AFishEye

AFishEye

Joined on Dec 22, 2010

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  • No back view but here is a little hint:
    The two buttons on the top are named C1 and C2; I guess you know what that stands for

  • No back view but here is a little hint:
    The two buttons on the top are named C1 and C2 (images 6-8); I guess you know what that stands for

  • No back view but here is a little hint:
    The two buttons on the top are named C1 and C2 (images 6-8); I guess you know what that stands for.
    Assigning these functions to buttons is an option even in...

  • No back view but here is a little hint:
    1) The two buttons on the top are titled C1 and C2 respectively (images 6-8); I guess you know what that stands for.
    2) Assigning these functions to buttons...

  • No back view but here are two little hints:
    1) The two buttons on the top are titled C1 and C2 respectively (images 6-8); I guess you know what that stands for.
    2) Assigning these functions to...

  • Pedro Thank you for your posts I'm not sure what is the "unaffected by this issue" that you are referring to. I have the 70-200G FE with a6000 and NEX 6. I also had A mount bodies with high end A ...
  • Eric This is a nice review and the baby’s voice in the background is adorable; however, at the end of the day this mount replacement is a solution in search of a problem ! Can anyone point to one ...
  • Tripod: I have two tripods: 1. RRS full size tripod with a full size ballhead for wildlife. The RRS tripods have the thickest feet of any tripod (see image) and its great that even these wide ...
  • I love this setup; take the GoPro!
  • I don't have it so its hard to tell my friend. Most retailers (B&H etc) have a 30 days return, order one and try. The only risk you take is the cost of the return shipping.
  • Number 8 does not come with the bag but you can buy many accessories that look like it (including some from Tenba which I don’t currently own http://www.tenba.com/Products/tools-cable-duo-4-cable-p ...
  • My pleasure The waist belt is secured in place with a Velcro. Get you hand inside the center of the belt, there is a Velcro on the front part that holds it in place. Detach and remove. Let me know ...
  • After a long search I purchased the Tenba Shooutout 24L. If you are interested to see the bag with the E mount gear in it, here is the link http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54665544 Let me know ...
  • Just a quick follow up: I just purchased the Tenba Shootout 24L mentioned in this thread and posted a review of my initial impressions. Here it is: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54665544
  • Created discussions Tenba Shootout 24L review
    I couldn't find too many reviews of this relatively new bag so I hope you’ll find this one useful. Here is the link to the product specifications on the manufacturer’s site http://www.tenba.com/Pro ...
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    Tenba Shootout 24L
  • @Manuel
    1. No intention to turn a blind eye or look the other way when people like you are around
    2. I guess you admit to copyright violation (on a photography site, out of all places).

  • @Manuel
    1.No intention to turn a blind eye or look the other way when people like you are around
    2. I guess you admit to copyright violation (on a photography site, out of all places).
    3. What...

  • @Princewolf
    Part 2:
    Aug 28
    “Yeah right. It's not my foprmula, so go tell that to the guys who wrote te FL14's manual.
    10 metres from a GN6 flash? You're joking, aren't you? …You really have no idea...

  • @Princewolf
    Here are some recent pearls (due to space limitations I will do it in two separate posts). There is much much more of that, just look for it:
    Part 1:
    Sep 19
    “Dear Ricoh people: please...

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