thank you to everyone I am now backing up my photos to the external drive. I know I have lots of photos that are "test shots" with my new camera but there are several bird photos taken in my yard that I would not like to lose.
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IWith a rig like that, Mr. Neuroanatomist, I would suspect that there is probably an identical notch in your left clavicle ...
Could be, but the 12 lb weight isn't a problem. Being right-handed, the norm would be for my left arm/shoulder to be weaker. But I've spent nearly six years carrying a heavy weight with my left arm (leaving my right hand free)...in fact, there's an 18 lb weight there as I type this - sleeping 8-month old, who's now taken the place of my two older daughters as the one who gets carried - at least, most of the time.
Probably the next rant will be about full-frame high MP cell phones with lens adapters replacing anything in their path.
What if in the future, smartphones' LCD screen somehow can double as the imaging sensor? You could have a 7 inch diagonal sensor that is 50 trillion gigapixels...that can shoot at 20,000 fps, since there would only be an electronic shutter. Of course it might require a pretty fast processor and memory card...Also might take several years to view each whole image at full size, just scrolling it over a computer monitor...
Memo to self buy a raincoat for my camera. I don't intend to be out in rain but on the law of averages I will get caught one day. I am also thinking that when the surf is running big and I get the chance of photos at the lighthouse a raincoat may be a good thing to use against accidental spray.
I got this and I thought it was more than adequate for the price.