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  • Re: Re:Panasonic 4K for UNDER $900!!

    Says here July 27. &nbsp; http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-Lumix-DMC-FZ1000-Digital-Camera/dp/B00KOUIBZW &nbsp; I can get 12 month free financing from Amazon and I almost have my other free financing stuff caught up so I might just get one. I was leaning towards a GH4 since I now have a lot of 4/3rds lenses and c-mount lenses. I'm old now so ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on July 19, 2014
  • Re: Re:Panasonic 4K for UNDER $900!!

    Says here early August. &nbsp; http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1057135-REG/panasonic_dmc_fz1000k_lumix_dmc_fz1000_digital_camera.html
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on July 19, 2014
  • Re: Just think .....

    So, who gets the traffic tickets and who pays the fines? What if my smart car can't read the two hour limit parking sign? What if my smart car decides it wants to live in Detroit regardless of where I want to live? &nbsp;
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on April 30, 2014
  • Re: CD-RW Discs

    It might have something to do with the fact that they are rewritable as opposed to burn once. I'm not sure and a simple internet search could answer that. &nbsp;
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on February 24, 2014
  • Re: Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 - Background Removal.

    Drawing a line around the subject is how it's usually done. Once you have drawn around your subject then you choose it as your selection. You can then copy and paste it where ever you want. Or if you create an alpha channel before you start drawing your line you can then just invert your selection and then delete the background. It requires some ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on February 1, 2014
  • Re: Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 - Background Removal.

    You're going to have to fine tune your selection then there are several different ways to remove the unwanted background. It would probably be better if you watched a youtube step by step tutorial rather than get piece by piece suggestions here. I've learned quite a bit watching youtube tutorials. It's kind of a complicated process you're trying ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on January 31, 2014
  • Re: My new PC ...

    I bought a Blackmagic pocket camera and I had a system with an SSD on a motherboard that only supported 3 gbs and it was not fast enough to edit the raw files. The speeds of the drive were about 225. I upgraded to a motherboard that supported the full 6 gbs and it was able to handle those 220 meg/s files. If that's the way the industry is headed, ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on January 25, 2014
  • Re: My new PC ...

    Most drive manufacturers have drive test software. It may, or may not be good. And it's probably a good idea to always update firmware. That Seagate drive that was clicking and making humming noises and occasionally hanging up when I tried to access it is working perfectly fine now and hasn't made a peep since I updated the firmware.
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on January 23, 2014
  • Re: My new PC ...

    I have 3 of the newer low profile Seagate 1 terabyte drives and an older Barracuda drive that was clicking, making noise and hanging up my system. I went to Seagate and they had firmware updates for both the newer drives and the older drives. I updated the firmware two weeks ago and the drive that was giving me problems works fine now. No clicking ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on January 21, 2014
  • Re: Betreft: Re: Area 51 and still counting?

    Happy new year.... &nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by WeeWee on January 1, 2014
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