hemi71cuda

Lives in United States Cleveland, OH, United States
Has a website at www.arsphoto.net
Joined on Sep 4, 2012

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quietrich: I have two F-Stop messenger-type bags, different models for different kits. Owned them now for about five years, and they are just brilliant. I bought them after a lot of research - Domke, Think Tank etc. - and haven't regretted that decision once. Just saying that, despite the apparent mismanagement and dodgy financing, the bags are still a strong contender if you're in the market for a new one. I'm not sure if, having read about the Kickstarter fiasco, I would order one online right now; but if you see one in a shop it's worth checking it. Good bags.

I had also been searching/comparing hard for a new camera bag when I came across the Kenti sale. By the time I resolved that it was the best suited to my needs, it had sold out unfortunately. Luckily I was able to purchase a used one in good condition off ebay shortly there after. In black. It's a great bag, helped all the more by the fact I didn't have to deal with the company directly. Their reputation is embarrassing. Looks like I'll also have to DIY my own gatekeeper for tripod attachment because I can't put any faith in them ever being in stock and delivered. Its true about the water bladder. The only one I have is a 3liter but I only filled it half to try it out. Not comfortable at all. But I'll have to deal with it when my trip comes.

Link | Posted on Aug 9, 2016 at 21:28 UTC
On article Alpha dog: Hands-on with Sony a7R II (1118 comments in total)
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macaddict: Does the article's comment about rivaling the A7s' light sensitivity suggest that there will be no A7SII?

And following up on another post, this system desperately needs a pro-level flash system that has the flexibility of the Nikon CLS system and the radio control of the Canon system. More than lens selection, this issue has been my greatest challenge to my move to Sony. Sony's flagship flash is famous for overheating and the lack of a pc cord connector limits options (yet we can adapt any lens to this system).

It doesn't say it rivals the light sensitivity of the A7S. It was talking about the video QUALITY at LOW iso. No mention of high ISO performance at all yet.

Link | Posted on Jun 12, 2015 at 21:28 UTC
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hemi71cuda: Really cool. My main concern is how much storage space does it need to do this? I don't have enough space on my phone at the moment to record a 10 minute video for this thing to speed up. So if the recording occurs within the app, does it record the full video then convert it or does it occur in real time?

I know you don't have to do it with a 10 minute video, just using it to illustrate my concern/question about required storage capacity.

Link | Posted on Aug 28, 2014 at 12:26 UTC

Really cool. My main concern is how much storage space does it need to do this? I don't have enough space on my phone at the moment to record a 10 minute video for this thing to speed up. So if the recording occurs within the app, does it record the full video then convert it or does it occur in real time?

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2014 at 02:46 UTC as 12th comment | 3 replies
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