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  • I would agree with Ed. Personal choice of course according to your photographic 'needs' but I would like to believe that even Nikon (!) would continue to service N1 system for some time to come, ...
  • Hello Harry Thanks for your thoughts. Funnily enough, the J5 is another 'background thought' which I've had for some time I.e do I invest in another N1 body, excellent as it apparently is v ...
  • Interesting comments, and responses, as always! My concern about Nikon has nothing to do with reliability etc - I have used their gear for 30+ years and have never had a problem with any of it. My ...
  • Interesting comments - I'm facing similar 'dilemma' for a forthcoming trip to Canadian Rockies & Alaska. I have a V1, V3 + most of the lenses and a P7800. I have always thought that the P**** ...
  • Great summary Graham. As always, it comes down to want you want/need from a system - I'm not being flippant but considering what a V1 would be worth, why not keep both? Rightly or wrongly (and I ...
  • Enjoyed looking at all on here - some interesting captures. Here's some old ones - weather a bit dull at the moment, but maybe that's a challenge to make the best of it!? All taken in the grounds ...
  • ....and losing 10mins of my life. :-|
  • Look at Nikon gear in Throwback Thursdays whilst we can - one day soon it might be Nikon itself in What-Happened-To Wednesdays?

  • Well, we are once again in the realms of conjecture here - with Nikon's recent marketing efforts who knows what to think? There are those who think N1 has been dead in Nikon's boardroom for some ...
  • Perhaps I missed the news that
    a) N1 is withdrawn and
    b) DLs were announced as replacing N1?
    ...unless some folk who claim as such have a hotline to Nikon's boardroom?
    I just find it a bit odd...

  • I'm probably certifiable but I have a feeling that this may help N1. I worked in sales & marketing for many years (different industry but still a humungous amount of BS spoken) and , even though this ...
  • Replied in Stag Do
    Taken in the grounds of Calke Abbey, Derbys, UK. The stag was being a bit careful - could have looked less than impressive to the hinds if he'd slipped! Cheers Steve
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    untitled - 2017-02-04 at 14-25-49 (2)
  • Love it - wonder what the 'conversation' was about? Maybe he's announcing that he's not going to be hanging with them anymore. ;-)
  • Yes, I'm in that group - thanks for the reminder, haven't looked for some time!
  • I agree - even if it is Nikon we're talking about here! I can't quite believe that even they would be that stupid after seeing that a 1" sensor format can be successful if packaged & marketed ...
  • Many thanks Tord - I haven't seen that reference before. Makes a change to discuss photography related items. Would be great to post some images for a change but the weather here has been very grey ...
  • Ah yes - sorry about that! I did think about correcting the verticals but never quite got around to it. Must do better  :-) Thanks for your comment Cheers Steve
  • Great idea - much better than some of the stuff around here of late. I have posted these before but they remain recent favourites - I'll try for something new next time. Taken in a very misty, ...
  • Replied in Thanks to all
    Many thanks to you all for your comments from experience. I've certainly used Hoya in the past out of the brands mentioned - I'll see what my local camera guys can come up with. How old fashioned ...
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