Pat Cullinan Jr

Pat Cullinan Jr

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On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)
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Pat Cullinan Jr: The signal-to-noise ratio could stand improvement. Do you agree?

>Have you considered at the excellent range of Canon compacts?

No, but I got a lot of good use from my T2i, especially with RAW.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 21, 2014 at 05:37 UTC
On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)
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fastlass: I'm probably speaking for most of us when I say that Nikon seems to have poisoned 200 years of photography with this move.

HowaboutRAW, I have a notion that you are smart. Perhaps too smart for this windowless saloon of a forum. ;) ;) ;)

Direct link | Posted on Aug 20, 2014 at 01:34 UTC
On Nikon D810: A sport photographer's impressions article (250 comments in total)

I think Guy Swarbrick deserves a round of applause from everyone for the generosity with which he gave his time and bestowed his expertise in answering so many of our posts. His professionalism at all levels is plain to see.

Thank you very much, Guy.

--Pat Cullinan, Jr.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 19, 2014 at 22:42 UTC as 10th comment
On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)
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Pat Cullinan Jr: The signal-to-noise ratio could stand improvement. Do you agree?

>If you want a good high ISO body get a Df, D4s, or the Canon 6D.

Now that is news I can use. I'll be thinking about the 6D.

Thanks, HowaboutRAW.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 19, 2014 at 22:32 UTC
On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)

The signal-to-noise ratio could stand improvement. Do you agree?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 19, 2014 at 21:48 UTC as 49th comment | 8 replies
On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)
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DenWil: I guess I'm lucky to be the only photographer in the world who does not have any use for time exposures in, lol, crop mode.

I only shoot elephant stampedes, so none of this concerns me.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 19, 2014 at 21:40 UTC
On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)
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fastlass: I'm probably speaking for most of us when I say that Nikon seems to have poisoned 200 years of photography with this move.

A huge crack has opened in front of my house a mile wide and getting bigger every second.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 19, 2014 at 21:38 UTC
On Niko announces service advisory for D810 'bright spots' article (379 comments in total)
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ThatCamFan: Please stop EFFING up already Nikon, Canon is does PROPER quality control tests apparently, not Nikon. I am saving up for a Nikon but you are REALLY making me question my choice.

>they weren't trouble-free

For sure. I remember when a man came storming into the Zeiss office on Fifth Avenue with a Contarex that wasn't working right.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 19, 2014 at 21:34 UTC
On Nikon D810: A sport photographer's impressions article (250 comments in total)
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sdh: None of those photos made me think, "Wow you can't get that with an APS-C, pardon me, DX, sensor DSLR.

That said I enjoyed the photos themselves.

What's 14k4? 14.4k?

What's PJ? Photojournalism?

--Dumb in Brooklyn

Direct link | Posted on Aug 14, 2014 at 06:53 UTC

Not to take selfies.

That is the Law.

Are we not men?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 8, 2014 at 08:33 UTC as 215th comment

A propos of nothing, that is the ugliest animal I ever saw in my whole life since I was born.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 7, 2014 at 15:52 UTC as 298th comment | 1 reply
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drummercam: Mr. Slater owns the work. Once he saw what was happening and allowed the macaque to continue what it was doing, the macaque became a mere assistant. This is a shameless power grab by a huge organization with money to pay a slick lawyer to present a wholly specious argument if it comes down to a court case. Wikimedia should take the photo down, and Mr. Slater should pay the macaque a banana.

Right you are.

Make it two bananas?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 7, 2014 at 15:47 UTC

Proceeds belong to the producer, viz. Slater.

This opinion was inspired by Nigel Wilkins.

Nigel Wilkins wrote:
IMO it's the guy who owns the camera since he initiated the photography.

[Whew. So far no one has said anything about "the Monkey's RAW."]

Direct link | Posted on Aug 6, 2014 at 23:50 UTC as 471st comment
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Almeida: What is the equivalent aperture godmanit?!

Yep, I agrees wif Leandros S. I'm as smart as kin be and I don'ts needs no edumacation from no buddy.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 5, 2014 at 23:10 UTC
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Almeida: What is the equivalent aperture godmanit?!

