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Think Tank Photo Racing Harness, Pro belts, covers.
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All items are Think Tank Photo. Price...
Thought a few people might be interested in this. LX100 "on tour" at Panasonic stores and a few other camera shops over next few weeks.
I want to see the image title and description in the photostream.
Yes this is one of the worst changes. Not just for one's own photostream but when browsing others - the title and description are an important part of it.
The new layout is flickr for the low attention span generation that...
I'm quite suprised at that. Where are you based ? Here in the UK we've had 6x4.5, 8x6, 12x9 and so on for a number of years now. This matches most compact camera formats too. Have you tried the mass-market printers or just "pro" suppliers ?
You will find people's stance on this divides into two categories:
1) my "right" to violate other people's space and privacy does NOT overide their right to be left alone
2) my "right" to get into other people's faces and space and disregard their privacy DOES override their right to be...
I have a Manfrotto 190xpro which is fairly solid but the best feature is the horizontal column
On my Pana G1 I get a near-enough true to life/scene I'm shooting on the LCD which then translates near-enough onto my computer which then again looks as I expect in print.
When I had a GH2, despite whatever tweaking, the LCD image always had a nasty grey-green cast over it, which was not...
If the colour is off on the LCD it will be unusable for me. I had a GH2 for a while and found it impossible - it had a nasty grey/green hue to it and you could never tell what you'd be ending up with. I don't understand why the manufacturers don't make sure that the LCD is reasonably accurate...
I don't have the EPL5 at the moment, and the all reviews about the inaccurate colour on the LCD is the only thing putting me off.
Do you find that "what you see is what you get" and can you adjust white balance for a scene by eye ? I can do this very easily on the Pana G1, the colours reproduce...
Is it possible to change the colour balance on the LCD monitor on the EPL5 ? It is one thing that reviews say quite often - that it does give not a good representation, but without saying whether it adjustable to make it more true to life.
An example. This was taken from my car - parked next to a field where I'd spotted a group of birds. I just sat and waited with camera pointing out of the window until they came close enough.
This one was maybe 20ft away.The vehicle didn't seem to bother them at all.
EXIF details: ISO 400...
One thing to bear in mind is that a lot of bird shots you see posted are set-up in some way. That is from a hide of some sort, waiting in a hidden place and using pre-placed perches with a food source nearby. Trying to get a decent picture (of small shy birds in particular) just by wandering...
Have a look through this thread.
I'd say it makes the case for the 7-14, you get that extra "wow" factor.
Would it be an option to buy the 7-14 second hand and then sell again if you didn't want to keep it ? Any...
It depends on the photographer. I am not "offended" by any camera, but then to me a camera is a hobby or interest, and I am interested in other gear too. For some it is all about status and point scoring, to prove that they are a bigger man than everyone else, and those are the ones that get so...
I have had several legacy lenses and ended up keeping the Minolta 50mm 1.4, Minolta 50mm 1.7 and Fuji 55mm 1.8. These are not necessarily "the best" but they work well for me.
It is perhaps worth experimenting, buying and sell secondhand you will not lose out much and then you'll know which...
It is spelt out quite clearly on the RM website:
CS - HSB046 - Tell me about Prohibited Goods - 3rd DC | Royal Mail Ltd
Within the UK Li-ion are completely prohibited for personal customers and restricted for business
CS - Business - HSB046 - Tell me about Prohibited Goods - 3rd DC |...
The robin photo is very good. I use the 100-300 a lot and the long end sharpens up significantly at 6.3/7.1 compared to 5.6.
Would be interested to see comparison shots, off a tripod, fixed target and cropped to match of the 75mm vs 300mm
This is slightly misleading. The focal length of the lens is an actual physical property - nothing to do with the format. A 45mm lens is marked as such because that is what it is.
Yes, this is correct. The crop factor is about the equivalent field of view.
Yes for pictures where the whole point is to show a level of detail that we'd normally not see, then sharpness is crucial.
As a more general point, other factors like camera shake, wrong focus and wrong shutter speed are much more common in taking the edge off a "sharp" picture.
I had the 20mm for ages until getting a 14mm that was going cheap, and found was using it much more than the 20. Shortly after got the 25mm which also works well for me so 20mm got sold.
Am happily settled now with 14 and 25 combo.
Mass market electronics, big markup at launch, latest and greatest just round the corner ... price drops. In some ways I prefer this to the Oly strategy which seems to be artificially keeping things inflated and hard to get hold of.
With Panasonic I can pay my £££ to be an early adopter or...
I'd like to get one of these, but have a query on the video.
Ordering into the UK from the US the camera will be the 30/60 fps version (compared to 25/50 for Europe). Does this mean the video will not play back here in England, on our TV equipment, or just that it doesn't meet broadcast...
Buy & Sell Listing - Want to SellSelling</br> Olympus compatible BLS 1 battery inov8
</br>Prices</br> Two available at £10 each. See description for shipping costs
</br>Ships to</br> Worldwide
</br>Description</br> These were bought to use as back-ups for an...