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Mar 07, 2018 00:26 |  #13216

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Thank you guys..... Just another day right... ;)

Does anyone use airtight containers for camera storage?? All mine is currently in camera bags inside/under the bed but I also want to be more organised with finding stuff!!

I have a dry cabinet to store my gears when at home. i find my bags to have dusts and particles in them that would then get attached and inside my gears. it's an expensive route but im happy to have it. for accessories i keep them in two drawers.

ive seen some videos of using containers. it seems to work well by the looks of it and good for under the bed and portability. if you really want to up your game you can get the hard cases like pelican.

has a magnetic glass door that shuts tight like a refrigerator. dont mind the toys, they are in there because ive yet to have a place for them and i dont want to get them dusty heh


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Mar 07, 2018 00:26 |  #13217

mystik610 wrote in post #18579127 (external link)
Sony only. There's no hope for those 'I like everything bigger' dslr guys :lol:

dang meat heads :P




  
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Mar 07, 2018 00:30 |  #13218

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18579467 (external link)
You are a wheeler and dealer :)
My first thought was loose a drone for a camera body, then remembered my Phantom fly-away never to be seen again. So
I lost a drone but no camera body!
Lost a GoPro as well :(
Gaab that is a huge step up from the a6000.

heh? did aliens beamed up your drone?

it flew away into the distance and you couldnt control it??




  
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Mar 07, 2018 00:43 |  #13219

DTBaan wrote in post #18579475 (external link)
heh? did aliens beamed up your drone?

it flew away into the distance and you couldnt control it??

DT, yep control went ape, Phantom flew off into a mountainous distance.
Took another drone and did sweep fly overs and then came home and zoomed in
trying to locate. No luck.
I've since added another smaller drone....Spark...don't trust it either :)
Small sensor in the thing but sometimes it does ok. Who knows, maybe Sony
makes DJI's sensor for the Spark.

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Mar 07, 2018 02:51 |  #13220

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all this steak talk....... buying myself some for dinner, likely going to use cast iron on my outdoor 25000 BTU stove  :p

EDIT: going to have it with asparagus ;-)a

we have a promo over at the local Marriott 25usd for eat all you can steak Sundays lunchtime. guess where I'll be at this Sunday lunchtime?


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Mar 07, 2018 03:00 |  #13221

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Third world diet man. Rice is cheap.

Real talk though vinz.... If rice itself were bad for you, you'd see obesity and diabetes epidemics all over Asia... But that's not the case. The problem is portion size and all the fried and processed foods we eat here vs out there.

Not knocking keto or any other diet though! I think doing anything other than the typical western diet will yield results.

I was 290 pounds and was able to get myself to 180 in 1 year by lifting weights and counting calories. I ate carbs and ice cream and cake in small sizes whenever I craved that's impt. but I made sure to adjust intake for the calories. I am now 210 but happy I'm not counting calories anymore but still lift 2 to 3 times a week and eat whatever. I'm no Adonis but I think I'm overall satisfied.

nutrition is the most impt thing in weight management and getting more muscles on your frame. exercise accounts for a small percentage of your daily calorie expenditure, so you need to raise your metabolism since that accounts for the majority of your TDEE. how do you do that? lift more weights and pack on the muscles. and you need to eat to gain muscle - you can't build a house without wood or nails or cement. photographer speak - we can't make a photo without light


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Mar 07, 2018 03:04 |  #13222

DTBaan wrote in post #18579091 (external link)
rice and noodles is totally asian. its hard to part :P

for me its noodles, i was never a rice guy, fried is good though of course

when i was dieting and my mom would make some noodle soup, id just take the soup and the meat. i'm vietnamese and viet soup base is not too oily so it works.

