graham the red

Lives in United Kingdom kent, United Kingdom
Works as a retired
Joined on Jul 30, 2006

graham the red's recent activity

  • Submitted a challenge entry P2121443
    Taken at game reserve 'and beyond 'in southern Africa
    Placed 38th in the challenge. Taken at game reserve 'and beyond 'in southern Africa
  • Someone must have got past my photon mines and Z atomic disintegrator and created the arc then . Hmmm, must speak to 'M' about upgrading the phasers...
  • Created discussion thread The hand of God???
    A curiosity. I took this pic on my wife's DSC1 a good few years ago. [ I had left my own camera in a hotel room , warning , never go without it!] Fabulous scene and I took lots of pics as the sun ...
  • Replied in x20 v x 30
    It has been helpful for which thanks. I will look at other reviews now. It's  a poor way to judge but I just love the look and feel of the thing, which will likely be my downfall...
  • Replied in x20 v x 30
    In all DP reviews ,at the end they do a concluding summary in a chart of how well they rate each aspect of the camera. I look at that to get a general opinion, I'm sure many of us do. The IQ ,jpg ...
  • Replied in x20 v x 30
    Thanks for all your posts .My comments were made just looking at the IQ lines in the review summary. The 20 is way better than the 30 and after only 2 years. It does seem a short time to in effect ...
  • Created discussion thread x20 v x 30
    It seems that we have an improved camera in the X30 because of various issues ,chrome ,viewfinder etc but the optics are the same, or so it appears. The reviews , 2 years apart give a score of ...
  • No problems with the shutter button and none at all to report except I can't master setting the presets into MR. I am putting the blame for this squarely with Sony and in no way with my lack of ...
  • I fear the worst. She has caught me looking at an review of the Fuji X30. Enquired whether this had aircon and leather seats and will it enhance our lifestyle ? . I maintained a steadfast refusal ...
  • Created discussion thread First days with HX90
    The camera is pretty much what I'd hoped. A good allrounder and takes very decent pics. The viewfinder was one of my primary needs and it is a very good one albeit there are two clicks to get it ...
  • As I was about to say before I pressed the wrong button; I have decided to get the HX 90 . It's is as close to what I need until the next one comes along. But why don't women understand that there ...
  • I don't understand someone announcing he won't buy something that doesn't exist and using imaginary details about a non existent product to justify it.
  • Totally agree, the whole concept was to save money , space and weight, not to make a better camera. I have said elsewhere that my Nikon 9700s takes very good pics for a camera of it's class but I ...
  • I'm sorry to be a party pooper but I'm honestly not impressed with the image quality which may be something to do with the reproduction on DPR . I have a Nikon S9700 which gives , imo , better ...
  • With that combination you can do most things but it depends on how mobile a trip it is. If for example you are at leisure in a city for a few days, you might occasionally wish for the lenses and ...
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