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What PC upgrades are you looking for?

 

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That said I'm off to tear my Auto Cosinon 35mm f/2.8, I can just about spot some cleaning marks and some fungus. Damn these pesky previous owners.

   
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That said I'm off to tear my Auto Cosinon 35mm f/2.8, I can just about spot some cleaning marks and some fungus. Damn these pesky previous owners.

That's one thing I'm paranoid about with buying used lenses now. A bit of dust or dirt, fine, the lens is still perfectly usable, but with fungus there's always the possibility that it is still active and grow more. Then on top of that add the possibility that spores may spread the fungus to other lenses or even the camera itself. I've read that its pretty unlikely, and there are spores all around anyway, but personally that's a risk I wouldn't like to take.

I got my 70-200 with a little patch of fungus on the front element, which the seller completely failed to mention. I decided to keep it and send it in for repair though as I got it very cheap anyway, this might be the reason, I don't know. That was about a year ago now and touch wood the lens has been fine ever since.

Every lens I've bought used since then I've always inspected thoroughly with a torch as soon as it came, any fungus and they're straight off back to the seller as its something I will specifically ask about now. It's not a risk I want to take now I have more expensive lenses. A bit of fungus and that £700 lens is now worth a fraction of that, on top of the above concerns.

E: ION I cleaned my sensors today biggrin.gif No more dust... well maybe a tiny bit remaining at f/22, but good enough for me thumb.gif
     
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I've returned all lens so far that had fungus and weren't advertised as so.

 

This Auto Cosinon was £25 shipped and is some 45 years old, so I was expecting some degree of imperfection.

 

It's an awesome little lens anyway so I'm not fussed at all.

 

My more expensive glass (anything autofocus and the Zeiss 135mm, basically) I like in perfect condition.

   
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What PC upgrades are you looking for?

Well I actually already got it, a 980 Ti. Not looking for anything else at the moment.
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Well I actually already got it, a 980 Ti. Not looking for anything else at the moment.

You know you want water cooling gear to go with that wink.gif

I can't interest you in an 800GB Intel 750 PCIE SSD, the EK waterblock for said SSD both brand new in box?

I also have some 64GB 2133MHz DDR3, 64GB 2800MHz DDR4, 32GB 2800MHz DDR4 memory kits. The 32GB are also BNIB. Some 480GB intel 730 SSDs, Lepa 1600W PSUs, Platimax 1350W PSU. Tons of fans. 200mm, 140mm noiseblockers, 140mm cougars, mayhems dyes, tons of EK and bitspower fittings most new, some used. Lots of aquacomputer stuff. A corsair h110 bnib too.

I am about done with all of my builds for a while. Well, I do have a couple of CL cases coming at some point but there are no additional major components going in.

I have the 24mm rokinon for astrophotography, but the 35mm you have would be a better multipurpose lens to carry out to dark sky places.
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You know you want water cooling gear to go with that wink.gif

I can't interest you in an 800GB Intel 750 PCIE SSD, the EK waterblock for said SSD both brand new in box?

I also have some 64GB 2133MHz DDR3, 64GB 2800MHz DDR4, 32GB 2800MHz DDR4 memory kits. The 32GB are also BNIB. Some 480GB intel 730 SSDs, Lepa 1600W PSUs, Platimax 1350W PSU. Tons of fans. 200mm, 140mm noiseblockers, 140mm cougars, mayhems dyes, tons of EK and bitspower fittings most new, some used. Lots of aquacomputer stuff. A corsair h110 bnib too.

I am about done with all of my builds for a while. Well, I do have a couple of CL cases coming at some point but there are no additional major components going in.

I have the 24mm rokinon for astrophotography, but the 35mm you have would be a better multipurpose lens to carry out to dark sky places.

Tempting, but I have to pass! Lots of good hardware you have. I actually had to make a choice (mostly because of the wife tongue.gif): get a new GPU plus possibly a new mobo, CPU, and RAM, or a new GPU and a new pistol. I went with the second option. Now I'm one EVGA 980Ti FTW and one Beretta PX4 Storm .45 ACP richer. thumb.gif What I'm trying to say is I really need the cash. Thanks for the offer though. If you can swing it, I might drop the price a bit. PM me if interested.
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Tempting, but I have to pass! Lots of good hardware you have. I actually had to make a choice (mostly because of the wife tongue.gif): get a new GPU plus possibly a new mobo, CPU, and RAM, or a new GPU and a new pistol. I went with the second option. Now I'm one EVGA 980Ti FTW and one Beretta PX4 Storm .45 ACP richer. thumb.gif What I'm trying to say is I really need the cash. Thanks for the offer though. If you can swing it, I might drop the price a bit. PM me if interested.

