Ned-B

Ned-B

Lives in United States San Clemente, CA, United States
Joined on Jan 5, 2002

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  • Hi Tom, Thanks, maybe I will post a few 67 images once I get some keepers. A few folks might appreciate images from a piece of film that's almost the same size as a GRD IV body:) I actually had a ...
  • Harold, Thanks for the feedback on the lenses you used with your 67. Ned
  • Thanks, the 105 is already on my "get" list. Everyone I talk to says it's fantastic. I've also heard good things about the SMC 55 f/4 which has a 28mm FOV. Ned
  • Hi Harold, Glad this brought back good memories. It's an early version of the 6x7 with MLU. I already found the original strap from a dealer in Japan and the wood grip is in transit. Also bought a ...
  • Created discussions My GR has a big brother
    I'm perfectly happy with my current GR and will likely be pleased with the refinements Ricoh has incorporated into the new model. So rather than dwell on new camera speculation, thought I'd show ...
  • Tom, Your points mirror Thom's criticism of Olympus' lack of transparency about the financials of their camera group. I pointed out in my comments that many companies, including Ricoh, used a hobby ...
  • I was glad to see that Thom participated in the discussion.
  • Mike Johnston, The Online Photographer, has an interesting post based on Thom Hogan's recent article about Olympus running their camera group as a "hobby business". There are quite a few comments ...
  • Hi Wilson, thanks for sharing. Great series. Obviously the GR is in good hands...meaning you've got a good eye! Cheers, Ned
  • Thanks A, glad you liked the baby carriage! Cheers, Ned
  • Thanks Max. I've always preferred prime lens, so zooming with my legs is all I know:) These were shot in RAW and cropped square as they were posted on Instagram. Ned
  • Nice capture Rube. Was that spontaneous or were you checking out her legs...then noticed the bag:) Cheers, Ned
  • Thanks for looking at these Rube. I also liked the guitar player, but my favorite of the day was the dog in the baby carriage:) Cheers, Ned
  • Created discussions Classic Woodie Car Show
    I haven't posted here in awhile, but thought a few of you must be car lovers. Last Saturday was the annual Doheny Wood, the all-woodie car show, hosted by the SoCal Woodie Club held at Doheny ...
  • Alex Munoz, a photographer in LA, has been shooting with the 70-200. Here's his initial reaction... http://instagram.com/p/0lebpPBrsg/ Cheers, Ned
  • Replied in Rare PZ-1
    Joe, What I do know from 40yrs in design and marketing of laser & ink-jet printers, scanners, imaging software and cameras is that many refinements and improvements are iterative:) Cheers, Ned
  • Replied in Rare PZ-1
    It is a cool design Jason, but not sure you'd want to shoot with it in bright sunlight:)
  • Replied in Rare PZ-1
    But at least it's light proof:)
  • Replied in Rare PZ-1
    Thanks Joe, glad you liked it. Never actually used a PZ-1, but I'm enjoying shooting film with the LX. What a beautiful, compact design with great ergonomics! Cheers, Ned
  • Replied in Rare PZ-1
    Who knows, there could be one on its way :-)
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