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Ned-B

Ned-B

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

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  • Replied in GR Remote app
    My pleasure, Sal! Ned
  • Replied in GR Remote app
    Assuming you're using an iPhone, swipe down on any website (in this case GR Remote) that you're viewing and this bar will appear. Click on the arrow button to add an icon of the website to your ...
  • Here's a link to the GR 1 user manual (pdf). I think page 80 or thereabouts might help you with these settings. http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/english/r_dc/support/manual/pdf/grd/GR_DIGITAL_E.pdf C ...
  • You forgot what the GR exterior feels like:) Maybe not the best image, but here's a comparison of the two bodies I posted on Instagram awhile ago. https://instagram.com/p/4UpXLxi2k7/ They're ...
  • Thanks Mike! There's a reason I have no glacier shots. Our departure from Seward was delayed by 8 hrs. There was a fatal accident on the main road from Anchorage which stranded 500 passengers and ...
  • Created discussions GR photos from Alaska
    I just came back from a cruise through the Inner Passage of Alaska. I've started to go through my images and have a few posted on Flickr. Images were shot in DNG and processed using Camera Raw ...
  • Harold, thanks. I also enjoyed our brief meeting. I'm starting to plan a trip next spring to Europe and Belgium will be on the itinerary. Maybe we can briefly meet again. I know I'll have my GR ...
  • Jack, it was great meeting you and thanks for the coffee. Too bad we didn't have more time, we probably could have talked for a few hours about all things photographic:) If you're in Vancouver, ...
  • Kurt, I just came back from a trip to Alaska so I took this quick photo of the bag I've been using for my GR's the past two years. My wife says I have more bags than she has shoes. So when I first ...
  • Like you, I don't want to just throw the lens and hood in my bag as the soft rubber hood can be deformed quite easily. I found that a small 7oz yogurt container allows me to place the lens, rear ...
  • Sorry for the late reply. I'm glad you corrected me, I generally like to be accurate whenever I post something on forums:) It's a really nice filter optically. It's usually on my 35mm Cron, but ...
  • Replied in yes but...
    I agree with you that he should have used more restraint in his post. I only provided the link here as I was glad to see he had a decent back-up camera:)
  • He seems to have had a rash of bad luck with some Leica gear, but I do think he was a little emotional in this post. I'm looking forward to getting my Q to try out.
  • Created discussions Good thing Lloyd had a GR
    Lloyd Chambers (diglloyd) had a unfortunate experience with his brand new Leica Q, but his GR saved the day. http://diglloyd.com/blog/2015/20150711_1806-LeicaQ-AF-files.html
  • I was there several years ago and the crowd was only about 30k if my memory's right. Glad to see it's such a big show for SD and that it'll stay there for quite a few more years. Your GRD IV ...
  • Thanks Sal, it wasn't showing up when I searched their site. I'll check again to see if there were truly changes.
  • Sal, Can you provide a link to that quote? TechRadar hasn't reviewed the GR II yet:) I was told there was no change to the lens design and I've known this person for quite a few years. Cheers, Ned
  • Congrats! Looks like Germany is the first country to start shipping them. I had to return my loaner to Ricoh this week, and will probably not get my own until next week. Definitely try the new CTE ...
  • Sorry, I read the original post too quickly. As I frequently use the GH-3 with a filter and hood when doing our beach walks to counter bright sun and sand, I just assumed he was asking about that ...
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