Monthly Archives: April 2018

Samsung Galaxy Tab A6

I have always liked the Samsung Tablets, especially the basic ones which are great value and for general use, they are ideal, plus they have expandable memory which is really handy. Continue reading

Samyang 12mm f/2

I was delighted when this lens arrived. It is absolutely wonderful and along with a couple of others, it helped sway me to try mirrorless. This is such a lovely lens that gives wonderful image quality that beats any zooms that cover that focal length and it also beats many primes that cost much more! Continue reading

My move to Mirrorless

 

A quick chat about my move to Sony. I have always been a Nikon fan, but the temptation of so many features and so much quality in such a tiny package was too great. My first Mirrorless was a Nikon V1, which I really like, but I don’t like the limited lens choice, using an adaptor is not much help as the 2.7x lens factor makes using other lenses impractical, and the proprietary shoe is ridiculous!

I don’t think I would give up my DSLRs yet, I wouldn’t like to be using an f/2.8 zoom with a small mirrorless body, but I can see myself using 2 small bodies with primes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Crispin’s Hospital

St Crispins was a large psychiatric hospital on the outskirts of Duston village in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England.

It was established in 1876 as the Berrywood Asylum and closed in 1995. Its grounds and the surrounding area include a new psychiatric hospital, residential housing, a large self-contained retirement village, a primary school and a local centre of shops and offices. Continue reading

Mirrorless vs DSLR

 

The debate about Mirrorless vs DSLR has hotted up as the Mirrorless systems have become far more capable. A quick chat about the points to consider, neither system wins hands down, but with the ease that DSLR lenses can be used on Mirrorless, they can work together superbly.

I have use of both systems and in many cases, I still love to use my old Nikon V1, why? Bec

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