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gasho

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About gasho

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    Senior Member
  • Birthday 1986-01-01

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bratif***slava
  • Interests
    Women / hiking / books / PC Stuff / good beer / photography / and not necessarily in that order ;)

System

  • CPU
    XEON 1230 v2
  • Motherboard
    MSI B75MA-P45
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3
  • GPU
    ASUS R9 280X DirectCU II TOP
  • Case
    Corsair 300R Windowed
  • Storage
    Adata XPG SX900 256 GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX500M
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S24D390H + Philips 227Eqph
  • Cooling
    CM 212+ Evo
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G105
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 Military Green

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  1. gasho

    Rate the Photo Above you

    Thank you for the comment. Yes I know I should have stepped a bit back but I wanted to capture the moment when the cat was looking down to the shop. I liked the story behind it and my finger was itching With shots like these there is just not much time to compose it 100%... or I'm not that good yet.
  2. gasho

    What kind of Camera do you use?

    a D3200 with a 16-85mm
  3. gasho

    Rate the Photo Above you

    For non Slovak language speakers, that is a pet supplies store downstairs...
  4. gasho

    Nikon D7100 for $699.00

    I would say go for it. It is a good price and even as a newbie you will learn it. I mean you will have to learn a lot but its not that hard if you are really into photography. The D7100 is a great camera.
  5. Isn't that a cannon lens ?
  6. You can either go with a 35mm or 55mm f1.8 fixed focal lenght lens (plastic fantastic). Fixed focal lenght lenses will give you very sharp images but the downside is that they can't zoom. Or you can go for a 16-85mm f3.5 - 5.6 witch will give you a nice zoom (not too much) and a awesome picture! Its a bit more expensive but thats how it goes. All three lenses are nikkor lenses, I don't have experience with other brands yet. That said, I would go for the D3300 + better lens.
  7. gasho

    Unlock a old samsung phone

    This is every site that I found. Some of them want as much as 30 dollars to unlock.
  8. gasho

    Unlock a old samsung phone

    You think the carrier will unlock it for me?
  9. My father has a older Samsung SGH-L700 phone and he just purchased a different SIM card from a different provider and the phone is locked and won't let him use his card. Is there a way I can unlock it somehow? I'm looking on the internet and everybody wan'ts 30 bucks for this. I mean the phone is not worth 2 bucks... Any help is welcome. Thank you.
  10. gasho

    Entry-level dslr

    Awesome answer! I would just add that if you decide for a DSLR after reading the post from "Dw136" , go with the Nikon D3200 and buy yourself a nice fixed focal length 50mm or 30mm f1.8 aka "plastic fantastic" and you will be very happy. Recommending this because I have hands on experience.
  11. gasho

    Upgrading from Kit lens

    I am currently in the same situation Nikon D3200 + 18-55mm kit lens. I am considering to go with a Nikon 18-105mm ED VR + CPL filter (I do a lot of nature photography). Has anybody some experience with the 18-105mm ? I certainly don't want to spend 1000 bucks for a lens next to my entry level camera and I get that the lens can last me many camera generations argument.
  12. gasho

    DSLR for newbie

    Bobafett239 I agree! The D3200 is a awesome entry into DSLR.. just slap on a 50mm plastic fantastic on it and shoot !
  13. Get the i5 and buy the rest when you have money. The i5 is a better platform for future. Or if you can wait till you have the right amount of money buy the i5 , SSD and the monitor then.
  14. basically Standford can't keep up with the LTT Team we rock !!!
  15. yeah the 280x should be replaced but I got other hobbies that require money so... PS. thanks
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