Snodayz

Snodayz

Lives in Australia Sydney, Australia
Joined on Nov 1, 2007

Snodayz's recent activity

  • I absolutely agree with the importance of ATV screensaver, but Apple broke how that used to work  (by selecting randomly from an entire iPhoto or Aperture library), some years ago.  It also has no ...
  • I think you are right on the money here Rob.  Apple now has a history of destroying perfectly good "pro" apps in it's race to mediocrity, and I don't see this ending any differently.  If I am ...
  • Only people who appreciate quality. The rest are happy to live with plastic, malware infested, dog's breakfast OS phones.

  • I second ACP in Paddington.  Lots of interesting courses and generally good teaching standards.
  • Well, thank you all for your input. I think I'm swayed into getting the six core, but with minimum RAM as this is the cheapest to upgrade in due course. I'll probably stump up for the d700 ...
  • I'm about to upgrade from my iMac to a Mac Pro (late 2013), and while I'd like to go nuts with the specification, the reality is I need to keep the cost down as much as possible while getting the ...
  • Problem solved! :)  Although with the D4 you still have to lug that extra piece of equipment with you everywhere.  I have an SB-910 when I'm "doing" flash, but also a much smaller SB-400 I can ...
  • Less noise at identical settings.  But don't expect to see much difference with the naked eye until fairly high ISO's.  I have both the D800 and D4.  I'd choose the D4 every time over my D800 for ...
  • I live on the coast in Sydney, Australia and over the years have lost two sets of binoculars to mould. While my house is air-conditioned I prefer to run it only on the worst of days and depend on ...
  • Replied in new mac pro
    Yep, 2.8Ghz i7, the fastest processor on the iMacs at that time.  I probably should add that I have around 25,000 photos in the library and that I had major library corruptions occur (many photos ...
  • Replied in new mac pro
    Thanks Basalite, good food for thought and 2009 sounds about right for when I bought it.  I have reinstalled the OS two or three times since I bought it, but haven't done a fully clean install ...
  • Replied in new mac pro
    Well, it takes 2-6 seconds to fully open each photo in Aperture. When I click for the next photo I see it instantly, but not in full resolution - I get a "Loading" message and spinning cog wheel, ...
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