On Friday, 16 December 2016 14:56:49 UTC, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
She was the assistant employed to set everything up, she did not own a ?
?10k flashgun or the hassblad with the digitsal back or the rack and pini
on focusing system.
When Lewis Hamilton drives in F1 races he doesn't use his own car either, h
e uses the best car avaible to him, he doesn't change his own tyres either.
On Monday, 19 December 2016 16:58:45 UTC, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
He moved to Mercedes recently they give him their 'prime' car to drive t
hey want him to do well so give him mthe car for free to drive even paying
Just like they did wiuth my friend when takign photos of jewlery they suppl
ied the 'prime' equipment.
well there was a bloke that built them or restored them in his garafge it w
as on top gear a while ago. But I dontl think F1 are legally allowed to dri
ve on UK street roads so while an F1 car might be considered the 'prime' ca
r for racing it's not the 'prime' car for taking to the shops.
No it didn't exist then, it doesn't really exist yet it's just a concept ca
But I have a software version on my ipad as I was racing with last night.
Great. I'll look forward to seeing that Ferrari in next year's F1, then.
You remember I said you had the memory of a goldfish? On reflection, you
wouldn't. Add to that the power of logic of a goldfish. You probably
expect the captain of a BA flight to drive a Boeing car.
*Confession is good for the soul, but bad for your career.
Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW
On Tuesday, 20 December 2016 14:20:59 UTC, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
I doubt that it's not a formula 1 car.
Didn't think boeing made cars.
As with cameras and lenes and most products inteligent people can judge what is best for them and not everyone buys there LEDs from ebay, if yours are faulty why not send them back under warrenty they couldn't have used their 50k hours life surely.
On Thursday, 15 December 2016 16:52:52 UTC, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
And ideal for many photgraphers who use them.
No you use the best quality lens for the job.
What are the controlled conditions when you photgraphing wildlife ?
You're an idiot if you think that only snapshot shooters use zooms.
Well you were an idiot long before you come up with that idea.
and is almost disposable.
If you want a disposable camera, then Fuji still make them, loaded with
a 24 frame C41 film. Lens quality dubious.
Some of the worlds most famous photos were taken with cameras that
had a fixed focal length lens and these have never been improved
by fancy modern cameras with computer-designed zoom lenses.
why are you comparing lemons with bananas ??. A fish eye lens is
expensive and has a protruding front element; of *course* the
lens cap is not cheap. It's a specialised lens that few people
have a need for, apart from gimmicky distorted photos. Only
security cameras have a need for ultra-wide angle lenses.
try telling us that a zoom lens that goes from telephoto down to
fish eye (probably mathematically impossible) is as good as
a prime 200mm lens and a 'prime' fish eye.
You won't make many friends there IMHO. My Pentax A series
200mm macro lens is as good as anything that Leica made.
Err, Everywhere that genuine photographers inhabit.
On Thursday, 15 December 2016 12:11:15 UTC, Andrew wrote:
When people constantly lie about what's been said previous then I keep the thread whole rather than keep going back to past threads.
Does your computer lack the facility to hid the previously quoted text ?
because I don't see the text unless I choose too.
On mine it says show
- show quoted text -
when I click on the greyed out text the full text is show I thne have the option to
- hide quoted text -
I suggest you get a newsreader that doesn't rely on slate or parchment paper.
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