HENNING GNLD

HENNING GNLD

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Works as a Full Time Phtographer
Joined on May 3, 2009

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In this case I would like to have my FM 3A digitalised for 36mp....and not the same sensor of the N1V1.... silly size that!!
Should I go on with all the settings saved from Capture NX 2 ticked to have a perfected NO noised image..... ?

Yes we can dream on, will it ever happen???

Only time will tell...

Direct link | Posted on Dec 20, 2012 at 00:24 UTC as 70th comment
On Nikon Coolpix S800c Android camera first look article (103 comments in total)

Strange, ONLY 140 shots at one charge!!

Very disappointed here....

iPhone do MUCH more than this though.....

Direct link | Posted on Sep 1, 2012 at 17:03 UTC as 9th comment
On Nikon CoolPix P7700 Preview preview (192 comments in total)
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Kabe Luna: Among the worst aspects of Nikon's UI philosophy has been and remains the inconvenience of ISO control. DSLRs and compacts require two hands to change ISO. It's almost as if they assume photographers will just set Auto ISO and for the most part be done with that pesky control. Maybe most folks do, but I shoot manually 99% of the time–manual everything, including spot metering and ISO– and it frustrates the hell out of me that I have to change my hold on the camera to adjust the ISO setting when so many less-used controls seem to be clustered on the top right shoulder where they are easily changed single-handedly. Canon's gotten this right for a while with its ISO button behind the shutter release. Why Nikon hasn't replaced the exposure compensation button (+/-) with the ISO control–especially now that they are make Easy Exposure Compensation and option in AE modes–I will never know. How they can effect such positive change in evolving their UI, yet still bungle ISO I'll never know?

Rather use your DSLR than complaining... this is NOT a DSLR though...but a Coolpix

Direct link | Posted on Sep 1, 2012 at 16:53 UTC
On Olympus announces TG-820 back-lit CMOS rugged camera article (8 comments in total)
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Deleted pending purge: And still they won't make it properly... :(
- no RAW.
- no O-ring-watertighting on SINGLE PORT for ALL access,
- ... and to remove the time-limit and thus that 529 IPX8 standard.
- not enough pressure resistance to make it useful for SCUBA divers.
- still no reed-switches (to get rid of all the holes thru the casing).
- no artificial horizon and no compass (divers would love it).
- no depth meter (not even the capillary one, which costs nothing)

- but you still have extra Pet modes for Cats and Dogs, but no Parrots...

Whosoever projects those "rugged" cameras seem to have been only chairborne adventurists all their lives, with so infinite lack of understanding for what the users NEED...

Please, Olympus... don't you know how to make properly watertight boxes? Looks as if twenty or more years ago manufacturers understood this better.

Can you you ONLY complain or do you want it for free, wake up and design one yourself with YOUR money and budget....
This is a camera , not a compass or GPS unit to go 2000 meters under the sea, get used to what is available or cough up to the more expensive range of cameras and not in the toy world...

Direct link | Posted on Apr 15, 2012 at 14:26 UTC
On Preview:nikonp7100 (106 comments in total)
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jorepuusa: quote starts
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More flaws, if i see it right:
- no touch screen
- no electronic horizon
- no GPS
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Sigh....even more flaws: no typewriter, no surfing board, no radio and tv, no electronic drill, no discolights etc. For me as a professional cameras are for taking pictures.

NO.....!!!!!!!
He shouldn't have a camera in his hands AT ALL !!!!for his stupidity on making comments. The best lens he have on his compact camera is the bottom of a Coke Cola bottle ..... hahahahahaha

Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 01:56 UTC
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