A man and his path
Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish bohemian and ne'er-do-well.
Holly, six, runs her own 'London Marathon', video.
Often considered almost at opposite ends of the market, Sigma and Zeiss have both come out with a high-quality normal lens at F:1.4.
For some years I've been looking for a really good magnifier. But I didn't find much. This surprised me, there is usually some good products to find in any category, though sometimes one may have to pay more.
|Photo by MacObserver|
I predict Kina Grannis will be a big success.
It is a bit strange to me that Sony has yet to get any real competition to their Super-Compact full frame camera RX1 (kewl vid), or their quality pocket camera RX100 with a really big sensor for the camera size. Will they really keep this amazing market to themselves? When nobody step up to the challenge?
I've been alerted that something is blocking the emails which I usually get when somebody comment on my blog.
I really like the smaller camera companies, Fuji, Olympus, Pentax, Sony. They often make some fabulous products which the "Canikon" hegemony has no interest in.
|USB B? Mini? Micro? None of them, it is "Olympus"|
Or: this is your brains on mayo.
Olympus is on a hot streak for sure. Re the new "entry-level" (hah) OM-D E-M10, DPreview writes:
A piece of string tried to go nightclubbing. "Sorry, no string allowed here," said the bouncer.
I am a fan of Neil Campbell Ross.
Update: I just got the first issue of Leaving Megapolis. It seems fresh and promising. Superheroes gone balls-out homicidal psychotic. I only remember Alan Moore doing something like it, in a MiracleMan story.
|Awsome Simon Bisley cover to the|
weird and wonderful Grant Morrison
I just watched Aliens (1986).