RLight

Joined on Feb 14, 2019

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  • Has to be one the best threads I've read, right up there with Roger Ciala's Hammer Time. Kudos. And +1 for keeping an open mind. The older I get, the more my skepticism breaks down myself on stuff ...
  • Created user review thread Thoughts on the SL2
    I tried the SL2 out this Winter. As a long time Canon shooter I was looking to get back into lenses having taken a PowerShot only hiatus with the G1X III. The SL2 does not disappoint. Some notable ...
  • My IS on my lenses cut's in and out; you using the adapter with the control ring? Maybe I have a bad adapter? It takes a good couple seconds for IS to kick in, and sometimes I have to reset IS on ...
  • That's a distinct possibility. Given their fab node (15nm I think) and the 4K capabilities of the R (lots of codec options, think lots of CPU chomp chomp chomp), good chance. Doing DLO on the fly, ...
  • +1. I really like the warm tones contrasted by the cool sky. Very nice ambience. Good framing too.
  • Normally I'd side with my Canon cohorts and say go M50, however, the A6400 has stepped up it's game in many regards where the M50 had the A6300 cornered Sony has shored things up (touchscreen AF, ...
  • I actually didn't buy it; we had just bought some hand soaps from another store right before we saw this a few days before as we needed another soap dispenser. How are they? Curious though.
  • I find it increases my hit rate and reduces the frequency of this behavior, which I’ve noted myself particularly with telephoto and mirrorless. That said it’s not 100% hit rate, neither is a DSLR ...
  • You're trying to downplay good advice here and you have in fact shot contrast detect mirrorless (G1X/II)... Sony cameras although powerful, have a lot of AF modes I understand and lack the ...
  • Replied in I did
    Yes. RF 35mm f/1.8 is why. Canon colors and handling is another. Price points for optics (and bodies) and top notch optics is another. Ecosystem (like DPP4 which I use) is another. I realized when ...
  • Trust me my friend, I don't take what I have for granted. You gotta enjoy what you have... I seize the moment both with my camera (as life is fleeting) and try to enjoy it, hence I prefer SOOC ...
  • 2nd this. I have an EL-100, and I loaned a 270EX II some years ago. The EL-100 gives better bounce as it can both tilt and swivel vs the 270EX just tilts, no swivel. Also the EL-100 can be ...
  • It's a conspiracy! DPR is photoshopping my own snapshots on their severs! J/k, probably more likely I goofed here. It's easy after you push this and that to forget to push something else. Here you ...
  • Are you referring to L+Tracking vs not IE traditional AF points IE non-hold that thing focus? True if so. However the old ways for things like this (BBF using AF points), can be better. You can ...
  • No I didn't, I may have a peek sometime when I'm not behind the lens. I do find the IS in the RF 35 to be very effective, much like it's EF cousin which I was also equally impressed with it's IS ...
  • You alluded to it with your mention of Norway; data ownership and local government jurisdiction are very much a real issue in the IT world. Sounds like we're on the same page though.
  • Sunset shot
  • They have packages on the dark web: credit card numbers, SSNs, compromised credentials, compilation of PII for identity theft. Scary stuff.
  • That implies you recoded it, which is what you’re supposed to do. Out of camera video (from higher end cameras) is often meant to be edited and recompressed for consumption afterwards.
  • Apples iCloud hack was no hack at all, low paid Irish help desk agent took a bribe. Hence Apple revoked its own ability to override ACLs removing the human element. Now assuming Apple doesn’t keep ...
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