Terrera

Terrera

Lives in Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Works as a Business Consultant & Auditor
Joined on Mar 31, 2005

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Terrera: As a nature photographer, I honestly prefer a 16-600 equivalent lens, with a wide F1.8 or F2.8 wide aperture, F5.6 max at telephoto and A ZOOM RING! You have no idea how much battery that would save and how more precise pictures would be. Don't care abt the small sensor either as long as it has a manageable size. Being weather sealed would also be a plus and USB charging via external power bank and a maximum price of USD600. I would buy it immediately!

Yes... Fuji has been delivering them, but the quality of the lens is not good as well as IQ. Such a pitty as it has everything needed: fast wide lens (24-1000mm @ F2.8/5.6) though it could be wider, zoom ring, RAW recording, 500 shots per charge. However not weather sealed, no time-lapse (nor WiFi and GPS, though I don't care abt those)

http://www.dpreview.com/products/fujifilm/compacts/fujifilm_hs50exr

http://www.dpreview.com/products/fujifilm/compacts/fujifilm_hs50exr

Direct link | Posted on Jul 2, 2015 at 12:05 UTC

As a nature photographer, I honestly prefer a 16-600 equivalent lens, with a wide F1.8 or F2.8 wide aperture, F5.6 max at telephoto and A ZOOM RING! You have no idea how much battery that would save and how more precise pictures would be. Don't care abt the small sensor either as long as it has a manageable size. Being weather sealed would also be a plus and USB charging via external power bank and a maximum price of USD600. I would buy it immediately!

Direct link | Posted on Jun 30, 2015 at 12:23 UTC as 23rd comment | 2 replies
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Eric Hensel: In the photo where he catches the multiple photographers shooting him, only one has the presence of mind to put his camera down and smile :)

According to this photos caption, the simley photographer does not have his wide angle camera with him... its being used by Bolt...

So all you can do is look and laugh LoL

Direct link | Posted on Aug 12, 2012 at 22:18 UTC

Hope they solved the extreme soft image at middle range (135mm to 180mm) and extreme barrel distortion at 50mm... I sold my 18-200 because of that... If so, spectacular lens!

Direct link | Posted on Jun 15, 2012 at 02:04 UTC as 27th comment

I liked it, great camera and excellent idea... but unfortunately Nokia is still a cell phone producer. And they are lacking on one very important issue: OS. No use having a best in class camera if they have a bad OS that cannot handle the hardware, and that is what's happening with Nokia going to Windows Mobile 7.

I like Nokia, all my cell phones were Nokia, but it is used for telecommunications... talking and internet... Wish they would go Android...

Direct link | Posted on Feb 27, 2012 at 23:57 UTC as 142nd comment | 4 replies
On Introduction to Travel Photography article (41 comments in total)

I love travelling and photography. But unfortunately I haven't got the money for both: travel all the time and have pro equipment. So I have to content myself travelling less than once a year and carrying my D60 + 18-200 LoL

Direct link | Posted on Oct 12, 2011 at 19:52 UTC as 7th comment
On Patagonia in the > The most beautiful natural place on Earth challenge (10 comments in total)

Its a single shot and as mentioned by nfung, there is a large cloud shadow that can be clearly seen on the glacier. And since it was a kit lens, its not of best quality for low contrast fine detailed areas. Wish i had a better lens! LoL!

I have an online album with the photo slightly larger:
http://terrera.multiply.com/photos/album/59/Patagonia_-_Abril_2008#photo=17

Direct link | Posted on Oct 21, 2010 at 01:27 UTC as 4th comment
On Patagonia in the > The most beautiful natural place on Earth challenge (10 comments in total)

Thank you all! Patagonia really is the most beautiful place I have ever been to.. look forward to go back there soon and take more pics!
Cheers!

Direct link | Posted on Oct 18, 2010 at 21:08 UTC as 7th comment
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