ericN2

ericN2

Lives in United Kingdom Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Retired Professional
Joined on Apr 2, 2005
About me:

Sony 35mm f1.8 lens - finally decided to add this to my Zeiss 24/1.8 - very excellent lens addition
Sony RX1r w. 35mm Zeiss lens - superb full-frame in a compact body
Nikon Coolpix A camera w. 18mm lens - APS-C Sensor and wonderful little camera
Sony Zeiss 24mm T* lens - what a superb lens .. old Zeiss standard for sure
Sony A6000 bought as Body only
Fuji X100S w. fixed 23mm lens
Fuji 35mm f1.4 lens
Fuji X-E2 with 27mm + 18mm lenses
Pana GM-1 [Black] Body - super compact for use mostly with Oly 17mm (below)
Oly 17mm f1.8 - really super lens on the GM-1
Canon G15 - incredible bargain buy - incredible camera !! .. lovely
Sony RX100 - excellent .. belies its compact size
Bought G3 - Mint as new - mostly for EVF+artic LCD - Excellent.. although still prefer the GX1
Bought Pana GX1 - MINT as new, VERY minor shutter count - Exc.
Olympus XZ-1 - finally got one at a good price - very nice small camera
Samsung NX10 with 30mm - 20-50mm - 18-55mm
Canon S95 now added - nice carryable one !
Oly E-P1 w. 14-42 lens .. originally used this camera with the 20mm Pancake lens
Pannie 14-45 lens bought separately to use with the E-P1 or the GF-1 , as fancied
Pannie 14mm Pancake lens - prefer this to the 20mm
Panny GF-1 .. bought with the super 20mm Pancake lens (lens since sold)
Ricoh GX200 - still nice camera to use - very good results
Fuji F31 - excellent vintage P&S
Panny FX150 - little mini-carry - excellent for pocketability
Canon Ixus800 (SD700) - VERY good little cam
Panny LX2
Panny TZ3
Fuji E900
Panasonic LC-1 (reminds me of Leica 'M' days !!) .. alas sensor gone bust ! .. now scrap !
Olympus 8080 - (lovely cam but unused now)
+ my old original first Canon G1, and even my very first ever digi-cam - Sony F55E - still works great !
Leica Minilux Zoom FILM cam - 'gold' look finish - real Leica one
.. and not forgetting my dear Hasselblad 2000FC w. 100mm f2 Planar - my treasure between 1982 and 1997 - alas now set aside and nobody wants ..

ericN2's recent activity

  • Yes - the very first day I received my Sony RX1r I took it outside for a sample shoot and cursed my luck as I dropped it on what was then a tarmaced drive ... probably getting to know the sort of ...
  • Quite correct ... see here... https://getfreephotoshop.com/adobe-photoshop-cs6-free-download-full-version-windows-10-mac/ ... and when d/loaded you get a ZIP file and when that is unzipped you get ...
  • Personally - if it isn't a sealed box item sealed and unused/unregistered then I wouldn't touch it.  There are a lot of dodgy versions about on this one... I've used Photoshop ever since about ver ...
  • As a self-confessed newcomer to the camera AND indeed perhaps to photography with this type of camera.. I haven't been through ALL the posts here but just a few seem to indicate this....   do try ...
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxdmHkWtTo4
  • When you ask the question about "which editor" it is almost certain that you will get such responses as 'use Photoshop or Lightroom' Excellent answers as such but highly out of reason for a ...
  • No ... you've lost a lot of detail and color.... it's too light.  What editor are you using ??
  • I hope you have got a copy of the very full User Manual for your old Nikon.... Nikon COOLPIX P510 Reference Manual: Zoom Memory; Startup Zoom Position If so... look at page 184 for Zoom Control ...
  • It may initially put you off a bit because it doesn't have 'zoom' facilities (I've never bothered the least with zoom in any of my cameras for most of my life.. but of course that's my choice...) ...
  • It seems pretty clear really - there are often a number of various cameras like this on Ebay sites - the Seller simply meant that the camera - as you buy it - is NOT in working order and  if ...
  • Nanci - Well... NOW is your chance to try one..for the few miserable £/$ they are..PLEASE do.. and do NOT give it up too easily..it may well seem a little bit different when you first fire the ...
  • Yes.. I had the Fuji X-Pro1 for a short time but found it  bit too 'bulky' feel for my small hands but I also had the Fuji XE-2 (which I think I may still have somewhere (!!)... both very ...
  • Why bother doing that and probably spoiling the camera when you can buy for a few quid/bucks an excellent ready-made one.. I used to use one of this type years ago... made by a good-name firm I ...
  • 58 years to my own knowledge.. when I was using one on my Leica M2/3 then... and am sure for any many years before !!    a huge credit to Fuji for carrying on the old tradition ...and shame on ...
  • Nanci Yes they will .. they all have the same thread in the shutter button and any soft-release button will fit any camera that does have the threaded release button.. quite surprisingly many ...
  • I've ALWAYS used caps with a string attachment and what I always do is to simply have it attached to the left-side lug then when in use I just take of the cap...'cup' it in my LEFT palm which on ...
  • Nanci - It does not surprise me that you are a bit uncertain what I mean when I speak of a "soft release button" THIS is just an example of one - it is quite small and just simply screws onto the ...
  • Hello ...  wow... Los Angeles area.. well that's a long long way from us here - I'm in North Staffordshire, England, which I always regard as just about bang in the middle of England.  Mainly an ...
  • Whilst totally accepting all the added features of the Mk.4 ,  just a reminder that for a lot of folk like myself it is not all that vitally necessary for a high number of general pics to have ...
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