What are some good rules to follow to stay out the way of planes and helicopters? I have been up to 1300 feet but I've also seen helicopters and planes at more or less that height in my area. I don't want to be the guy that came out on the news having killed x amount of people.
I really doubt this ends to with the NSA loosing much power. There will be some token gesture that at the end of the day makes little difference. Secrecy is the real problem. A democratic government and this level of secrecy within that government are incompatible.
Good going America! Sure looks like it was worth sacrificing your liberties and everything that makes America great after all... ONE! !@#$
While Inglis conceded in his NPR interview that at most one terrorist attack might have been foiled by NSA’s bulk collection of all American phone data – a case in San Diego that involved a money transfer from four men to al-Shabaab in Somalia – he described it as an “insurance policy” against future acts of terrorism.
Great comparison. I also am looking at both and I really like the feel of the a6000. Its the right size for my hands but at the end of the day I completely agree that the camera you are willing to carry will always be more important then any other consideration. I know myself and you helped remind me that the rx100m3 is the only one I am likely to carry even when I'm not necessarily going out to shoot. On image quality, I have read enough reviews to know that I will be happy with either. I also own a nikon d300 which I love but the fact is I never use it because I am never willing to carry it.