Lives in United States Scappoose, OR, United States
Works as a Retired: NAVY PH1 / AC1, Civilian Truck Driver
Joined on Dec 20, 2013
About me:

French, Irish & Portuguese.
- Old Navy.
- An "Old Fart" whose a "Kid" at heart.
- Old Flyer / Reluctant Airport Bum.
- Student Chuter
- Vagabond Vanman
- Dreamer of the Past.
- Realist of the Present
- Little Hope of the Future
- Retired.
- Resigned.

RayManFOTO's recent activity

  • I bought the SX on an "emergency basis" (I'm a NIKON guy, after all) at a Walmart in Olympia, Wa. I forgot to bring my P-510 to shoot the "great Pumpkin" (an enclosed 7X12 cargo trailer) that I was...

  • - already have a Hero2, and I'm happy with it. Seems like GoPro is competing with Nikon for the position of "King Of The Up-Sell".

  • Commented on Nikon Df Review preview

    Absolute statements are NEVER absolute. SOME classic re-mades are a classic SUCCESS!

  • Commented on Nikon D610 preview

    ........ personally - I think you got luck, and didn't get a "leaker" !!!

  • Commented on Nikon D610 preview

    I feel your pain - although not 18K worth.

    I have a D70 (with the original firmware) since 2005, and it has, so far, performed flawlessly (and my recent Nikon 1 seems to be following suit). The...

  • Commented on Nikon D610 preview

    After reading these comments, coupled with my own outrageously bad experiences with the Coolpix S9100, and the D3000, I have come to the conclusion that I will no longer purchase ANY Nikon...

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    "Friends": I'm an "SLR" kinda guy; and in my younger days, would prance around with all that "bling", impressing everyone with all the stuff i didn't know.
     Now, in a "post 9-11" world, people (for the most part) are rather skittish when they see a photographer wielding the "big guns" (which back in my day was a flash-equipped Speed Graphic, and a satchel full of film holders and flash bulbs). 
     For me, this little Nikon 1 can easily deliver professional quality photos with a minimum of "dial turning and meter watching". If it had arms and legs, I'd be out of a "job" :P
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    Entrance to Brown's Landing: This is a 180 degree "Easy Panoramic" shot from the Nikon S9100 P&S camera. This is probably the best feature of the camera. The focusing glitch this camera possesses seems to disappear when in the "Panorama" mode.
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    The "Neighborhood": I live on an old 32 foot Tollycraft boat at a marina along the Multnomah Channel, which is an off-shoot from the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest. This is my neighbor across the dock. This old fella is a "work in progress".
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