New Panasonic Lumix ZS-Series TV Commercial

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by LOL!, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. LOL!

    LOL! Guest


    WRONG, MORON! It's a single shot. Anyone with a sharp eye can tell that
    just by the light on their feathers alone. I guess that counts you out,
    don't it.

    LOL!

    I was on a bird photo expedition and after deciding I had taken enough of
    them sitting still, preening, feeding, etc., I thought I should get some in
    flight, so I startled them into the air for that shot (among others). I
    despise manipulated images and have posted strongly against that in the
    past. I also pride myself on being able to compose in-camera, that fast.

    THIS IS WHAT PRO PHOTOGRAPHERS DO.

    Don't you fuckin' get it yet? You useless **** of an asswipe
    pretend-photographer snapshooting troll.

    Why don't you do what all you other useless-**** DSLR trolls do? Claim I
    stole it, or shot it with a DSLR?

    LOL!
     
    LOL!, Mar 22, 2010
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  2. LOL!

    LOL! Guest

    No shit, you fuckin' Sherlock! I *NEVER* post anything marketable to the
    net. This is only one from a whole series. I put it on calendars to give
    away to friends one year because I didn't like their formation in this one.
    Something to be thrown away. Now where's your example? You lousy piece of
    shit role-playing pretend-photographer troll.

    Taking images of any birds in flight with any P&S camera in my hands is
    easy. Apparently you DSLR-Troll fucks are so inept and talentless that you
    can't even do that. As proved by the crapshot too-shallow-DOF blurry
    sitting-bird photos. Go ahead, explain to us again why a DSLR is required
    for wildlife photography. And don't give us that bullshit song and dance
    about high ISOs. The aperture on super-zoom P&S cameras at longest reach
    surpasses DSLR glass by up to 3 to 4 aperture stops so high ISOs aren't
    needed. High ISOs are the required crutch of shitty camera designs and piss
    poor snapshooters.

    LOL!
     
    LOL!, Mar 22, 2010
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  3. LOL!

    LOL! Guest

    Oh, that would be hilarious to read! Please do! Hell, you can't even get
    the bird species right let alone anything else about that single-shot
    non-composite photo. Holy **** man! Can't you even see the curved beaks?
    LOL!!!!! And then you profess to claim to know more about that photo than
    the one who shot it? LOL!!!!!!!!!

    Please! Do show us even MORE examples your lofty intelligence, OH EXULTED
    AND MIGHTY PRETEND-PHOTOGRAPHER DSLR-TROLL.

    (The sarcasm did come through clearly, didn't it?)

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Let us all not forget that that image was posted to PROVE that a P&S camera
    is more capable of capturing birds in flight than any clunky DSLR gear.
    Where you would miss all the shots in changing lenses in time. That shot
    was taken using the widest angle on the super-zoom lens because they were
    that close when they burst into flight. No time to switch from telephoto to
    wide-angle lens on a DSLR. And doing so would have made the very noise and
    actions that would have startled them in the first place. But when has the
    original problem presented with *all* DSLRs ever stopped the DSLR TROLLS
    from using their red-herring displacement activity (can't fight or flight)
    to evade and avoid the REAL issue?

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!
     
    LOL!, Mar 22, 2010
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  4. Does that mean you agree with him? The only thing I see in his posts is
    the part about the mirror, let's say the E -part. He doesn't agree with
    you about the IL part. He claims that superzooms with tiny sensors and a
    couple of adapters are much better. Not because he really thinks so, but
    just to upset SLR owners.
     
    Robert Spanjaard, Mar 22, 2010
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  5. LOL!

    LOL! Guest

    "Upset"?

    LOL!!!!!

    ****, are you ever clueless.


    LOL!
     
    LOL!, Mar 22, 2010
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  6. Luckily, his Gilles de la Tourette-like posting style is a good value-
    indicator of anything he posts. So the DSLR-owners are unlikely to get
    upset at all.
     
    Robert Spanjaard, Mar 22, 2010
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  7. LOL!

    LOL! Guest

    And what color is your neurotic displacement-activity herring? Oh that's
    right, it's RED.

    LOL!!!!
     
    LOL!, Mar 22, 2010
    #27
  8. LOL!

    Bruce Guest


    Yes, that's one of his names - LOL. ;-)
     
    Bruce, Mar 22, 2010
    #28
  9. So far, the Richo GXR doesn't live up to those expectations.
    Sounds like a very specialised, and therefor expensive unit. I'd never use
    it for my landscapes.
    Current IL-designs give me all the flexibility I need. And the seperate
    sensor allows me to upgrade it for all my lenses at once when I feel the
    need to do so.
     
    Robert Spanjaard, Mar 22, 2010
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  10. So far, the Ricoh GXR doesn't live up to those expectations.
    Sounds like a very specialised, and therefor expensive unit. I'd never use
    it for my landscapes.
    Current IL-designs give me all the flexibility I need. And the seperate
    sensor allows me to upgrade it for all my lenses at once when I feel the
    need to do so.
     
    Robert Spanjaard, Mar 22, 2010
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  11. LOL!

    LOL! Guest

    WRONG, you useless **** of a pretend-photographer troll. They were just
    taking off. That's why the two on the far left are in such close mirrored
    formation. Having stood next to each other as they lifted into the air and
    using the same wing-beat power and frequency to try to attain altitude.

    **** are you ever a moron!

    LOL!
     
    LOL!, Mar 23, 2010
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  12. LOL!

    tony cooper Guest

    Serial liars know that, when caught out in a lie, lie harder and more
    insistently. Denigrate your accuser.
     
    tony cooper, Mar 23, 2010
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  13. LOL!

    LOL! Guest

    Lose lose, by entertaining a role-playing pretend-photographer troll even
    more. The issue is not whether they are landing or taking off. THE ISSUE IS
    THAT YOU USELESS DSLR-TROLLS, SNAPSHOOTERS AND PRETEND-PHOTOGRAPHERS ALIKE,
    CAN'T EVEN PROVIDE AN IMAGE OF A BIRD IN FLIGHT. The very issue raised by
    the subject topic header in every post you reply to or make. Can't you
    useless trolls ever stay on topic?

    Climb back to into your pet-carrier now, Puppygang Trollberg.

    LOL!
     
    LOL!, Mar 24, 2010
    #33
  14. LOL!

    Ray Fischer Guest

    Of course it's lying. That's what it does. Stop feeding the troll
    and maybe it will go away.
     
    Ray Fischer, Mar 24, 2010
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