Glenn NK

Glenn NK

Joined on Sep 21, 2006

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  • I never checked out my (camera) bodies to determine where their erogenous spots were, I'd better do that right now. LOL http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/erogenous http://en.wikipedia.org/w ...
  • And that is fine, and I have no argument with that - different courses for different horses. And I don't care for the ergonomics of Nikon. Combining them?  Who gets to choose? The OP? Not on my ...
  • Replied in i'm afraid....
    Of course it won't work.   Narcissists gaze incessantly in the mirror and like the sound of their voices and the look of their posts. For a narcissist, the only concern is "self".  All else, ...
  • Our two large local camera shops recently had the f/2.8 IS L Mark II 70-200 on sale for $200 less than it was from B&H and the Canon rebate. I not only saved $200 and the tax difference, but ...
  • And why does my toast always fall on the floor jam side down?  Shouldn't it be random? And why not celebrate the beauty of the world with images, in addition to that of our families.  Can't we do both?
  • Good catch.  Not sure how a screw-on filter could pop off - I have at least one B+W slim filter. In any event, I think the OP filled us in. We too often fuss a bit much over something that has more ...
  • The major problem (as I see it) is that new technology is always exciting (just watch which camera pops up next on the side bar that is a hot seller), and this excitement overshadows the practical ...
  • The problem is that I am practical: 1) What will the range of the new Tesla be? For my usage, a range of 200 miles is not workable.  I often drive further, stop for fifteen minutes for coffee and ...
  • So long. Please don't come back as a troll.
  • Replied in Take note. 7D2
    Correct.  This warning has been around for quite awhile.
  • A few considerations: 1) The Tesla was not an innovation.   Musk is 150 years too late to be the innovator. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_electric_vehicle 2) Electricity IS NOT a Prim ...
  • Replied in Patents
    On the other hand, maybe it IS a sign of innovation. A company that doesn't innovate has nothing to patent does it?
  • Thanks Mike: Yes, a bit of irony - but the I think this little detail of where energy comes from is easily overlooked. Until we master fusion, our safe and only non-polluting energy source is ...
  • There were a few heated discussions when I first joined this site (2006 I think), but it has certainly degenerated so that pretty low personal attacks almost seem the norm. I just spent some time ...
  • I'm still a bit skeptical about electric cars because I haven't yet figured out where the energy to produce the electricity comes from. Electricity mines, electricity wells? Can anyone provide some ...
  • That was ONE of the reasons my Canon straps are in the boxes. A flapping camera strap and a tripod just didn't work together - my LowePro ones come off quickly and fit either camera.
  • You make some interesting comments, in particular about Canon using their existing lens lineup. To me it seems to make a great deal of sense because it: a) keeps the existing lens owners happy ...
  • Thanks for the compliment, but before you forget, answer a few of my questions (and do try to be more polite this time). But first, it's time for some history to see how revolutionary Mr. Musk is: ...
  • I think you came to the wrong forum for advice on gear - this forum is for name-calling, slurs, innuendos, and delivering insults (can't list them all here). And if you are suspicious of what I've ...
  • Both my Canon's have black straps with no markings at all. Oh, I forgot - I replaced them with LowePro removable straps. Does that count?
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