RJNedimyer

RJNedimyer

Lives in United States Altoona, PA, United States
Works as a Paramedic
Joined on Aug 3, 2001

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  • Ok! Lets assume you are correct .[ I have no evidence if you are or are not.] That it is funny to use DPReview to choose a lens . Where would you go to decide??????????? I know of NO place that is ...
  • Better Yes! Like Lightroom NO! That would be worse. Once again I personally do not like Lightroom and its setup is the primary reason; however, it would be nice to be able to choose or make your ...
  • Lightroom is the worst mainstream program I've tried {admittedly I gave up and did not try ver. 5 so this is a dated opinion}. A much better option in my opinion for someone new or experienced or ...
  • Just a few thoughts: 1. New cars no longer come with full gas tanks [usually slightly more than enough to get you to a gas station]. 2. Chrysler's Dodge Omni and Plymouth Horizon were very, very ...
  • I dropped Fuji as my primary camera due to the extremely poor ISO 1600 and the 10 second RAW to RAW shot time. Yes! That was years ago with the S9000. As much as I liked the S9000 and its ...
  • I can not tell you how to gain 2 full stops but let's talk about a third to a half stop. """""Simply""""" clear all color out of the sensors and make each sensor do 2 things, give the amount or ...
  • Not a hard question to answer if you increase the lens speed big deal you have 1 lens improved; however, improve the sensor and all of your lenses are in effect "faster". So, improve the sensor!!!!
  • I agree and rank PSP's RAW quality very high, [and really like the rest of PSP] BUT I often need to do many dozens to many hundreds of photos and PSP is a little slow at times. I dislike Light room ...
  • My suggestion is similar but different from Glenn's. Glenn make some very good suggestions; however, in this case I will differ and suggest you spend the extra money and go for Ver. X7 Ultimate as ...
  • Replied in its possible
    The following is my opinion and experience you may or may not see it the same. That's OK!! I started with 4X5" sheet film [for portraits, news, copy work {this was prior to scanners} sports {Fun, ...
  • Replied in Buying Local
    Well, Prefer to buy local; however, lets get real, Camera local $1495 plus $100 special order fee. On line Total $704. Flash unit Local was $300,  on line $185. Local 8' light stands exactly 2 ...
  • Created discussions Did I understand correctly????
    That DxO 10 removes deletes or cripples  features that were included in ver. 9 from the standard version??? If this is true I'll be looking for another system for RAW [NEF]. I would appreciate any ...
  • neither does anyone else ! That is why 9 is just around the corner. To me 8 is worse than 3.1, and millennium combined. I ordered a Laptop for my daughter as 8 came out specifically having win 7 on ...
  • Replied in I have had it
    If you are really getting the most of your D7100 and shoot a good deal of low light then if you are good at PP then I would seriously consider the D750 IF I could afford the cost of the lenses. The ...
  • Not me! I like my auto focus; and I even find Program mode very useful because it is very useful in times of quickly variable light. PS: all you would gain over setting the camera on MANUAL would ...
  • There is that fast and faster simply not with the slapping mirror systems [at least that I know of]. I had a Fuji 6900, 7000,  and 9000 and you could sync flash much faster than 1/500th second but ...
  • Replied in 6-8MP
    Well, I had a Fuji 6900 in 2001 [3mp] and was experimenting with it comparing its results with what was commonly called 35mm AKA 135. Group of about 71 or so at a family reunion. Compared with ...
  • I do not think so. Goto Imaging-resource[.com] and compare the Nikon D5300 with the Nikon D610 They are nearly equal in detail with some areas the D610 slightly better and some areas the D5300 ...
  • I more than doubled the number of pixels but even more important ISO 1600 on my last camera was not as good as ISO 6400 on my current one and the detail is obviously much better.
  • I've used 5X7" and 4X5" Sheet film cameras with good, bad and average results. I've used 110 through 2¼"X whatever [and a few larger odd ball sizes] roll film cameras with good, bad and average ...
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