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Feb 18, 2019 14:04:13   #
Any Nikon users interested - free, you pay shipping.
Issues #51-94; Oct 2015 thru Feb 2019, except for a few escapees - #64,89,91,92.
I'll have to pack, weigh and get an estimate from UPS store.
Damn things are heavy 😈😈😈
 
Feb 15, 2019 20:44:17   #
Kmgw9v wrote:
Have you visited a Hardware store lately?


Real hardware stores are fewer and farther between than camera stores 😈
Feb 9, 2019 20:31:42   #
Bill_de wrote:
Of all the subjects I took in grammar and high school math was my favorite, and my best. I must have realized it was going to be the most useful in 'real life'.

But, I never liked the TV show Numbers.

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Is that the one where the alleged mathemetician predicted where and when the crime was about to take place? Stupid premise + (or was it x) bad acting = unwatchable television!
Feb 9, 2019 20:21:16   #
Once all the Mom and Pops get priced out of existence, the Waltons will have the mfrs by the balls and demand lower costs (higher margins) on the road to becoming the ONLY retailer, not just the largest.
Feb 9, 2019 20:08:58   #
Longshadow wrote:
WTH is a buggy interface???


Not too reliable???
Feb 9, 2019 20:06:08   #
If I were forced to pick "the subject", I'd say the tree. 👍
 
Feb 9, 2019 19:54:16   #
speters wrote:
Never heard of him!


That's okay - he never heard of you either.
😈
Feb 6, 2019 13:36:29   #
"What's the best camera for...?"
"The one you have with you."

For the majority of the current population, that would be the cell phone.
Feb 5, 2019 20:03:59   #
tkrojas wrote:
I captured this image at Red Rock Canyon just outside of Las Vegas a few weeks ago, and was thinking about adding some effects and edits using Lightroom? Any thoughts on this?
Thanks


Post as new topic on "Post-processing Digital Images" forum.
You'll get enough suggestions to keep you busy until Spring. ☺
Jan 24, 2019 20:07:45   #
Mi630 wrote:
Does anyone have experience photographing the great sandhill crane migration in Nebraska? I would like to go but need recommendations on where exactly to go and when to go. I also would like to know how close you can get. I have a 7D Mark 2 with 100-400 lens plus a 1.4 ext. hopefully that will get me the reach I need. Also, I suppose, is best time of day to go. Any help and suggestions will be helpful. Thanks


Ooh, ooh, I know this one,Mr Kotter

Search - sandhill cranes Nebraska
Read all night long
Jan 24, 2019 14:19:30   #
toxdoc42 wrote:
Maybe rather than trading photos, we can report how cold it was when you shot. It was 8 F with gusts to 35 mph when I did.


Wind chill around zero or a tad below. Carried everything in and out of the house every 15 minutes or so. Just could'nt keep the fingers warm.
As others have mentioned, except for the weather, same moon same pictures.
 
Jan 22, 2019 15:33:27   #
Took about 50 shots off and on, in and out, until it got just too damned cold.
Only got 4 semi-keepers.








Jan 20, 2019 11:11:21   #
Lot of comments about the slowness. What are we talking about: nanoseconds, milliseconds, entire seconds, minutes? I know I'm getting old, but I don't think I'm short enough to be that concerned yet. 😈😈😈
Jan 19, 2019 15:39:42   #
sailwiz wrote:
Hi I'm new here. I have a question. I own the Lumix FZ 1000 and I use it most everywhere. I have never met with another photographer that owns one. Did I make a mistake? Thanks, Jim


You bought it; you're using it. Are YOU happy with your results?
No one else's opinion matters. 👍👍
Jan 13, 2019 09:35:38   #
MarciaES wrote:
I got this lens about a year ago for a trip to Alaska. I checked it out at Midwest Photo first in Columbus and they had it for $649 + tax. I then got it on Amazon for $649 + no tax and free shipping. Absolutely love the lens (in fact it's on my camera now).


Was the sales tax really a deal breaker, especially since you were already in the store?
Where will you go to check out equipment when they go out of business?
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