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Reviews / Re: Nikon D4s VS Canon 1Dx Comparison
« on: May 09, 2014, 03:09:57 AM »
Nikon D4s vs. Canon 1D X ;D
Nikon D4s vs. Canon 1D X - Which one's better? Small | Large

This is just for a bit of fun ... so, don't take this too seriously ... at 3.03 mins, you will get to know about a unique park in Hongkong ;D
How to look like a Pro Tog Small | Large

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« on: May 09, 2014, 01:57:11 AM »
Just got the a6000 yesterday ... got it with the kit lens 15-50+55-210 ... the local Sony store gave me a really good deal (paid $950) along with free Sony camera bag and a Sony 16GB card. Have just done some random "test" shots and can say that it puts fun back into photography ... one has to use it to understand how fast and accurately it auto focuses even with the little pancake zoom lens. For times when weight is an issue, especially on business trips etc, the a6000+16-50+55-210 make for a great little package to carry around without worrying about weight and space and still get great images. The optional $5 camera apps (which can be directly installed into your camera wirelessly) make this camera a stellar performer for beginners who have no interest in post processing ... even the $10 timelapse app makes child's work of getting awesome timelapse videos without having to do any post processing whatsoever. The good part is that you don't have to buy these apps, when you upgrade to another Sony mirrorless camera including (even when you decide to go full frame), once the app is purchased it can be installed on 10 cameras.

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Stolen equipement - off-brand
« on: May 07, 2014, 01:10:12 PM »
Sorry to hear of your friend's lost lens ... I may not understand what it's like to lose a big lens like that but I do know what its to lose a lens ... my EF 24-70 f/2.8 L I lens was stolen sometime ago. I'll pass on the info to my friends.

The EF-S version with IS & STM sounds good for some great UWA handheld video work ... but the EF version with IS :-\ :-X ... hmmm!

Third Party Manufacturers / COOL premium keyboard for iPad
« on: May 02, 2014, 02:21:30 PM »
Brydge iPad external keyboard review Small | Large

Third Party Manufacturers / For a bit of fun - Selfies by Kai
« on: April 30, 2014, 01:26:15 PM »
Don't over think it ... this is just for a bit of fun
5 Things to Avoid When Taking Selfies Small | Large

Anyone know where to get a high def picture that shows Canon 100 million lens celebration?

Canon General / Re: Helen Oster
« on: April 18, 2014, 08:07:35 AM »
Happy birthday, Helen! I hope it's your best one yet!

It's been 2 weeks since certain claims were made about Canon screwing the customers ... yet to see any proof.

It kinda looks ugly ... maybe its just the angle, but it sure looks ugly and unappealing to me.

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: How to Annoy a Photography Snob
« on: April 16, 2014, 08:29:23 AM »
Anybody struggling with the Rockwell link should watch a Zefrank video or two on YouTube. True Facts About The Armadillo

how did we get here again?

I was thinking the same thing ... maybe people are only reading the words "photography snob" from the title, and they immediately think of Ken ;D

We're all photography snobs, jaded on some level, are we not?

If we are honest with ourselves, yes we are all snobs ... it does not have to be only photography, it could be anything ... everyone is prejudiced about something or another ... so yes, we are snobs at some level.

EOS-M / Re: Canon EOS M3 in Q3 of 2014?
« on: April 14, 2014, 10:39:42 AM »
If the EOS-M 3 has similar capabilities like the 70D and an optional or built-in view finder, then I'm all in ... I'd probably pick up the 11-22 lens along with the camera.

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Sony Alpha a6000
« on: April 12, 2014, 03:53:27 AM »
I thought I had better add (to avoid confusion) that the poor high iso performance seems limited to the jpeg files
Thanks for posting the images ... I agree about the jpeg files, even the a7/a7R suffers the same issue with jpeg files ... I think it is the in-camera jpeg processing that is screwing up the images in my a7, somehow Sony is not able to work out a good in-camera-processing system for those jpeg files ... but the raw files are great ... so, I suppose a6000 also suffers from the same issue.

yeah it's a pain since my dad has no interest in raw but i've told him to shoot raw and jpg then i can process any shots he likes for him from the raws.

LOL! I had such a hard time from my wife for shooting RAWs (she has no control over posting the pictures, for I have to 'process' them first) until I bought the 5DIII...
I gave up telling my wife and kids to shoot RAW ... coz they kept coming to me with tons of images to be processed, in the begenning I didn't mind but after a while it was getting too much for me to handle ... so I said, screw it, just shoot JPEG

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