I had been expecting an update to Garmin Express for a couple of weeks. We had been at 6.10 for quite some time.
So, being told that there was a new version did not surprise me. So, I updated to 220.127.116.11 about an hour ago. Can’t say I noticed anything different. With Garmin, that is NOT a bad thing.
The New Book.
Well, well, well.
Chris Christie explains what it is all about.
Yes, it is definitely size related, but not size in a Freudian sense.
Trump thinks long ties make you look THINNER.
A long tie. These two fatsos are crazy.
I am a bit of a contradiction when it comes to full-frame. I like the SIZE of the full-frame sensor and the BIGGER picture I get with it — BUT, at the same time I have never been that fond of wide-angle shooting! The irony here being that the largeness of a full-frame sensor is such that you are already into wide-angle even before you start. Hence, the contradiction.
Appears that I am in the minority.
Yes, I can get non-Z Nikon lenses that cover this range, BUT I would like native mirrorless glass.
So, that is my problem.
I am definitely, of course, getting the 24-70mm — the only native zoom. I was thinking of getting the 50mm. MAYBE I might think about the new 14-30mm — and experiment with ultra-wide-angle (at least for I).
“Acorn” Original Murder/Mystery Series “Loch Ness” (2017) Is Rather Good; A Modern-Day Agatha Christie.
Tight, fast-paced and exciting with some superb shots of the Scottish landscape thrown in.
The Diary Of Anne Frank
At last a media article that gives Garmin, and the Fenix 5 (Plus), just dues. I was getting so fed up of seeing articles/post that gave Garmin short shrift or no mention at all. It was always Fitbit, Apple and Samsung. And in reality none of these can hold a candle to the venerable Garmin Fenix 5 (Plus) — and yes, I do own, and wear, ’24×7′, a Garmin Fenix 5 Plus. Even the new Polar Vantage V falls short in most instances.
This article in Forbes is pretty much on the mark. The Fitbit ‘Versa’ is a joke next to a Garmin.
But, check out the article. I thought it was fair.
Happy New Year — with YOUR Garmin.