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 on: Today at 10:19:31 AM 
Started by BernardLanguillier - Last post by dchew
The one open place in the market for MF mirrorless would be a 54x40 offering. Phase one could try that at a higher price point. I'm not saying it would or would not sell well, but of all the options open to them it might appear to be the most attractive.


 on: Today at 10:16:37 AM 
Started by BobDavid - Last post by BobDavid
I've got an Epson 7890. It is in excellent condition. It rarely requires any head cleaning. The 7890 is far better than the buggy 7900-something about the orange and green inks cause clogging problems. The X900 series is a great solution for high volume printing in a graphic design studio for  matching PMS colors. As for photography, I don't see any benefit.

I no longer print wider than 17." I am thinking about selling the 7890 (lots of fresh ink in the tanks) and replacing it with a 17" printer that will accept rolls of paper. I live in Florida, so there aren't any issues caused by lack of humidity. However, there is a good possibility I will be moving to an arid climate.

I'm looking for suggestions on a 17" printer and wondering how much to sell the 7890 ( with a 90 foot roll of 24" Epson Ultra Premium Lustre paper.

Any ideas?

 on: Today at 10:15:42 AM 
Started by FranciscoDisilvestro - Last post by FranciscoDisilvestro
Thanks for your comments Bob. I had (and still have) the dilema of making the ground parallel to the bottom of the frame or leave to its natural slope. Still thinking about it. I'll think also about the inside of the tepee structure (which is a wrecked wooden boat bow) as I my initial intention was to leave it dark, but I'll experiment a bit.

 on: Today at 10:12:32 AM 
Started by BobDavid - Last post by Eric Myrvaagnes
That's a great set, Bob!

 on: Today at 10:12:17 AM 
Started by BobDavid - Last post by Slobodan Blagojevic
Oh yes. A very nice harmony of shapes and colors.


 on: Today at 10:06:46 AM 
Started by BobDavid - Last post by Eric Myrvaagnes
I guess you are back home from your travels and once again working on  your "Motif #1."   ;)


 on: Today at 09:50:25 AM 
Started by BernardLanguillier - Last post by Theodoros
I think they do not show us a new mirrorless camera because the XF cam sells very good and they have to do a lot to ship it to the customers in an acceptable delivery time ..

A mirrorless is basically a repacked MFDB with mount in front of the sensor. As with Hasselblad X1D, a mirrorless will be compared directly in price with the respective MFDB available from the same maker (CFV -50c for Hasselblad)... I don't think that Phase One will ever release a mirrorless unless they first revise their pricing policy.... Especially since there are more MF mirrorless expected in the marked at an even lower price level than the X1D coming from mass market makers. Lets not forget that other than Leica, all the rest of the mirrorless are expected to share the same sensor.

Another thing a maker has to consider is the specification of such a camera... MF mirrorless should mean Hi-end video included in the specs and then a capable software to support the feature. In Hasselblad they seem to have realized the importance of Hi-End video presence in the specs and have been working for a long time with other makers (Arri, DJI) as to have access/assistance  to the know-how needed as to get started and ensure a secure future path to the customer...

 on: Today at 09:44:43 AM 
Started by Chris Calohan - Last post by Chris Calohan
It is a bittersweet sadness in that after 40 years in the classroom, he only got to enjoy his freedom for a short 23 days. An Episcopal Deacon, Ray was fully aware of the unexpected twists and turns that life offers up at the least expected moment. A more warm, caring and loving individual would be hard to find.

The shot for me was he meeting his God. Perhaps it was just a nostalgic moment but I saw the calm lightly just touching the chaos much like Michelangelo's Creation on the Sistine chapel (and no, I am not lofting myself to that level, but one is influenced...always one is influenced).

Even in his death, Ray was able to give two kidneys, a heart, two lungs, and one cornea not to mention skin and other pieces and parts.

Thanks for the kind comments.

 on: Today at 09:38:17 AM 
Started by bobtrlin - Last post by degrub
Did your system just go through a MS update when the trouble started ?
If so, likely something was replaced or modified and the software needs its own copy of a specific version.

 on: Today at 09:33:55 AM 
Started by Mark McGilvray - Last post by BobDavid
Nice setup. State of the art for Y2K. I like the wall unit. And perfectly usable today.

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