More Panasonic P&S perfection

Discussion in 'Panasonic Lumix' started by agro D-Mac, Nov 14, 2007.

  1. Many people have eyes which see colours slightly differently. My left
    eye is better with red, and my right with blue. My brain automatically
    combines the best of both. Of course it's not accurate :)
    Chris Malcolm, Nov 17, 2007
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  2. yes, but I'll bet you can enjoy #D movies without the glasses
    Serge Desplanques, Nov 17, 2007
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  3. agro D-Mac

    PixelPix Guest

    All the more reason that we adopt the ICC industry standard that can
    be physically calibrated, thus minimising the "perceptual" issues. ;-)
    PixelPix, Nov 17, 2007
  4. agro D-Mac

    jockscottie Guest

    At least we DSLR owners don't have foul mouths like you. I own a Canon
    EOS 400D & use the Canon MP-E65 for my macro shots - works a treat.
    You stick to your primitive gear peasant and let we more wealthy,
    intelligent photographers use our DSLR's.
    jockscottie, Dec 6, 2007
  5. agro D-Mac

    Douglas Guest

    Ha,ha,ha.... ROTFL at that one! Well done Jock. Not Scottish by any chance?

    Douglas, Dec 6, 2007
  6. agro D-Mac

    Trent T. Guest

    Now that's funny. Someone who is using technology that was invented over a
    century ago (an 1884 camera design) that has been in production for over half a
    century (1948-49), using a last-century light path and noisy, mechanical,
    image-jarring, speed limited focal-plane shutter technology, having the
    ignorance stupidity and gall to call 100% digital as primitive. LOL

    You might want to look up what the word "primitive" means. Every time you pick
    up your DSLR you're holding a perfect example of it.

    Why would anyone expect any DSLR owner to be intelligent enough to know this.
    They prove their lack of intelligence in their chosen camera, and again in any
    comments they post online. (see above for yet another perfect example of their
    ignorance and stupidity)
    Trent T., Dec 6, 2007
  7. Crock. Owners of no gear have a lock on propriety.

    I own a Canon
    That'd be "... gear, peasant, and let *us* *wealthier* and more

    We intelligent and educated digital camera owners also don't nym-shift
    and have four errors (five, if you include the omission of both commas!)
    in one post, much less one sentence.

    f-u set away from
    John McWilliams, Dec 6, 2007
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