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 on: September 19, 2014, 09:37:00 PM 
Started by pedro39photo - Last post by allegretto

this is why my M240 is such a sublimely pleasurable camera to use.

you are more than a bystander and it gets ya going

 on: September 19, 2014, 09:35:54 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by bcooter
Thanks Ian.

Shot it with an S2 though I guess I'll see how the cmos S works out, but might look at an S.

Thanks again.


 on: September 19, 2014, 09:24:56 PM 
Started by richarddd - Last post by mshea
Acadia is beautiful at almost any time of year, except perhaps in early Spring. But you'd definitely miss peak color at the end of October.


 on: September 19, 2014, 09:22:19 PM 
Started by Telecaster - Last post by Telecaster
I really like this photo, in part because it reminds me of my own visit to Köln in late winter 1985 while travelling across Europe with my then girlfriend. The weather was cloudy & cool, and the city had a benign grayness to it that Michael's photo captures well. After 18 months in the bright desert of the Middle East we were thrilled to be back in a place where you could go walking with a jacket on in the early morning, treading on wet pavement and seeing your breath. So we welcomed the gloom and the drizzle.   Smiley

(I've had my hands on a Canon 50/0.95 but have never taken photos with one.)


 on: September 19, 2014, 09:17:41 PM 
Started by David Grover / Phase One - Last post by Jim MSP
you can use sessions... or rather one session... I have just one "dummy" session, I start C1 with it as a parameter and then I just bring raw files in C1 to edit from where I need by starting C1 with the raw file name as a parameter... ..
How do you do this?
I have been trying to do this using Media Pro, where it would open a file in a "not in catalog set" within session albums; which works well in CO7.

I have randomly been able able to drag a photo over from MP into a "not in catalog set" folder, but I can't do it consistently, nor can I create this within the sessions tab on a consistent basis. It seems random.

 on: September 19, 2014, 08:59:10 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by SecondFocus

Shot 2 days before the print deadline in 2 hours.

 on: September 19, 2014, 08:55:57 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by SecondFocus
Superb of course! Are you still shooting with the S2 or did you move to an S ? Thanks!

Leica S2, Zeiss 55mm 3.5


 on: September 19, 2014, 08:55:15 PM 
Started by Bill Koenig - Last post by dastudio
What is the difference between the nozzle auto cleaning and power cleaning and what are the steps for doing each, please?

 on: September 19, 2014, 08:55:11 PM 
Started by uaiomex - Last post by uaiomex
Ok guys, tech-cams, view-cams and the FPS and Hcam have no mirror. In that way they are mirrorless. But that's not what I meant.
Instead I was thinking about a mirrorles Camera from Hasselblad, Pentax, Fuji, Mamiya, etc., with their own line of lenses and dedicated adapters to use many other lenses from other makers.
I was thinking of a manufacturer that already makes mirrorless systems (Fuji, Olympus, Sony, etc) again with their own glass lines.
Technology advancements keep bridging equipment and gadgets all the time now. I wonder for a couple of years who was to be the first manufacturer to come with a real phone/camera hybrid. Wil it be a camera maker or a smartphone maker? Well, it was neither. Actually was a manufacturer that did both already: Panasonic. Smart move.


 on: September 19, 2014, 08:54:37 PM 
Started by pedro39photo - Last post by melchiorpavone
And no compromising your composition so that you can put the little red rectangle onto what you want in focus. And no more focus and recompose issues. Manual focus allows you to totally focus on your composition and what's in front of you rather than playing the line up the red rectangle with what you want in focus game. Actually very liberating.

Yep! In making it "easy" the Japanese make it hard. Same in cameras and cars. A million bells and whistles vs control and lean designs.

I drive a 2001 VW Passat V6 stick. Same design philosophy as the Leicaflex.

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