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Review: Peak Design Anchor Links to quick-release your camera strap

I've had a few Nikon cameras, and those always come with a perfectly usable strap. The only issue is that putting the strap on a camera and getting the length just right is a rather involved process.

And sometimes I need a strap, but in other situations, it gets in the way. So I asked about straps that are easy to attach and detach in a forum, and one of the suggestions was for a Peak Design strap.

If you're into watching Youtube photography channels, you've probably seen the little black discs with a red edge that hang off of the sides of a camera before. The anchors click into the anchor links, which are of course attached to the ends of a strap.

This is a review of the Anchor Links set that lets you quick release your existing camera strap.

Full article / permalink - posted 2021-10-16

Mixing old and new Nikon lenses and cameras

Seven years ago, I wrote Understanding old Nikon lenses: AI, AI-S, AF and AF-S. A few things have changed since then, so I thought it was time to do a follow-up that looks at how well different Nikon lens generations go with different Nikon camera generations.

Full article / permalink - posted 2021-10-09

De maan ziet er mooi scherp uit met de Nikon Z fc en de 70-300 mm lens

Image link - posted 2021-09-12 in

Gaat de formatie nu toch echt beginnen?

Na de verkiezingen van maart zitten we nu al ruim vijf maanden in een formatie-impasse. Maar het zou zomaar kunnen dat er komende week of de week erna een eerste stap richting een nieuw kabinet gezet gaat worden.

Volledig artikel / permalink - geplaatst 2021-08-29

Amiga short takes, juggling CF cards edition

In this latest installment of Amiga short takes:

Full article / permalink - posted 2021-08-15

(Re)creating new Amigas for the 2020s and beyond

Two forum posts made me think of what it would take to build an Amiga using modern parts, and what should remain the same and what should change about a new Amiga to remain useful in the next decades.

Hint: it invloves HDMI and USB.

Full article / permalink - posted 2021-08-08

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