I own a Fotodiox Pro Fusion mk II autofocus adapter and use it with a handful of compatible Nikon autofocus lenses. The adaptor has developed an dark history that is … Continue reading Fixing a bricked Sony A6500
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We’ve amassed a little collection of vintage computing hardware over the years — some owned and some acquired. On the shelf behind my desk sat an ailing Atari 800 that … Continue reading Resurrecting an Atari 800
The EL backlight behind the LCD on my D-550 was dead. It was dead when I received it off of eBay, and it was probably dead in while in the … Continue reading Replaced the LCD on my Roland D-550
One evening I opened my bag to pull out my Lumix GH1 and much to my horror, I found the camera strap lying at the bottom of the case! Inspecting … Continue reading Repairing a Lumix GH1 strap lug
Over the weekend I picked up a copy of BioWare’s “Dragon Age: Origins” and I’ve found it to be a great way to watch time fly by (good thing on … Continue reading Fixing audio problems in “Dragon Age: Origins” (PS3)
So I went to launch Aperture 2.1.4 in Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6.2) today and much to my surprise, it crashed. It bounced once and tossed up the error … Continue reading Made Aperture work again in Snow Leopard
I’ve been settling in with my Lumix DMC-G1 and manual lens combination for a few months now, and have made some discoveries along the way. For the most part, I’ve been shooting exclusively with an f1.4 40mm Voigtlander Nokton in a Leica M-mount and the time has been wonderful. That said, owning a G1 and using manual lenses is a different kind of photographic experience and one that has, for me, become both a retro and instinctual excursion.