Darrell Spreen

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Joined on Feb 13, 2000

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  • Replied in Sometimes, yes
    The digital camera reviews I have read over the years often remarked on the characteristics of the noise.  Sometimes they concluded the noise is very much like film grain and, in those cases, I ...
  • Soligor made lenses in just about every mount -- Nikon, Canon, Minolta, Fuji, Olympus, Pentax (bayonet & M42), and also some in T4 mounts which required an adapter. There are reviews of the lens ...
  • Epson has been a key player in EVFs for many years with a number of products. https://global.epson.com/innovation/topics/201605_01.html
  • In my teens, I bought a Canon movie camera (the early days of Canon in the U.S.) and needed some accessories that I was told weren't available in the U.S.  Being a bit naive, I simply wrote to ...
  • Created discussion thread Sadly forgotten
    At the San Ysidro churchyard cemetery in Corrales New Mexico.  The Catholic parish church dates back to 1869.
  • Thanks. I don't know what size is best to post any more. Many people seem to look at this site using a tablet or even a phone. I use a desktop monitor and I have decided to post images that are ...
  • Thanks.  I shot briefly with a 4x5 Crown Graphic, but only used "good old D-76".  With 35mm, I experimented more and settled on Edwal FG-7 which allowed some mild push-processing when necessary. ...
  • Thank you. You are right of course. I dug out Neblette's directory and it shows the same configuration for a Sonnar of the same focal length. (The Soligor was not so expensive, however) ;-)
  • I don't think I've posted on this forum for a very long time -- back during the first few weeks as I recall.  I hope this is appropriate. I was going through my old gear cabinet and decided to try ...
  • Created discussion thread B&W full frame sensors (in color)
    For those who remember the old days. Just cleaning out an old photography cabinet today. :-D
  • Here's the view on a very hazy day with a 380mm (effective) telephoto from the second level.
  • I think your wide-angle zoom will be very useful, but a moderate telephoto zoom is good for some distant viewing locations. I'd recommend that instead of a 50mm lens. (135mm effective focal length) ...
  • Created discussion thread Revisiting Amalfi
    Well.....only revisiting photos I took some years ago.   These colorful street scenes caught my attention in the files I saved.  Feel free to post yours and comment on these. regards
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