PhotoHawk

Lives in Canada Canada
Joined on Nov 19, 2008

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  • The M10V should be available however all I could find on SocioNext's website was info on the M7M.  The new processor may help in a few areas.  It will add 4k video but that is immaterial to me. Pen ...
  • I agree with you in that a 16 MP sensor is fine for printing. See http://www.dslrbodies.com/cameras/camera-articles/image-quality/how-big-can-i-print.html There isn't much difference in the size ...
  • I agree.  Inexperience shouldn't be blamed on equipment.  Similarly that fact that someone used a flash (however also showing inexperience) shouldn't be grounds to state their equipment was better. ...
  • I find the Surface Pro to be a very good device - I have not had the problems CR states.

  • Replied in Going Home
    The bridge is an antique already.  It won't survive another 50 years.  As to the cars, well as we use a lot of salt here they won't be around in another 5 years.  An antique car here in Nova ...
  • I think the answer is complicated.  Many things happened that impacted their market share.  Looking over their history perhaps at first it was hubris, they were big and had a large market share.  ...
  • I still have my E510. I bought it back in 2007. I have much newer cameras with very much better Dynamic range and AF performance now however but on occasion I still use the E510. Generally the E510 ...
  • Small Size camera: Q Medium Size Camera: KP, KS1, Ks2, K01, K70, K50, K3, K3II, K5, KP Medium Large Size Camera: K1 Large Size Camera: 645D, 645Z Generally Single digit names such as K5, K3, K1, K7 ...
  • I hear the K9 will really have a leg up on the competition....
  • I was in Washington in 2014.  I had a 10-20, a 17-50, a 18-135 and a 55-300.  The Sigma 10-20 was by far the lens I used most.  By far. My advice would be forget the 55-250. You generally won't ...
  • How about this?
  • Replied in Antonov AN2
    Apparently over 18,000 built. Nice photos!
  • Hi; I have DXO, CS/ACR and C1.  I have custom profiles only with ACR (shot at two temperatures and interpolated using the Adobe recipe tool from Eric Chan and also from xwrite's profile tool).  If ...
  • https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2017/02/things-you-didnt-want-to-know-about-zoom-lenses/
  • Well this seriously throws the glove down as a challenge to Nikon and Canon! Sony seems to be really moving the bar on cameras. Good for everyone.

  • You could use only one piece of software to function not only as your post processor but as your DAM.  LR is a good example. Storage is very inexpensive these days - and getting less expensive as ...
  • Try ISO 6400 with the Sony 6500, 6300 or the Pentax KP.  Depends where you expect to use the camera and what you intend to use it for.  Aside from tracking a fast moving subject or a weaving ...
  • Replied in ISO Explained
    The example you use doesn't work here.  In programming if you a simple concept wrong you will find things won't work as intended (or at all).  The issue here that Bobn points out is that the ...
  • Replied in Silver Lining
    I likely would have bought upgrades to CS6 from Adobe.  Likely every other revision unless of course the subsequent revision to what I had contained something I felt I couldn't live without. Howeve ...
  • Wait a few months.  The K3II will go off into the sunset and the KP will move down in price to accommodate the newer K3 replacement.  My guess is that Pentax will test the waters with a near $2000 ...
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