Andrewteee

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Joined on Nov 14, 2007

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  • The one I rented had a definite "kerchunk" sound to it. But I suppose it depends on what one is comparing it to.
  • That's interesting. A bit surprising (for the CL at least; I never had any desire for the TL). I wonder what is selling well? The Q I've heard, and probably the M10 too? My hypothesis is that the ...
  • Right. I've just never had a use for that feature. Knock on wood.
  • The Summilux TL 35/1.4 is a very, very good lens! That certainly helps. I have no experience with the Sony camera or lens. Sean Reid stated that the Summilux TL 35/1.4 is one of Leica's best ...
  • To be frank, there's no really strong reason why I went with the 718 over the 218 other than I was ready to make a decision and happened to read reviews on B&H. That's just how it went down. My ...
  • I had not thought about that but it sounds so obvious. I might try that tomorrow. Thanks!
  • Eric, Thanks for the detailed instructions. I mentioned in another response that I need the less technical path, where possible. It seems to me that today with so many of us having so much data and ...
  • I'm going to experiment with that.
  • See, there's the challenge with NAS. It can be very technical. I'm just a passionate photographer who works in the product (software) design field. I'm a designer, not a developer. I need the "P" ...
  • The Synology NAS is in my office connected via ethernet to a Netgear Orbi satellite. What I was trying to do is connect my MBP to the NAS's second ethernet port via a long cable. The ethernet ...
  • My ethernet USB adapter arrived (and I downloaded the Mac driver for it) and I've been trying to connect to the NAS via ethernet, but I'm running into the limitations of my technical knowledge. If ...
  • After a lot of research I purchased a Synology DS718+ and two WD 6 GB drives. I was feeling anxious about setting it all up, but it went smoothly! After some research I decided to go with ...
  • And the GR also has the ADJ button, which I fit all of my "favorite" settings into.
  • The latest Leica Q firmware does something like this where the first press of the Menu button brings up a (customizable) favorites menu and then the second press brings up the full Menu. It’s very ...
  • We went to 5 Utah NPs in June and had a fantastic trip. At Arches, we did wait a while at the entrance to get in, but we were there at "prime" time, ie between 9-10 AM. We entered the day before ...
  • We went to Alaska a couple of summers ago, but we did not go where you're going. While the teles are vital, IMO so is a standard zoom (24mm minimum, or go even wider). Alaska is huge, meaning ...
  • That was a great write up about the GR! Inspired me to take mine on a short trip next week.
  • I hear you, but there is a segment of my photography that I take very seriously and I've been starting to do something with it. Still, I'm sure 90+% of my images are crap :-O I definitely hear ...
  • That looks interesting but complicated.
  • To some extent that is correct. I ruthlessly manage most files types, but I also keep most image files (like many photographers keep film negatives, you might say... you never know). The image ...
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