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Chris H
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Lives in Morristown
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profoto 600 gang in the house! have you tried the magnum reflector in the same situation, and if so how does it compare to the zoom 2?
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is there any way to pay for and download this song? Honestly it's better than the album version. Breaks my heart, every time.
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I'm picking up a 250 in a few days, this is decadent and depraved. awesome.
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Hour and a half every time, cold by the time it gets here, orders are always messed up somehow.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
If you're buying new equipment, Adorama & B&H are within about $10 of each other's prices. Make sure that whatever you order is in stock and in your hands before you buy, their shipping policy for returns is highway robbery in 2014. After the sale, you're pretty much on your own, their CS couldn't care less about you. Literally everyone I know who's ordered online from Adorama has some kind of horror story. My problem is the used department. Whatever lenses you bring it, it will have fungus on it. They'll offer some paltry sum to take it off your hands, then flip it for 5x the price on ebay or the used section of their website. Ask me how I know, apparently I store all my equipment in a rainforest. Buy a lens brand new at the store, go straight from the register to the used department, I guarantee they will say it has fungus in it. I brought an essentially unused lens that I purchased brand new for $200 less than a year ago, they offered me $20 for it. even though they could not show me any fungus, haze, or anything wrong with it. "welp, take it or leave it." Even the boldest craigslist lowballer is a better deal than adorama's used department. Update: They just called me, offering store credit to change this review....... You had your chance, my integrity is not for sale. Fotocare is just 2 blocks away, unfortunately, I just happened to choose the one day of the week they're closed to unload my gear. I've also heard awful things about their rental department, but I don't have firsthand experience. Try CSI or Playground Industries instead.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I love going here, they always have neat and interesting old books. I personally go for the photography books; not only do they have great out-of-print art books, but lots of how-to's about film processing and printing, as well as essays by master photographers.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My ex girlfriend went here to get her bike tuned up for a triathlon. She ended up buying new wheels and tires. Pricey, but she got a small discount. The owner offered to train her in cycling, to which she agreed. After her first 'lesson', he alluded to having several mistresses in town, and said he gave them better pricing in exchange. He then tried to embrace her. She was horrified, and swore never to go back. We live maybe 3 blocks away, but we'd rather drive to Efinger's in Bound Brook for bike service. Weeks later, at her race, she suffered a catastrophic bike failure, and was disqualified. The Somerville bike shop neglected to tighten the rear hub properly, a seriously amateurish mistake. As a result, the gears were loose, and ended up destroying the spline shaft on the rear wheel. She struggled to fix it on the side of the road, but to no avail. She was heartbroken, because she had been training for months for this race. Presumably, the bike shop owner was busy daydreaming about making her his latest conquest, and not paying any attention to craftsmanship.
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Couple of shell shards in my seafood pizza. Great otherwise.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Everything on the menu is excellent here. However, within hours of paying for my food late one night, VISA called and reported fraudulent activity on my account. Bring your own cash.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Slum lords. When they say that any utility is included, what they really mean is that it's a surcharge on your rent bill. The first week I was here (mid-December), I was freezing at night. The temperature was sub-40 degrees and the furnace was blowing cold air. I called several times to have it fixed, and they assured me it was a new furnace, everything should be working fine, just diddle with the thermostat. Finally they relented, sending the "Furnace Guy" (not an actual HVAC tech), who again swore up and down that the furnace was fine. It was only after I told him to hold his hand over the vent blowing cold air that he thought to actually open up the furnace's faceplate and fix a sensor. When you pay your rent online or by phone "in full", the next day there will be surprise charges that makes your rent late, which they can then gouge you on with late fees. You'll think the rent is paid up, but you'll get a bill a few days after the due date. I'm barely a month in, and I'm already regretting the decision to move into one of Liss's properties.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago