1. Well, I guess I’ll be in the market for an XT-4 instead of 3! Wonder how much the price will drop… $200?

  2. I just saw (well via Best Buy)… do you think that’s a worthy discount, or the XT5 is worth the $150 more?

  3. I have an X-T3, btw. I would pay extra money for the X-T5, but I take photos almost exclusively and am used to the tilting screen; if I were vlogging or interested in selfies I go with the X-T4 for the articulating screen. The conclusion on this webpage might be helpful to you:

  4. I'm going to argue AGAINST the Ansel Adams trilogy. Definitely worth reading, and covers a great many things, but is oriented towards B&W Large Format, and breaks up the three stages of classic photography into three books-- the Camera, the Negative, and the Print.

  5. I'll mention that Understanding Exposure and other photography books can be borrowed from the Internet Archive.

  6. Adrenal fatigue isn't an accepted medical diagnosis. It is a lay term applied to a collection of nonspecific symptoms, such as body aches, fatigue, nervousness, sleep disturbances and digestive problems. Proponents of the adrenal fatigue diagnosis claim this is a mild form of adrenal insufficiency caused by chronic stress.

  7. The camera hardware is slightly upgraded compared with the X-T30, but most of the changes are under the hood. A bigger allocation for memory allows for some additional firmware features, for instance. Otherwise, the autofocus system enjoys some updates that bring tracking and eye detection in line with the enthusiast X-T4, the Classic Negative film simulation is now an option, the 4K video record time is now 30 minutes instead of 10 minutes, and 1080p now goes to 240fps for slower slow-motion. On the outside, the rear LCD sports a higher resolution.

  8. So the main differences from X-H2 are: no 8k, no ProRes internal, no CFe-B card, lower res EVF, trade bigger grip and top LCD for triple dials and 3 tilt screen, $300 lower. Perfect! Preordered.

  9. The wait is almost over! We're currently in the final stages of the building remodel for the new home of the Museum of Death Hollywood, and will be announcing more details very soon!

  10. Theyve been saying that for a v long time! Did that update have a date on it?

  11. For healthy adults, the FDA has cited 400 milligrams a day—that's about four or five cups of coffee—as an amount not generally associated with dangerous, negative effects. However, there is wide variation in both how sensitive people are to the effects of caffeine and how fast they metabolize it (break it down).

  12. Ouch. First time poster here. Isn’t there another sub for old school celebrities or something ? Honest question

  13. Kate took most of the photos published on her kids birthdays. IIRC she used something like a Canon 5D for some of them

  14. She's also been seen with the Fujifilm X-T3 and 23mm f/1.4 combo.

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