FOTOFusion / DPE Podcast Episode #6 February 15, 2010

February 15, 2010


FOTOFusion – in this episode Rick records interviews while attending the FOTOFusion event in Palm Beach Florida at the end of January. Rick interviews professional photographers Lewis Kemper, Adam Jones, Kevin Ames and FOTOFusion Executive Director Fatima NeJame. After the interviews Rick and Juan answer questions submitted by you!

This is Episode number 6 of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast with Rick Sammon & Juan Pons.

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2 Responses to “FOTOFusion / DPE Podcast Episode #6 February 15, 2010”

  1. Brian Walker Says:

    Hi Guys, Great podcast! I just want to mention a few things. I am an Olympus shooter and four-thirds cameras are true DSLR’s, however “Micro 4/3’s” cameras are not true DSLR’s like Juan mentioned. Micro 4/3rd’s cameras have the same size sensor as 4/3rds but don’t have the mirror and DSLR guts.
    Also, I shoot many underwater photos while freediving in the springs of north FL, and I use a G10 because of its small profile underwater. I use the Canon housing, the wp-dc28, which is a great deal at below $180. It goes plenty deep because it is rated to 130 feet, and recreational divers are really not supposed to go that deep. I love the video. Here is a video I took with the g10 going to almost 60 feet deep on a freedive into Blue Spring in FL near Orlando-
    I really enjoy your podcast, I’ll review you in iTunes! Thanks, Brian


    • Juan Pons Says:


      Thanks a bunch for the clarification. I really don’t know much about the 4/3’s cameras so this is very useful.

      Take care,



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