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Camilla and her neighbour Jean Claude have been enjoying an illicit affair for some time but the other neighbours are getting suspicious so they are meeting in hotels to fuck. It's a good job as Camilla squirts all over the place!




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Most wives in these MILF pics are over 40, and some are over 50. The collection brings you smoking hot cougars who still keep themselves in check, but also skinny ladies and some excellent plump matures, even some SSBBW. Most of these wives are white American ladies, who are known to be the freakiest after they reach a certain age, but we also have Asian wives, Ebonies and Latinas. We even feature a gallery for Indian wives on the site.


The actress and producer has kept busy since ending her long-running daytime talk show, overseeing her OWN network and appearing in series like "Greenleaf" and movies such as "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" and "A Wrinkle in Time."


The standard kit lens with the crop-sensor Nikon Z cameras, including the Zfc, is 16-50mm.So a 12-28mm ultra-wide zoom *is* mostly overlapping the kit zoom; of the 16mm of zoom range, 12mm are overlapping. An utter waste. Not even worth buying the ultra-wide just to get 4mm wider.


Yes, but it is not the only kit available. Zfc is sold as a body only and with the 28/2.8 lens. No real overlap here (the zoom will be most definitely f/5.6 at long end).Also, the difference between 12mm and 16mm is big: 89.2 vs 72.9 horizontal angle of view.Besides, you can always sell 16-50 if you do not need it.


While I'm no expert in lens design, I'm aware of a number of discussions of lenses that were simply scaled down to cover a smaller image circle. Some pancake optics spring to mind. So the design rules-of-thumb you mention are likely to apply to the default image circle you are thinking of, and of course there are many many third-party lenses that are marketed for APS-C as an afterthought, after having been designed for the FF image circle. The examples you have given support precisely the criticism that I made in my comment.


@photography-lover> Classic film cameras were used without grips for decades without causing major issuesIf there were no issues, better grips would not being invented. So yes, there absolutely were issues.


Most likely because either you are jealous about the design or that you feel threatened by Nikon getting back into the game again. You are acting childish and as a troll and you know it too. You shouldn't care so much what Nikon does if you aren't interested in them. Yet you do care and have your mouth full over this Nikon camera which you never used nor know how the Z system is configurable.


While I agree with Chris that there should be an easier way to select/deselect Auto ISO, I'm not sure I agree that the dial then controlling minimum ISO should be seen as a problem. I haven't used the camera, but being able to control minimum ISO easily seems pretty useful, as it then allows you to shift above the 'base' shutter speed set by the camera, to effectively override auto temporarily.


All this to change one field in the current EXIF data from the widest possible aperture of the lens, to the current aperture of the lens; and only on pre 1990 lenses. You can kind of see why they didn't add more complexity and cost to the FTZ so that some people would have 1 field in the EXIF data change for lenses that are over a third of a century old.


I recall the few times it snowed in Somerset and everything closed. People were abandoning cars in the streets! My suspicion is that years of funding cuts led to the overall unpreparedness for 'extreme' conditions. Here, even when we had snowstorms, it was business as usual! The Swedes have a hidden army of snowblowing trucks somewhere.


Should have been full frame, should have had less plastic to make it feel denser, otherwise with the lack of small, matching lenses or a matching "vintage looking" FTZ adapter, I really don't know why anyone would buy this over a Z50.


Half the appeal of this camera to me is that I can use it as a small light street camera for the days I don't want to haul my black brick and it's 25lb camera bag around.When I use my Nikon FE around town, I hate how heavy it is. Sign me up for a light hollow feeling camera, as long as it can still take the pics, the lighter the better.


Plenty of people buy it over a Z50. I'm one of them. If it was built as you suggested, FF, denser then I wouldn't have purchased it. Nikon knew what they were doing when they designed this camera. It appeals to a far larger market than a full retro full frame camera.


"Do ff Z shooters consider the Z fc (or the Z50) a second body option?"Yes 100% absolutely; although I'd prefer a FF version of the Zfc. And I'd certainly take the Zfc over Fuji. Not because I hate Fuij, I love them. I just want the lens interchangeability with my existing lenses. If I had a Fuji as my second body I'd have to duplicate so many lenses.


I'm spending 3 months in Iceland now and wanted a small camera to carry when too lazy for my Z7. So rented an X-T4, and really couldn't imagine choosing the Zfc over a Fuji with IBIS, weather sealing, and numerous nice/small lenses. I'm using the smaller/slower primes (16/27mm F2.8 + 35mm F2 WR) and have a rugged setup that fits into my jacket pocket. I do get confused switching between Nikon/Fuji controls, and don't like the fact that the Fuji exposure compensation dial has a mind of its own. But still seems much better than worrying about water and sticking with such a limited Nikon Z-crop lens selection.


With the two lens kit 16-50 and 50-250 you cover a huge focal range. The 18-140 offering an alternative single lens option. An interesting 12-28 wide angle zoom and a 24mm DX prime are on the roadmap. Moreover, there are compact 28/2.8 and 40/2 primes -- the former even offered as Zfc kit in an especially made nostalgic version.


2021 was a busy year at DPReview TV, with over 100 new episodes added to our YouTube channel! In this retrospective, Chris and Jordan look back at some of their most memorable moments from the past year.


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