SxeHunKA77

SxeHunKA77

Lives in Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
Works as a Avionics Engineer & Photography Enthusiast
Joined on Apr 22, 2013
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dasistwas: Let's hope the specifications will change for the WiFi part. Now it is just 2.4GHz. Probably the Panasonic engineers have never tried live streaming over 2.4GHz band in a crowded place. It is IMPOSSIBLE. The 2.4 band is dead with just few dozen cellphone (with switched-on wifi) owners in a room. It is 2020 now and 5GHz ac Wifi is absolute minimum.

Can it link to the hotspot on your phone to uplink to social media platforms for Wifi Streaming?

Link | Posted on Dec 5, 2020 at 01:24 UTC

I'd hoped rather, they made an update to the 80-400mm with their newest technology in short-wavelength refraction; antireflection coating; electromagnetic diaphragm; etc.
And keep the aperture constant at f4 with phase fresnel optics.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2020 at 10:51 UTC as 3rd comment
On article iPhone X vs. Samsung Note 8 (362 comments in total)
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saiko: Visually the iPhone X looks hideously unresolved when
compared to Galaxy S 8.

So many things look half baked that it doesn't look like apple at all! esp from the front.
Such a shame...

You're right, Apple products had a distinctive look, where every iteration of them invoked commitment to the brand.
What prompted Apple to differentiate the iPhoneX from the rest...good move!

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2017 at 23:34 UTC
On article iPhone X vs. Samsung Note 8 (362 comments in total)
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tlinn: What does this mean: "The Note 8 will also let you save a photo taken with the wide-angle camera; not so on the iPhone X." I'm not understanding the limitation on the iPhone. Obviously the wide angle lens will be used and photos will be saved.

Pretty sure an update will fix that, leveling the playing field in that regard.

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2017 at 23:30 UTC
On article iPhone X vs. Samsung Note 8 (362 comments in total)
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sh10453: Comments are exactly as expected.

Just like in politics when someone makes a negative comment about Trump, a whole army of Trump fans quickly gang up on him/her and launch a vicious attack.

If you say a negative word about Apple or its i-products, a whole army of i-Sheep will rain their arrows over your head.
Discussions used to be civilized, with much higher level of respect and politeness.
People used to accept that not everyone agrees with them, and that everyone is entitled to their opinion or to disagree.

Now I can say that my Huawie Honor 8, for $260, can actually compete head-on with these $1000 devices, aside from a couple of non-essential features (Plus that I don't care about 4K video on a phone).
OK, that was my 2-cents, which I'm entitled to
Reaching for my helmet and my bulletproof vest :)

iSheep isn't insulting, if you get the essence of the comment.
I have both Apple and Samsung Eco-systems in my home and at work, they are neck to neck.
Same thing with Nikon and Canon, we get along fine hurling perceived differences at each other, but in the end we produce remarkable footage alike.

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2017 at 23:28 UTC
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SxeHunKA77: I guess if my pet pit-bull mauls civilians, the authority can't hold me in breech of anything because all the actions are to be attributed to the dog, not me, then in that case the monkey has copyrights

I appreciate what you guys educated me on in this forum...I wish that your war over this issue is resolved as soon as possible. Sorry that my example was irrelevant, I tried to argue that the efforts of the owner of the equipment must get some recognition, he bought his gear, set up the scenario for that beautiful shot and can't claim ownership???? You guys won!

Link | Posted on Aug 12, 2014 at 00:58 UTC

I guess if my pet pit-bull mauls civilians, the authority can't hold me in breech of anything because all the actions are to be attributed to the dog, not me, then in that case the monkey has copyrights

Link | Posted on Aug 7, 2014 at 02:09 UTC as 440th comment | 4 replies
On article Nikon D600 In-Depth Review (22 comments in total)

What UI did Nikon install in this camera?

Link | Posted on May 8, 2014 at 14:20 UTC as 4th comment
On article Drone films SpaceX rocket launch and landing (73 comments in total)
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Jen Yates: "it's lucky that privately-owned SpaceX happens to own its own rockets".

But that's what SpaceX does! They make rockets!

You might have well have said "It's lucky that Intel make microchips" or "It's lucky that McDonalds sells food"

Thanks for that clarification, because my mind couldn't wrap around the 'real news' in this article.
Oh and in other news headlines, "Mc Donald sells food?"

Link | Posted on Apr 23, 2014 at 11:38 UTC
On article Enthusiast interchangeable lens camera roundup (2013) (465 comments in total)
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Mike99999: I think it's a bad move to recommend the D7100 simply based on the fact that Nikon completely abandoned the development of DX lenses. And this is coming from a Nikon user.

I consider the D7100 and 70D as 'bait' cameras. Enthousiasts buy them because they are inexpensive, and in the case of Nikon the 35/1.8 lens is inexpensive as well. Soon thereafter most enthousiasts realize that there does not exist a nice set of APS-C primes. After this point it is a) upgrade to FX or b) switch to another system.

I think any photography website should strongly recommend micro four thirds cameras because it's an open standard and these Nikon-style shenanigans are impossible on an open standard.

I really wish there would be an open standard for full frame as well.

...don't vex when you buy a bicycle and it doesn't have features like a motorcycle...
One love!!!

Link | Posted on Nov 23, 2013 at 13:51 UTC
On article Enthusiast interchangeable lens camera roundup (2013) (465 comments in total)
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Mike99999: I think it's a bad move to recommend the D7100 simply based on the fact that Nikon completely abandoned the development of DX lenses. And this is coming from a Nikon user.

I consider the D7100 and 70D as 'bait' cameras. Enthousiasts buy them because they are inexpensive, and in the case of Nikon the 35/1.8 lens is inexpensive as well. Soon thereafter most enthousiasts realize that there does not exist a nice set of APS-C primes. After this point it is a) upgrade to FX or b) switch to another system.

I think any photography website should strongly recommend micro four thirds cameras because it's an open standard and these Nikon-style shenanigans are impossible on an open standard.

I really wish there would be an open standard for full frame as well.

Uhm!
Correction Nikkor's latest lens is the 18-140mm which is a DX
The APS-C Primes are reasonable and are at focal lengths popular and suitable for the DX sixed sensor, you don't need twenty 35mms to choose from to appreciate what 35mm is for.
When I was buying my 1st DSLR I was tossing between the D7100 and D600,and I finally got the D600 because by review if you're going to upgrade later I upgraded from the start with FX.

Link | Posted on Nov 23, 2013 at 13:45 UTC
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