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Watch PhotoPlus Expo Overview & Greg Dropped His Camera! on YouTube

Yeah, it happens. Gravity always wins...eventually! The 2015 PhotoPlus Expo seemed to have low attendance, but had quite a few new companies. Greg had a few interviews and will be posting them this week.

Cazillion questions were about shadows on the face and how to post your images online for clients to view. Keep shooting!

PhotoPlus Expo Overview & Greg Dropped His Camera!

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0 # katherine oliver 2015-10-26 19:18
My Canon 50D stopped working - it simply quit. I sent it in to Canon for service and they returned a quote for $600!! Obviously, I won't fix it; however, they told me they I could receive a discount for trade-in through their Canon Loyalty program. I get a whopping $30 off a 50D or better camera purchase or $15 off a lesser camera purchase. So much for loyalty. My question is what to do with the old camera. Is there a better deal on "broken camera recycling" out there??
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2015-10-27 13:04
Did you try ebay? There has to be someone out there who needs parts.
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0 # John Carvery 2015-10-27 12:39
Greg ,Love the show , always! Looking forward to the printer series !! I am looking for a reasonably priced printer , I had the Canon pixma pro 10 found it to use way too much ink and image quality was Okay , and that says it all ,lol, would like something as cheap as I can get with good quality even older model, I like the epson as I have a all in one for general use (epson Stylist RX680) , any suggestions? Thanks , again your shows are #1 for me!
CJs Foto Art & Design, John. Take care!
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2015-10-27 13:07
I looked at the new Canon printers at the show and they are a beast! Twice the size of the Epson printers and much heavier. Would take up double the space!

If a 13" machine is big enough look for an Epson R2000 or 3880, they still have new stock so you will have a warranty. Otherwise go for the new models, you won't be sorry!
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