sjstremb

sjstremb

Lives in United States St Louis, USA, MO, United States
Works as a Professor of art/photography
Joined on Dec 14, 2001

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  • First, do a search on this forum, lots of posts about DROBO's pro and con. I have two a 4 and a 5 bay, and I have been happy enough with them and in the many years I have used them have not lost ...
  • I use one (the Lens Mate) for both my X100S and my X pro. Before I had one I was always moving the over/under dial and other controls. With it, no problems at all. It may be expensive but its ...
  • Created discussions X Pro Repair Experience
    There was a post recently about a bad Xpro-1 repair experience and I wanted to relate what happened to me recently. My X pro, which I purchased used, but had a very low shutter count, like under ...
  • "Steve" at the Fuji Repair in Edison said the price actually just went down for the part cost, the older the camera he said, the cheaper the shutter.
  • Just shipped off my Xpro, a new shutter and a replacement rear LCD screen which was scuffed is $245. not bad considering what a Nikon shutter costs.
  • My Xpro shutter is going bad, dragging on one edge at the mid range speeds and I fear it needs to be replaced. Anyone know what the cost of a shutter for this model is? I have been waiting for the ...
  • While I would not disagree with any of the comments here, no one mentioned the N90. I currently have a F2, and a F5 and love shooting both. I picked up a very clean F5 for only $250 but it a lot ...
  • I have used Proofline Luster and use the Epson Premium luster ICC profile and find it a very close match. This paper is very, very similar and I would not be surprised if it was not made in the ...
  • You got some good advice here, but I would add one thing. The rear LCD is very prone to scratching, so I recommend one of those stick on screen savers for the rear. I have a bunch of Nikon DSLR's ...
  • I am not a pixel peeper, I just take photos and evaluate the results by looking at the over all image. I have shot three commercial jobs in the past few weeks with the new 20mm and I think its a ...
  • Here are a couple of jogs without any kind of adjustment, with the exception of re-sizing for uploading. I am actually very happy with it and I have even done some figure in the landscape work ...
  • Replied in 20mm f/1.8G
    I took delivery of my 20 mm today, its seems well built, not flimsy or too plastic like. The AF is very crisp and the f1.8 is very bright in the viewfinder of my D800. I shot some this afternoon a ...
  • Replied in 20mm f/1.8G
    I actually have a 14-24 with a D800 and its a lot of camera to carry around for any length of time for me personally. I have an older 20 mm AF (not the D) and although it was fine for my F100 film ...
  • I have both a 14-24 and one of the older 20 mm AF (not the D model) lenses and yes, I plan on getting the new 20 mm, no so much for the 1.8 but for the improved optics. I've always liked the 20, I ...
  • Epson printer parts have a predetermined number of prints they will make (an estimate really), the print head, ink pump, etc. It's like a printer version of Logans Run if you'll allow the 70's ...
  • I went to the Adobe RAW forum and it is an Adobe problem, they posted a link to the site with instruction for a fix, which I ran and I think it works. http://helpx.adobe.com/bridge/kb/acr-84-bridge ...
  • I am not saying its a bug or anything, but I ran the CS6 update and camera raw update and it did a number on my version of photoshop. When using the Bridge CS6 downloader it no longer allows me to ...
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