J4Hug

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Works as a University lecturer (Radiography)
Has a website at http://agbr.smugmug.com
Joined on Jul 2, 2004

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  • Added 2 photos to their gallery
    Uitekleiv: https://agbr.smugmug.com/Travel/Norway/Lofoten-16/M1020553_DxO-2
  • Added 10 photos to their gallery
    P2160039-EditRed hut: Big Stopper usedRocks n waves: https://agbr.smugmug.com/Travel/Norway/Lofoten-16/Utakliev: ND grad and little stopperReine at dawn: ND grad usedP2220229-Edit-2Aurora (Cropped): 7-14 on a moonlit night
Many more at https://agbr.smugmug.com/Travel/Norway/Lofoten-16/Cool water & red shed: Big Stopper 40 secs
  • I have nothing but praise for the system, I have two Sash straps and the larger Slide that I don't use on the Olympus cameras (too big). The system is simple, light, inconspicuous in that it packs ...
  • Created discussion thread Olympus f4 300 or Panasonic 100-400?
    Sorry If I am reinventing a thread - I did look  but couldn't find a recent one. I will decide on one of these when I see side by side tests. Has anyone seen one? Has there been such a test yet? I ...
  • I had the Pany 7-14 f4 and found it had some CA on high contrast points, I loved it's portability but I think the Olympus 7-14 f2.8 is excellent on Oly cameras. It might be heavy but it is robust ...
  • Billy-no-mates here I'll answer my own question ;-) Found it! First /top page (1) at the bottom of the list with sequential / self timer etc :-)
  • Created discussion thread Time Lapse E-M1 Where on the menu?
    I know I have used Time lapse in the past but has the menu changed since the last firmware. I can't see it on the second page down any more
  • I agree, it is a surprising little package and once defished it does represent a good option as a very fast wide angle lens. I used mine when I went to Finland recently (it was THE main reason I ...
  • Added 3 photos to their gallery
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  • Amazing for the setup used. Really impressive considering, as many others have said, swallows are far from easy to catch when in flight! Thanks...
  • Replied in Some wet ones
    I just got back from a wet week in North Devon (Clovelly) . These are either with the 12-40 or the 40-150 on an EM1 or 5mkII (both lenses and camera are thankfully relatively immune to rain!) The ...
  • Added 9 photos to their gallery
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  • A great way to show your wares! The print quality and book size looks good too.
  • Replied in More images
    Some of my efforts with two types of filter holder all with a HiTech 0.9 grad. I am still looking for an opportunity to use a Big Stopper. All of these are at 7mm for the first two using the old 34 ...
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  • Replied in A sample
    Proof that the filter holder works! Nice picture. Even at 12 mm :-). Jerry
  • Thanks all. I will contact Olympus UK and see what they say. I had a feeling that the sensors were more sensitive because of the lack of filters and coating. As I bought mine in Singapore I think I ...
  • Created discussion thread EM5 II sensor cleaning.
    Yes even with a good cleaning mechanism sometimes there are the sticky ones! I have a visible spot on my sensor that won’t blow or brush away. It is white and  <1mm so haven't a clue what it is but ...
  • Replied in A sample
    I looked at your site. I see you like trains! Was that filter on the stationary trains using your own rails or Lee's?
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