AlexeyD

AlexeyD

Lives in United Kingdom Hampshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Software Engineer
Has a website at http://www.aletan.com
Joined on Feb 10, 2006
About me:

Cameras: Kodak SLR/n x 2

Nikkors: 17-35 f/2.8 AFS,
28-70 f/2.8 AFS,
50mm f/1.4 AF-D
Sigma: 24mm f/2.8 (manual)
MF Lenses:
Carl Zeiss Biometar 120mm f/2.8 MC with P6 adapter
Mamiya Sekor 80mm f/1.9 with chipped adapter
Pentax 67 45mm f/4.0 on Mirex T/S adapter for Nikon

AlexeyD's recent activity

  • For windows and "very slow" - use it in fast processing mode (it will use raw preview and be massively faster), then when happy just change it back to full raw processing and save.
  • Updated the links to AdobePatcher to support ACR 8.7 and Lightroom 5.7 on Windows/ Mac version of patcher continues to work fine. This is to make ACR/Lightroom/DNG Converter to work correctly with ...
  • From the words of those who tried it - it does not work. Something has changed in Mamiya protocol perhaps or body resistance is different from Mamiya AFD (this is how Pro Backs determine the type ...
  • Totally agree - Kodachrome in good hands was just magical.
  • For owners of Pro Back 645M After perpetually forgetting that Pro Back is a crop, I have madel various types of viewfinder masks for Kodak ProBack 645 Mamiya. You can download them here . How to make.
  • Thanks but to be able to use any of that I'd need to know characteristics of original one and I don't, hence the post.
  • Created discussions Kodak Proback 645 IR filter
    Does anybody know the characteristics of the IR filter glass for Probacks? With their supply now non existent, I'd like to find a source for replacement. The problem I have (I think I have) is that ...
  • Sure - there is a bracketing setup button
  • Controller is a chipset on a card that actually reads and writes to the memory and implements CF interface. SLR/n with firmware 5.4.9 and 5.4.10 are quite sensitive to the controller type used and ...
  • The card and controller used make a huge difference but not in a sense you describing. Adding USB to the mix imho just adds to the confusion.
  • What does Kodak SLR/n has to do with USB speed??
  • The SLR/n has the latest sensor. Only 14n were upgraded.
  • Lucky you I was nearly too late - all the maples in Winkworth (where these photos were taken) shed their leaves by now.
  • Part 2
  • Created discussions Kodak colours (autumn)
    A few autum photos from recent outing to keep the thread going.
  • Just a piece of advice - you will have more luck selling it separately rather one huge kit.
  • No but then there is no need - ISO 100 would do just fine here and if there is low light well as I said it's not for Kodak then. Batteries I used Lenmar -they were the best. But as I said I ...
  • The only problem I can relate to in your list is low-light/high ISO - SLR/n is definitely not the camera for that. All the rest you mention is really a matter of usage. Moire in the tandem ...
  • I am exact opposite - the colour comes out easily in PP from Kodak DCRs unlike any Nikons that I owned. In that respect the processing of Kodak raws is a lot easier. Mind you I do not use LR for ...
  • Replied in Kodak colours
    Its already here http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52172866 I'll also publish it on my site eventually. Someone willing to do a PDF can go ahead and make it (perhaps with nice pictures), but I ...
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