TJL LTFF

TJL LTFF

Lives in United States MO, United States
Joined on Aug 30, 2010

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On Island life: Samsung NX500 Shooting Experience article (164 comments in total)
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nerd2: What is jpg buffer for middle sized (say, 14mp) jpgs? I dont really think anybody will do 9fps burst of humongous 28mp raw for long anyway.

You can fire off a one second, 30 shot burst of 7mp jpgs in 1 second.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 27, 2015 at 04:56 UTC
On Island life: Samsung NX500 Shooting Experience article (164 comments in total)
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dagobah: I'm impressed with the RAW conversion results and the detail pulled from the shadows. That single tiny rear wheel looks a little bit limiting, though. Even the Canon S100 has two wheels (counting the ring adjuster).

dagobah; Yes, to the left of the mode dial & behind the shutter button - I have this camera. Very convenient positioning of both dials. I shoot mostly in M mode - top dial shutter, back dial aperture works great for me. There are other ways to configure these and also various buttons on the camera.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 27, 2015 at 04:35 UTC
On Island life: Samsung NX500 Shooting Experience article (164 comments in total)
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dagobah: I'm impressed with the RAW conversion results and the detail pulled from the shadows. That single tiny rear wheel looks a little bit limiting, though. Even the Canon S100 has two wheels (counting the ring adjuster).

There is a wheel on top also - both work very nicely.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 23:31 UTC
On Samsung NX1 firmware v1.2 now available article (43 comments in total)
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WanderingEYE: I am a film maker and I was considering buying this camera but I read in some reviews that the auto-focus when shooting movies in live view when you touch the screen to refocus was very fast, in fact too fast and therefore jarring.

Say, for example, you are filming a discussion with several people on screen and you want to shift focus between the speakers by touching their image on the touch screen. The focus should ideally change smoothly and not too rapidly, and there should be no seeking.
I read that the NX1 refocuses very fast in this kind of situation and that it is in fact so fast that the effect is abrupt and very noticeable.

I am trying to find out if the new firmware brought out in January 2015, v1.2, addresses this issue. Does it allow you to alter, and specifically, to slow down the speed at which the camera refocuses in the situation I have described above? If I was sure it did I would buy the camera.

I believe that has been addressed; there might be 3 different speeds now that can be used.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 25, 2015 at 05:36 UTC
On Samsung NX1 real-world sample images article (330 comments in total)
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zakaria: Good job Samsung mean while it is a pricy camera. Nikon d750 is better to get.

"If you....line, you .....value, IF you ...." All these you's may apply to you, but they don't include me. I had no problem selling my nx200 18 months ago after getting the nx300 -- received 65% of my original cost. Not too bad after 17 months of wonderful use. You may want to be a little more careful with the all inclusive "you". I'm not going to draw conclusions for anybody else through my own experiences; I find that a prudent course.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 13, 2014 at 00:33 UTC
On Samsung NX1 real-world sample images article (330 comments in total)
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JEROME NOLAS: It's DSLR size, the 16-50mm lens is heavy and very expensive. What they were thinking about?

" Reminds me of Ford model T marketing." Its marketing may have been simple by today's standards, but it's difficult to argue the product's success.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 12, 2014 at 20:58 UTC

The NG article is very good reading. Very informative for the ignorant among us (that especially includes me). The Ogalala have a wonderful way with language - expressing gentleness, hope and a dash of pride.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 8, 2012 at 03:57 UTC as 10th comment
On Extreme contrast edits in Lightroom 4 and ACR 7 article (168 comments in total)

Just spent the weekend using LR4 PV2012 to salvage some vacation photos taken in the midday Summer sun in beautiful Sydney in December; brutal lighting. Quicker and more flexible in PV2012; did many photos that I didn't even attempt with LR3.6 PV2010.

Thanks for the article. It will help me finish the job.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 23, 2012 at 19:39 UTC as 58th comment

Tried and liked the changes in the Basic Module; finer control in adjusting the shadow areas and highlights with the white & black sliders added. Also enjoyed using the extra controls on the brush etc. tools.

Look forward to checking out some of the other changes/additions.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 18, 2012 at 04:23 UTC as 13th comment | 1 reply
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