I love Vietnamese food and Japanese food ..... wait I think I just love food in general. carry on.

seriously though pho is so good as well as the spring rolls


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Mar 07, 2018 03:06 |  #13223

vinmunoz wrote in post #18579092 (external link)
but i'm pretty sure it helps though. My son loss a lot of lbs(about 30lbs) when he started to not eating rice at all and sodas.

soda is a major culprit and since you're Filipino our iced tea is BAD. for the non pinoys, Filipino iced tea is like 90 percent sugar (I exag of course)


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Mar 07, 2018 03:08 |  #13224

LeeRatters wrote in post #18579109 (external link)
I've been trying to get a bit leaner this past year or so - I'm not a big built guy or overweight anyway. I just train twice (sometimes three times) a week & eat healthier...... More protein, chicken, fish/tuna, more veg, rice, potatoes, eggs, grilled/poached cooking, nothing fried/deep fat fried (didn't anyway) less fat, less sugar, less 'treats' ie biscuits, chocolate, etc no cereal/minimal bread, less alcohol/fizzy drinks.....

I say all of that with a bit of pride. Yet, today is my birthday so I've had a few cakes today, got given a load of chocolate & I'm sat here with a cider :lol: :lol:

happy birthday bro!


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Mar 07, 2018 05:52 |  #13225

Multiple shots pixel shifted at different depths then stacked in Zerene Stacker. Sony
Pixel shift does work with flash, flashing at each of the 4 captures for each file. The individual TIFFs
were 241mb in size. Here is the Flickr link where you can click in the middle of the image for a larger
view/shame downsizing this one to 1280 (do we still have to do that?) for the forum :(
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Mar 07, 2018 06:54 |  #13226

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18579539 (external link)
Multiple shots pixel shifted at different depths then stacked in Zerene Stacker. Sony
Pixel shift does work with flash, flashing at each of the 4 captures for each file. The individual TIFFs
were 241mb in size. Here is the Flickr link where you can click in the middle of the image for a larger
view/shame downsizing this one to 1280 (do we still have to do that?) for the forum :(
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Wow, very cool. Was the nest really that square looking in the wild?

I've used flash also when shooting pixel shifted images. I just set the delay between exposures to be sure the flash has recovered to full power again.

Here is the link to your image at full resolution Robert. I think this is what you wanted to post above.

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Glad your stacking worked out for you. That must have bogged down your computer somewhat too to deal with so many high resolution images.


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Mar 07, 2018 07:07 |  #13227

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Don't mention filters please...... Done the right thing and ordered some Hitech stuff from a local shop mail order. If it's not in stock, 2-3 days availability. I'm now into week three.......


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Mar 07, 2018 07:20 |  #13228

I set down my RX10 IV for a moment and picked up my A7r2 and snapped a few location photos for Sydney! I was playing with harsh sunlight using off camera flash with a softbox for fun!


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Mar 07, 2018 07:23 |  #13229

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Wow, very cool. Was the nest really that square looking in the wild?

I've used flash also when shooting pixel shifted images. I just set the delay between exposures to be sure the flash has recovered to full power again.

Here is the link to your image at full resolution Robert. I think this is what you wanted to post above.

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Glad your stacking worked out for you. That must have bogged down your computer somewhat too to deal with so many high resolution images.

Wish I knew how to link to the full bore like you did.
My rig is 32gb RAM, a few i7's do well too, so no bog down to speak of. The only slow down was the 'masking'/processing the Pmax/Dmap images in Zerene.
It could have been better, just practice for a bug later in the season (pouring snow as I type at 0818).
Speaking of PC's. I'd do CyberPower again and a gaming PC like this one, no complaints from me but the 512bgb ssd well I wish it were twice as big.


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Mar 07, 2018 07:26 as a reply to  @ MedicineMan4040's post |  #13230

Gene. Square nest.
I have 8 nesting boxes out back. They are square.
I was 'cleaning' the boxes from last year yesterday getting
ready for what might come.
Also relocated the hawk tower....that's a chore. Moved some Bluebird
houses, moved the bee hive....all in an hour :) then walked three miles.


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