantly increased in 10 years. Just because a camera happens to exceed a few of the ...
  • There's a good chance that what he needs is less of your "helpful" feedback. RRobert
  • In your haste to reply, you've seemingly substituted rudeness for a meaningful rebuttal. If you actually have anything of substance to say in reply, I'd be interested in hearing it. As it stands ...
  • If it wasn't clear from what I wrote and what I was responding to,then there's no need to concern yourself. Robert
  • That's why I prefaced my statement with "the financial feasibility notwithstanding" as that has already been stated.
  • I didn't overstate, I mis-stated. It wasn't the mantra that I was describing, but rather the opposition to those of such a mindset. Roger appears to me to suggest that people want certain ...
  • That mantra, as you call it is similar to the one that held the E5 as the de-facto pinnacle of Four Thirds. People that argued for a better sensor were considered trolls and worse, whatever could ...
  • Question for Henry. What TTL Radio Triggers are you using? Please do tell. Question for Airmel. When you say they work great, how great do they work in comparison with the E5. What is the same and ...
  • Even if all they did was update the sensor in the exact same E5 body, I'd buy a couple. Any other improvements would be gravy. What else is funy is the fact that when I used to defend those who ...
  • You are definitely not alone. Every time someone brings up the topic there seem to be far too many people ready to shoot it down with a big blast of reality. Hey, dreams are cheap and an updated ...
  • I hope you enjoy your new toy without further issues. I'm looking forward to owning one soon. As an added bonus, now you can update your gear list! Robert
  • In the time wasted writing stuff like this, one could actually be starting a thread on a topic one likes. The whole premise behind a thread based forum is the ability to pick and choose which ...
  • Replied in Tele-converter
    I wish I could say I appreciate your reply but instead I find it rather cruel. It will be at least a couple months before I'll be able to afford one Em1 and the 12-40/40-150. It may be two or ...
  • Replied in Tele-converter
    Wouldn't that pretty much make the tele-converter unnecessary if one was interested the same comparison as the OP, except with the E5 combined with the four thirds lenses? I ask because I'm ...
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