Hullinone

Hullinone

Joined on Nov 15, 2011

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On Just Posted: Canon EOS 6D In-depth Review article (530 comments in total)
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Hullinone: Nikon user since 1972 since my first Nikkormat.
WHAT A HORRIBLE AND BIAS review! SHAME ON DP - you have lost a reader and supporter. This site and many of its posters are extremely bias towards Nikon and that's OK. They make amazing gear.
But to not be honest and post such a review is sad.
I have been shooting my entire life (54). Never owned a Canon due to my investment in Nikon glass and gear.
I am a published artist. 2 books, many weddings, sports for ESPN & UPI, portrait work for several notable people and print adds.
I currently use a D3 & D800E for most of my work, and own a lot of glass.
I also shoot with Medium format when needed (rarely).
My daughter wanted a new camera for her 18th birthday and I knew she would love the full frame experience . Being connected to Calumet I was able to take home and play with a D600 and a 6D.
The 6D was my first Canon DSLR experience .
The 6D was the choice for my daughter hands down.
Shame in DP - my first and last post!

It is biased because it not correct and DP rarely fairly reviews Canon DSLR's. It is worse when Nikon has a direct competitor.
In this case D600 V 6D.
I am a photographer (professional), not a gizmo, pixel counting person. I ran both the 6D and the D600 through 3 days of shooting. The only thing that matter is the quality of the pictures and the experience. Don't get me wrong the D600 is a fine camera.
But DP is a very poor job - seemed bias with there review. Either they are not photographers or have a Nikon bias.
" it is not the hammer but the carpenter". In the hands of a skilled photographer the 6D is amazing and deserves a fair shake.
Let me repeat - I am an invested Nikon user and fan.
Honest is Honest. My last post or view of this site.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 15, 2013 at 23:24 UTC
On Just Posted: Canon EOS 6D In-depth Review article (530 comments in total)

Nikon user since 1972 since my first Nikkormat.
WHAT A HORRIBLE AND BIAS review! SHAME ON DP - you have lost a reader and supporter. This site and many of its posters are extremely bias towards Nikon and that's OK. They make amazing gear.
But to not be honest and post such a review is sad.
I have been shooting my entire life (54). Never owned a Canon due to my investment in Nikon glass and gear.
I am a published artist. 2 books, many weddings, sports for ESPN & UPI, portrait work for several notable people and print adds.
I currently use a D3 & D800E for most of my work, and own a lot of glass.
I also shoot with Medium format when needed (rarely).
My daughter wanted a new camera for her 18th birthday and I knew she would love the full frame experience . Being connected to Calumet I was able to take home and play with a D600 and a 6D.
The 6D was my first Canon DSLR experience .
The 6D was the choice for my daughter hands down.
Shame in DP - my first and last post!

Direct link | Posted on Feb 15, 2013 at 14:50 UTC as 44th comment | 7 replies
On Fujifilm X10 Preview Samples Gallery article (113 comments in total)
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abuh: Respectable -- but doesn't leave me breathless. Image quality seems basically to be on a par with the top of the competition, though not significantly better than those, except the DR. I'm not shopping for cameras right now, but may consider it further down the road, as a take-everywhere cam.

I can tell you after shooting over 100 images with it, it blows away MY LX5. You cannot judge this camera by the images on DP - you need to use it hands one to appreciate it's awesomeness

Direct link | Posted on Nov 17, 2011 at 02:39 UTC
On Fujifilm X10 Preview Samples Gallery article (113 comments in total)
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Hullinone: Had my X10 for 2 weeks, snapped over a 100 images in various situations.
The lens and tech built into this camera is amazing. The Pana's are great.
I own
S95 - great camera
2 m4/3 systems
DSLR's
The X10 has it's own place. It passes the S95 in every way, except not a portable. Is some situations it does a better job than M4/3 - the technology and brains in this camera is amazing.
The technology built into this camera separates from all in it's category ( sold my G12). Put the brains and lens tech in a larger sensor, changeable lens camera and sign me up.... In the mean time this is a fun, cool, picture taking machine worth every penny.

Agree - I had it in my jacket pocket for a day - no problem.
It would not fit in my jeans pocket - but I don't carry any camera in my pants pocket - well except my iPhone 4s :-)

Direct link | Posted on Nov 17, 2011 at 02:35 UTC
On Fujifilm X10 Preview Samples Gallery article (113 comments in total)

Had my X10 for 2 weeks, snapped over a 100 images in various situations.
The lens and tech built into this camera is amazing. The Pana's are great.
I own
S95 - great camera
2 m4/3 systems
DSLR's
The X10 has it's own place. It passes the S95 in every way, except not a portable. Is some situations it does a better job than M4/3 - the technology and brains in this camera is amazing.
The technology built into this camera separates from all in it's category ( sold my G12). Put the brains and lens tech in a larger sensor, changeable lens camera and sign me up.... In the mean time this is a fun, cool, picture taking machine worth every penny.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 14:15 UTC as 16th comment | 4 replies
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