David Hancock


I write and I photograph and that's pretty much enough. You can check out my photography website (linked below) or buy my novel (it's really good) for your Amazon Kindle.
  • 18:54 Minolta X-700 Video Manual 2 of 2

    Minolta X-700 Video Manual 2 of 2

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    Minolta's X-700 is one of only a few cameras -- the Pentax K1000 and Nikon F3 -- to remain in production for almost two decades. It rested at the top of the Minolta Rokkor-mount lineup and wasn't suitably replaced by a Maxxum camera until the second gener

  • 15:55 Minolta Alpha (Maxxum, Dynax) 9 Video Manual 3 of 3

    Minolta Alpha (Maxxum, Dynax) 9 Video Manual 3 of 3

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    The 9, Minolta's last professional film camera, represented an amazing achievement in camera design, engineering, and construction. Using the 9 presents a photographer with an opportunity to experience a camera like no other. The 9 was the finest 35mm cam

  • 02:25 Why do DSLRS only Record Video for 29:59?

    Why do DSLRS only Record Video for 29:59?

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    This video examines why DSLRs, and other digital cameras, won't record takes longer than half an hour. In short: Thank,s EU! Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_David_Hancock_ Gear I used for Filming and Editing: Video Capture and Film Digitization

  • 05:11 Nikon FM2 Review and Photos

    Nikon FM2 Review and Photos

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    Nikon's FM2, probably their most robust and reliable camera, introduced the world to mechanical shutters capable of reaching 1/4,000th of a second. The FM2 had three variations through its production run to improve reliability and performance. Each iterat

  • 10:42 16mm Home Movie, 1937 California, Old Bay Bridge

    16mm Home Movie, 1937 California, Old Bay Bridge

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    A 16mm home movie dated 1937. Shows a number of northern California sites including the old Bay Bridge (torn down in 2015) and other sites. Buy Posters and Prints of my work here: http://www.artistrising.com/galleries/DavidMHancock My Photography Website:

  • 04:34 Pentax K-3: Brief Review

    Pentax K-3: Brief Review

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    Ricoh's Pentax K-3 is the digital camera I have enjoyed using the most. The number and overall caliber of high-quality images it has produced has never left me wanting. In almost every shoot I've taken it on, I've had at least one, and often more, good sh

  • 00:12 Next Camera Review Teaser

    Next Camera Review Teaser

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    My Photography Website: http://www.5119photography.com/ Follow me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DavidHancock

  • 35:38 Pentax K-3 & K-3 II Video Manual 3: Interface & Operation Buttons

    Pentax K-3 & K-3 II Video Manual 3: Interface & Operation Buttons

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    This six-part video manual series shows how to use both the K-3 and K-3 II. The cameras have significant overlap with only a few functions differing. Check out the video index to navigate the video and the references for more information. K-3 Brief Review

  • 06:43 Pentax K-3 II Video Manual 6: The GPS

    Pentax K-3 II Video Manual 6: The GPS

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    This six-part video manual series shows how to use both the K-3 and K-3 II. The cameras have significant overlap with only a few functions differing. Check out the video index to navigate the video and the references for more information. K-3 Brief Review

  • 10:43 Minolta Alpha 9 Brief Review

    Minolta Alpha 9 Brief Review

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    The 9, Minolta's last professional film camera, represented an amazing achievement in camera design, engineering, and construction. Using the 9 presents a photographer with an opportunity to experience a camera like no other. The 9 was the finest 35mm cam

  • 05:54 Nikon FA Brief Review

    Nikon FA Brief Review

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    Epitomizing 1980s grace, splendor, and design ideals, the Nikon FA was a cutting-edge, sleek camera that represented the end of an era. When the FA left production, manual focus cameras were zombies --already dead just waiting to fall over. My Photography

  • 07:57 Sea & Sea Motor Marine MX-10 Video Manual, Video 2 of 2

    Sea & Sea Motor Marine MX-10 Video Manual, Video 2 of 2

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    Sea and Sea's Motor Marine MX-10, on land, is unremarkable. Underwater, it is a simply used and reliable camera for novice underwater photographers. Sure it has limited capabilities, but it has a lot of heart and can cover most underwater photographic nee

  • 06:56 Introduction to the FR Model 2 "Special" Film Developing Tank

    Introduction to the FR Model 2 "Special" Film Developing Tank

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    The FR Model 2 Special film developing tank presented a wide range of film format capacity from 35mm inclusive to 116 and 616 formats. This made it one of the few tanks with a reel capable of developing small, medium, and large format roll film. Also, the

  • 15:54 Nikon F4 Video Instruction Manual 1 of 2

    Nikon F4 Video Instruction Manual 1 of 2

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    Nikon's F4 reimagined what a professional camera could -- and causally should -- be. The camera added innovations that Nikon had worked into previous, lower-tier cameras and made them professional-grade. With extensive quality control on each unit, these

  • 15:36 Hasselblad 501CM Video Instruction Manual 2 of 2

    Hasselblad 501CM Video Instruction Manual 2 of 2

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    Hasselblad's 501CM ended the Hasselblad film lineage. The camera has a number of features that make it a fantastic user camera and some removed items that make a lot of people prefer the 500CM. Mechanically a brilliant camera and with a very good lens lin

  • 27:29 Minolta Maxxum (Alpha, Dynax) 7000 Video Manual 2 of 2

    Minolta Maxxum (Alpha, Dynax) 7000 Video Manual 2 of 2

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    Minolta's Maxxum 7000 changed the photographic world in ways that we still see. It was the first camera to have an on-board film advance motor for advance and rewind as well as autofocus. In many important ways, the Minolta Maxxum 7000 was the blueprint f

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