Hussar43

Joined on Jan 21, 2021

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  • P51P28 wrote: Larry_T wrote: Greetings, I purchased a preowned D750 last fall and went with a new Nikkor 24-85 mm F3.5-4.5G ED VR as my walk around. I am now considering my first prime. I was all ...
  • I found after quite some time on the same track as you that the nikon 28mm 1.8g was the best 35mm out there for me. Worth a look.
  • Flash came in handy....just saying....
  • I would take the 50 and the 24. If portraits maybe the 24/120 instead. Not more.
  • That Ricoh have failed to address the dust issue so prevalent in the grii, is not a problem which I am prepared to tolerate. This issue and this alone will stop me buying the iii or iiix.
  • That Ricoh is incapable of producing a GR camera with a fixed lens without chronic dust problems is ridiculous.
  • Good idea thanks
  • Thank you for that, yes it's pretty handy. I am able to produce 90x60xm (36x24") prints with the GRII for sale. But that's the max. More tend to be 60x40cm. The only benefit I get using my 28mm ...
  • I do so agree. I bought a Think Tank which is a Velcro fest. Horrible thing and too heavy. It what a focus group thinks a camera bag should be.
  • Useful input. I have a GRII (which I love IQ is great) and want the x for the 40mm lens. Not sure if I should get the GRIII as well so that I am only using one interface /menu. Dont want to spend ...
  • I just couldn’t do that...
  • yup that works but you have to accept you will always be at max iso until your shutter speed is above the minimum.
  • Created discussion thread JJC Lens Cap
    Just briefly to say that I bought the JJC GR lens cap and have found it quite useful (a bit pricey for a piece of pressed metal). I don't know if it keeps dust out of the lens but I felt I have to ...
  • Replied in Domke owners?
    similarly you can never have enough camera bags..
  • Replied in Domke owners?
    I have the f 6 with the waxed cotton material but dont use it that much now. It does work in the rain. I have the canvas f 2 as well. That is the best bag ever made for carrying weight but too big ...
  • Sorry to tell you but that is not dust. It’s the rubber boot that seals the sensor disintegrating. As it ages and perishes bits of it fall off. You may have dislodged these fragments when you ...
  • I am in Germany, and they charge 78 euros, so once a year I can live with. Sometimes when i clean it myself I do a less than perfect job.  I agree about the camera size profile. Its a real pain. ...
  • The sensor cleaning disassembly of the GRiii may be different to the GR/GRii. You might want to ask for advice specific to the camera. I have done my grii many times and is fairly straightforward. ...
  • Thank you, very much appreciated, will have a look at it. Best wishes.
  • No desire to hijack your post but am interested in your comment on tripods. I currently have two. A Manfrotto be free that weighs a couple of pounds for hiking and a monster that is for the ...
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