Paul Pasco

Paul Pasco

Lives in United States Evanston, IL, United States
Works as a sales
Joined on Jan 1, 2003

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  • I wanted to respond to this quickly as you may have decided to sell it all...again. 😉 I have had my 1st V1 since this coming Christmas of 2011. Man, time flies!
  • remember that the 90 days started from when your wife bought it, not when you open it. ;-)
  • Hey, but at least you get a new camera to play with once in awhile. ;-)
  • I think you posted in the wrong forum.
  • Replied in Weather. Huh!
    Hey Bob, no, didn't get the hail but did get a sloppy rain/snow at the same time a few days ago that turned to ice when the temp dropped. Last night we just had some snow flurries and today temps ...
  • Cool shot, like a giant creature coming out of the mist.
  • I'm definitely of the age to know the reference. The Moodys were one of my favorites back then. I recently scored a nice greatest hits LP of theirs to introduce my Daughter to them. And yes, by LP ...
  • In totally subjective terms I agree with André but as with a painting, sometimes a photograph doesn't have to be razor sharp to be pleasant or simply be a beautiful record of creature in it's habitat.
  • Nice!
  • Beautiful shot!
  • They are good flyers but as Tord said they take forever to take off. Those wings are very powerful as you would find out if you tried to get too close to their nesting area. When I was a youngster ...
  • Replied in Me too
    Yeah Bob, I have a second (white) one that came with a refurb J1 kit as well as a second 10-30. Still debating whether to spend the money to have it repaired and have a backup. Repair price is ...
  • There was a thread several years ago regarding the Nikon WC-E75, the original one with 52mm threads. the later version of it has an oddball thread that would be hard to adapt without a custom ...
  • Pretty good detail considering the modest lens. I like how you managed to get decent color for the sky. One of my best moon shots ever was taken just before sundown and to my eyes the sky was ...
  • You are aware you just responded to an over 2-1/2 year old thread, right?
  • Replied in SB-N5
    Since you mentioned a fast lens I thought I would pass on my experience with the SB-N5 used with the 18.5 lens. When I first got that lens I assumed that a faster lens would make the little flash ...
  • Replied in SB-N5
    I find that it can be very useful for closeup fill light when the camera is used in manual mode and you control the shutter speed as well as the aperture so that you can balance the light without ...
  • Hey, long time no see! Nice shot too. Surprised this didn’t show up as a “Seedeich in B&W” edition 😉 Lighting looks made for black and white too.
  • Very nice photo and cool story! Definitely creative thinking to save a lively building. How old is the structure?
  • There are a few reasons I like this lens too. In low light it focuses a little more quickly as well as allowing a higher shutter speed, however the 10-30 VR may actually get you a much lower ...
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