My film post on Monday has me stuck in time. Old time that is! I want to revisit my Old vs New post. Also note, I’ve moved my Old vs New to a sticky in the header area scroll bar. I’m going to be spending some time talking about this topic in the coming weeks. I’m doing quite a bit of testing and will share … Continue reading Old vs New – Revisiting and testing
I’ve had some time to think recently and I don’t know about you, but when I have time to think it is sometimes dangerous. Sometimes free thinking is close to being unhealthy. Over the past several days I’ve been wrestling with this notion of old vs new. For me personally, I’m wrestling with the cost of new versus the performance of the old. More specifically, I’ve been thinking and looking at cameras (It applies to my bikes too) and thinking about new technology, proven brands and just exactly what is the true cost and benefit of owning the “new” camera or technology? I’ve asked myself if I could start over, what would I do? What have I learned from my trials and error with “new” stuff? Do I need this new expensive equipment? What are my true needs for a camera system?
Originally posted October 11, 2011 A while back I wrote about selling my higher end Canon 7D kit and moving to a Nikon D7000 with some cash back in the bank. Beyond that, I haven’t said much about it. Part of that was because I was focused on my small camera situation and looking to move to a micro 4/3rd camera from Panasonic or Olympus … Continue reading Nikon D7000 Impressions
Here is one of my favorite posts from 2011. I loved shooting cross in the crazy weather. I could not have asked for better weather. I went down to the race with two cameras, a Nikon D7000 with a 50mm 1.8 and a Sony NEX-5N with a 55-210mm. Both worked great. Hope you enjoy the images. Gnat This past weekend brought two things that go … Continue reading 2011 Minnesota State Cross Championships