khunpapa

khunpapa

Lives in Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
Works as a Human Repair
Joined on Sep 23, 2011

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  • Two bursts of the same 3 F rames P er S ec shooting. First burst with high shutter speed. Second burst with low shutter speed.
  • Frozen food is good. Cheap, predictable delicious, safe, almost instant ready for my hungry belly. But I still prefer waiting hours lazily for the very imperfect dishes my mom is cooking; even ...
  • The 12-40 also has fabulous weight on the neck <groannnnnn ...>.
  • I know that.  That's why I say "worst". Before the word "as-is" is the words "No mold", "No haze", "Clear glass".
  • Best would be the ZD 35mm f/3.5. It's very light and provide 1.7:1 magnification.  Olympus genuine MMF-1 or -2 is highly recommended. BTW, why did you sell that 60/2.8? <sigh>. It's the best m4/3 ...
  • Olympus 35-70mm f/3.6 constant aperture. Heavy, not cheap. The cheaper version is f/3.5-4.5 and f/3.5-4.8. Very light (less than 200 gm). IQ is also good, though less than the f/3.6. For telezoom, ...
  • If long reach is essential, I suggest you'd consider Pentax 300mm f/4 too. Price is less than $200 and you get extra 100mm (1.5x) more.
  • For me, nothing is worse than those 400mm f/8 lenses that float around ebay! The ad is excellent; the IQ of the pictures in the ad is out of this world. Everything's holy until you mount it on your ...
  • As the bold is important, my opinion is - X100F. Reason? I hate that two words too much. Really. Their full (underline) meaning, for me, is - should not trust . You can crop 28mm to 35mm. You also ...
  • Replied in KEH
    I live half a world away from their corporate. Four years ago, buying several lens from them. No non sense. Fast shipping. VERY good packaging. Lens condition better than described. Don't know ...
  • Hmm. It's time those Board of Administrator people should rush to you, sincerely invite you to be their boss and direct the company!  They are so dumb. Even such easy solution could not see. ...
  • I think of my $250 old canon 58mm f/1.2 , The $150 pentax 135mm f/2.5, the $200 nikon 105mm f/2.5 .. none of swirly bokehs or mystical abbr. Then think of the new Olympus 75mm f/1.8, the $900 that ...
  • I am not sure about the $200 vs $2,000 difference. But if you hand those two set to two general photographers, tell them nothing except shoot anything they like. Alternate the set for more randomness.
  • After reading thought lot of discussion, I think of my nephew's MP3 player and his top-of-the-line in-ear speaker. Even he was born in the true HiFi environment (his dad's business of customized ...
  • Replied in Neither
    I do not feel. I am sure. You never heard of Aesop, right?
  • EPL7 has better dxo than m10, but in the insignificant level. No one could tell which image (from real world shooting) is from which camera. Lens and light and WB and etc combines their power to ...
  • Replied in Neither
    Exposed film deteriorates because it's chemistry which can't run away from thermodynamics laws. But the digital files is stored digitized information . It can lost, but never deteriorates unless ...
  • <sigh> You already set the answer flag. Why bother ask?
  • Mr.Wong is the professional photographer. He lives & sleeps with the cameras. It's nothing at all if he can handheld at 5 sec. But for the ordinary people who shoot only weekend @ less than 300 ...
  • When the world just cooled down, the 135-size film prospered and spread at light speed. The Homo Scientis human specie discovered that the 43mm lens has the Angle of View (AOV) close to the perceptive
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