Roger

Lives in United States Portland, OR, United States
Works as a Working Pro for 30 years
Joined on Oct 3, 2002

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  • Replied in Minolta 9000
    Greetings The Minolta 9000 was the only film camera made by anyone that had both manual and Auto features. It was the only camera made that had a manual film advance and AF. It also could use auto ...
  • Greetings As has been said it looks like a light leak, but was it in camera or in the processing?  Could be the bellows, maybe a small pin hole? Is there a ISO window on the back? if so it could be ...
  • Replied in Scott
    Greetings Sigma Guys So Scott I'm not sure the parts are available any longer for the SD's any of them except the SDQ and SDQ-H.  I know the SD9, SD10, and SD14 are zero to none, maybe if you ...
  • Sorry just got your message. I've never bought from DPReview do you know how it works? Thank you Roger J.
  • Greetings Is the gear still for sale? Thanks Roger J.
  • Replied in Century Cactus
    Excellent shot Larry. I really enjoy the pattern and the points. Thank you Roger J.
  • She runs the Farmers Market, My son's friend with a new look/hair cut and earrings Enjoy Roger J.
  • Created discussion thread Canon imagePROGRAF IPF 5000 Drivers
    Greetings Printer People Hope your all well and staying healthy. So here's my issue. I have a Canon imagePROGAF IPF 5000 new in the box, (yes it's been sitting in the corner of my studio for a few ...
  • Greetings stay at home people One of the better ones I have is the 17-70 2.8-4 C lens.  The Art lenses are to big, and the 17-70 is better than carrying 2 or 3 Art lenses, and to be honest you ...
  • Your right I'm good for a long long time. When the digitals die I'll continue to shoot film. I have enough (8 digital) great cameras. 5 film cameras plus lenses to match that work with both camera...

  • Greetings If I had to guess I think/hope Olympus. Although I have 6 film bodies and lenses. What I'd like to see is a smaller, faster, stealth film camera. Here's a bigger question, how much longer ...
  • You mean gain?

  • Replied in Canon F1
    Greetings The F1 uses a FD mount, it's all manual and built to last a life time. The lenses are great and inexpensive. It will not use the EOS system. It's all on the photographer, the ball will be ...
  • Replied in There isn't much
    Greetings There isn't that much, maybe ISO AF but not enough to justify the price increase. As for the IQ you'll never see the difference unless your one of those the view every image at a 100% or ...
  • Greetings don't have it any more it was a Fuji ST605
  • Replied in here's a place
    Greetings Here's place that does good work. If you send a usb thumb drive they'll download to it. they were $3 a roll but are up to $3.75 for C41 and $8.50 for E6. www.citizensphoto.com Good luck R ...
  • Greetings Kelvin So am I Me as well Never heard of it. I have zero idea on this one I don't think they can, they're in it for the speed. 10-12 minutes in D76 at 68 degrees F will get you a ...
  • Greetings Film people Steven Seven wrote: Actually another somewhat fresh opinion I am starting to hear is that digital photography is dying. And this is happening due to two pressures: phones and ...
  • Replied in Yes!!
    Why would you trash your negatives???? You may need them later What happens if your computer crashes? Taking all you images with it? One of mine just did that, and yes I had back up on another hard ...
  • Created discussion thread What printer do you like
    Greetings My printer died yesterday so I'm in the market for a new one. Would like one that does 17 inches by 24 inches or more. Any ideas on what one, and why? It can be older or newer. I'm using ...
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