Thomas Guenther

Lives in Germany somewhere over the rainbow, Germany
Joined on Jun 7, 2009

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  • or just maybe they are annoyed by exponential increase of customer support - support the "nerd", not the pros. Money divides.
  • Same here - same move to Hasselblad - did not upgrade to C1 yet and think about to first ever skip this year. Neither HDR nor stitching is on my need (until AutopanoPro refuses to work). I only go ...
  • +1. I only refer to Macs, not to crap :-) At the time I need to go for a new computer, only 8GB M1 were available. Early summer this year. My point is that with an M1 8GB are sufficient - which ...
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    100% MMMMMMMMMMax Headroom
  • After a lot of trying and establishing and robbing a lot of available free time with strategies RAID, NAS and all other stuff, I just keep the raw files in an annual structure. 1 HD for storage (6 ...
  • when one hesitates to play because of a lack of pratice and experience, the magic is gone. Not to mess up with Monk: You have to listen, then think and then finally play THE tone
  • that's why I made the disclaimer "if you are on a budget"
  • Regarding intel processors, 16 GB seems to be state of the art. Sufficient for RAW files up to 150 MB. Seamless run of CaptureOne, Phocus, AutopanoPro. Older intel based seem to need additional ...
  • yup. Besides initial learning it is life long thing, if you really want to stay in. My clarinet teacher is now over 80 but he plays and practices daily! ¾ to 1 hr. Besides aspects of physical ...
  • I play the clarinet (A/B/C) and the bassett horn - I play percussion and drums and was prof member in several choirs doing things like Matthäus Passion, Johannes Passion, Christmas Oratory and for ...
  • I am not too old that I can't wait ...
  • saved some as spare. Do you need some old RAM? There seems to exist a certain point in time, when crap becomes worthy because of all the old SCAD systems running NT3.51 and other nowadays jokes,
  • Never had IBIS on my former system, either it didn't exist, or was introduced altars I used the system. I am pretty fine using the 907 with 45/3.5 as walk-around system, but I was educated that ...
  • Your last statement only relies to adapted and/or mechanical lenses, didn't it?
  • I am a heavy Cone user since version 3.7x, coming out with my M8. Compared to "universal" software it was most of the time ahead of LR or PS, to Canons DPR or all stuff provided by Nikon (Capture ...
  • During studying at university I was forced to use both eyes using the microscope - no way. even then I only used the left. Something can't be trained by every body. But I am pretty well both handed.
  • Last month I got the reason from my ophthalmologist - beginning cataract in the right one, ...
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    It's not uncommon. Sometimes it is easier, especially if you interact with the model/subject. In some scenery it gives you a better overview of the scene as well.
  • I always used to use only one eye (my left one), the other one closed. Maybe that is the reason why I skipped the M system, cause I was an improper M user.
  • I use iPhone, GoPro, and exchanged my complete SL stuff (SL-Body, 24-90, 90-280, 75/2) into 907 plus 45/3.5. Only one piece now.
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