Gerd Waloszek

Gerd Waloszek

Lives in Germany Germany
Works as a Usability (retired)
Has a website at http://www.waloszek.de
Joined on Jul 24, 2001

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  • Thanks that you find my site useful. Best regards, Gerd
  • I bought cheap close-up lenses for the A12-50 camera unit but was not much impressed with what I achieved. Recently, however, I tried other close-up solutions and they worked quite well. Look here ...
  • Replied in XV - 1st Few"
    Nice shots! As far as I see it, the red museum shots are fuzzy due to camera shake (the first series has curious shutter speeds, though) -- not due to failure of 11-point AF. The museum shot in the ...
  • USM = Unsharp mask (I thought an explanation of the acronym might help...) You will find this method of sharpening in many photo editing applications. Best regards, Gerd
  • Photoreddi, Thank you for your reply and your considerations regarding the complexity, or subjectivity, of the circle of confusion (the name says it already...). When I wrote that the camera ...
  • Just a short addition! On the Ricoh focus scale, it is hard to see whether the DOF far limit is close to infinity, at it (about... = hyper focal distance) or way beyond (suboptimal focusing...). ...
  • Thank you Tom for your praise and your ideas. I am considering to publish them on my site as time permits. I am also thinking about in which form I will do this (perhaps as a "Suggestions for ...
  • Thank you that you find my Website useful. I hope that you will not be completely confused if should should return -- I just separated the Ricoh and Leica sections (with some tricky overlaps...). B ...
  • I do not know the Pentax cameras, but it reads as if you are right. So Ricoh might follow Pentax in the near future... Best regards, Gerd
  • I think the Canon idea is a good one, but it takes time to make the measurements. My proposal can lead to fast (pre-) focusing (depending on the exposure mode) und thus, should be well suited to ...
  • In another forum, I was asked to call my "invention" a proposal, because it does not yet exist. Perhaps, I should write a few words about it, saving you the time to read my Web page... My proposal ...
  • Daedalus, Thanks for your reply. My idea, or proposal, is much simpler than what Canon does. They analyze the scene to compute a focus with maximum DOF, my proposal doesn't. I just take the ...
  • Tom, Some years ago, I indeed believed that we would some day reach a "plateau" where there would be a certain "stability" in the world of digicams and that you could stick to a camera for quite ...
  • I am sure that someone invented it already, but today I re-invented it on my own: hyperfocal autofocus, a "new" autofocus mode that, at least, none of the cameras that I know of offers. See here ...
  • I am sure that someone invented it already, but today I re-invented it on my own: hyperfocal autofocus, a "new" autofocus mode that, at least, none of the cameras that I know of offers. See here ...
  • Joel, Perhaps you should give the Leica X Vario nevertheless a try -- I find it much more versatile than the GR. And you can return if if it does not suit you... Best regards, Gerd P. S.: I am ...
  • Ah, you were faster than me... Best regards, Gerd
  • Thanks that you found this useful. In case you did not find it yet, here are some size comparisons: http://www.waloszek.de/lxv_size_comps_e.php Best regards, Gerd
  • Sure, but without that cutout it would probably cost twice the price... Gerd
  • It's this one from Peak Design: https://peakdesignltd.com/store/every-strap-bundle (I bought the Leash/Cuff bundle and got  enough anchors to connect the two straps to three cameras -- X Vario, ...
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