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tcolecruz

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About tcolecruz

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday January 25

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Profile Information

  • Gender
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  • Location
    That planet humans live on
  • Interests
    Gaming, music and tech.
  • Biography
    Somewhat normal guy living somewhere along the west coast.

System

  • CPU
    Core i5-4460
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z97-A/USB 3.1
  • RAM
    G-Skill Ripjaws X (2x4)
  • GPU
    Sapphire Tri-X R9 290 4GB OC
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Series Spec-01
  • Storage
    Adata Premier Pro SP900 & WD Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 600b
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE
  • Cooling
    Stock (no cpu overclocking)
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition (Cherry MX Blue)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G100s
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud I
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1 Pro
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  1. So, if I did get the xt-10, you think I'd do fine just with the kit lens for a while? It seems like the best out of the 3 I have there.
  2. Thank you for the helpful advice. I know the limitations of the x100t, but not so much the xt10. The Fuji x lenses are outrageously expensive so that is good to keep in mind. I would like to have something compact that I can carry with me EVERYWHERE, and I don't think I can do that with a dslr realistically. Any personal recommendations? Next time I'm at a best buy, I will get a feel for some cameras. Tell me if I'm wrong, but the composition and skill is much more important than the gear you are using. Correct?
  3. I've been taking photos and editing them on my phone for a couple years now, and I kind of want to get a legit camera. I do mostly landscape and street photography, focusing on bigger things rather than small (get your minds out of the gutter :P). I started out posting pictures I took on my *cough cough* Instagram *cough cough* using an iPhone 4s which was pretty good for its time. Since then, I've gotten an HTC one M8, which has disappointed me to say the least in the camera department. Despite this, I've actually taken/made some pretty awesome photos with it. Anyways, what brings me to this part of the forum is that I recently gained interest in buying a real camera (I know that's kind of ridiculous for Instagram, but hear me out). I understand the very basics of composing a shot, and I understand how ISO, aperture, shutter, etc... work. I have used some Nikon DSLR's quite a bit so I'm not entirely new to the market, but... I don't know my shit when it comes to the technology of digital cameras. I'm getting a new phone soon which I will make sure has a good camera, but I'd like to get a proper DSLR or mirrrorless for taking better photos and editing them in light room. Anyways, my budget is up to $1200, however it doesn't need to be the upper limit of what a camera has to offer (and I know that doesn't exist in that price point). I've been considering either a: Fuji X100t (the one brandon uses for most stills) Fuji Xt10 (basically a cheaper version of the xt1, with less features but same sensor) Canon t6s or t6i (I don't know what lens I would get though) Please give me your guys' suggestions on what I should be look for/at
  4. I would say 8/10. The composition is amazing and the photo has an awesome space vibe. The sky is amazing, but I have to criticize the bright light next to the person on the sand. I would have used the light to create a silhouette of the subject, but that's just me... The underexposed rocks really make this image. Without them, it would have been generic and I'd have given it a 5 or 6 Here is my submission: (taken on an HTC One M8, edited on my iPhone 6 in Mextures and Snapseed)
  5. Don't remeber... They had a weird rig where they used a 4460 or some cheap i5 and a titan x w a 1080p monitor
  6. I remember talking to a fellow forum member who said he had gotten his titan X from the CEO of Nvidia himself. I was wondering if anyone remembered who it was; I remember him mentioning it in his signature and i had a question for him.
  7. seems boring. I'd get fallout 4 cuz it provides a lot of bang/buck
  8. okay. Get the 390, not the 390x. It's literally exactly the same but for less money
  9. oh... okay. I'd get a lesser CPU and a 980ti which has the VR feature that EVGA has
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