W4YNE 1: I have the Metz CT45 flash unit I bought back in 1982 this has served me well without a single problem over the years, a solid well built quality unit, sad if they were to go under.
Ah, I remember having three of these bad boys (if my memory serves me correctly). Good ol' days
guiri: Does anyone know if the full review will have picture comparison with the older versions (D3 and D3s) or have they updated the pics/scene so it's not doable?
That would be very interesting to see how far the low light shooting quality has come.
Does anyone know if the full review will have picture comparison with the older versions (D3 and D3s) or have they updated the pics/scene so it's not doable?
Mike Sandman: Many of the comments seem to miss the point. What's interesting is that it's possible to take such detailed images of an object that's the size of a human head, plus or minus an order of magnitude. The technique and the robotic tool will certainly be put to use for purposes other than making this mildly repulsive yet intriguing demonstration.
A challenge: What do you think the technique & tool could be used for, either for art or for science?
They did, didn't they Mike....?
I think the tech is very cool.
Interesting technology. Very cool
Gesture: Not enough dials and buttons on the back at 20 or so. Can't anyone figure out how to streamline the digital camera interface.
The hell with that! I like lots of buttons, AND, it makes things fast.
Jim Salvas: Nikon introduces the 1982 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham. Undoubtedly a great model.
...of course, a heavier camera is easier to hold still...and more stuff DOES take more space...geez people.
Ah, good ol' days. This reminds me of the days when I had a bunch of bottles in my windows and I used to take pics of them.
Thanks for the memories and I LIKE the pic :)
Love it! Nicely exposed.
Love me some doggies! :)