Blubbida blubbida blubbida blubbida blubbida aperture blubbida blubbida DOF blubbida blubbida blubbida EV blubbida blubbida zungadud. And let that be the end of it.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 5, 2014 at 11:14 UTC
On Ricoh expands Q series with Pentax Q-S1 article (362 comments in total)
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SW Anderson: Back to the future with a much better and more appropriate classic retro look -- one of the original Q's enjoyable features. For me, the Q-S1 isn't a matter of whether, but when, I'll get one.

For the Q's sniping detractors, photography for many of us isn't all about big, slick-magazine covers and two-page spreads. We'll never do billboards and might never indulge in exhibition-size prints. We can enjoy on-screen and small-print images, along with using a good-looking, well-made camera that provides an amazingly feature-rich, flexible shooting experience with easy portability. Some of our best images are more about a memory captured or scene preserved than impressive resolution and amazing sharpness seen via pixel peeping.

My Q is fun and useful in many picture-taking situations where my big, bulky but technically superior DSLR would be as out of place as a semi-truck at a gymkhana. Some folks seem to enjoy the Q as a target for put-downs. I see that as their loss, not mine.

To: SW Anderson

Hmm, you write like a writer. Kind of anomalous around here.

This place reminds me of any number of windowless saloons in Oklahoma.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 5, 2014 at 11:04 UTC
On Ricoh expands Q series with Pentax Q-S1 article (362 comments in total)
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SW Anderson: Back to the future with a much better and more appropriate classic retro look -- one of the original Q's enjoyable features. For me, the Q-S1 isn't a matter of whether, but when, I'll get one.

For the Q's sniping detractors, photography for many of us isn't all about big, slick-magazine covers and two-page spreads. We'll never do billboards and might never indulge in exhibition-size prints. We can enjoy on-screen and small-print images, along with using a good-looking, well-made camera that provides an amazingly feature-rich, flexible shooting experience with easy portability. Some of our best images are more about a memory captured or scene preserved than impressive resolution and amazing sharpness seen via pixel peeping.

My Q is fun and useful in many picture-taking situations where my big, bulky but technically superior DSLR would be as out of place as a semi-truck at a gymkhana. Some folks seem to enjoy the Q as a target for put-downs. I see that as their loss, not mine.

Omigosh, Richard, the Pentax store website does offer "toy lenses." Ugh, they call that marketing?

Adorama does a good job turning up better Q-mount lenses. See http://www.adorama.com/l/Lenses/Mirrorless-Lenses?sel=Lens-Mount_Pentax-Q

Direct link | Posted on Aug 5, 2014 at 07:07 UTC
On Ricoh expands Q series with Pentax Q-S1 article (362 comments in total)
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SW Anderson: Back to the future with a much better and more appropriate classic retro look -- one of the original Q's enjoyable features. For me, the Q-S1 isn't a matter of whether, but when, I'll get one.

For the Q's sniping detractors, photography for many of us isn't all about big, slick-magazine covers and two-page spreads. We'll never do billboards and might never indulge in exhibition-size prints. We can enjoy on-screen and small-print images, along with using a good-looking, well-made camera that provides an amazingly feature-rich, flexible shooting experience with easy portability. Some of our best images are more about a memory captured or scene preserved than impressive resolution and amazing sharpness seen via pixel peeping.

My Q is fun and useful in many picture-taking situations where my big, bulky but technically superior DSLR would be as out of place as a semi-truck at a gymkhana. Some folks seem to enjoy the Q as a target for put-downs. I see that as their loss, not mine.

The lenses are not toys, the Q system makes practical sense, and the experience is satisfying.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 4, 2014 at 23:38 UTC
On Ricoh expands Q series with Pentax Q-S1 article (362 comments in total)
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neil holmes: 2.7x focal length multiplier?

NetMage,

You're right, it has to be a typo.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 4, 2014 at 23:32 UTC
On Ricoh expands Q series with Pentax Q-S1 article (362 comments in total)
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NetMage: So wanted them to include a viewfinder...

Me too.

You'd have to use hotshoe OVF's. $$$

Direct link | Posted on Aug 4, 2014 at 23:11 UTC
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