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  1. I can't use the current version of Adobe dng converter for Mac because it's not compatible with my "mature" operating system. However I think that one released last year (v. 10.3) is likely compatible with my OS, and will support my camera. But I can't find anyplace on Adobe's site or elsewhere to download any version other than the latest one. Anybody know where older versions might be found?
  2. Hi As you all know, my mistress (underwater photography) is highly expensive and is always demanding more! Now it is crying for a new a computer for processing the photos…. At this moment I use the Lightroom on a Mac Mini (quite old, 2009 I think!), and I am considering to go mobile. First of all, is it possible to transfer the Lighroom catalogue from IOS version to PC version? What do you recommend: - MacBook Pro 13.3, i5 dual core 2.0GHz, 8GB memory, 256GB ssd - Microsoft Surface Pro 4, i5, 8GB memory, 256GB ssd - Any other suggestion? Thanks!
  3. The following is likely only of interest to us old divers who once shot film. This auction is currently on Ebay and ends this Sunday.......Nikon Super CoolScan 5000 ED Film Scanner with SA-21 single slide mount and SF-210 Multiple Slide Feeder, and a “same era” G4 Macbook with Nikon software loaded. I am the original owner. I have scanned hundreds of slides with this unit. It is in perfect working condition. When I was not using it, the scanner was sealed in plastic and stored in a dehumidified office where I have my computers and original transparencies. The scanner is in perfect working order and comes with the following (as pictured)….: Nikon Super CoolScan 5000 ED scanner Original Manuals (still available as a PDF download too) SF-210 Slide Feeder MA-21 single slide feed SA-21 Film Strip feeder AC cord G4 Macbook with charger. Note: the computer needs to be plugged in. The battery is well beyond its life expectancy (although replacements are still available). Once you get this system, do NOT upgrade the software. This is the last Mac/Apple operating system that the Nikon software will work on. The only thing not included is a hard drive to store the scans on. That USB or firewire hard drive needs to be a self powered desktop model. Not a portable USB powered hard drive. This Nikon scanner will also work with current versions of the latest Mac or PC computers, but you will need to purchase new non-Nikon software such as VueScan or SilverFast scanning software The buyer pays insurance and shipping ($90.00 airmail from Hawaii) and I will accept Paypal. Payment due within 2 days of close of auction. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
  4. Hello fellow Wetpixellers, I am interested in learning more about shooting and editing with the RAW footage available from ML hacked 5Diii's What are people using out there and what seems to be the best solution? I am currently using FCP 7 and PP CS4 so a solution using either of these would be best. I've heard about the RAW2DNG plugin that's available. How does that work? Any help would be appreciated. Many thanks Richard
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