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Schu last won the day on May 9 2022

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  1. Well you know... in 1960 it was less than 20 years after Pearl, and only a few years after Korea so all things Asian was exotic and interesting, as long as it wasn't your next door neighbor.
  2. this review has presets descriptions... But it's still Personal Choice... https://www.stereocheck.com/test/dac/shanling-eh3-review-a-highly-versatile-device/
  3. sharing family stuff? Mom (Japanese) and Dad (German) around the time they decided to make me in mid 1961... only to regret it early 1962 when I was born. That was pretty taboo stuff in early 1960's. My Great Gandfather from my Dad's Dad Mothers side (Braun)... on a Movie set in Hollywood.
  4. All Jubilees originally came with an active cross over... also, if you have purchased Heritage Jubilees you have consumer Jubilees... not Professional Jubilees Professional subforum. Whether or not if you need a subwoofer is up to your personal preference... and if you have Heritage or Professional Jubilees You made your purchase without learning about their capabilities and amplification requirements? Enjoy them, and be careful with your listening levels... the speakers can absolutely damage your hearing.
  5. My other choice was a x2d Hasselblad... it's the same sensor that is in the Fujifilm... albeit it as a MUCH MORE robust price point. At that price point I can step up to the fujifilm gfx100 ii... which will do 8k video as well as 100mp images.
  6. I am... I have a good eye, so Dynamics are where it's at for me. having additional resolution is not bad to have either. While I DON'T have a full frame camera, I think I am well past that market segment and can get good use out of a medium format. Like I had mentioned, I have always wanted a view camera... perhaps someday.
  7. I used to have a half frame Bell and Howell from back in the early 70's... which was when I used it. those negs were TINY. just like this set up...
  8. Schu

    What I Got Today!

    It's support for the museum. They are available there.
  9. doesn't look like a Klipsch lens to me... maybe JBL, they seem to like that 'slot' form factor.
  10. I am contemplating get a medium format camera from the prosumer market... as I have always wanted a 8x10 camera, but the medium format Digital cameras have gotten so good and are 'relatively' affordable now. does anyone have experience with them? I can not really see a downside to getting one if my main point is still life, nature and portrait. I am looking at a GFX 50s II or GFA 100s II
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