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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Back in the theater October 20, 2020
    .Hi, Sig ! Very good sets that also will identify itself as 'a certain era's' photos in years to come. Masks certainly made signature presences in all of our activities with good reason.I love the pastel colour palette of the costumes against the dark background. What's the name of the performance they are dancing to, […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Back in the theater October 20, 2020
    Yes, breathing through masks makes the dancing a little harder. For those of us who have experience dancing in roles that require wearing things like Mouse King and Nutcracker heads, it's business as usual. But now it seems the other dancers have acquired some empathy for us, having to deal with the breathing restrictions first […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Back in the theater October 19, 2020
    Sig,I agree with Valery. They are interesting shots with the masks on the subjects.Once I get past the mask, I see beautifully captured poses. SuryStatistics: Posted by sury — Mon Oct 19, 2020 8:40 am
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Back in the theater October 19, 2020
    Yeah ... Masked dancers! This is certainly something extraordinary. How do they manage to breathe like that, and even dance? When will it all end with the virus ... The pictures are certainly interesting.Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:41 am
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Back in the theater October 18, 2020
    Hi All!It was nice to be back in the theater yesterday, albeit with masks and a "virtual" audience. I was running one of the video cameras for the broadcast, but I managed to get a couple of photos during the rehearsal, and a few more during the actual performance. The dancers wore their masks for […]
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Alpha 900/850 Firmware Upgrade

A firmware upgrade that refines shooting responses and creative options for the α900 and α850 35mm full-frame DSLR cameras has been released by Sony. All new and existing customers are advised to install the upgrade, available to download from the ‘Support’ area of the Sony web site.

Autofocus is quicker and more responsive than ever, . . . → Read More: Alpha 900/850 Firmware Upgrade

Alpha 850 official press release

Sony has announced the Alpha 850 today, without a press conference, but via email to editors. The press release follows, confirming pretty much everything we have already been able to reveal about the 850. One exception – it does have dual BIONZ processor, not single, just a slower image throughput perhaps due to clock speed, . . . → Read More: Alpha 850 official press release

Alpha 850 – 24 megapixel 3fps in 900 body

Sony’s new Alpha 850 will be identical to the Alpha 900 in size, handling and external design – including the omission of onboard flash. The camera, expected to be launched before September, uses the same 24.6 megapixel CMOS sensor as the Alpha 900 but has – it is rumoured – only a single BIONZ processor, . . . → Read More: Alpha 850 – 24 megapixel 3fps in 900 body