geoffmalter: D80? Hmmm........and so many of us are scrambling to spend money on the newest and "best", to get better pictures. Great capture!
I do miss my D40 at times. I agree with you that the interaction with other peoples/cultures I have had in my travels, has been my greatest pleasure. Keep up the good work.
D80? Hmmm........and so many of us are scrambling to spend money on the newest and "best", to get better pictures. Great capture!
rhlpetrus: Only neg so far for me: it's ugly when lens is in use, those "petals" look awful and possibly easy to break and even a hazard as they could hurt someone.
I've been using the JCC auto caps for years on my LX7&5s. Never a problem, and quite convenient. This LX100's auto cap accessory may very well be outsourced to JCC.
THE Iconic watch and movement. Nice!
I have an Oris divers watch. I also have Rolex and Omega, but I think for biggest bang for your buck, Oris wins.
I will also add that the Rolex is a vintage model, circa 1971. It's 43 years old and is as accurate today as my modern Rolex. It is 40mm in diameter; the Speedy is 42mm.
Taken with my Panasonic LX7. Incidentally, for those not familiar with GMT watches, Rolex was the first to add a fourth hand (arrowhead), in conjunction with the rotating 24 hour bezel, to allow setting a second timezone.
The balloons are up and running east to west by 0630