ericN2

ericN2

Lives in United Kingdom Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Retired Professional
Joined on Apr 2, 2005
About me:

Fuji X100S w. fixed 23mm lens
Fuji x-Pro-1 with 35mm f1.4 lens
Fuji X-E2 with 27mm - 14mm - 18mm lenses
Pana GM-1 [Black] Body - super compact for use with Pancake lenses I have
Oly 17mm f1.8 - really super lens on the GM-1
Canon G15 - incredible bargain buy - incredible camera !! .. lovely
Sony RX100 - excellent .. belies its compact size
Bought G3 - Mint as new - mostly for EVF+artic LCD - Excellent.. although still prefer the GX1
Bought Pana GX1 - MINT as new, VERY minor shutter count - Exc.
Olympus XZ-1 - finally got one at a good price - very nice small camera
Samsung NX10 with 30mm - 20-50mm - 18-55mm
Canon S95 now added - nice carryable one !
Oly E-P1 w. 14-42 lens .. originally used this camera with the 20mm Pancake lens
Pannie 14-45 lens bought seperately to use with the E-P1 or the GF-1 , as fancied
Pannie 14mm Pancake lens - prefer this to the 20mm
Panny GF-1 .. bought with the super 20mm Pancake lens
Ricoh GX200 - still nice camera to use - very good results
Panasonic LX3 w.leather case (now gifted to Grand-daughter)
Fuji F31 - excellent vintage P&S
Panny FX150 - little mini-carry - excellent for pocketability
Canon Ixus800 (SD700) - VERY good little cam
Panny LX2
Panny TZ3
Fuji E900
Panasonic LC-1 (reminds me of Leica 'M' days !!) .. alas sensor gone bust ! .. now scrap !
Olympus 8080 - (lovely cam but unused now)
+ my old original first Canon G1, and even my very first ever digi-cam - Sony F55E - still works great !
Leica Minilux Zoom FILM cam - 'gold' look finish - real Leica one
.. and not forgetting my dear Hasselblad 2000FC w. 100mm f2 Planar - my treasure between 1982 and 1997 - alas now set aside and nobody wants ..

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  • Yes.. well I'm not casting any criticisms on Hugin but thinking mostly of the quite often quoted and several cheap or cheaper programs that are offered to do Panos..  and I've seen a number of ...
  • For many years I've used ARCSOFT PANOMAKER for panos and have found it really excellent. I've no full comparisons with every program that purports to make Panos but I've tried just a few others ...
  • Depends mostly I'd say on the sort of terrain of ground between the remote location and your main place. If it's fairly flat or without any big hilly areas, I'd think you should get a decent ...
  • I've done a lot of camera-buying over the years and some have certainly been from either local Dealers (when we had any !!!) although quite a few have been from such as Ebay Dealers. Frankly I've ...
  • I haven't read all the responses here to yours but in spite of what other advice you may have received - and I think from just one or two I HAVE read anyway ..  I'd just like to give my own honest ...
  • I have to agree with everything said about PicturesToExe.  It's quite awhile now since I last used the program but that is ONLY because quite honestly I'd forgotten all about it.  I have used ...
  • I've only just seen this thread and now read through the problem you've had and all the replies so far - none of which I think seem to have given much of a solution and I'm sorry to hear that this ...
  • Yes ..  as you may well remember .. the bright-line frames in the finders of the M2/M3 WERE different and why I eventually settled on the M2 was simply because I used the 35mm lens with the superb ...
  • Hi there ..  I'm pleased to hear of another fellow soul-mate so far as the M2 & M3 is concerned. I had to wait a LONG time before I could afford one in those days.. got an M3 first as a really ...
  • OH..thanks for clarifying that - I'm not familiar with any NEW Leica digitals...
  • Maybe he just isn't aware of what prices this model can be advertised at ?... OR - is that some sort of mark on the body just about 10 o'clock to the lens mount ? OR - has he seen such as this one ...
  • joy - Speaking for myself.. I am an old guy now but back in the 1960's or so I had two Leica cameras - the M2 and M3 - and they were without a doubt the joy of my life at that time - there really ...
  • The only trouble is ...  the D-Lux 109 is surely WAY bigger than what the OP originally asked about.  Apart from the EVF rubber housing sticking out quite a bit at the back, the whole front lens ...
  • It is indeed.. even with a 14mm Pancake fitted (as I used for the first 6 months or so with it) it is STILL very positively a "shirt top-pocket" camera.. that is a certain fact.   There is NOTHING ...
  • I have to agree of course - the OP here is literally asking the impossible.. there is just NO camera of the sort of quality he implies it to be (he's not I think actually given - just hinted - at ...
  • The original GM-1 still beats any other..as a body that is.. but with probably the Mk.II 14-42 it makes still a VERY small camera but with high quality possible as I well know - having had the ...
  • Have you tried hitting the "Esc" key ... or.. do a Shutdown/Restart ...
  • OPANDA Power EXIF sounds like it just may be the program for you. Even the free version will enable anyone to do quite a few things with EXIF data but for such as what you want I think it would ...
  • That's not fair !! ...  look what you got for FREE ... IN-LAWS !!!
  • I'm in UK and as far back as I can remember now..  I've just NEVER had an installation CD with any new computer bought. It just seems that hardly anybody here now supplies a CD - there is always a ...
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