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Crimsonblood

Member Since 18 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active Apr 22 2008 04:04 AM
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In Topic: Blowing Up Or Shrinking Photos

09 February 2008 - 06:38 PM

I would also highly recommend Ilford Delta 100. With a good scanner you could make some hybrid process prints up to 16x20 with excellent quality. -- Tim

In Topic: Confused

19 January 2008 - 04:58 PM

I agree with what Chris said. Get the EOS 40D. I just had the choice of repairing my 350D or upgrading to the 40D and it has been well worth the cost. Check out www.dpreview.com as well, they have a very in-depth review of the camera.

Tim

In Topic: Condensation Problem! Help!

17 January 2008 - 09:54 PM

Mark,

It was around -6 and was foggy with a mix of rain and snow. Was in Prague and yes, it did happen to my camera. Canon was going to charge a minimum of $200 USD to fix it so I decided was time to upgrade to the 40D biggrin.gif

Turbulentwheat,

Thanks for the advice. I'll start carrying around some silicon gel bags with me when I go shooting. I was using the Rebel XT at the time, which is also mostly plastic but I had my Canon "L" lens on it which is all metal. Come to think of it, I did go from a warm place (hostel) to cold place (outside) without giving it much time to make the transition.


Tim

In Topic: Canon 350d Viewfinder Focus Problem

15 January 2008 - 03:50 PM

I think what your problem might be is that the diopter got adjusted in the wrong direction. On the Rebel XT there is a little scroll wheel that is oriented vertically right next to the viewfinder. Try looking through your viewfinder and moving the diopter one way or the other until it appears to be in focus for you.



Tim

In Topic: Photo Of The Week - Proposed New Voting System

12 November 2007 - 05:51 PM

Option 1 sounds great to me biggrin.gif

Tim