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Theodoros

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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #140 on: December 01, 2014, 05:52:12 pm »

Oh! That's quite high! ...let's see if competition forces even higher!
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« Reply #141 on: December 01, 2014, 05:55:25 pm »

Oh! That's quite high! ...let's see if competition forces even higher!

Theo - you feel trapped?  :)

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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #142 on: December 01, 2014, 06:09:47 pm »

Theo - you feel trapped?  :)

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The comment was meant for the previous post than yours.... a humorous reply...  :) but had a "button demon" attack...  ???
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« Reply #143 on: December 01, 2014, 07:57:54 pm »

The comment was meant for the previous post than yours.... a humorous reply...  :) but had a "button demon" attack...  ???

Ah, the carefree days of youth. This picture made my day.

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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #144 on: December 01, 2014, 08:11:53 pm »

Ah, the carefree days of youth. This picture made my day.

Edmund
Here is some more days of youth then.... Watch this carefully, there's much more in it than meets the eye....

EDIT: Sorry about the posted res... It's for security purposes... (the others too, but this one more so)
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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #145 on: December 01, 2014, 08:26:12 pm »

My P45+ was a service issue, and my Leica also needs a service visit, I believe, which it won't get because it's just too expensive. Dropping a column means you have a line right through your image, its more than a minor irritation.

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Edmund ol' boy.

For a tech head you had more problems with a digital back and camera than anyone I've known.

I've flown a gazillion miles with all my equipment and never had a dropped "line" or any other problem.

I routinely carry 30 terabytes of data also and knock on silicone I've never had an issue either, except when TSA smashes something.

But, you remind me of a digital tech I use to use (emphasis on use to) that every time I talk to him he has a computer blow up, screen break, motherboard short, etc. etc. etc.

But Edmund, maybe you should stick with film, try polaroid.


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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #146 on: December 01, 2014, 08:36:42 pm »

Modern pressurized passenger aircraft maintain a cabin altitude of about 8000 feet or less.



Most business frequent flyers can testify to the fact that even if it does happen, modern OS is able to correct these issues seamlessly.

Most HD are not specified to operate above 10,000 feet since they rely on air lift for their heads.

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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #147 on: December 01, 2014, 08:47:26 pm »

Edmund ol' boy.

For a tech head you had more problems with a digital back and camera than anyone I've known.

I've flown a gazillion miles with all my equipment and never had a dropped "line" or any other problem.

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J,

 I have stuff which breaks a lot from day 1 and stuff which never breaks. The strange thing is it's a dumb-bell, nothing much in between of these extremes.

 And in fact this agrees with the "bathtub model" which we techies use to describe faults, where if a piece of equipment survives the first few weeks or months it will probably never fail until ripe old age collects its due.

 Interestingly, this model explains why "add-on 3 year warranties" are such a good business for shops and manufacturers.
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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #148 on: December 01, 2014, 08:48:52 pm »

Modern pressurized passenger aircraft maintain a cabin altitude of about 8000 feet or less.




Can you give me that in meters, rate of climb, altitude adjustments during take off and descent?

(Just keeping with the spirit of the "photography" forums.)

And throw in something with the word cosmic.  I like that word.

BC
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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #149 on: December 01, 2014, 08:59:05 pm »

Can you give me that in meters, rate of climb, altitude adjustments during take off and descent?

(Just keeping with the spirit of the "photography" forums.)

And throw in something with the word cosmic.  I like that word.

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J,
 
 I vote to close the thread :)
 But Theo's images are really cute - so we did get something out of that.

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Re: Appeal for a photography tech sub-forum
« Reply #150 on: December 01, 2014, 10:31:03 pm »

OK, enough is enough.  This topic is now closed.
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