Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

Started Nov 24, 2013 | Discussions thread
micksh6 Senior Member • Posts: 2,613
Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

miro3 wrote:

micksh6 wrote:

Since you've got Sharp Aquos TV I can tell that your experience in 3D watching just sucks. You would be better off buying passive 3D set instead.
And your Yamaha receiver is way too old, kinda ancient. This is what turns me off most.

Now, that's just DISGUSTING!

Indeed. Modern high-end receiver costs less than what OP spends on cameras every month. A good sound would greatly improve overall happiness when watching movies. But receiver's got to handle DTS HD-MA and DD TrueHD, otherwise it's a waste. Good speakers and subwoofer are also needed, but these are one-time purchases.

Too bad OP didn't know about it, which means OP is not the first in the list of trusted sources.

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