dwalby

Lives in United States SoCal, CA, United States
Joined on Mar 12, 2004

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  • non-engineers engineers
  • at least they didn't send him a tripad mount.
  • Replied in A few cents?
    the concept of tapping threads into a piece of "C" shaped metal isn't rocket science, but the guys who make low production, specialized items like this under a name brand charge a fortune for ...
  • my first thought was hold the camera low, and walk backwards. She wasn't moving that fast, so I suspect a brisk walk would suffice. If that doesn't work, hire a camera crew with a dolly, and have ...
  • I get that you're a beginner, but if you think that looks professional then at least you have your sights set low enough to not be discouraged with your own progress. my own opinion on this is ...
  • I usually don't, but having been to Yosemite many times, I like that one a lot, nice work!!! edit: now that I clicked on it and viewed a larger size version, not as crazy about it as the smaller ...
  • seems like high precision molding may have been their main accomplishment.
  • but my original point was that the 'unofficial' repair places are just going to be ordering their parts from Canon anyway.  I doubt they stock much in the way of spare parts because it wouldn't ...
  • Replied in try this
    interesting, didn't notice that before, I wonder why they're missing? they have more lenses than Samsung and Samyang, which both made the list.
  • I think you're right about Canon no longer servicing the 1D3, its one of the risks of buying a much older generation camera.  Another reply suggested taking it to a repair shop, but if Canon ...
  • because most of them just stick it on a tripod and sit in front of it and 'unbox' their latest gadget that they bought on the Internet, so they can "review" it for the unwashed masses.
  • Replied in try this
    go to this link: https://tiffen.com/tiffen-filters/lenstofilterchart/ cut/paste all the lens info into an Excel spreadsheet, then sort on the filter size column.
  • Just to clarify because you seem to be a bit confused by it, the Nikon is going to output video in the same format as you've already used, so it shouldn't be any different in that regard. I assume ...
  • any recent computer can edit videos, its just that some are faster than others. To do it right you'll need to buy a decent video editing program, not something that comes as pre-installed crapware, ...
  • Do a small test print section in the corner of the A3.  If it looks good, you're done.  If it doesn't, then if you have color profiles to experiment with use them, and put each test print in a ...
  • its got a few quirks, but overall a very solid image editing program.  Won't be hard to adapt from PS to PSP, the user interface and feature set is similar.  I'd say PSP falls in between ...
  • this will happen if you switch cards back and forth that have different image numbers on them, and you're in continuous numbering mode.  Camera will take highest number from card, and last image ...
  • 1. is the entire image illuminated  by the flash, or is only part of the frame illuminated? 2. what shutter speed, f-stop, and ISO setting do you have set, and how far away is your subject you're ...
  • perhaps, but everything can be improved using nanotechnology, or something like that.
  • I think you have things pretty well covered here, and my guess is you aren't going to really get much use of the 16-35, so I'd go with the 24-105. The long lens rental options you mentioned aren't ...
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