Earthrise

Earthrise

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Has a website at http://www.alanhumphris.com/
Joined on Nov 11, 2009

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  • Replied in blurry lineup
    The nice thing about photography is that it's a broad church, no right or wrongs, just what works for you. Not sure there has ever been anything to be pure about :-) I like this image, leaves space ...
  • Yes, it would be good if instead of insta-replying to posts we went outside took a breath of air and considered the importance of our remarks against the events in the world. Myself included.
  • Not helpful.
  • Yes, that's true, it could be something like this, could be neat. I had wondered if moving menu off ok was something to do with the new control around the dial, perhaps it was too easy to ...
  • Words fail me, but I'm stubborn and a pedant which is a bad combination for this forum,  my apologies, but thought I'd try one last time. It has nothing to do with the labels, no-one here thinks ...
  • Sorry but you are still not getting it. I'm rubbish at description so it'll be me not you. One example of an assignable button that is gone is the change from Fn2 to Menu. You will not want to lose ...
  • Except its not the same number of buttons. It's 4 assignable buttons down to 2, or 1 if you want to keep the movie button as movie. There is always the touch screen but you seem set on making the ...
  • As well as the features already mentioned, I'm looking forward to abusing and misusing the IBIS to see what effects I can get out of it :-)
  • Not quite. It's not about how many buttons, but how many are assignable to what you want. Fn1 is now ISO, but this may be re-assignable. The menu button is now separate so the assignable Fn2 button ...
  • Good post, thank you. Hoping for many constructive UI examples and suggestions in reply to it. For me, all of your points, plus: Back button focus working in manual focus mode.    As you say the Fn ...
  • Replied in My GR died!
    Are you charging in camera or with a separate charger?
  • Replied in My GR died!
    Hi, sometimes this type of problem is down to the battery, these age and give up the ghost quicker than the camera itself. Are these new? Even if they are not much used but 4 or 5 years old then ...
  • Sorry, my bad, yep I did misread that a bit. ** Edit ** I've kept the post below as is but really all I could have said was: I don't know why they didn't do as you suggest. I hope they do know. ** ...
  • But, nearly all of those points is what the GRIII gives, the others we don't know yet.  There will be buttons on the touch screen, though how well they work again we don't know yet. Ah! I get it ...
  • Thanks for repeating the sentence I don't like and for putting it up in the same post as the excellent Nabokov :-/  Hopefully I'm better with photos than with words.
  • Thanks. Great location and patient subject, I just pressed the button :-)
  • James, not sure why you've posted links to me along with the more interesting discussion on the price of the GRII.  But thanks for the free publicity.  The Inspired Eye piece was the first time ...
  • No relation, not sure why James posted both together. It was shot on film, on a Canon Ixus (Elph) APS Film cam on a trip back in 2000. Co-incidentally not dissimilar to the GR in someways though ...
  • Was writing my long winded post whilst you posted this.  Yep, my hope too.
  • Much talk of losing one handed operation here but it will depend on how the screen is implemented.  From the images of the GRIII it can be seen that the glass covers more than the viewable area. ...
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