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Photographer, tech head, and extreme sport enthusiast.

I'm an amateur who likes to shoot everything from portraits to landscapes. My favorite venues are half way up a 14k mountain, Ontario in Fall, and the Mediterranean at sunset.

I love talking technology, new equipment, and Canon lenses.

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comment dropped a new fuji x100s
No, they aren't. Can you manually focus? Then you can test focus.
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comment dropped a new fuji x100s
Really this is a duplicate of the first question I linked to...
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answered dropped a new fuji x100s
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revised What should I look out for when buying a second-hand DSLR body?
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comment What ruins undeveloped film?
@MichaelClark I'm not saying its impossible, just that I'm skeptical. Most home darkrooms are basically closets anyways!
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revised Which of my lenses to choose for shooting the Milky Way? 17mm 2.8 or 10mm 4.5?
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answered Which of my lenses to choose for shooting the Milky Way? 17mm 2.8 or 10mm 4.5?
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comment DSLR battery drains out automatically even when turned off
@Guffa - Some cameras such as the Canon 6D will eat through a battery quite quickly due to the GPS. Why the GPS does that I'm not sure on but it does. Not saying that this issue is the same but who knows.
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comment “Hacking” the FujiFilm FinePix S3300
This isn't really a question. Asking for any ideas on how to hack a camera doesn't seem like anything that can reasonably be answered.
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comment What ruins undeveloped film?
@Michael I figured, but my closest still has light leaks along the floor and jams so I wouldn't call it light tight either.
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comment Is there a quick fix for a DSLR which was dropped 3 feet and now won't turn on?
Well it's not like it is a Nintendo NES cartridge that you can just blow into to get working again(myth). The fix is to take it to a repair shop(timely) or buy a new camera(quick) .
Aug
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comment Is it possible to adjust the user interface scaling in Lightroom on high-DPI display?
Yeah it is odd that the two won't work together on a feature that obviously has great benefits. It is also interesting that Microsoft seemingly doesn't mind Apples huge advantage on this already.
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answered Is it possible to adjust the user interface scaling in Lightroom on high-DPI display?
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comment Why HD broadcast camcorder pictures (still frame from video) more beautiful than DSLR?
@JamesSnell - I would direct you towards: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/9120/…
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revised Why HD broadcast camcorder pictures (still frame from video) more beautiful than DSLR?
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answered Why HD broadcast camcorder pictures (still frame from video) more beautiful than DSLR?
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comment Is there a quick fix for a DSLR which was dropped 3 feet and now won't turn on?
Yes, the quick fix is to buy a new one.
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comment What ruins undeveloped film?
Yes that too John. I love using old expired film for example.
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answered What ruins undeveloped film?
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comment How do I price product photography?
I would follow Jays formula here: photo.stackexchange.com/a/7442/4892