Cole-Scott

Cole-Scott

Lives in United States United States
Has a website at www.ColeScottPhoto.com
Joined on Dec 8, 2010

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  • Thanks, I'll give them a try.
  • Suffice it say, the Kodak is not a prime camera for taking action photos.  I checked Lenmar's site and could not find batteries for the DCS Pro.  They must have stopped making them.  I've no idea ...
  • Every try shooting a ski racer at ISO 6? ;-)  I may try some new batteries though.  Who have you found to be the most reliable supplier?
  • I use LR & RPP and agree w/ you about color processing...but not about shelping all those big batteries, sacrificing high ISO shooting performance or pp noise &/or moire issues. Even w/ all that, ...
  • I still love the results I get from the SLR/n but will also admit that it sits on the shelf more than my other cameras.  That has more to do w/ the relative ease of use and processing w/ the ...
  • Excellent point and I will let them know.  Will see how it goes....
  • To follow up on this, here is the response from Yongnuo: At present, all the YONGNUO products are mainly designed and developed for Canon DSLR cameras and Nikon DLSR cameras. We are sincerely sorry ...
  • AlexeyD wrote: Kodak does not support i-TTL. It supports D-TTL so the flash needs to be compatible. The last Nikon flash that worked with it was SB-800 and that is because it was the last one that ...
  • Yes, I can (and have) tried setting the triggers on manual. No luck thus far... but I've really been too busy to spend much time messing w/ it.  Hopefully, I'll have some time to play around w/ it ...
  • I just purchased the Yongnuo YN-622N-TX wireless flash i-TTL radio trigger w/ two YN-622N transceivers and all work great on my Nikon D bodies with remote SB700 & SB600 flashes... in all modes ...
  • Lightweight, built tough and inexpensive too. Hard to beat it on Kodaks or Nikons
  • Thanks for this.  Not needed now but very nice to know it is there when/if needed.
  • Thanks for the info. It pretty much confirms what I've heard from others.  Will give it a try in the next few weeks.
  • The older 35-70mm f.28 AF-D Macro has always done well for me on the SLR/n.  I've thought about upgrading it but just love the lens.
  • Created discussions Teathering
    Seems Kodak Camera Manager will not run under Mac OS 10.9 Mavericks, since it uses Power PC, which is no longer supported.  If anyone knows of any viable teathering software options, it would be ...
  • Pec Pads are lint free, I'm not sure Kimwipes are?
  • you mean like Post It notes?  Interesting.  I'd worry a bit about them leaving some residue, since they were not designed for sensor cleaning.
  • Created discussions Sensor Gel Stick
    Wondering if anyone has any experience w/ this product? http://photographylife.com/product/sensor-gel-stick I've heard some good things so far and it is supposed to be easier than the Eclipse swabs ...
  • Replied in DCS Pro SLR
    Perhaps not worth it to you. But there are a fair amount of photographers who like the DCS Pro and still shoot w/ it, in spite of also owning additional latest/greatest technology cameras.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Deer Hunter
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    Placed 15th in the challenge. Headed Home - Score 1 for Bambi
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