Definitely not a joke.
Placed 23rd in the challenge.
It's good to know Ricoh's putting quality control over getting a new product out for sales as quick as possible.....
For $385, you can go on the black market and buy an actual arm.
As a host who's running out of ideas for themes, I appreciate this challenge very much. Will be picking a few of these themes for upcoming challenges. :)
*Knock knock knock* Rishi,*Knock knock knock* Rishi,*Knock knock knock* Rishi,
ISO could reach up to 400,000 on any camera if the manufacturer put that setting there.
Placed 34th in the challenge.
I agree completely. For hosts, it is probably the most annoying thing to see in a challenge, since it is very easy to spot, but there is no way of knowing who the sandbagger is, and no way of...
Placed 16th in the challenge. The Milky Way passing through the summer triangle. Vega, Deneb & Altair form the vertices of the triangle.
Could be very interesting then since these are front mount converters...... I'd be amazed if a 16mm F/1.1 could produce usable images, given that even 24mm F/1.4 lenses aren't great wide open.
So, does the 28mm F/2 with the fisheye converter turn it into a 16mm F/1.1? Or is the converter designed so it stays at f/2?
"with my small experience I believe that FF will offer me, greater image quality".No. It will offer you more ways to take a low quality image.
"with my small experience I believe that FF will offer me, greater image quality".
No. It will offer you more ways to take a low quality image.
Other everyday occurrences such as sunlight or clouds do not apply to this challenge either.
Nature encompasses a massive variety of subjects, but please try not to be too vague or broad with the term nature; large-scale natural influences such as gravity on man-made things or air...
The key word here being "rumor".
16-3200mm f/0.95: "Meh."28-30mm f/8-16 Pro: "OMG that sounds like an incredible lens!" :D
16-3200mm f/0.95: "Meh."
28-30mm f/8-16 Pro: "OMG that sounds like an incredible lens!" :D
Buy a Canon, you won't know the difference.
Placed 49th in the challenge. The Milky Way passing through the Summer Triangle. Vega, Deneb & Altair form the vertices of the triangle.