This was the case of the man at a street fair in Texas taking pictures and the...
This is a headline on Drudge today. This is the first 'cops and photographers' story that
really bothers me. Very scary.<P><P>
Looks like a female Black Chin Hummingbird. The most common hummingbird in Texas. I
live out in the Hill Country. I feed using two one quart...
This is really nuts I know ..... but what if the N in the new mk II is for Nikon?
I know it couldn't happen. Canon could never put a Nikon...
I saw the original and it was a canon website.
Well said. You have an enviable mind. Thanks.
I only skimmed the responses. I'm probably repeating. Leslie Stroebel's "View Camera
Technique" explains everything.
For most field work a loupe is just a hindrance. I find that 3x reading glasses allow me to
fine focus quite exactly. If one is doing macro...
I'm hoping this is temporary. I NEVER look at OLD adds as I search the classifieds twice
daily at least.
Will this be fixed?
Looks like you got one heck of a deeply set recessed lens board as well.
It all depends on the rains. We should have a good year this time but if we don't get
regular rain thru April they sort of fizzle out....
Proactive? Heck, they're barely active.
Just reported by Michael Reichmann on his site luminous-landscape.com
To my mind the only advantage of 6x6 over 6x4.5 is that one does not have to turn the
camera for vertical shots. I don't care for the square...
This may be about as close as yer ever gonna get.
Unless you would be able to consider the Mamiya RB...
If you ever handle one of these with geared Orbix and an Arca Swiss binocular viewer on...
I don't much care about the feel of a landscape camera. Once it's bolted to a good tripod
it has NO feel. Now the controls are important as to...
Now would be a good time to wait and see how things shake out.
If you are not willing to do that then pick up a used Mamiya AF kit which you...
I guess this means I'll never see the $200 that Contax ripped me off for on my 35mm
Distqagon T I bought from B&H.
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