Jenny Tremlett

Lives in United Kingdom Surrey, United Kingdom
Works as a Insurance, Photography
Has a website at
Joined on Mar 14, 2006

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  • Replied in Luminar recap
    I have been using it as a plug-in to Lightroom and for that it has been great.  I really like it.  It is now my go-to plug-in for final finishing tweaks.  The batch processing, however, I am not ...
  • Replied in X-T2 Freezing.
    I don't believe it is the card at fault. I was using two different cards at the time of my freezing issue. Both were UHS II. One was a Sandisk Extreme Pro 32gb 280mb/s and the other was a Toshiba ...
  • Replied in X-T2 Freezing.
    It is irrelevant what it says in the manual as I am telling you what happened - the battery in the camera drained first, which I was glad at the time for because it meant I didn't have to keep ...
  • Err, why are you singling out the "mirrorless crowd"? Would the DSLR "crowd" be any more happy?

  • If it was intended to be funny, it didn't come across that way.  It seemed rude and rather unnecessary.
  • I have found the same.  I mainly use my 100-400 for wildlife and zoo trips, but I have found it does a quite nice job at "macro" or at least flowers and insects.
  • Hi I have Luminar.  I pre-ordered it and have been playing with it for the last week.  I really like it.  It has some great tools.  However, as the initial launch came without batch processing, I ...
  • Replied in X-T2 Freezing.
    Mine did the opposite - it spent the battery in the body first and then the ones in the grip.  This was useful at the time, because when the one in the body was spent I didn't have to unscrew the ...
  • Replied in Luminar
    I pre-ordered it at the special rate (previous customer) and downloaded last night.  After having a play I think it is very quick and intuitive and has some really good tools, some of which aren't ...
  • Jenny - you've missed the point entirely. How many people take their DSLR with them all the time? Not many. And yet, how many people carry their mobile phone with them all the time? It doesn't...

  • I disagree. I have an a little iPhone SE that I use JUST for photography. Does it take the place of my big gun Fuji X-T2 and lens arsenal? Nope, but it is the camera I always have with me and it...

  • Jennysaurusrex - ah, but can you make a phone call or surf the net on your D5500 or D7200, and then slip it in your pocket? ;0)

    "The best camera is the one you have with you"

  • The average person doesn't need manual control of their camera. The vast majority, in fact. And if they had it, they wouldn't know what to do with it. I believe Apple took the right approach...

  • Another vote for ProCam 4. It pretty much has everything I want:

    RAW or RAW + JPEG
    Shutter Priority or Manual
    Manual Focus with focus peaking
    White balance adjustment
    Live histogram
    Grid with...

  • No. I meant the Mk2 versions of both lenses. I owned the 70-200 f4 L. Nice lens. Not sure I agree it beats some of the better Fuji glass, though. The 15-85 definitely doesn't.
  • "My take on it..... my X Pro-1 and XT-1 provided the same IQ I got from my 5DMKII. Fuji glass including the pro line) is not Canon L glass but is better than Canon kit glass." ...
  • Please read all the thread (and the listed threads), faster cards make no difference to the lock-up problem. I was using Sandisk 280mb/s cards. The new batteries make no difference either. I had ...
  • This problem has already been reported on the forum Here: and here: It isn't anything to do with the ...
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