lacroix75

lacroix75

Lives in United States SCAL, United States
Joined on Feb 11, 2008

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On article The Sony a9 is a 24MP sports-shooting powerhouse (1905 comments in total)
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lacroix75: Not my type of camera for my shooting style but WOW, Sony did it again. I remember not too long ago, Sony was a market follower, today, they seem to have captured the market leader role. In the meantime, I'll continue to use my a7r MkII for landscapes and wait for the next cycle in this sector!

@sirhawkeye64 Thanks for your thoughts!

Nikon and Canon's demise is lack of innovation, simple as that, hence, if not today, at this rate Sony is on the verge to dethrone both!

Link | Posted on Apr 19, 2017 at 19:50 UTC
On article The Sony a9 is a 24MP sports-shooting powerhouse (1905 comments in total)

Not my type of camera for my shooting style but WOW, Sony did it again. I remember not too long ago, Sony was a market follower, today, they seem to have captured the market leader role. In the meantime, I'll continue to use my a7r MkII for landscapes and wait for the next cycle in this sector!

Link | Posted on Apr 19, 2017 at 17:00 UTC as 285th comment | 4 replies
On photo Arthur's Pass, New Zealand in the Nature Photos from the Top Half of the Earth challenge (8 comments in total)

Spectacular shot , congrats!!!

Link | Posted on Mar 5, 2017 at 16:05 UTC as 4th comment
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Marty4650: Ahhhh.. the Rolex of convertible laptops!

This will probably be a big seller in Dubai.

Agreed, flash and hardly any substance... :)

Link | Posted on Feb 28, 2017 at 15:45 UTC
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Velociphile: 1. Battery life
2. Battery life
3. Battery life

yep, I guess they want us to buy more batteries :)

Link | Posted on Jun 23, 2015 at 14:35 UTC

Never been happier since moving from Nikon a year .
Sony, please continue to innovate, don't stop.

Along with my on order A7R II and Batis lenses, I still need a native 14mm f/2 prime; hope Mr. Maki or Zeiss are listening!!!

Link | Posted on Jun 23, 2015 at 13:49 UTC as 34th comment | 1 reply
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ARB1: May have to bid goodbye to my D800.

I have a year ago and never looked back. Go for it!

Link | Posted on Jun 11, 2015 at 03:06 UTC
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straylightrun: RIP Canikon, 2015.

@ Chris Weller "ACCELERATE"? really? why are they sleeping at the wheel in the first place. They're dinos, too arrogant and deserve to die for their lack to listen to their loyal customers. BTW, get an A6000 for Birds & Sports and leave the Canikons at home; you'll enjoy it and your shoulders will thank you!

Link | Posted on Jun 11, 2015 at 03:04 UTC
On photo Loch Tummel sunset in the OMG... It is just a natural Peter Lik! challenge (3 comments in total)

Who says that you need to buy a camera every year if you can get this result from a 6yrs old D90. Little over processed for me taste but fantastic!!!

Link | Posted on Jan 3, 2015 at 19:11 UTC as 3rd comment

What an amazing adventure and awesome photographs!

I'm certainly doing something wrong with my life living the dream in corporate America :(

Cheers!

Link | Posted on Oct 13, 2014 at 22:02 UTC as 25th comment | 1 reply
On article Fujifilm X30 First Impressions Review (477 comments in total)
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lacroix75: I love Fuji cameras but I'd rather get a discounted X100s or the heavily discounted X-E2. Maybe it's just me but I never thought that the X10, X20 and X30 line is well positioned in the market at $600. I would consider it for $400 as a travel camera tops but not a penny more.

then get a discounted x100s and avoid the x20 and X30 line all together if you don't already have one. Btw, the x-e2 is heavily discounted; try amazon or ebay; you can buy it new for little over $600 and get the Fuji 27mm pancake for about $300 and I guarantee it will fit nicely in you jacket. But wait, you'll have much better pictures with an APS-C sensor ;)

Link | Posted on Sep 11, 2014 at 04:30 UTC
On article Fujifilm X30 First Impressions Review (477 comments in total)

I love Fuji cameras but I'd rather get a discounted X100s or the heavily discounted X-E2. Maybe it's just me but I never thought that the X10, X20 and X30 line is well positioned in the market at $600. I would consider it for $400 as a travel camera tops but not a penny more.

