Bernie Ess

Lives in Germany Garmisch, Germany
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Joined on Sep 11, 2001

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  • Not knowing how, but after doing the same deinstallation over and over again, I somehow managed to get the real driver installed - not the Airprint one! Now knowing how.
  • Thanks, Phil, I did remove Airprint driver as you describe, but when trying to add the correct driver, I get this box below where only one option shows up. When I select it - I always get the ...
  • Here I am again in late 2021, having had to reinstall the driver (meanwhile with Mac OS 12, but no new driver since  dec. 2020). Same problem again, I cannot seem to install anything but the  ...
  • Looking at the sample gallery, I see a big sea of greenish tones. Unattractive. Don't care whether the camera is fast or not, low noise or not.

  • @Mr. Bolton: same here - Fuji Jpegs have been - since ages - the best of all brands by far. Yes the first X- cameras had more limited DR therefore tendency to stroong contrast - in Raw no problem...

  • I can only wonder how people can find this overpriced. It has a great sensor, IBIS, a nice processor that delivers film simulations that no other manufacturer has, that alone is enough. For the...

  • It has an excellent sensor, IBIS (no other MF camera maker can do this), and is relatively compact. I'd take this any day over a NIkon Z7 or whatever.

  • I had the a7rII for 2 years, had to fight with the unattractive colors all the time, the viewfinder is dim in comparision, AF not good either. Once you shoot with a Fuji color is always right OOC,...

  • S2pro was my first serious digital camera and I was blown away by it's images. They looked like beautiful chromes, the body way a snail by today's standards, high ISO way only good up to ISO800, ...
  • ... and I re- sold it. Way too heavy for my (personal) taste. For low light situations even f2,8 is too slow, I then prefer my 35/1,4 or my 56/1,2. The 16-55 is sharp, but in prints you won't see a ...
  • I used both on stabilized (X-H1) and unstabilized (X-T1 + T3) bodies, for dimly lit concerts, musicals and such. 90mm is indeed not easy, you need at least 1/90s, if the person moves, better 1/125 ...
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