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ArjayMember Since 27 Feb 2011
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I am an electronics engineer turned technical translator/journalist who specializes on electronics engineering (from chip design to board manufacturing), and I am also writing a lot about industrial image processing, including user and maintenance manuals for automated optical inspection systems.
I have been working in, on and over the Internet since 1986 (starting with BBS systems), so this medium is an integral part of my lifestyle.
I am strictly a photography hobbyist, and I have recently done a lot of street photography. I've been into photography since the early 1960ies with an assortment of SLRs (including digital), and four years ago, I moved back to shooting film using Leica-type rangefinder cameras. Why? There just didn't seem to exist a digital camera that was small, unobtrusive, silent and still used a large enough imaging sensor short of a Leica M8/9, both of which I found to be unreasonably expensive. Yet, I could never really convince myself that developing and scanning film was as much fun as shooting.
In the meantime, I am a happy owner of an X-Pro1, an X-E1 and an X-T1 (without any sponsoring by FujiFilm).
Happy I have not been always: I had to go through a steep learning curve until I felt as much at ease with my X100, my X-Pro1 and my X-E1 as I did with my DSLR. But the process was interesting - I learned a lot more about the camera than is written in the user manual. And most of what I learned was from discussions with folks like you - the reader of this page. This forum has been a tremendous resource - and so I am now trying to give back a little of what I have gained to the forum.
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