Before I get into the nitty gritty, I think it's important to state the following: Photography is about the end result and not about gear, numbers or other attributes. You don't need equivalents to take good photos. -OPEN FILMMAKER Bogus … [Continue reading] about Full-frame equivalents from a MFT/M43 user
My desktop has both USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, along with an SD Card Reader. Recently while transferring several Gigabytes of data, I noticed the SD Card was transferring around 8 MB/s (that's "B" as in Bytes). First I was a bit shocked. Had I been … [Continue reading] about Slow USB Transfer Speeds on SD Card/Reader
I came across a common problem among photographers: lack of storage space. With RAW images at 20MB/file, my hard drive is filling up quickly. I came up with a plan to filter images directly on the SD Card before I copy to the local machine. Since … [Continue reading] about Sample Windows batch script to copy JPGs, RW2s, and MP4s from SD Card to local computer.
I just got the Oshiro 60mm on Amazon for my Panasonic Lumix G7 (Micro Four Thirds). I'm using it with a Fotasy adapter. There's no stabilization in the lens so it's something to be aware of. In terms of the macro shots - all I can say is WOW!! It's … [Continue reading] about First look at Oshiro 60mm Macro Lens on Panasonic Lumix G7
I was able to get my hands on this lens and let me tell you - it's fantastic! This lens is great for low-light shots and combined with the speedbooster, you get an extra stop of light. With f/1.8, it lives up to its expectations! The additional stop … [Continue reading] about Sigma 18 – 35 f/1.8 on the Panasonic Lumix G7