jfw

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Joined on Mar 5, 2003

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  • Very interesting Iliah... and surprising (at least to me!).  Clearly I guessed wrong on the CFA-type being the same for both cameras. I am going to chase down the answer to your original question ...
  • Iliah, I don't know the answer to your specific question.  What I do know is that C1 supports the immediate descendant of the G1, that being the G3... and I'm guessing they have the same CFA type ...
  • Created discussion thread Old G1 Raws into C1 Pro?
    Does anyone have a method to convert old G1.CRW raw files into a raw format (not TIFF) that C1 Pro will import? Sure, I could convert to TIFF and import (that's what I'll do if I have to) - but I'd ...
  • Hi again.  I realize you aren't likely to take my advice (which, of course, is perfectly fine).  But I'll send you one more volley here: (1) I wouldn't buy the subscription either, agreed.
  • Replied in Wake Up Nikon!
    And don't forget the really great 24-70S f/4 @ $996 purchased separately... & less when purchased in a kit.
  • Hi Starfly, I'm not trying to take a poke at you, so please don't read my comments that way.  But here's how your post reads to me: Starfly is a guy that: (1) Has several thousands of dollars of camera ...
  • David, I switched to Capture One Pro (C1P) a while ago (from Lightroom) and love it.  I print on my Epson 7900 from C1P all the time.  Results are good. My experienced-based thoughts: don't ...
  • Best response in the whole thread, Ellis.  QED.
  • They are. Cheers.
  • Last couple of systems I've bought from Maingear .  Good systems.  No bloatware (other than what you can't get rid of on Win10 from MS).  And when you call support, they actually pick up the ...
  • Dennis, I just went to Greenland last September . As usual, the answer depends a bit on what/ where you're going to shoot. Here's a few thoughts: (1) If you are going to be shooting from a Zodiac in an ...
  • If you want that exact focal length range (70-200), as opposed to others like 70-300, then I agree with those that have said "buy the f-mount f/4".  I've had my 70-200 f-mount f/4 for years.  Now ...
  • Created discussion thread zoom lens portfolio musings & plans
    Events like the recent release of the 24-200mm make me consider/ re-consider my plans for my eventual zoom lens portfolio on the Z.  Stany put up some good stuff on the new lens. (Sorry for the ...
  • Update: I just bought the ultra-light plate myself (after I posted above)... works fine for what I want (I won't generally be using cables in the vertical position). One thing I noticed in practice ...
  • Replied in Eyes of a wasp
    David, can you give us some metrics - how long does it generally take you to do an image manually like this?  And why do you do it manually as opposed to using any software package that automates ...
  • RRS has 2 L brackets for the Z7: (i) the one recommended above by Mike and (ii) an ultra-light-L-bracket .  Anyone here have actual experience with the ultra-light version and can comment or ...
  • Hi Greg, After using 1 Z7 and 1 D800 for over a year, my personal answer to this question recently became "none".  I bought a second Z7 and gave the D800 to my niece. For my applications, there is ...
  • Perhaps Jim.  But it looks good so far from all the shared experiences...
  • Tom, my CFE reader hasn't yet arrived, so I can't yet read it on my PC.  And I don't know of a way to get this info in-camera.  Sorry.  Will update when reader arrives if you haven't gotten your ...
  • I just pulled the trigger on a SECOND Z7... so, between you and I we can definitely take these rumors to the bank! That said, I'm tickled pink with my two Z7's... so pretty sure I'll be able to ...
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