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  • What flower is this please

    Surprised this morning as the gardens I mentioned have replied so I may as well say that the gardens are Minterne Magna in Dorset. This is the reply We do have skunk cab...
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  • Windows 10 Rollback

    "(It did fix a problem with Outlook on my wife's laptop and my boss's wife's laptop)" Its looking more and more like a software problem but have you checked all...
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  • Lightroom Running Slow

    I have a graphics card that is not compatible with the current Lightroom, I stopped Lightroom looking for it to accelerate the graphics not long after getting 'Classic' a...
    by MalcolmS | Last Post | Unread
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  • Amazon.com

    "Folks, I am looking for contact details for Amazon.com Customer Services or similar, to report this. I am unable to find anything on their website. It appears like...
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  • Portfolio Advice

    Well in the end I opted to get prints made at Loxley Colour at 12x8 with a 1/4" border. I then mounted them using a 16x12 mount and backing board before storing them in a...
    by slaughteredlamb | Last Post | Unread
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  • Connecting a printer . problems

    "So, your PC is connected to your router, your ISP is connected to your router and your Wi-Fi printer connects (to your PC) via the router . Is there a common theme ...
    by hobbo | Last Post | Unread
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  • What Are You Reading

    [photo] Interesting, informative look at the elements.
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  • Z50 Magnification Problem

    "I think all Nikon Z cameras operate the same. I have cheked it on my Z6. " Looks as if you're right I've just looked and it's the same on my Z7. In fact, u...
    by guineapig | Last Post | Unread
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  • Battery?

    Yes the Canon LP-E6 batteries from my old Canon 5D2 can be used in my current 5D4. However, the new LP-E6N is recommended as it holds more charge and the 5D4 is greedier ...
    by youmightlikethis | Last Post | Unread
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  • Posted on: Adobe Releases Lightroom Update With RAW HDR, Speed Improvements, Panoramas & More


    Quote:I've just added Lightroom 6 to my shopping cart on the Adobe website and if you click edit, there's an option to switch from 'Full' to 'Upgrade'. You then have to select which previous product you own for it to show you the upgrade cost which is 59.09 (this is the same no matter what previous version you own). You then save your changes and continue to checkout.

    I hope that helps and I'll add the upgrade pricing info to the news item as well.



    That is excellent news. Thank you.
    • 22 Apr 2015 5:13PM
  • Posted on: Adobe Releases Lightroom Update With RAW HDR, Speed Improvements, Panoramas & More

    I take that it is CC or full version only. No update version for about 60 for existing LR users as in the past?
    • 22 Apr 2015 1:17PM
  • Posted on: Nikon D800 D800E DSLR Hands-On Review


    Quote:Why on earth didn't Nikon use the EN-EL4A battery? its beyond me. Its good enough for the D300 and the D700. Just another ploy by a large manufacturer to sell more of their products without any thought for their customers. I did read somewhere about new regulations which is a complete load of rubbish. If the existing batteries were good enough and met regulations then why mess about changing them


    The D300/D300s/D700 use the EN-EL3e battery, not the EN-EL4. The EN-EL4 will not fit into those bodies. The EN-EL4 is an option in the MB10 battery pack for those cameras.

    I understand that new battery regulations were introduced in Japan towards the end of 2011, which the existing batteries did not meet. Hence Nikon have developed a new battery to meet the regulations and this is used in the D4 and D800/D800e.

    In summary, the story of new regulations is not "a complete load of rubbish" and the existing batteries no longer meet the new Japanese regulations. I think Nikon sell a few of their cameras in Japan hence the need to comply with the new regulations.

    Worth doing some research before you rant.
    • 8 Feb 2012 3:27PM

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