lowerCamelCase

Joined on Apr 10, 2020

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  • All those cameras have one thing in common: they have much fewer options. It is easy to design an easy menu if you only have easy menu items. This is true for an iPhone, an S20, and a Theta ...
  • There are tons of 3d prints out there for this purpose. Look at thingyverse for example.
  • MBR has nothing to do with Windows being used as operation system or not, not now, not historical. It was implemented and introduced by IBM. It was (and sometimes is) very common with Unix based ...
  • MBR however is a non-issue when it comes to mounting. This is not the reason for sure.
  • I disagree. There are a lot of options in modern cameras, but almost all of them are self-explanatory. I never had a camera in hand where the menu was a hassle, this includes a Sony A9-II where ...
  • Replied in Caution!
    First of all, make a bitwise copy of the drive! If you use any tools you may destroy your data. Use dd for it for example. After you did this, you can use whatever tools there are available for ...
  • For your 6191th post you may try to stay friendly, just to show you value this forum. The op friendly asked for a comparison, a totally valid question. So why this treatment?
  • All I see is a lack of knowledge about the mechanics of credit cards and transaction interfaces from your side and some unfounded accusations of businesses being shady. I honestly think, for many ...
  • Ever thought about why the rate is that low? Quite simple: they took measures to prevent spreading, which directly impacts the production. Also two other points: 1. Even if they were not directly ...
  • Almost surely camera equipment is vulnerable too. The main question however is, how bad it actually is. The attacker needs to know the identity of an already paired device. As BT usually uses ...
  • Replied in Paper
    General statistics are, that about a third of digital data losses are caused by hardware damage, a third by user error, and a third by digital attacks. This means you need (geo)redundant storage to ...
  • The only answer can be to use two different technologies: First: Prints, stored in dry and dark conditions. They will alter over time, but still recognizable. Let's have a look at digital options: ...
  • Those are 32"
  • I switched from Dell U2715h to Benq PD3200U. I now use 5 of the  Benq (two at my desk at home, two at work and one on my wifes desk) and I like them. Nothing bad I could mention.
  • Replied in Backpacks
    It is a question of what you need. Those bags I talked about are of course available without the protection part, it was just the first google result displaying the shape I meant to describe. The ...
  • Replied in Backpacks
    There is a huge difference in the kind of bag used, I do not like to ride with my camera backpack either. If the balance is completely destroyed however, it points to a badly configured bike too. ...
  • I am a rather enthusiastic cyclist with about 8000km per year, about 5000km road bike and 3000km mtb. If you talk about balance imho a good backpack (flat, close to the back, curved) is the only ...
  • I agree on that. My whole point is, that we do not have any information to discuss this matter and find an answer, as multiple times suggested in this thread. Before we start praising or hating a ...
  • While I really like this picture (it is great on many levels) it is not fitting to see what the lens is capable of (instead what the photographer is capable of) this would be perfectly  possible ...
  • I get this effect at scenes like this too with my Pentaxes. It feels like artificial light sources, while in fact you filmed sunlight I mostly get it with the combination of auto exposure, high ...
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