Terry M

Terry M

Lives in United States Montgomery / / USA, AL, United States
Works as a Social media editor
Joined on Feb 19, 2001
About me:

Digital shooter since 1998.

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One thing that people who say, "I never _________" (usually "shoot video") don't consider is that even if you never or even rarely use a certain feature of a camera, you want it to be a good implantation of it if you ever DO need to use it.

I don't shoot a lot of video but if I'm ever asked to, I want to have a camera that CAN shoot video and will shoot GOOD QUALITY.

I wonder if these same people are okay using Picasa because they "never" use most of the features in Photoshop or Lightroom?

Direct link | Posted on Jan 22, 2016 at 16:44 UTC as 146th comment | 1 reply
On article Hands-on with the Fujifilm X70 (246 comments in total)

I keep telling myself that Fuji is making the camera I'm looking for (a digital Canonet), but US$800 for a camera without a viewfinder? That's going to be a tough sell.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 16:03 UTC as 50th comment | 1 reply
On article Canon EOS M3 real-world samples (152 comments in total)

Soft, noisy and poor color. What gives?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 10, 2015 at 21:15 UTC as 61st comment
On article CP+ 2013: Interview with Canon's Masaya Maeda (490 comments in total)

As a longtime Canon user, these comments are very discouraging. Canon is like the tail trying to wag the dog (the market) and it's just not working. The EOS M is a flawed product and for Canon to base any type of market strategy on its sales is equally flawed.

The low-end of the point-and-shoot market will succumb to smartphones, but big-sensor compacts have a lot of life left in them. As long as they aren't slow as molasses. As long as they aren't as big as entry-level SLRs.

Like Vartkes, I have a Sony RX100 (I passed on the M and the G1 X) and it's a marvel. The last time I even touched my Canon SLRs was to make sure they were secure in the camera bags I'd placed them in before putting them in my closet.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 1, 2013 at 21:07 UTC as 59th comment
On article Canon EOS M hands-on preview (563 comments in total)
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looker: And by "mirrorless", you mean point and shoot? I'm scanning through pages and pages here on DP, trying to find out what the difference between "mirrorless" and point and shoot is. Apparently, just a psychological marketing distinction based on a premium price.

The biggest differences are sensor size and the ability to switch lenses. The controls can be very P&S-like, but in my experience, the sensor makes for notable improvements in image quality, especially in low light.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 19:31 UTC
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