Olymore

Olymore

Lives in United Kingdom Scotland, United Kingdom
Joined on Mar 3, 2012

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  • Replied in Middle man...
    They may have a physical presence but having an online platform enables them to sell vastly more stock. B&H has been mentioned. How much would they sell if they relied on people popping into their ...
  • Replied in Like I said...
    And smaller businesses can open up their business and offer their goods worldwide. I have bought goods that are not distributed  in the UK, from Spain, USA, Italy and Germany in the last few months ...
  • Thin and very stretchy gloves made of  Polartec powerstretch or similar materials. Many have silicon dots on the fingers to help with the grip which helps with wet, smooth metal objects. These ...
  • EU and UK law forces retailers to accept 14 day returns for most products bought remotely for any reason . And obviously much longer periods for faulty goods regardless of any guarantee that the ...
  • https://www.dpreview.com/opinion/6856813208/roger-cicala-the-difference-between-sample-variation-and-bad-copies-part-1
  • In 30 years time people will have spent their whole lives photographed and monitored anyway. From remote baby monitoring devices to child body safety cameras and mobile phone monitoring to car ...
  • The X-Pro is not a popular Fuji camera. The optical rangefinder makes it more expensive and complex and most Fuji buyers opt for the EVF only ILC cameras. Even most reviews of the X100(x) I have ...
  • I'm sure you could make it into a Tedoflex. Maybe I should have said a Pen F instead.
  • At least you'll then be able to get an E-P7 for the same price as an E-PL1 costs now.
  • I still own my XZ-1 and have been hoping that Olympus/OM system would release an updated version with a 1" sensor and built in EVF. It has the ability to take the add on Olympus EVFs which makes...

  • I had an EPL2 that is prettier than the EPL1  (and better as it addressed PL1 issues!!) but the add on EVF always made it an awkward size and shape and there was always the fear that it would snap ...
  • And just to be even more pedantic, the United Kingdom is not the same as (Great) Britain which is a good analogy for the brands that make mft equipment and are not Panasonic or Olympus.
  • I gave my E400 to a charity shop about a month or so ago as I hadn't used it in a long time and I had too many cameras lying around. It did have a distinct look to the images it produced though and ...
  • The E400 had a 10mp version which was the last of the Kodak versions AFAIK. And it had more dynamic range than the E500 sensor.
  • I would disagree that photo packs are useful for hiking. Firstly you are usually carrying a reasonable amount of stuff even in a day pack, such as at least 1 warm layer, waterproof jacket, ...
  • The Scottish people mostly crossed the ocean due to the Highland Clearances. That was when the wealthy land "owners" decided that sheep were more profitable on the land than human beings and ...
  • In the UK most medical care is free at the point of delivery and we pay for it out of our taxation. It does not rely on you having a good job to afford it. It is not a perfect system but it seems ...
  • I worked in IT until I retired this year and have done a lot of coding plus many other roles. Back in the 1990s they were saying that a lot of the design programs would be generating code and ...
  • You're not going to bring most manufacturing (assembly) jobs back to the U.S,A and that is a good thing. The good jobs are the high value chip designers and marketing and the accountants and so ...
  • I still own an Olympus X-Z1 and an EVF (think it is an VF2,, the larger one at the time). It is that form factor that I want with a 1 inch sensor and a built in viewfinder. Big enough to handle ...
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