Mackiesback

Mackiesback

Lives in United States MN, United States
Joined on Jan 2, 2017

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  • It's not really whether people here, especially ones that do not live in the UK, are interested in it or not. The original premise of this thread was that DPR was remiss in covering it, partially ...
  • I use both, but I use 24mm more. I have found when shooting architecture indoors like churches, museums etc. that 4mm if often the difference between fitting the dome in the image and not. And ...
  • Replied in Seriously,
    Quit making this a perceived national slight. It's not. This site covers these shows for one reason: new product announcements. Nothing else. Insert name of show here, if it has new product ...
  • Very helpful link, thanks I had no idea, and I have been to Manhattan probably a dozen times since the project started. I might go see this when I am there in May, as an aside it is very ...
  • When designing books in InDesign, you know what your page number will be as it is part of the design process. You can do the math on the signatures (the publishing term for these "blocks" you ...
  • Sometimes you see things without really planning for it, much like your post. I am really not very interested in your opinion, yet I saw it. Kind of like the Kars for Kids ads, nobody seeks that out. ...
  • Curing or eliminating other causes of death didn't move cancer up the charts just because those other ills were eliminated, it did it because it allows us to now live long enough to contract ...
  • As would I. When I first learned about the limitations of the adapter, it really put me off the new line. The alleged benefits of the new ML format for Nikon were not enough to get me to ditch my ...
  • Most companies or divisions within a company that are losing money are in trouble.
  • On the Miranda forums, on the MF Nikkors thread, I see a number or nice images from the Nikon 25-50. Also the 75-150 Series E lens gets decent reviews.
  • Man, last thing I need is another 2lb prime that is completely unbalanced on my camera, is a meh focal length for me and costs north of $1000 but damn. That is pretty compelling. I am a sharp geek ...
  • Since I made the point about the zooms, and since this is a survey so I assume I need to speak for only the zooms I own, I don’t have any fast enough where the focal plane is an issue. Just for ...
  • Replied in A little weird
    I don’t bother with any zooms I have. I have had to fine tune my Sigma Arts.
  • It was an exploding filter. It did its job.
  • I find it very odd that the OP listed landscape and wildlife, very much in that order, with wildlife almost a passing inclusion, and you are discussing AF-C and MFT cameras. Neither of those ...
  • Amen. I don't get the dirty laundry crap here. He is probably right You can choose any method of shipping you want with B&H. That is weird and on B&H. You can choose any method of shipping you want ...
  • I guess I didn't realize that B&H was not really interested in your image when they said they would accept the return, as I don't remember seeing that in the original post. If you had stated that, ...
  • As Tex pointed out, the thread headline is landscape, and you keep coming back to C-AF performance.  Not sure that helps a lot.
  • This attitude is precisely why working retail is one of the most dreaded endeavors in the marketplace. Do you think benefit of the doubt would not be at least a little bit fair given that the OP ...
  • I highly doubt bridge cameras are keeping the compact users away. The reality is Nikon isn't even selling many compacts anymore. The compact section on Nikon Cafe hasn't had a post about a compact ...
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