NOEL 100

NOEL 100

Lives in Australia Perth, Australia
Works as a Hospital Engineer
Joined on May 20, 2007
About me:

Enjoy my all band scanners and Comms radios as well as photography, wine and good food. Previous owner of a S5500 and S6500fd, now an owner of a HS30EXR. Recently added Nikon D7000 and 18 to 300 lens to the list of interests.

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  • Replied in CRT
    One dam big capacitor. :)
  • Ozyxy I get the feeling that you may be blinded by your art. i.e You are loosing the greater picture because you see only what you want to see. You obviously thrive on the responses as well. Try ...
  • Looking at whats available in Perth WA it appears its still possible to get new HS30's. Mind you the prices they are asking is around the $500 AUD. If I Google for a HS50 nothing shows up locally - ...
  • 20 is a good age for a cat Paul but that doesn't make it any easier when that time comes..... I have noticed that cats have a knack of adopting people, they just seem to know.
  • Replied in Snakessss
    Hi Sactojim, Our poor animals often become reluctant models. The wife is not an option any more after years of using her as an unwilling model she's offered to park the camera where it shouldn't ...
  • We also had an old girl, sadly she died of a snake bite. :-( Out of all the pics I tried to take there are maybe one or two that I would call OK. It's extremely difficult to get the detail out when ...
  • Hi Tom, Put up a couple of immages that you think would show the problem. The HS30 can be a finicky beast but it also can do a reasonable job when talked to nicely. ;-)
  • It's not only digital photographs it's any archived medium. NASA had to find and resurrect and old computer and reader to decipher some lunar data that was recently discovered. How many people or ...
  • Replied in Nonchalant Cat
    I Had just received my new 18 - 300 lens and had to try it..... The cat didn't seem to share my enthusiasm. "Not Again"
  • Hi Jothi, It would be help full if you gave some details of what year of schooling your in. School project expectation can be radically different from one end of the spectrum to the other. Also I ...
  • They Japanese probably would have an aspect ratio that made sense. How the international committee came to 16:9 eludes me (and yes I know the history)? Everything in the real world is either ...
  • Replied in X-S1
    You should have posted in the Fuji section there crew there have a mountain of experience and are quite willing to share it. I don't have the X-S1 only a HS30 so my suggestion may not apply. BUT, I ...
  • Hadn't heard of these batteries before so I had a quick look around the web. There doesn't seem to be a factory site for them, only a face book page and a site called Blue Note. I did find this site ...
  • Replied in a bit more ?
    Scribing isn’t one of my strong points so I don’t always get across what I try to say. :-) From what I know about the subject I see a marked difference, divide between classical and quantum physics. ...
  • Replied in Disagree ?
    Dark Lamp I have to disagree. A sceptic should have an open mind, if he doesn’t then he may discount the very thing that need to be investigated. e.g. Sceptic A “That a load of rubbish, it can’t ...
  • I bought the 18 to 300 Nikor lens to make things easier. The 7000 is a bit on the heavy side, especially with the above lens, this topic has been raised here before and debated with quite a bit of ...
  • I moved from a Fuji HS30 to a D7000 and am very happy, no regrets. The transition was easy, so if your moving from a Nikon or similar it will be a breeze go for it and enjoy.
  • Replied in Dude
    This is the same guy that you put up on a thread recently. http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/53360728 Now I know it's all BS. LOL
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