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just another random guy who was lucky enough to stumble upon Metric
Interests: photography, technology
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Woohooo, Baltimore! Who else is in? Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2009 at Metric
Any good Metrix remixes out there? Aside from the 80kidz one and mike shinoda's (unless there's more somewhere). Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2009 at Metric
what's this about a rawside of metric documentary mentioned on one of the recent website posts? Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2009 at Metric
Nice, I'll wait till they're available direct from you all. And... documentary? more info please!
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It feels a little like social media overload with everyone's post in there. Reminds me of friend feed, which sorta had the same impression on me. Hopefully I won't miss anything with just the blog and twitter. In the mean time, patiently awaiting the 2nd US Leg Tour in Baltimore!
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Linh is now following Metric
Nov 3, 2009
Thanks for the review Gordon, it's good to see Pentax is keeping their system alive and giving a really nice path to their current users. I doubt I'll switch to Pentax as I'm already invested in the Canon system, but nice to know the option is there. Unfortunately, not enough pressure to push canikon to follow the small rugged body, though. Maybe pentax will join the m43s system =)
If it's useless over iso 100, how in the world can they stand the LX-2? and how useful is the original 5D, good to iso400?
Toggle Commented Sep 19, 2009 on Stuff (New Zealand) reviews the E-P1 at M43 Reviews
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The 50-135 is an amazing lens. I have the Tokina version for my Canons. And I will say I am one of those wanting to convert. It's just the cost holding me back, and well, the AF system of the 7D. I'd LOVE to have an army of pancake lenses to use. On the similar note though, my desire for the K7+pancakes has dwindled some with the GF1. I decided to preorder it since compactness was a key. A K7+40/2.8 is small, but still quite bulky. But I do hope Pentax stays alive over the next few years and keeps innovating. When my 40D grows old, I may just have to switch.
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2009 on Pentax K-7 Review, Part I at The Online Photographer
All I can say is, awesome. Hope he does more!
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2009 on "Gold Guns Girls" Mike Shinoda remix! at Metric
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I have to say, I seriously thought about switching from canon for those limited and pancakes. But the 7D is a cheaper route, and I think I will start building my compact kit with the GF1, I don't need extreme ruggedness.