Julio Sánchez

Lives in Spain Madrid, Spain
Joined on Aug 13, 2003

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On article DPReview TV: Apple M1 iMac vs. Intel PC for photo/video (485 comments in total)

I have 1000€ to buy a Pc, Do I buy a Mac or Windows system?
That is the question for me.

Link | Posted on Jul 18, 2021 at 11:42 UTC as 44th comment | 10 replies

I have a Edixa16 that uses strips of 16 mm. When I used it I made a film stripper with a wood block and two razor blades and then I reload the cartridges. Original film was dificult to buy

Link | Posted on Jun 21, 2021 at 09:52 UTC as 14th comment
On article Opinion: Do we really need all those buttons and dials? (897 comments in total)

OK, mr. Erik prefers "P" mode, I too and I wasdiscusing it with in the forum with some "M" mode lovers. With "P" you can correct the settings with other controls and get the values you want.

Link | Posted on May 10, 2021 at 09:10 UTC as 110th comment
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IamJF: This G620 looks great!
I'm searching for a not to expensive but useful enthusiast family photo printer with cheap ink refilling so I don't have to bother with every print someone does but quality is good enough for hanging family prints on the wall. Seems the right thing for that.

(btw - name is G650 in Europe? Don't they have more important things to do as separating names for different regions?)

make shure the new printer inyectors cleaning is easy like othen Canon Printers. Other festure is the both sides print

Link | Posted on Apr 22, 2021 at 10:22 UTC

I use a Canon MG5750 for home work and for two reasons: it print both sides and is very easy to clean the inyectors. I hope Canon G620 share the same things.

Link | Posted on Apr 22, 2021 at 10:20 UTC as 6th comment

Not everythings are business

Link | Posted on Nov 16, 2020 at 11:35 UTC as 1st comment

No es mucho lo que usted pide si encuentra quien se lo pague.
It is not too much that you ask for the lens if you find someone that pay for it.

Link | Posted on Aug 19, 2020 at 19:05 UTC as 83rd comment
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matteroner: To me shooting film is great, but it takes at least medium format to get me interested. 35mm film is just so many shots on a roll and in the end, the resolution has much to be desired, also these little cameras break quite frequently, they're usually all plastic and become paper weights pretty quickly.

And many others where sharp.
When I buyed my Konica TC2 with Konica lenses was because the lens are sharp. When my father trow away a Edixa 50 mm. lens and buyed a Schneider one was because the Edixa quality was not good and the Schneider was sharp.

Link | Posted on Jul 31, 2020 at 17:43 UTC

I'm rich!
This was one of the latest pocket cameras y buyed and was very Good I buy this to replace a Rollei 35 because it has a flash and the rollei with a external falsh was not ok for the pocket.

Link | Posted on May 16, 2020 at 16:24 UTC as 16th comment
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Julio Sánchez: Many cameras had changed my photografic life from the time ma father buyed a SLR, this was a EDIXA it has, still working, interchageable lenses and the viewfinder exposure times up to 10 sec. The second was a Konica T2 with very shap Konica lenses.
In the digital world my FZ50 is enjoyable, the best color I have had. I still use it sometimes.

In this time for the pocket I have, still working, a Ricoh G8 that at this time to have a 28mm equivalent was fine and the quality was very Good too,

Link | Posted on Apr 2, 2020 at 17:09 UTC

Many cameras had changed my photografic life from the time ma father buyed a SLR, this was a EDIXA it has, still working, interchageable lenses and the viewfinder exposure times up to 10 sec. The second was a Konica T2 with very shap Konica lenses.
In the digital world my FZ50 is enjoyable, the best color I have had. I still use it sometimes.

Link | Posted on Apr 1, 2020 at 12:54 UTC as 26th comment | 3 replies
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Julio Sánchez: For calculate the procesing time I always used the called "drop test" that lets you calculate the time with Independence of temperatura and developer aging.
this Works as follow:
take the initial extreme of the film and put a drop of developer on it. Initialy the drop gets a Little lighter in color after the drop takes the same color and inmediatly starts to get darkest.
Count the time in seconds from the moment you put the drop and it became s Little dark. Divide this time by 4 and this is the developing time.

Try and learn the exact point when the film start to get darker.
This was my main procedure to develop film

Link | Posted on Apr 1, 2020 at 12:04 UTC

For calculate the procesing time I always used the called "drop test" that lets you calculate the time with Independence of temperatura and developer aging.
this Works as follow:
take the initial extreme of the film and put a drop of developer on it. Initialy the drop gets a Little lighter in color after the drop takes the same color and inmediatly starts to get darkest.
Count the time in seconds from the moment you put the drop and it became s Little dark. Divide this time by 4 and this is the developing time.

Link | Posted on Mar 31, 2020 at 14:42 UTC as 91st comment | 2 replies
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Hugo808: Now that would tempt me if I wasn't already spoken for, I especially like the EVF. Good to see Canon mirrorless getting top reviews s they always made a nice camera but never seemed to crack the new market.

Can you shoot sports with a large tele and without a EVF?

I don't know why EVF is not part of the camera and not a option.

Link | Posted on Nov 25, 2019 at 19:51 UTC
On article Best cameras for landscape photography in 2021 (1105 comments in total)
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Julio Sánchez: Very small diferences between the cameras and some of the pros and cons are subjetives.
The best camera needs a very good lens that is the key IMO.

OK, things are not so simple. Dynamic range, resolution, the whole chain from the begining until you have a print.

Link | Posted on Nov 17, 2019 at 19:03 UTC
On article Best cameras for landscape photography in 2021 (1105 comments in total)

Very small diferences between the cameras and some of the pros and cons are subjetives.
The best camera needs a very good lens that is the key IMO.

Link | Posted on Nov 16, 2019 at 20:40 UTC as 118th comment | 2 replies
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FrancoPhoto: I feel like an old man commenting over and over again on phone photography articles. When I stop to really think about it I just can't see why all the discussion. Phones are getting better at photography, period. This interests a lot of people and is causing a big impact on how people in general take pictures, period. The quality coming out of modern phones is more than enough for most people, period. Camera sales are going down and the number of photos taken is going up, period. It may not interest you, good! It may be garbage to you, good! Maybe, to you, phones will never ever replace cameras, not even for a sunday walk in the park with your dog, gooood for you buddy :)

My DSLR Will stand for several years more while my pone in 2 or 3 years Will be replaced.
None phone camera Will work as well as a DSLR. Ok, DSLR is realy big compared to the phone. That is because profesional photographers use phones all the time and not Hasselbland cameras

Link | Posted on Nov 13, 2019 at 20:23 UTC
On article Hands-on with the Canon EOS M200 (163 comments in total)

No viewfinder?

Link | Posted on Sep 28, 2019 at 13:16 UTC as 9th comment

Very well explained. This is what I had learned by myself after years of experience.

Link | Posted on Sep 3, 2019 at 15:40 UTC as 15th comment

but a optical viewfinder is a optical viewfinder and for me the only problem with a DSLR is wheight.

Link | Posted on Aug 15, 2018 at 12:45 UTC as 31st comment | 3 replies
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