Jono Slack

Jono Slack

Lives in United Kingdom Diss, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Works as a Software Designer
Has a website at http://www.slack.co.uk
Joined on Nov 8, 2000
About me:

Just this guy you know

Jono Slack's recent activity

  • Hi There Analogue - I don't think you're quite on the button here - they are certainly trying to clarify and simplify the interface . . not to remove features - The new interface still allows you ...
  • HI There Quite right - irritatingly I don't have a Q to compare, but my instinct is that the Q2 has mistakenly gone back to the behaviour of the early Q firmware - hopefully it will be fixed so ...
  • Hi There I actually think there is room for improvement here - I’d like to see a menu option whereby you could choose toggle / hold - but either way I don’t think you should have to keep your ...
  • Hi there thank you for coming back  I remember now! Hmm but in this case if you would prefer to go back to activating the af from the shutter at short notice then you need to go into the menu to ...
  • I didn’t know they had a reputation for stodgy engineering? I’d have thought that in recent years it was rather the opposite and that they had been quite innovative and imaginative - without ...
  • Hi There It has already been thoroughly requested during the beta stage, All the best Jono
  • Yes it does - but I don’t think it should. Best
  • Yes, but with caveat you can set the Zoom/Lock button in settings for AFL (auto focus lock) and in that case the shutter release only activates the meter and trips the shutter (exactly as you say). ...
  • Hi There Aaron Of course, the image stabilisation and the wide angle helps, I usually try to keep the shutter speed at 1/50th, but I’m not finding much problem with camera shake. All the best
  • Hi There thanks for the kind words I hope you enjoy it as much as I did all the best
  • Thank you for that - done some research and I've changed the article accordingly. all the best
  • At A3+, personally I wouldn’t expect to be able to tell the difference, certainly not enough to matter very much. I’m a bit cynical about this - I don’t think you really ever see better dynamic ...
  • thank you always dangerous to make assumptions! I assumed that because of the analogue distance scale and the feel of it then it was mechanical thanks for the correction I certainly would too both ...
  • Thank you very much for this John I should have put it in the article - informative and useful - many thanks! In fact, now I have put it in the article (with credit where it’s due) best
  • Thank you Michael refreshing to know that I’m not going mad! I can’t see why they would remove it though (no advertising or competition). Whatever
  • Hi There Coming from years of rangefinder use I like it like this, but I quite agree that it would be a good option to zoom in. I can’t imagine there isn’t enough processing power there to do it. A ...
  • Created discussion thread My Take on the Q2
    Hi There I thought I'd posted this yesterday, but it seems that I didn't! At any rate, the Q2 is announced, and it's an interesting camera (to say the least). I've been playing with it since last ...
  • HI Karl I'm not sure about the other ones - the Leica M to T adapter is very expensive because it reads the 6 bit code on Leica M mount lenses and transfers the information to the T (to be added to ...
  • HI Dave! How the devil are you? all the best
  • Thank You! it's a fine lens
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