You know news in the camera world is scarce when Rube Goldberg shows up...
rfischer(a)sonic.net (Ray Fischer) wrote in news:4c580468$0$1677 $742ec2ed(a)news.sonic.net: RichA <rander3127(a)gmail.com> wrote: http://dpreview.com/news/1007/10072901sinarpslrsystem.asp Yes, you prefer your cameras to be cheap and simple. and with all the baggage associated with cheap and simple. ... 4 Aug 2010 03:51
Rabid, insane Brit cops continue in their efforts....
....to justify their existence in the face of 25-40% departmental budget cuts. Hilarious! http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/news/Photographer_forced_to_delete_images_news_300635.html ... 7 Aug 2010 12:34
Who says Chinese mfg. has hurt camera quality?
EVERYONE! Olympus used to be as solid as a rock when it came to camera reliability. You rarely ever heard of any kind of failure. http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1041&message=35954856 ... 7 Aug 2010 21:15
Is there any chance of recovering images from a formattedmemory card?
On Tue, 03 Aug 2010 18:28:07 -0400, Scotius wrote: I've recovered "deleted" images on my computer before. Windows doesn't really "delete" anything on it's own. My Nikon D3000 has a 2 Gig memory card in it, and I just formatted it a little while ago, without making sure that all the images of a family ... 3 Aug 2010 21:20
Is there any chance of recovering images from a formatted memory card?
I've recovered "deleted" images on my computer before. Windows doesn't really "delete" anything on it's own. My Nikon D3000 has a 2 Gig memory card in it, and I just formatted it a little while ago, without making sure that all the images of a family reunion had transferred to the computer before doing so (last... 4 Aug 2010 04:55
SX120 as point and shoot
I was actually considering a subject line: "SX120 vs G11" but that may have sounded a bit provocative. <g> Actually, it's not. I need something roughly that size (so the SX20 is out). I've gone through specs for both the SX20 and the G11. G11 looks more pro, and has some nice features but I don't think I'd use mos... 6 Aug 2010 23:39
All image stabilization created equal?
I've noticed that most Canon cameras use their "Digic 4" processor. Presumably that is powering their image stabilization. If so, it seems logical that the IS in all their digital cameras would be equally effective (or ineffective, as the case may be). Does anyone know more about this? Any other brands have more... 4 Aug 2010 14:42
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1299938/Extreme-close-ups-creepy-crawlies-infest-homes.html ... 3 Aug 2010 19:09
I was recently at an all-around outdoors store, and the proprietortold me that some people use spotting scopes...
rwalker wrote: On Tue, 03 Aug 2010 00:01:53 -0400, Scotius <yodasbud(a)mnsi.net> wrote: So anyway, all this got me thinking; would it be possible to adapt half of a binocular using an adapter ring to an SLR, etc? Binoculars are rather cheap (and so are spotting scopes) in comparison to higher en... 3 Aug 2010 15:51
Whither high resolution Digital Images?
About two years ago, I took a straw poll of members in this NG. I asked something like, "What do you do (%-wise) with your digital images"? E-Mail to friends and family. Post to Photo Websites for friends and family to share at their convenience. Archive to look at later on your computer. Make 4x6 prints to send ... 4 Aug 2010 14:42