Craig from Nevada

Craig from Nevada

Lives in United States NV, United States
Joined on Apr 7, 2012

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Craig from Nevada: I guess this is what passes for "improved image quality" these days at Olympus.

You are probably not old enough to remember the Canon commercials from the 1980s with Andre Agassi---"image is everything" and consequently do not understand my comment.

Link | Posted on Jun 5, 2018 at 10:14 UTC

I guess this is what passes for "improved image quality" these days at Olympus.

Link | Posted on Jun 4, 2018 at 21:38 UTC as 8th comment | 3 replies
On article Fujifilm X-H1 Review (1581 comments in total)

This camera should have been released in 2016 and named X-T2.

Link | Posted on May 4, 2018 at 23:54 UTC as 23rd comment
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munn1: My only 2 complaints with my X100f are that it chews through batteries,(2-3 hours if powered on full time), & the placement of the "Q" button, my thumb always seems to find it!

I have the same problems with the X-E3.

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2018 at 13:04 UTC
On article Buying Guide: The best cameras for parents (265 comments in total)

Meanwhile the vast majority of images are captured by I-phones or a similar device. A traditional single function camera designed to capture still or even video is not particularly well matched to parenting in terms of size, cost, and functions.

Link | Posted on Apr 19, 2018 at 10:54 UTC as 12th comment
On article Buying Guide: The best cameras for parents (265 comments in total)
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mahonj: Back in my day, parents would have an Instamatic 33 / or a Brownie 127.
And still managed to get photos out of them.
Mind you, the Instamatic was pretty terrible - incredible how popular they were.
+ what a great name - it wasn't instant and it wasn't automatic.

It was affordable and who can complain about the flash cube?

Link | Posted on Apr 16, 2018 at 15:08 UTC
On article Fujifilm X-H1 Review (1581 comments in total)
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noflashplease: I'm not sure I see the point of this camera body. It's like a X-T series but bigger and more expensive. Fujifilm seems to married to APS-C sensors and Medium format, but the future is with full frame. We've seen the future and it looks a lot like the Sony A7III.

The future is your phone.
The traditional camera, whether m43, APS-C, Full Frame or Medium Format, is just a niche product.

Link | Posted on Mar 28, 2018 at 13:03 UTC
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MikeFairbanks: Then the winner of the auction got home and realized it had a cropped sensor and no 4K.

Now someone tells me.

Link | Posted on Mar 14, 2018 at 12:57 UTC
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DavidsfotosDotCom: H2o housing is $______?

Probably the same price as the PT-EP12--$749.

Link | Posted on Feb 9, 2018 at 14:15 UTC
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Chris Noble: "faux leather wraps around the body"... Good thing that "faux" means fake rather than some endangered species.

The only endangered species at this point are buyers for entry level cameras.

The camera makers have to compete with the phones and at the same time produce a camera that does not competes with the advanced products in the lineup. Tough balance

Link | Posted on Feb 7, 2018 at 14:04 UTC
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pdxtrojan: Photographers ruin everything.

https://petapixel.com/2016/02/23/crowd-photographers-looks-like-firefall-yosemite/

@stevo23--I will definitely check it out.

Link | Posted on Feb 6, 2018 at 15:17 UTC
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pdxtrojan: Photographers ruin everything.

https://petapixel.com/2016/02/23/crowd-photographers-looks-like-firefall-yosemite/

@stevo23--thanks for the advice. I was planning on staying in Cortez but now I will look closely at Durango. Mesa Verde is a place I have wanted to see from the time I saw a photo of the place 50 years ago.

Hikes and trains are good fun.

Link | Posted on Feb 6, 2018 at 15:06 UTC
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pdxtrojan: Photographers ruin everything.

https://petapixel.com/2016/02/23/crowd-photographers-looks-like-firefall-yosemite/

@stevo23--happily I live near places that offer alternatives to the national parks--there are some great places in the National Forests in the Sierra that have not been completely overrun (yet) such as Ebbetts Pass or Carson Pass. It isn't Yosemite or Tahoe, but you can feel that you are getting away from it all.

I am planning a trip to Mesa Verde--sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays seems to be a good time.

Link | Posted on Feb 6, 2018 at 14:56 UTC
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anticipation_of: It’s a shame when things like this are necessary, but sometimes they are. The National Park Service has a dual mission; to facilitate the enjoyment of America’s natural resources, and to preserve them for future generations. These missions are often in tension.

Very true and the tension starts the moment the first visitor enters the park and it grows with each additional carload of visitors.

Link | Posted on Feb 6, 2018 at 13:50 UTC
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pdxtrojan: Photographers ruin everything.

https://petapixel.com/2016/02/23/crowd-photographers-looks-like-firefall-yosemite/

@stevo23,

Certain locations in certain parks are stuffed to the gills these days. The Yosemite Valley constitutes less than 1 percent of the park land area but receives most of the visitation.

The first point being is that there are still places that are not overrun in Yosemite that can be accessed during the summer months.

My second point is that only a handful of the National Parks receive this type of visitation. A trip to Great Basin National Park for example is lightly visited.

Link | Posted on Feb 6, 2018 at 13:47 UTC
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KrampusClaus: How about those damn selfie sticks on hiking trails ????

Eyes can be poked out, male bb's can be poked, armpits can be poked, boobs can be poked !

Are these 'professionals' paying a nice fee to the NP for these classes, with all the NP budget cuts (thks brainless GOP), they should pay 10% of their take ?

Monopods can be used as a hiking stick AND a stabilizer, OR a sword against puny selfie sticks in a fight !

How about distinguishing between commercial and noncommercial activities on park lands?

Link | Posted on Feb 2, 2018 at 14:05 UTC

"Speaking anonymously to DPReview, one photography workshop operator and permit holder explained how such a restriction would impact their workshop, saying, "I will be forced to cease all commercial workshops in Zion National Park ... [by] enforcing this rule, they are essentially saying that they don't want commercial photography workshops in their park."'

Our Park, not "their park."

In the world of parks, I have no problem restricting a private company's business model when it competes with higher priorities--such as the enjoyment by individuals and families or protecting the landscape.

It is all about priorities

Link | Posted on Feb 2, 2018 at 13:39 UTC as 7th comment

A nice little camera to take on that trip to Hawaii. A small financial commitment as measured by the price of the trip. It is sized to fit in a pocket. It if fine for what it is.

Link | Posted on Jan 29, 2018 at 16:29 UTC as 3rd comment

Be bold--do a medium format camera that is priced to move.

Bypass the full frame and move the market. Fuji is trying this and it makes some sense.

Link | Posted on Jan 18, 2018 at 14:02 UTC as 7th comment

I am surprised that DPReview hasn't been asked to remove this article by Disney.

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2017 at 15:05 UTC as 3rd comment
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