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I decided recently to bring my old Olympus E-510 (my first DSLR) and 14-54 F/2.8 lens out of retirement to see how it stood up to my Sony Alpha A-57 with standard 18-55 kit lens and my Canon 550D with standard 18-55 STM kit lens. I haven't quite mastered posting pictures but the results surprised […]
sury wrote:Oh, wow. I did not know those things go way back to what? 70s?SuryNo, some snowmobile from 1954... (by click on the picture - more snowmobiles).This model is the first front engine "Polaris" 1960~62. Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Fri May 29, 2015 6:45 am
JB, Jeff, Thank you for your kind words.JB, I see what you meant by blurring the foreground. It was not intentional. Where I was standing, the mostlogical place was to focus on the second one and that caused the foreground blur. Good observation. Somethingto keep in mind. Also, did you forget to attach an image […]
Paul Genge, former Konica Minolta and Sony technical expert, presents a half hour from his new Cameradiner studio reviewing the full-frame HD video NEX E-mount camcorder, the VG-900E. . . . → Read More: Cameradiner NEX VG-900E video review