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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #10331 of 28613
@ Striker. Ok, who told you about RAW first? Me or someone else. Also, you did get a giant memory card for that, right? RAW images are often double or triple that of .jpg's.
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@ Striker. Ok, who told you about RAW first? Me or someone else. Also, you did get a giant memory card for that, right? RAW images are often double or triple that of .jpg's.
my sister like 3 years ago when she got hers and i was picking her brain for a month and yes. i got 2 16 gig SD cards for it when i got it and i have a bunch of smaller ones all around my house

and i have a couple pics i might show you guys later depending on how they look on the lappy but on the 3 inch LCD they look pretty decent actually
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my sister like 3 years ago when she got hers and i was picking her brain for a month and yes. i got 2 16 gig SD cards for it when i got it and i have a bunch of smaller ones all around my house

and i have a couple pics i might show you guys later depending on how they look on the lappy but on the 3 inch LCD they look pretty decent actually
has it not been 24 hours yet,... When are we gonna see naked pictures of your........Rig.
    
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sorry E i didnt have much time to get in that room today.... except to grab tools.

i got some pictures from the dog walk behind my house though
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HA!! Grade School. Not even you actually made a very informed reply. The difference is, I've been using and working on computers since 1984, I've been studying them ever since.
Me too, although perhaps to a lesser extent. The first computer I was exposed to was around the same time. My father had two of these:



I remember entering in the Basic games from Run magazine when I was 3 or 4. I remember writing a program to alphabetize my spelling words (with some help from dad) when I was 5 or so.

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The first computer I upgraded instead of fixed was Mindy's 386DX/40. She had a bookkeeping business when we met. It ran at 16mhz then if you hit the "Turbo" button it ran at 40Mhz. The base system cost her close to $1500-. First thing I added was a Cyrix Math co-processor, later we upgraded from a basic video card, I think it had 16 colors to a VGA card with 256 colors then the really big purchase was a Sound Blaster kit that was the whole length of the case and had a CD drive controller on it that you could actually install DOS games with. We later upgraded from IBM DOS 5.0 to MS DOS 6.1 and installed Windows 3.1!!! I still have 1mb simms, 30 pin simms, 72 pin simms, a WD Caviar 2340 that has a whopping 341.2Mb of storage on it. A Seagate ST3243A drive with an amazing 214Mb on it.
I followed a similar upgrade path with my 386 too. I remember getting a couple of year old 1M Paradise VGA card from my father's company that was $1800 new. I had the same SoundBlaster card in mind. I have fond memories of writing down every used IRQ and DMA channel in the system so that I could set the jumpers on it before I installed it. I added a CD drive not too long after. I still have a bunch on those memory chips too.

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We have many other things, this place is like a Museum of old computer parts.
Do you have one of these:



I threw mine out a few months ago because I needed more room in my home office. I tired to donate it to a computer museum, but nobody wanted it. I should have kept it and case modded it to fit something newer and more than 50MHz. I still all of the 5.25" full-height drives that were in one of the external storage cabinets.
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i thought about that.
But i haven't gotten around to doing much but read the manual and like 40 shots of my Red Knight


first shot worth showing as seen in my work log
I love it! I have had quite a few digital cameras over the years and have only had a few that will let me set the focus variably, if at all. Only one came close to this and it was a Olympus SLR that I um, borrowed, from work for a year or two. It didn't take pictures near as nice as that though.
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I love it! I have had quite a few digital cameras over the years and have only had a few that will let me set the focus variably, if at all. Only one came close to this and it was a Olympus SLR that I um, borrowed, from work for a year or two. It didn't take pictures near as nice as that though.
that really isint that good i need to get the white balance correct and drop the ISO ALLOT. but i LOVE the camera


if you like photography you should TOTALLY invest in a decent DSLR.
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that really isint that good i need to get the white balance correct and drop the ISO ALLOT. but i LOVE the camera


if you like photography you should TOTALLY invest in a decent DSLR.
^This is a true statement.

And yeah Striker, there is one thing I don't think the others have told you just yet, in the options>Settings>Buttons>Timer/FN button, you can change so instead of choosing if you want 10sec delay or remote trigger or w/e you can choose too change the ISO, I find this very very handy
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^This is a true statement.

And yeah Striker, there is one thing I don't think the others have told you just yet, in the options>Settings>Buttons>Timer/FN button, you can change so instead of choosing if you want 10sec delay or remote trigger or w/e you can choose too change the ISO, I find this very very handy
im actually looking at that page in the manual!
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that really isint that good i need to get the white balance correct and drop the ISO ALLOT. but i LOVE the camera


if you like photography you should TOTALLY invest in a decent DSLR.
Minor details. I was looking at saturation, detail and edge clarity/sharpness more than anything else. I've seen quite a few cameras recently that claim to be 10M pixel or better that take grainy shots of surprisingly poor quality.
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