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danijel973

danijel973

Lives in Croatia (Hrvatska) Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)
Works as a IT manager
Has a website at http://www.danijel.org/
Joined on Apr 23, 2012

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  • Yeah, the wallpaper that came up with a fresh installation of XP, and I usually immediately replaced it with one of my own at first boot.

  • I am thoroughly impressed.

  • April 1st, the day *not* to look at news.

  • The annoying thing for me is, I actually use the old lenses, but not because of the "lomo look" or whatever, I use them because if you do it properly, they can give a modern super-lens a run for...

  • So basically the point us to use the latest sensor technology and optics that were second class in the time of their making in order to produce a look of a Minolta X-700 with a cheap Vivitar zoom...

  • So basically the point is to use the latest sensor technology and optics that were second class in the time of their making in order to produce a look of a Minolta X-700 with a cheap Vivitar zoom...

  • It is. :) The developer who wrote the virtual machine called it after the village of his ancestors.
  • That's not a problem with Android, because the applications are downloaded as Java and then compiled to Dalvik executable (a virtual machine), so the code never actually runs on the CPU, it runs ...
  • It's good enough as it is, for what it is. I couldn't realistically hope for it to replace any of my "proper" cameras, and the photos from current smartphones are quite usable in a pinch. If I ...
  • Commented on Nikon Df preview

    Designing a "retro" camera and then building in a fully digital rear side is tacky to the limit. If people are so nostalgic about film cameras, they should have a camera that doesn't permit...

  • Of course I tried one, I own one. It's just not good for this task.

  • Of course I tried one, I own one. It's just not good for this task.
    And yeah, you are really good at having baseless opinions.

  • Exactly; but for the stuff like that, a smartphone is a better choice because you're more likely to have it with you when you take pictures and it's less clumsy to carry around.

  • It doesn't make much sense to use an iPad for image processing. It's underpowered for the task and most apps are cloud-centric, which is just bad for large files. I prefer a laptop with Lightroom.

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