24IS

24IS

Lives in Canada Toronto, Canada
Joined on Oct 2, 2012

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  • Don't get confused by my reference to the practice(s) of directors of marketing and sales as specific to this Lexar ex-employee.  I have no idea or interest in his flogging practices. "Somewhat ...
  • It makes no difference how the card is used.  In your phone, computer, or camera. I'm just wondering, also, which phone can accommodate a SD card.  Micro SD?  Sure, but surely not a SD card...  In ...
  • Really?  How can you be sure?  About anything.  If BS will sell a product, that's what the director of marketing will flog. The facts?  "Far As Can Tell" and that is all conjecture. Do I need to?  ...
  • I think you'll have to discover WHY for yourself.  Hopefully when you do find out, you will understand why it makes sense to follow this guy's advice.  Really, all I've done here is agree with his ...
  • Sure, if it makes you feel better. But the guy claims to have been a director of marketing.  What does he know ??? He did make one or two good suggestions: - Don't run the card up to full ...
  • I was wearing goggles when I Googled it.
  • Google made me do it. Now, read the first sentence.  Repeat if necessary. Also, deleting file-by-file either on the computer seems a horrible way to waste your time.  Why not cut and paste all of ...
  • There's no need to format your card.  Ever.  Doing so will only shorten the life of the card.
  • I second that.  Nice composition!  It makes me think about the Beach Boys song written and sung by Dennis Wilson titled " Little Bird ."
  • Replied in Yes, they do
    Its nice to see that you have supplied this information, Lee Jay.
  • No need to at this point.  Others have clearly demonstrated Lee Jay's obfuscation.
  • The question is rubbish because no terms of reference are supplied.
  • Do you?  Your question is rubbish.
  • Hopefully those cameras that used the film canister to set ISO allowed a manual setting as well.  Otherwise, what would bulk film users do? No.  But let's assume that exposure compensation has been ...
  • Back in the film days, exposure compensation was tied directly to ISO settings.  That is, when you altered the exposure compensation value for some reason, you were doing exactly the same thing as ...
  • I guess I'm without a Clouseau.
  • Now Tom...  This isn't the first time that we have found ourselves in a disagreement, and the cause has always been the same.  You fail to do some simple fact-gathering before you make a claim ...
  • Well now. Tom, old buddy. Surely you have some recollection of the Kodak camera(s) that Senior123 is referring to. No? A quick search would have probably yielded plenty of information about those ...
  • I did not participate in your poll because I do not have a 4K monitor.  However, I can tell you what I see on my Acer Aspire One notebook screen from a distance of about two feet. It is possible to ...
  • If I understand your reference to a "logo sticker," than it seems clear that some sort of identification to you as the source of the image has been retained in the photograph that was used for ...
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