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 on: Today at 01:41:25 AM 
Started by sas5 - Last post by sas5
Thanks for the heads-up Martin !

 on: Today at 01:41:24 AM 
Started by JB Rasor - Last post by JB Rasor
Thanks Coots! I chatted with a couple of people and I think I found a setup that will work (and not blow the place up). Is there a particular V-Lock brand you think is a solid choice, or an AB Dionic HC equivelent so to speak? I know Switronix is held in high regard. Thanks for your input! It's very helpful!


 on: Today at 01:39:41 AM 
Started by sas5 - Last post by MartinDahl
Leicashop in Vienna has one in stock... have a look at



 on: Today at 12:02:16 AM 
Started by Ezeeduzit - Last post by huguito
Hi Paul
I print on Epson Satin canvas on my 9600 using photo ink
My understanding is that Epson recommends Matte ink for this canvas.

I made a custom profile for this combination of canvas on Photo ink using a color munki.

The settings I use when profiled the canvas and when I print on it are as follows;
Print as Premium semi gloss
Ink density correction  0
Paper thickness   0.5 mm
1440 dpi
High Speed   OFF
High Detail    On
Platten Gap   Standard

I get very deep blacks, no ink pooling and great mid tone transitions. It took a lot of wasted media and ruined prints to get it.

Good luck


 on: August 28, 2014, 11:25:46 PM 
Started by Emilmedia - Last post by BernardLanguillier
Another thumb up for iridient developper!


 on: August 28, 2014, 11:09:28 PM 
Started by Robert Roaldi - Last post by Alan Klein
I think you need to reread his text he says that there will be (in the end, as a result of his suggestion) more money for people to buy things and at the same time his suggestion "reduces money available to buy things by raising the cost of everything due to inflation"... what one hand gives the other takes.

That's not what I said.  I said that government printing of money devalues our purchasing power.  That means we can purchase less for each dollar because each dollar is worth less.  That's what inflation is all about.  To state there is no inflation, as you have done, is just plain wrong.  A simple check of the inflation rate between Jan2008 through Dec 2013 indicates a cumulative 10.4% increase.  If you were taking home let's say $50,000 in Jan 2008, and you had no subsequent raises, the $50,000 would have less than $45,000 in purchasing power in Dec 2013.  Inflation by the Fed and subsequent raising of costs to buy things, would cause an unseen tax  of over $5000 this year.  It's actually higher since there's inflation this year in 2014 as well.

 on: August 28, 2014, 10:42:36 PM 
Started by Chris Calohan - Last post by BernardLanguillier
Love this one, just nothing to say but applaud! Smiley


 on: August 28, 2014, 10:42:26 PM 
Started by williamrohr - Last post by enduser
I'm sure country of origin is important.  When Volkswagen set up a car plant in South Africa, they had to send a full engineering team down to rectify quality issues.

When I recently bought a Canon DSLR I was told to buy the execrably named "Kiss" model, as it's made in Japan for picky Japanese customers.

 on: August 28, 2014, 10:41:09 PM 
Started by Chrisso26 - Last post by pcgpcg
I like the ergonomics of DSLRs. Teensy camera bodies don't feel right in the hands.
I have large hands and have never had a camera feel so good and useable in my hand as the E-M1.  It's a great one-handed camera (with the 12-40 Pro zoom). You should try it.

 on: August 28, 2014, 10:39:44 PM 
Started by kikashi - Last post by BernardLanguillier
Agreed with the framing comment, I would cut further down, in fact I would leave most of the upper half out.

Also, it could be my viewing environment, but colors seem a bit dull. Did you use a PL filter on this one? I guess that you may not have but I think that a PL filter would help bring the green up to a more vivid level.

Just my 2 cent.


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