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Forum: Announcements 1 Week Ago
Replies: 85
Views: 2,774
Posted By Graham_of_Rainham
Re: Rumors: Olympus to shut down camera division in less than 8 months

Robin Wongís take on things:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0m3QxEM2YY0&feature=youtu.be
Forum: E-group equipment hire 20th September 2019
Replies: 11
Views: 565
Posted By Ian
Proposing a completely new hire offering

We've served hundreds of customers, both members here and others, over the last ten years or so since Olympus suggested we provide a service to hire out their gear back when hardly anyone else would....
Forum: General photography discussion 24th April 2019
Replies: 23
Views: 1,797
Posted By Ricoh
Re: An army of clones

As long as you buy a good example of a film camera from any of the major manufacturers, Leica, Nikon, Canon, Olympus, and the majority of the medium format cameras, eg Hassleblad, you can't go...
Forum: General photography discussion 24th April 2019
Replies: 23
Views: 1,797
Posted By Ricoh
Re: An army of clones

Here here, well said. I understand why some will post images taken with a new (to them) camera, or a new (to them) lens showing off the impressive technology. Unfortunately such images rarely show...
Forum: General photography discussion 24th April 2019
Replies: 23
Views: 1,797
Posted By pdk42
Re: An army of clones

I shot film for years and now also have an OM1 which I use very occasionally. When I do there is no epiphany. I find the process clunky and the output disappointing. We all have different needs...
Forum: General photography discussion 22nd April 2019
Replies: 23
Views: 1,797
Posted By Ricoh
An army of clones

A few years ago I had an epiphany, it changed matters for the good.

https://www.thephoblographer.com/2019/04/21/omar-z-robles-on-the-challenges-of-photographing-dancers-with-film/
Forum: Foto Fair 12th October 2018
Replies: 33
Views: 3,343
Posted By OM USer
Re: Going to Japan, help surviving Shinjuku Stn!

Only 16 platforms - piece of cake. Clapham Junction has 17. Have a good time.
Forum: Site news 26th July 2018
Replies: 212
Views: 25,014
Posted By Ian
Re: The reality is that the e-group needs your help

I would like to provide an update on the fund-raising. Thank you to everyone (70 in total) who have donated so far; the total received is £1193!

Five donors gave £50 each and one £45. By far the...
Forum: Nostalgia Nexus - early and pre-digital discussion 2nd July 2018
Replies: 21
Views: 3,590
Posted By Naughty Nigel
Re: ISO 3200 from Kodak

Whilst writing can I also recommend these guys Nick & Trick Photoworks (https://ntphotoworks.com/) in Folkstone in Kent who keep a good range of films and developing chemistry. They also sell some...
Forum: Site news 1st July 2018
Replies: 212
Views: 25,014
Posted By Ian
Re: The reality is that the e-group needs your help

It looks like the way PayPal implements the amount entry is not consistent across different browsers. The best advice seems to be to place the cursor to the right of the last Zero and then enter the...
Forum: General photography discussion 6th May 2018
Replies: 13
Views: 1,677
Posted By Phill D
Re: In praise of WEX

That's a great post Simon praise indeed from you and good to know that large organisations can get it right.
Forum: General photography discussion 5th May 2018
Replies: 13
Views: 1,677
Posted By Crazy Dave
Re: In praise of WEX

Delighted for you Simon, i bought my 75mm f/1.8 from Wex, it was a good transaction. Last week, ordered some film from Wex however, made a mistake in the sizing. The returns form arrived by email two...
Forum: For sale or wanted small ads 5th December 2017
Replies: 18
WANTED OM3Ti
Views: 2,438
Posted By Pierre L
Re: OM3Ti

I have one and I'm not letting go! Although, I told my son that, when I pass away, he should offer it to Simon.
Does anyone know how many were made, as compared with the contemporary OM 4Ti Black?...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By KeithL
Re: Bloody cars !

I had a Toyota Carina E 2.0 Exec some years ago, and that went to the main dealer that I bought it from. It didn't let me down, but that dealer was always trying to find ways to wangle more money...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By Naughty Nigel
Re: Bloody cars !

There are also a lot of other duties on petrol and diesel that paraffin is exempt from.

However, you can use untaxed LPG perfectly legally!
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By Naughty Nigel
Re: Bloody cars !

All of them apart from telephones as there is nothing you can change in them nowadays.

I am perfectly happy to work on most cars but there is little pleasure in it these days, and the...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By Naughty Nigel
Re: Bloody cars !

I think you'll find the power steering pump (along with certain other heavy loads) will only operate when the alternator is charging; hence the sudden failure when the belt snapped.

In defence of...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By KeithL
Re: Bloody cars !

There are two main reasons, Simon.

1) Providing all is OK, you don't need the engine running to get power steering.

2) It gives you variable assistance with speed, in a much more effective way...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By shenstone
Re: Bloody cars !

BTW Simon... if you are serious then come along to the South Wales Land Rover club http://www.swlrc.co.uk/ and have a chat with us... you don't have to have a Land Rover to come along, but you will...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By Phill D
Re: Bloody cars !

Glad you were OK and managed to negotiate your way out of a tricky situation well Simon. I think my Mazda has electric PAS too. Seem to remember smooth and variable operation steering was part of the...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By Ross the fiddler
Re: Bloody cars !

Exactly my thoughts too. *yes My next thought is, "Has it been serviced on time & has the mechanic (technician) checked everything correctly?" If the car is serviced properly by a conscientious...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By blu-by-u
Re: Bloody cars !

Seen a few new cars with this Electrical Servo assisted Steering. Advantages is, there is less strain on the engine as Hydraulics require some power from the engine. Also there is the pumps, hose,...
Forum: The lounge 21st November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By cliff
Re: Bloody cars !

Sounds like a snapped fan belt?
Hope it's something that simple, driving the altenater and hydraulic pump maybe?
Forum: The lounge 20th November 2017
Replies: 122
Views: 5,428
Posted By Wally
Re: Bloody cars !

What a coincidence? Am just back and catching up and the first post I read basically high-lights one of my 'future' worries?

Fingers X'd I've never had that particular issue.

However, as I've...
Forum: Foto Fair 14th November 2017
Replies: 33
Views: 3,343
Posted By Internaut
Re: Going to Japan, help surviving Shinjuku Stn!

Itís easy.... Once you get the hang of it. Iíve not been since 2002. Back then, you couldnít take a shortcut through the station (East to West, I think) without going through a barrier and paying a...
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