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PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2007 11:23 pm 
tombomba2 wrote:
Hallo John, ich stimme mit der Antwort von Zorro überein.
Du brauchts übrigens nicht an jeden einzelnen extra in einem eigenen Post zu antworten, da hier im Forum sowieso jeder alles lesen kann.
Wenn Du in einem post einen Teil Deiner Antwort an einen bestimmten Teilnehmer adressieren möchtest, dann schreib einfach: "@Zorro: ..." etc.
So wird das Antwort-Schreiben ökonomischer und das Forum bleibt übersichtlicher.

Viel Spaß!


Here you go Zorro the translation

Hello John, I agrees with the answer of Zorro. To answer you brauchts by the way at each particular specially in own post office, since in the forum each all can read anyway here. If you liked to address post office into a part of your answer to a certain participant, then write simply: "@Zorro: ... "etc.. Thus the letter in reply becomes more economically and the forum remains clearer. Much fun!


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Ah, that's cleared that up then :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 12:11 am 
Hello zorro,

Got your message.

Everything's fine. ok?

Best wishes,


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 4:25 pm 
Hi zorro,

it's me again (John_0812).

You remember that last Saturday, July 7, you told me that in order to get
rid of the dust spots on some of your pictures you use ACDSee Pro.

How much do you pay for that, say, in a month or so?

Would appreciate to hear from you soon.

Take care!! :D :D :D


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John_0812 wrote:
Hi zorro,

it's me again (John_0812).

You remember that last Saturday, July 7, you told me that in order to get
rid of the dust spots on some of your pictures you use ACDSee Pro.

How much do you pay for that, say, in a month or so?

Would appreciate to hear from you soon.

Take care!! :D :D :D


I don't know how much it costs :wink:

There are some genuinely free options though, I'll see what I can find. I'm pretty sure Picasa has this facility. I think the Gimp has it too.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2007 3:03 am 
Thanks, zorro!!

You're a very kind and helpful guy.


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We need a sticky for image editing software.

For now, here's a link to a site which lists all free image editing software -

http://www.photo-freeware.net/

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2007 11:46 am 
Hi Zorro,

As I already stated earlier, you're indeed a very kind and helpful guy.
Thanks again for your reply.

By the way, the photos you posted under "Flickr" are partly breathtaking.
Congratulation!!!!

Take care. :D :D :D


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"Partly...". That raised my first smile today man. :lol:

Are you saying I need a bigger "part"? :lol:

I do, but that's another issue. :wink:

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2007 12:16 pm 
Zorro,

I'm happy that I was able to make at least one man in the world smile.

Cheers!

:D :D :D


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Folks,
I am so lost.

So, is dust a big problem or minor inconvenience?
I, too, am trying to decide on a camera, but the dust issue has me concerned. My preference is for the D80, but if dust is a BIG issue, then I'm going for the Canon XTi or the Pentax.
I think.
Maybe.

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I have a D80 and I also faced the same dilemma you do. This is my first dSLR and it worried me too. Suffice to say, I don't regret my purchase one bit.

Dust does appear now & again but it's easy to deal with. As far as I've read dust can also be an issue even when the camera in question has anti-dust features built-in. It goes with the territory.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:22 pm 
Hi zorro,

It's me, John_0812, again.

You remember that a couple of days back we were discussing the dust issue
which obviously many (if not all) DSLR's do face.

What about cameras with fixed lenses like the Sony R1? Do they also have
that problem?

That's all for now. Would be great if you'd find some time to send me a short note.

Good luck to you and take care!!

:D :D :D


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John_0812 wrote:
Hi zorro,

It's me, John_0812, again.

You remember that a couple of days back we were discussing the dust issue
which obviously many (if not all) DSLR's do face.

What about cameras with fixed lenses like the Sony R1? Do they also have
that problem?

That's all for now. Would be great if you'd find some time to send me a short note.

Good luck to you and take care!!

:D :D :D


Hi. Theoretically a p&s camera should not have issues with dust but I think I saw Thomas write somewhere else about a p&s he had with dust issues. I have never had the problem with the two compacts I've owned but it wouldn't suprprise me if it is an issue with some.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:01 am 
Hi zorro,

Thanks for your information.

You're indeed a splendid guy.

Regards :D :P :wink:


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