I feel you brother. Good call on the Beretta .45 though.

I am straight outta lowcash for a little bit. In the last month I have bought four lenses. 24mm rokinon f1.4, 150mm sigma f2.8 macro, 24-70mm canon f2.8L, and the 100-400mm canon big guy.

Monday night is the new moon so Tuesday morning at 0300 I am going to try and get some good Milky Way shots.

I ordered a cool focusing tool for astrophotography. Creates a starburst diffraction pattern on a bright star. The central peaks will be to the left or right of the star's center when out of focus. The peaks will be right on the middle top and bottom when focused. I will just use live view to focus. Turn it off and use my shutter release.

I don't yet have that so I will probably setup my 11" video monitor on live view for focusing manually. I hope it works. If it doesn't I will learn why and try again next month. I should have it well figured out by December/January when the lack of humidity in the air will give me even better shots from dark sky locations.
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I feel you brother. Good call on the Beretta .45 though.

I am straight outta lowcash for a little bit. In the last month I have bought four lenses. 24mm rokinon f1.4, 150mm sigma f2.8 macro, 24-70mm canon f2.8L, and the 100-400mm canon big guy.

Monday night is the new moon so Tuesday morning at 0300 I am going to try and get some good Milky Way shots.

I ordered a cool focusing tool for astrophotography. Creates a starburst diffraction pattern on a bright star. The central peaks will be to the left or right of the star's center when out of focus. The peaks will be right on the middle top and bottom when focused. I will just use live view to focus. Turn it off and use my shutter release.

I don't yet have that so I will probably setup my 11" video monitor on live view for focusing manually. I hope it works. If it doesn't I will learn why and try again next month. I should have it well figured out by December/January when the lack of humidity in the air will give me even better shots from dark sky locations.

I love the Canon 24-70, such a great workhorse lens. What body are you using? Are you using a startracker? Wish I still had the drive to shoot more, hence why I'm selling everything I have in my sig.
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I wish I had a star tracker. I'm carrying the 5Dmk3 daily with the 24-70 on it. I use the 6D for shooting the skies. Color reproduction seems better, good low light performance. The 5D3 is better at focusing situations. I have a 60D for a third body.
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Doubt you can jump into a $60/hr job easily straight out of school. Unless ofc you start your own thing, with all the risks involved.

Get the $25/hr job ($50K/y) and work you way up. Having a steady job is a big asset to negotiate up from, instead of waiting for the "perfect" opportunity.
If something better comes up, use it as leverage to bump your wage on either side. Never walk out without asking if the current employer can sweeten the deal for you to stay (unless ofc you are sick of it/him/her).

If you are young and ambitious, "do your own thing" in your spare time (i.e. work 2 jobs, one for yourself, while having something to fall back to).

This is how most photographers do it really biggrin.gif

Well, I doubt I would get a $60 an hour job under someone too lol. Right now my fee is roughly $60-100 an hour depending on the jobs I do around here in Boca for PC work, but this is with me just doing things on my own. It isn't a 9-5, just a few jobs a week here and there. I also compensate by doing some photo work here and there as well as writing SSD storage reviews. My friend and I also do car work and tuning, but that is mostly him. Getting a full time job is going to be a sigh of relief or I am going to over burden myself with it plus the work I do now lol.   

 

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With any sysadmin type jobs you will get sucked into your work whether your like it or not. Depending on the size you won't just be a sysadmin, but do it all type of guy.

If it's a plugged into the wall then people assume you can fix it. Though it paves the way for more specialized IT/IS fields that can pay pretty well. Especially if the company will pay you to get certs.

Yeah, I am hoping to get started in the next few months and get my certs paid for by them as well. If not, I can always pay for them if needed since I still live at home. I wouldn't mind being a do it all type of guy, tho it can be tiring at times having to battle problems at different ends of the spectrum. Specializing in storage systems deployment or something like that would be my dream.   

 

 

BTW, anyone get some good shots this 4th? I was in Miami and saw 4 different fireworks clusters from where I was, but forgot my tripod. :( I took this shot of the port tho: 


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