Nicely done, Dave.
Wasn't Oradour-sur-Glane the village which was depicted in the very opening scenes of the fist episode of The World At War? I'm sure it was. It was absolutely shocking then, and it still is now.
How much telly do you watch, and what quality do you want to watch it in?
Here is an analysis of Netflix data usage. In short, 1080p @ 24fps uses around 2-2.5 GB per hour; 4K @ 60 fps uses around 7 GB per hour.
Yes, thanks. QNAP also have one here: https://www.qnap.com/en-uk/live-demo/
But I still feel like my mum when she first got a PC. And a live demo isn't really much use if you don't know what the machine can do or how to do it.
Thanks guys. I downloaded Simple Scan and a few other apps which I've seen highly recommended, and I really like Simple Scan. Very easy and intuitive workflow, just what I need. I've paid the £4-odd for the Pro version so that I can upload to DropBox as well as send by email, and it's working...
Thanks. I have a QNAP box in the office. To my mind it definitely fails the "as simple as possible" test, which is why I was asking for advice.
Sure. I can do that. I'm assuming that the number and size of hard disks is pretty much independent of the choice of system - in other words, I can...
At home we're finding that we're accumulating more and more files - photos, music, videos, etc - that are stored on our PC, but want to be accessed by other devices. For example we have a Sonos music setup, but we can't do anything with it unless the PC is also on. That can be a pain when the...
Can anybody recommend an Android app for me?
I want to use my phone to 'scan' documents and turn them into PDFs. There seem to be tons of apps around that offer this sort of functionality and I'm looking for recommendations from people who have used them.
I don't get this and I don't think it's true.
If you make any tiny movement on the shot, it's the size of the pixels rather than the number of pixels that determines whether or not the camera movement affects the image.
However you never hear people say that you need to have top quality...
No. Almost certainly not. The 24 MP you have with your D750 is more than enough for most uses. If you can put forward an argument as to what you would actually do with all those extra megapixels and how that would help you, please go ahead. But from your initial post it sounds like you don't...
Does the magnify button work when you're looking at an image on the card? If so, then there's nothing physically wrong with the button.
Does that part of the touchscreen work with other functions? (For example, when you're using the menus, can you touch the screen right down in te lower right...
Pretty much all proper macro lenses deliver very good image quality. That's one dimension your cousin doesn't have to worry about.
Most "proper" macro lenses will give you 1:1 magnification. That means that, when the lens is focused at its minimum focus distance (MFD), you can fill the frame...
It is rumoured that Sony will soon be anniuncing a new 200-600mm lens.
But the weird thing is, you can buy one (or at least part of one) on Yahoo Japan. It's suspected that this may be a stolen prototype.
Thank to everyone who contributed to helping me understand. As things happened, my wife found my car key in her handbag, literally just as I was about to go out to the VW dealer. So I didn't get to ask them about the details.
I didn't ask about the price; I just asked about the procedure...
I've lost one of the keys to my VW Golf. So I contacted the local VW dealer and asked what the procedure is to get a replacement.
1. I have to go in there with my V5 document, photo ID, and proof of address. - OK, I get that, they want to be sure that they're only making a key for the actual...
Make sure it's all in your carry-on bag. Ensure that the terminals of the batteries can't be shorted - for example tape them up or put them individually in plastic bags or plastic boxes. You'll be fine.
The bug has struck again. Twice this morning, the same person calling each time. The caller is in my "Favourites" group in the Contacts.
Apps running on the phone:
Google Maps Navigation
Yes, they will both fit, but they won't feel quite the same as they do on your current camera.
Your D3300 is a DX camera, which basically means you're only seeing the central bit of the image formed by your lenses. When you mount them on a FX camera line a D600, you'll see the full image, and...