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Nov 10, 2022 04:46:42   #
... meanwhile somewhere in Norway Loc: Halden, Norway and Appleton, Wisconsin
 
For me, keeping things simple is exceedingly more effective than being a technocrat, ideologist, bureaucrat, careerist, or functionary, especially when inspiring someone less- skilled. I am more interested in the image results than the gear. I do not think mirror-less cameras add much to the outcome of an image, but more and more the convenience is hard to denigh. I do not care for live view personally, but have owned several Fuji mirror-less cameras with view- finder options, so that is really not a problem. I will buy the mirror-less replacement for the 1DX MK3 when it arrives, but for now the performance is outstanding with my current 1DX line up... especially with the outstanding face/ eye detection (in the view finder), and the mirror up corner- to- corner focus range. I may purchase a new Hasselblad X2D for landscape soon, so hopefully I comes across as someone not biased to a single brand. There is no one- fits- all camera for everyone in my oppinion, and the Nikon/ Canon/ Sony image quality battles have little meaning for me. I do prefer Canons color science, but respect for the resultant image from any brand. More and more, new techno- gear... or the- lack- of can have less meaning if you cosider the latest post prossesing software.

Pixel- quality trumps pixel- count, and many times an over abundance can be a negative. Pixels are only hypothetical math- based estimate of a sensors dimensions, so if a mirror-less or DLSR camera has a superior sensor, then nothing but applause. Gear may make us great, but education and skill can make us greater...

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Nov 10, 2022 06:12:26   #
SkyKing Loc: Thompson Ridge, NY
 
…welcome to the diverse world of the Hog…be sure to go to the bottom of the page and click on “all sections” and join as many as you like…!

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Nov 10, 2022 06:30:37   #
leftj Loc: Texas
 
... meanwhile somewhere in Norway wrote:
For me, keeping things simple is exceedingly more effective than being a technocrat, ideologist, bureaucrat, careerist, or functionary, especially when inspiring someone less- skilled. I am more interested in the image results than the gear. I do not think mirror-less cameras add much to the outcome of an image, but more and more the convenience is hard to denigh. I do not care for live view personally, but have owned several Fuji mirror-less cameras with view- finder options, so that is really not a problem. I will buy the mirror-less replacement for the 1DX MK3 when it arrives, but for now the performance is outstanding with my current 1DX line up... especially with the outstanding face/ eye detection (in the view finder), and the mirror up corner- to- corner focus range. I may purchase a new Hasselblad X2D for landscape soon, so hopefully I comes across as someone not biased to a single brand. There is no one- fits- all camera for everyone in my oppinion, and the Nikon/ Canon/ Sony image quality battles have little meaning for me. I do prefer Canons color science, but respect for the resultant image from any brand. More and more, new techno- gear... or the- lack- of can have less meaning if you cosider the latest post prossesing software.

Pixel- quality trumps pixel- count, and many times an over abundance can be a negative. Pixels are only hypothetical math- based estimate of a sensors dimensions, so if a mirror-less or DLSR camera has a superior sensor, then nothing but applause. Gear may make us great, but education and skill can make us greater...
For me, keeping things simple is exceedingly more ... (show quote)


LOL! You may not come across as anti-mirrorless or pro one brand but you do come across as someone who has $50,000 + to spend on to new Cameras and lenses.

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Nov 10, 2022 07:22:43   #
Vaun's photography Loc: Bonney Lake, WA
 
Welcome to the Hog! Looking forward to seeing your contributions.

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Nov 10, 2022 07:24:38   #
Longshadow Loc: Audubon, PA, United States
 
Welcome to the forum.

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Nov 10, 2022 10:43:02   #
kpmac Loc: Ragley, La
 
Welcome. Post and have fun.

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Nov 11, 2022 07:52:25   #
joehel2 Loc: Cherry Hill, NJ
 
Welcome to the forum.

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Nov 11, 2022 09:41:52   #
jerryc41 Loc: Catskill Mts of NY
 
Welcome to our forum!

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Nov 11, 2022 12:03:44   #
Earnest Botello Loc: Hockley, Texas
 
Welcome to the Forum, enjoy.

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Nov 11, 2022 13:29:12   #
jack schade Loc: La Pine Oregon
 
Welcome to the forum. Looking forward to seeing some of your images.

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Nov 11, 2022 18:30:29   #
PAR4DCR Loc: A Sunny Place
 
Welcome to UHH, glad you joined us. Looking forward to seeing some of your images.

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Nov 12, 2022 09:37:23   #
photophly Loc: Old Bridge NJ
 
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Nov 12, 2022 16:23:49   #
jpgto Loc: East Tennessee, Foot Hills of the Smokies
 
Welcome. Enjoy this amazing forum.

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Nov 13, 2022 00:16:45   #
Vince68 Loc: Wappingers Falls, NY
 
Welcome to UHH.

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Nov 14, 2022 08:39:49   #
Architect1776 Loc: In my mind
 
... meanwhile somewhere in Norway wrote:
For me, keeping things simple is exceedingly more effective than being a technocrat, ideologist, bureaucrat, careerist, or functionary, especially when inspiring someone less- skilled. I am more interested in the image results than the gear. I do not think mirror-less cameras add much to the outcome of an image, but more and more the convenience is hard to denigh. I do not care for live view personally, but have owned several Fuji mirror-less cameras with view- finder options, so that is really not a problem. I will buy the mirror-less replacement for the 1DX MK3 when it arrives, but for now the performance is outstanding with my current 1DX line up... especially with the outstanding face/ eye detection (in the view finder), and the mirror up corner- to- corner focus range. I may purchase a new Hasselblad X2D for landscape soon, so hopefully I comes across as someone not biased to a single brand. There is no one- fits- all camera for everyone in my oppinion, and the Nikon/ Canon/ Sony image quality battles have little meaning for me. I do prefer Canons color science, but respect for the resultant image from any brand. More and more, new techno- gear... or the- lack- of can have less meaning if you cosider the latest post prossesing software.

Pixel- quality trumps pixel- count, and many times an over abundance can be a negative. Pixels are only hypothetical math- based estimate of a sensors dimensions, so if a mirror-less or DLSR camera has a superior sensor, then nothing but applause. Gear may make us great, but education and skill can make us greater...
For me, keeping things simple is exceedingly more ... (show quote)



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