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  1. Some shots from a very arduous and challenging hike/scramble above Makapuu on the East end of Oahu, Hawaii. Taken in October but uploaded in December Manana and Kaohikaipu Islands in the Pacific Ocean seen from ridge top above Makapuu, East Oahu, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA - Image ID: 2DP5FF4 Mature Caucasian man looking towards Manana and Kaohikaipu Island
  2. I have built my last three computers for Windows XP, 7 and now 10 (64 bit). I find the hardest part of assembling a new computer is sorting through the thousands of hardware choices. What chipset? what CPU at what speed? what motherboard? what hard-drives/SSD? what power supply? what case to fit it all into? Funny thing with technology I've had to relearn the hardware standards (State of the Art) for each new build. Once all the components are chosen the actual assembly/build of the computer is pretty straight forward and simple. But be warned once you start down this path you may
  3. Maybe a good ideal to backup/archive on various media such as BluRay. For long term archive I use Verbatim M-Disk BD-R 100GB disk. Also if your backup is at the same location as the original data then it's not backed up.... David L. Moore
  4. Not uncommon for OIS lenses to make noise even when off. My copy of the FUJIFILM XF 50-140mm f/2.8 is packed away and out of reach so I can't confirm I get the same sound but as long as the images are good I would not worry about it. Hope this helps, David L. Moore
  5. Paulette, Thank you for the video link. I really enjoy workshops and critiques and I had plans on attending a workshop at the Santa Fe Workshops this year.... I did a workshop at SFW a couple years ago and one back in the mid 90's. It is hard to find photography workshops tailored for the working professional photographer but they have them, plus Santa Fe is an amazing location. As Stephen Covey says, You have to sharpen your saw...
  6. Ok, interesting. Wondering if it was just the way I used the camera?
  7. No, not a big difference. Wish I had kept my X-T2's.
  8. I found such a great improvement in responsiveness when I switched from the X-T1 to the X-T2. With the X-T1 I could not count on capturing the decisive moment as it had a terrible slow response to a shutter press. I learned to work around it and the X-T1 was a great camera for it's time but when I got my hands on the X-T2 I was so HAPPY that my eye, shutter finger and camera were in sync. Do you see the same difference between the X-T1 and X-T2 that I experienced ?
  9. Anyone going to enter the Photo Oxford 2020 contest? 3 years of 100% Alamy commission is enticing. I could not find anything on their website about rights transfer...?
  10. Everyone has their own favorite camera, camera brand. No you do not need a full frame camera! For my stock photography I use a APS-C "crop-sensor" Fujifilm X-T3 camera. I would recommend that you look at Fujifilm as they have several models and good glass to put on them. When looking for a new system/brand to adopt the quality and selection of their lens can be more important than the camera body. Hope this helps,
  11. I really miss 4-wheeling as we call it. Knowing where the four points of contact are (where the rubber hits the road, dirt, rock), picking your route and the ability to reverse for 1/4 mile with no margin for error, such fun. Always carried pioneer tools and a come-along, because if you didn't get stuck your weren't testing your limits. I learned from my father who had me lock and unlock the manual locking hubs of our 1960's Toyota Landcruiser. Unfortunately the only "4-wheeling" I do now is when I drive on a dirt parking lot...😆
  12. I saw that, can't believe it's not a square format! The Hasselblad website has a stylish video showing a well off older man (they know their target market) using the camera. I searched the web site but the sensor size was no where to be found.... now I know why. I love the concept of the 907X 50C but it was a swing and a miss as far as I'm concerned. Hopefully someone will release a 6cm x 6cm back but unfortunately Hasselblad is now owned by the Chinese DJI corp so most likely they are not getting my money anyway.
  13. WOW, That is one SWEET ride! Looks vary capable!
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