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2014 at 03:54 UTC as 77th comment | 4 replies
On article Benchmark Performance: Nikon D810 review (2000 comments in total)
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lacroix75: I learned great lesson in the past couple years from Nikon, never buy their first release of anything. Case in point, D800 (early on focus issues, etc..) vs D810 (much more refined version of practically the same thing with minor upgrades), D600 (Oil issues) vs. D610 (again cleaned and refined version). So for me going forward, wait for the second pass, i.e., D910 instead of D900 (if there's such a thing in the future)... ;)

@HowaboutRAW I can't describe you but you are certainly a true "Fanboy" who's easily offended. Relax and get yourself a D810 :)

Link | Posted on Jul 31, 2014 at 03:39 UTC
On article Benchmark Performance: Nikon D810 review (2000 comments in total)
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Barend: Reading all the comments I think that my Nikon D700 still does a decent job.

Agree, that camera was a true success!

Link | Posted on Jul 31, 2014 at 00:09 UTC
On article Benchmark Performance: Nikon D810 review (2000 comments in total)
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lacroix75: I learned great lesson in the past couple years from Nikon, never buy their first release of anything. Case in point, D800 (early on focus issues, etc..) vs D810 (much more refined version of practically the same thing with minor upgrades), D600 (Oil issues) vs. D610 (again cleaned and refined version). So for me going forward, wait for the second pass, i.e., D910 instead of D900 (if there's such a thing in the future)... ;)

@HowaboutRaw - I'm not advising anyone for anything, do what you wish... in my comments, I specifically said "...for me personally..." take care!

Link | Posted on Jul 31, 2014 at 00:07 UTC
On article Benchmark Performance: Nikon D810 review (2000 comments in total)

I learned great lesson in the past couple years from Nikon, never buy their first release of anything. Case in point, D800 (early on focus issues, etc..) vs D810 (much more refined version of practically the same thing with minor upgrades), D600 (Oil issues) vs. D610 (again cleaned and refined version). So for me going forward, wait for the second pass, i.e., D910 instead of D900 (if there's such a thing in the future)... ;)

Link | Posted on Jul 30, 2014 at 22:18 UTC as 250th comment | 20 replies
On article Nikon D810: What You Need to Know (142 comments in total)
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AEY: Did D810 use the same sensor as A7r?

wait few years, someone might have "the" perfect camera for you, best!

Link | Posted on Jun 30, 2014 at 01:44 UTC
On article Nikon D810: What You Need to Know (142 comments in total)
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AEY: Did D810 use the same sensor as A7r?

I'll sell you my a7r to fund a D810 :)

Link | Posted on Jun 28, 2014 at 15:19 UTC
On article Nikon D810: What You Need to Know (142 comments in total)
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AEY: Did D810 use the same sensor as A7r?

The standard on the a7r (I own one) is 100 and yes it can go down to L50 which is still different than the D810, which standard is ISO 64 with L32. Again, I don't know the inside story between Sony & Nikon but based on the sensor sensitivity (ISO), they are different... that's all!!!

Link | Posted on Jun 27, 2014 at 23:30 UTC
On article Nikon D810: What You Need to Know (142 comments in total)
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francis jay: Im a d700 user before but when the d800 came up I was like no I dont need that meg pixel so I jump to fujifilm but I still want d700s with 12 or 16 megapixel

Then you should consider the Nikon DF, great upgrade and inline with the D700

Link | Posted on Jun 27, 2014 at 17:48 UTC
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