jaygeephoto

jaygeephoto

Joined on Sep 4, 2011

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On A GoPro Hero's journey into a dishwasher article (167 comments in total)

Would have been much better with some really dirty dishes in there - some flying food chunks and all.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 5, 2014 at 20:07 UTC as 28th comment | 2 replies
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rondhamalam: Bullsh*t !!!
Certified??? big LoL

Certifiable.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 5, 2014 at 20:01 UTC
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Black Box: Hasselblad is now officially a whore.

But a Swedish one; I hear they're the best.
Volvo's on the skids too; I wonder what they will put their brand on?

Direct link | Posted on Jun 5, 2014 at 20:00 UTC

Can I have Victor's voice on my message?

Direct link | Posted on Jun 5, 2014 at 19:54 UTC as 5th comment
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MarcusGR: A very complicated way to obtain a rather miserable result ... connecting a large, horizontal circle of cameras all around an action-scene would have provided a much more interesting result ... OK, it would have been more costly as well. But at least worth the effort !

Hope their professor gave them a decent grade for the effort.

Direct link | Posted on May 25, 2014 at 02:56 UTC

Terrific! A truly nauseating perspective here on Earth for a fraction of the cost of actual going into outer space.

Direct link | Posted on May 25, 2014 at 02:53 UTC as 29th comment
On Canon USA brings white EOS Rebel SL1 to America article (119 comments in total)

John Lennon would have loved this camera.

Direct link | Posted on May 13, 2014 at 12:53 UTC as 44th comment
On Did Amazon just patent the seamless background setup? article (133 comments in total)

So the method of image or for that matter audio capture/recording is patentable? What a joke! I really had to check the date on my calendar to see that it wasn't April 1st; this story is right up there with some of NPR's April Fool's Day news parodies like exploding maple trees.
Oh gee, was my avatar photographed on a white background? I'll cease and desist!

Direct link | Posted on May 11, 2014 at 12:04 UTC as 8th comment
On Leica T (Typ 701) First Impressions Review preview (2295 comments in total)

Panache Bauhaus minimalist, yes. But who wants to shell out that amount of cash for something that's going to be obsolete in 5 years? It's a digital camera.
No doubt it will be the up front window dressing in the Dubai mall camera shop soon enough.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 25, 2014 at 19:47 UTC as 429th comment
On Ricoh announces medium-format Pentax 645Z article (157 comments in total)
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Jack Simpson: wow, I can just imagine attaching a long 645 lens to my Q7 :o

I have some old view camera lenses here you can have. Along with some cardboard tubes, black spray paint and duct tape may give you similar results.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 17, 2014 at 15:03 UTC
On Ricoh announces medium-format Pentax 645Z article (157 comments in total)

I need some help understanding the sensor size and lens line up offered: If in fact these lenses are designed to cover the original 6X4.5 cm film area then they would be designed around a larger image circle and therefor be less than optimal? The sensor size seems to be about 73% of the 6X4.5 cm area making the lenses have a comparable magnification factor of about 1.4?
If someone makes an 80mm TS lens for this, I'm all in.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 17, 2014 at 15:00 UTC as 9th comment | 3 replies
On Hands on with the Pentax 645Z article (650 comments in total)
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smafdy: As usual, Pentax offers the highest quality and feature set in a camera format, at a comparably affordable price, and . . .

. . . some people have an immediate sh!t hemorrhage over it.

Everybody knows that it would have been much easier to just make this pocket-sized, with a mount that would accept any lens ever made, a pop-up 72" Octobox w/1600 WS internal flash, red-eye reduction, noise-free ISO 50 - 102400, high speed (2,000 fps) video capture, waterproof to 3,000 meters, and a few more essential features like a screw driver, bottle opener, scissors, a compartment to hold emergency gear (firestarter, fish hook and line, at minimum), and a secret message decoder.

Pentax just can't get it right.

You forgot to mention GPS.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 15, 2014 at 23:33 UTC
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Monochrom: Remember when no one could believe the price for the RED ONE to be true?
Five years later and you get about the same specs for a quarter of that money.
A shame that the lens you'll need will still cost you at least 10K...

You're referring (I'm assuming) to cine lenses?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 7, 2014 at 22:52 UTC
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SithTracy: There is a BFH in the shot... is that the tool?

Hammer, vise grips and duct tape - you need anything else?

Direct link | Posted on Apr 1, 2014 at 01:45 UTC

The Gauss Goose

Direct link | Posted on Apr 1, 2014 at 01:42 UTC as 92nd comment
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papa natas: Well, does the name Sally Mann ring a bell?

Yes. First thing I thought of - less stylized here though.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 26, 2014 at 12:40 UTC
On Camera from NASA's moon missions sold at auction article (110 comments in total)
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Peiasdf: He got himself an expensive movie prop. Ha ha

Probably owns some "original" Salvador Dalis' as well. Next stop on the list, Brooklyn, NY - "Bridge for sale, famous architect, some wear."
Where's the wire viewfinder?

Direct link | Posted on Mar 25, 2014 at 18:11 UTC
On Camera from NASA's moon missions sold at auction article (110 comments in total)
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BGM: Gee I thought the camera was Nasa property and hence belongs to the US tax payers.

NASA, all caps.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 25, 2014 at 18:08 UTC
On Camera from NASA's moon missions sold at auction article (110 comments in total)

100 exposure Ektachrome 64 on a cellophane thin Mylar base (acetate would become too brittle and break under the cold and vacuum) was no small feat either. Ah, Kodak could when it had to.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 24, 2014 at 23:59 UTC as 22nd comment
On Camera from NASA's moon missions sold at auction article (110 comments in total)
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Robert Newman: While touring the LBJ Space Center in Houston several years ago with my young children, I perched my 10-year old son up on a ledge to get a better view of the Moon Rover on display including a NASA modified Hasselblad like the one mentioned on a short hinged arm. When we got ready to move on to another exhibit, I started to pick my son up and put him at floor level. I did not notice that he had braced himself with a foot on the metal arm holding the Hasselblad. A little push from his leg sent the camera crashing into the Moon Rover with a loud thud. We quickly moved on before some NASA employee could detain us. I don't think anything was broken, but we could have easily destroyed a very expensive artifact of the lunar missions.

From the mouth of babes file: Touring the staged Saturn V's various stages, my daughter commented that the LEM looked like a school project (tin foil and all)!

Direct link | Posted on Mar 24, 2014 at 23:55 UTC
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