Diane B

Lives in United States United States
Works as a PT photographer, self employed/family business
Has a website at http://www.pbase.com/picnic
Joined on May 11, 2001
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EQUIPMENT

Cameras:
Olympus OMD EM5
G3
Panasonic GM-1
Panasonic GX85

Lenses:
Lensbaby 2.0, Tilt,Composer
Panasonic 15/1.7
Panasonic 20 f/1.7
Panasonic Leica 25/1.4
Panasonic 45 2.8
Panasonic 12-32
Panasonic 35-100
Panasonic 14-45 f/3.5-5.6
Panasonic 45-200 f/4-5.6
Panasonic 4/3rds to m4/3rds adaptor
Olympus m4/3 9-18
Olympus Zuiko 9-18 f/4-5.6
Olympus 12-50
Olympus Zuiko 17 f/2.8
Olympus 45 f/1.8
Sigma f60/2.8
Cameraquest FD->m4/3rds adaptor
RJ EOS_>m4/3rds adaptor
Canon FD 24 f/2.8
Canon FD 28 f/2.0
Canon FD 50 f/1.8
Canon FD 35 f/2.8
Canon FD 135 f/2.8
Konica Hexanon 40 f/1.8
Nikkor 24/2.8 F
Nikkor 35/2 F
NYC mfg AS L grip/bracket
Markins 10L ballhead
RRS 192 PPP focusing rail

Comments

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nafik: I just returned it after almost 3weeks of trying to make it work. I bought it just to back up memory cards on safari and it failed miserable. You would expect to plug in SD card copy it and keep shooting. Nothing can be further from the truth, especially if you shot RAW.
I made a huge mistake buying it from WD store. First after I payed for expedited delivery they shipped only after I threaten them to stop credit card transaction. Then WD goes to enormous length trying to make return as difficult as possible. Never buy anything from them.

I discovered by going to the WD forums that some SD cards do not work with it (primarily older SDs). When I used the SD cards that work with it it handled them just fine. I also learned prior to buying it that shooting with raw + sm. jpeg made it much easier to identify the files--i then transfer to my Macbook pro later.

Link | Posted on Nov 12, 2016 at 11:46 UTC
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Studor13: Given that you actually already have a camera in an iPhone, do people really take and then transfer a photo from a large(r) camera back onto the phone?

It's sort of like I would take a photo with a phone and then for some unknown reason I would transfer it to my D800.

In any case, I have a Nikon J5 which has built in wifi and can transfer images to iOS devices, so I don't know what the big deal is.

I agree. I can't see myself ever transferring files to my 6s Plus. I have transferred photos to Ipad since original One but then also upload SD to PC for Lightroom/PS processing

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 12:31 UTC
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Photato: .... and who wants to deal with an adapter?
One day Apple will have the epiphany of including a mSD card slot.
Transferring pictures shouldn't be this hard.

I've used the 30 pin adaptor for years and bought the Lightning adaptor when I bought my first Air. Frankly, I don't want an SD slot in my phone or Ipad. i have one in my Macbook Pro. A slot makes little sense to me in the very thin IOS devices. I do wish IOS dealt directly with RAW--says not but I have several photo apps that say they convert the RAW file so still confused about that.

Link | Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 12:27 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (151 comments in total)

Leonardo is decent too. Photogene, Snapseed.

Link | Posted on Nov 3, 2013 at 12:55 UTC as 55th comment
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