otterman

otterman

Lives in United States Los Angeles, United States
Joined on Jul 12, 2007

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On Weye Feye connects your DSLR and smartphone post (42 comments in total)

Would it hurt to put Canon and Nikon in the title so that those of us who don't shoot those can bypass this? Oh, but then we wouldn't get to see the lovely ads.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 13, 2013 at 04:29 UTC as 13th comment | 1 reply
On Sony QX100 preview (158 comments in total)

The lack of raw support alone is a deal-breaker for me. Next....

Direct link | Posted on Sep 4, 2013 at 20:05 UTC as 66th comment | 1 reply
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mlewan: There are loads of people with impressive skills in different areas, who are unable to make money from their skills. Your dentist may be an excellent violinist. Your bus driver a wonderful painter. Your bank clerk a magnificent poet. It is just that they are not quite good enough to make a decent living from it. That is tragic but that is life.

My deepest respect to the skills of the laid off photographers, but time seems to have caught up with their jobs.

I would bet that many of them are BETTER than good enough, but are held back by fear and/or insecurities.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 2, 2013 at 01:09 UTC
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Cane: So if you are outside and don't have wifi, you are stuck using the cable only, like it's 1980?

There is bluetooth functionality (if you have an additional BT receiver dongle), but according to their site they chose to focus on WiFi yet left the BT in. I just got my TT dongle a few days ago, but haven't had much luck with the BT and an old i-Cip BT dongle (which does support A2DP).
http://triggertrap.com/ttm-bluetooth/

Direct link | Posted on Nov 27, 2012 at 07:24 UTC
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Timbukto: Pixel peepers making a big difference out of nothing again. Difference between the K-5IIs and K-5II is less than the K-5II and K-5. Yet the difference between the K-5 and K-5II is no difference except testing error where a different focusing point *and* aperture was used. So in a word there is practically no difference in all three except that the K-5IIs is gimmicky in giving some pixel peepers emotional satisfaction at the expense of moire. If slight differences in focus makes a bigger difference at f8 or f9, what do you think makes the biggest difference in real-life at wider apertures? I would have to guess lens performances at wide-open + AF performances of your camera. So the big question here should be how much better is the AF on the K-5 II over K-5

Thanks TomC67, I'm very glad to hear this. Since I got my K-7 in 2009, I've been increasingly less happy with its performance. I checked out the image samples here and on other sites and came to the conclusion that an upgrade from the K-7 was justifiable (and needed in order to resuscitate my favorite hobby!). Just ordered a K-5 IIs earlier today, even before reading these comments. I'm already excited!

Direct link | Posted on Nov 25, 2012 at 00:05 UTC
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