VadymA

Lives in Canada Calgary, Canada
Joined on Jul 31, 2009

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  • I think the researches will argue that the Mooney wing was chosen strictly due to size/cost limitations of the lab but the objective was to demonstrate the effect from the impact with a much...

  • Of course some of my statements, if not all need clarification. Please keep in mind, I am not writing an essay here. But to your point, blockchain is just an algorithm of maintaining a public ...
  • Claim #4 : lots of banks are using blockchain. I am in accounting and work with banks a lot and never heard of them using blockchain for anything. What I know for sure that a handful of bank (three ...
  • I’ve done my own research of blockchain technology and in my educated opinion, it still has a long way to go to prove its usefulness. There are a lot of claims about this technology which I ...
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    I have a feeling you might think I am arguing, but I totally agree with your statement. Just want to use myself as an illustration that different people may have different needs and values derived ...
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    All my lenses, including 32 1.2 (85 mm FF), and 70-300 (800 mm FF), and the body fit into a GoPro travel case 10x12x3 inches in size! ;-) The 1.2 is at the top right. It is tiny.
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    Totally agree. Before saying this is good and this is bad, a person needs to decide what kind of photography this person wants/needs to do. Definition of good and bad can totally reverse depending ...
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    You seems to place no value on size difference. Well to me, a decrease in size by four times is much more valuable that four times more light gathering capabilities. Why? Because a am not a ...
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  • In dark rendition again ;-)
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  • Yes, they mentioned using a flash for this shot. And apparently he shot at 24 mm f8 with a flash in a jungle! He must have been right into their faces. And they were still casually looking away ...
  • I like the story behind the photo, it is probably extremely difficult to track these animals. And that might as well contribute to the final decision. But I have to admit, story and names aside, I ...
  • When did casual shooters used proper cameras? They always used point and shoot devices, which is what a cellphone is. They replaced P&S quite some time ago, so there is no need to recommend ...
  • There were times when, in order to get a descent quality photo, there was only one option - a big and bulky DSLR with big and heavy lenses. But now, I can get exactly the kind of good quality ...
  • Thank you for the compliment. I am too lazy to invest in proper light tools, even in a good flash. So what I usually do when I feel like actually doing something is use my table and floor lamps to ...
  • I pretty much agree with you, but with one exceptions - wall art. I find it often that unrealistically looking images make better wall art than realistic looking ones. For that reason, I don’t ...
  • Never bought from eBay either. My main reason is the bidding process. I just don’t find it that appealing - you bid, you wait, you bid, you wait, than you fight over the last minute. At least this ...
  • Thank you for posting those links. They help to prove my point and show to some uneducated sceptics who might think I am cherry picking that I am not cherry picking anything. For them, I would ...
  • I posted ILC sales statistics recently which clearly shows that much more (several time more) ILC cameras are sold today than 15 years ago. Why would that be if interest was in decline? I think ...
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