[amazonify]B003NOGNPQ:right[/amazonify][amazonify]B000XJ5TPE:right[/amazonify]Last night I watched In The Shadow Of The Moon, with some of the surviving astronauts, telling, in their own words, what the Apollo program and moon landings were like, interspersed with tons of footage of the events themselves. It… Continue Reading →
Moving on to a different camera, so want to sell my wonderful 40D. Includes extra batteries (4 total!), a handy hand strap, original box, all cables, cards, discs, etc. $700+shipping. contact bit_kahuna AT yahoo DOT com if interested! thanks.
I thought this article was very interesting and although my DSLR (40D) isn’t full frame, I still think I can apply some of what it shows… (in a nutshell, don’t use f/4 for landscapes!): http://www.gdanmitchell.com/2007/04/12/sharpness-and-aperture-selection-on-full-frame-dslrs
[amazonify]B000V5P90K:right:product:thehigginswebsit[/amazonify]I’ve had my Canon 40D digital SLR camera now for a few months and really like it. Some photographers are very much into the computer editing of photo, but I’d rather get usable or near usable images right out of… Continue Reading →
[amazonify]B0013DCOZC:right:product:thehigginswebsit[/amazonify]It’s not an SLR, but it’s got a decent sensor, an excellent lens, and so it takes great pictures. Carl Rytterfalk’s initial impressions are available here. You can click on his small samples there to see full size versions. Beautiful… Continue Reading →
[amazonify]B000V5P90K:right:product:thehigginswebsit[/amazonify]I recently bought a Canon 40D digital SLR camera. “SLR” stands for single lens reflex and basically means you can change lenses. SLRs are also more robustly made and definitely don’t fit in a pocket like regular ‘point and shoot’… Continue Reading →