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- Wed May 14, 2014 6:00 pm
- Forum: Forum Annnouncements
- Topic: Possible future projects
- Replies: 4
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I have an older Motorala Droid X smartphone that is collecting dust. Has a decent little camera on it for what it is. It's small and light and could easily be shipped around the States/World/Whatever. It's got a good battery and a a MicroSD card in it. I could even included a charger for it. Not sur...
- Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:04 am
- Forum: Forum FAQs/'How to ...'
- Topic: Using Google-Plus images here
- Replies: 6
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I've tried using Google + before with this forum and others. Still have never figured out how. Making them public might work. I'll play around with it later. I only upload certain photos to G+ so I'll see if making them public works a little later.
The A7 is an interesting camera that I have been looking at. It's probably the closest thing to my ultimate camera available right now. But, I will probably hold out a couple more years to see what is coming. My main issue is whether to seek or wait for a small FF system that will accept my Nikon le...
- Wed Apr 02, 2014 12:08 pm
- Forum: Words/No Words
- Topic: First pictures with the Bronica S2A
- Replies: 1
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I understand the technical problems with the camera right now but that aside, these looks pretty good. I like how they turned out. The first one really shows off the lens.
- Wed Apr 02, 2014 12:05 pm
- Forum: Cell Phones and Tablets
- Topic: Snow Lake, WA
- Replies: 5
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Thanks for the replies everyone. Moved from my home in Texas of 40 years to Seattle about 3 years ago. Can never imagine going back at this point mainly due to places like this. When I want, I can take day trips to some of the most beautiful places on earth from Seattle. Not so much from Houston. ;)...
I still have and use my Nikon D700. No reason for me to upgrade right now as it does everything I need very well. I started out with a D80 DX format body and it was frustrating sometimes given I was so accustom to the 35mm format. It just felt different. When I upgraded to the D700, it was a breath ...
One of my favorite quick and fairly easy hikes. 40 minute drive, 1.5 hours hike and then, this! One the main reasons I moved to the NW is for easy access to these types of places. Not bad for my phone's camera. Just adjusted the usual contrast, brightness, vibrance, etc. https://farm4.staticflickr.c...