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    - Post Your Equipment -

    Can't believe this hasn't been done yet. Just got some new lenses, so I'm happy to show them off .

    Post your stuff here. Pics too, if possible.



    Holga 120N
    Last edited by ctranter; 07-27-2005 at 04:54 PM.

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    I only have the 18-55mm in the front and my 20D.....I am patiently saving my pennies for the Canon 28-300mm L.....care to donate to a good cause ??

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    only if you put up some new shots. I keep checking but there's never anything new :P.

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    yeah, I am a slacker at heart.....

    nice setup there, by the way...

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    I just have the standard D70 outfit - 18-70 mm and body - and the Speedlight SB800 for flash photography. Saving up for some new gear once the little one comes.

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    wtf ctranter...that is very impressive.
    i still only have the POS stock lens that came with my rebel. very lame.
    but i want to buy a laptop AND a banjo...a lens will have to wait.

    maybe i'll post my gear tonight. i'll bust out the pentax k-1000 baby!

    Ah, these boys is all swelled up. So this was earlier...getting set to trade. Then, woooaaah differences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctranter
    only if you put up some new shots. I keep checking but there's never anything new :P.
    Updated We just took a trip to Ferndale, Ca. Nice little place, Kristi wants to move now I'll be posting more shots of the houses from there in the next few days.

    Thanks CT.....a little kick in the pants is a good thing

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    I'm just waiting for someone to post a picture of a cock.
    And now I/Foam to wheat, a glitter of seas./The child's cry//Melts in the wall./And I/Am the arrow,//The dew that flies/Suicidal, at one with the drive/Into the red//Eye, the cauldron of morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlAss
    I'm just waiting for someone to post a picture of a cock.

    I swear I thought of that the moment I saw all those Phallic shaped things, can we say Jugs and start posting pics of the Cameras instead?

    less threatening to my manhood

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlAss
    I'm just waiting for someone to post a picture of a cock.
    Aaaaaaaah, British humour! Subtle...
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    Lomo LC-A

    Some people find them a bit of a sell out, they're not particularly well made either; but it's worth it just for the amazing stunning photos you occasionally get. One thing I will say about it, if it breaks, you can fix it using a pen knife.

    Nikon F301

    Wonderful camera, but I'm trying to sell it so I can buy the D50. Also got a few lenses. Sigma 24-70mm is the one I use most of the time.

    Sony DSC W12

    My digital camera. Fast start up time, quick at taking photos, big screen, 5 megapixels, batteries take about 350 photos on one charge. Nice camera, but it really isn't an SLR.

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    my setup is the same as here. (d70, 18-200mm)
    i've also got a 70-300mm 1:2 macro that i'm planning to sell.

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    Here's mine (well, not mine but my company's camera)...i'm the only one who 'knows' how to use it...all the other ladies in the office say "i can't get clear pictures...this camera sucks". I however love it (still trying to figure out some of hte finer settings).

    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sonydscv1/

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    Canon 350d, kit lens 28-80, Sigma 70-200 2,8 , spherical mirror device I built for one shot panoramas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pellepiano
    spherical mirror device I built for one shot panoramas.
    I read about that on your site but I could not get my head round it! Any chance of typing up a 'how-to' thread?

    Or a least a full res example
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    pelle - i agree with robby....for only $8, i'm intrigued to say the least.
    bring on the how-to!

    cool stuff everyone.
    i'm surprised to see sheeps is the only one with a lomo...

    Ah, these boys is all swelled up. So this was earlier...getting set to trade. Then, woooaaah differences.
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    Glass
    Sigma 24-135mm 1:2.8-4.5
    Nikon nikkor 50mm 1:1.4

    next aquisition: Sigma Zoom Super Wide Angle 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX

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    Quote Originally Posted by admedia
    next aquisition: Sigma Zoom Super Wide Angle 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX
    Nice, you know of any example images on the internet?
    "Wah wah wah Dorothy Parker wah wah wah" - hanratty21

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbmcaulay
    Nice, you know of any example images on the internet?
    No, it seems they have been delaying the release of it for quite some time now. I am going to wait and see though. Once it is widely available I am sure there will be alot of reviews and images to look at as there is already alot of buzz about it. I am just biding my time until then as I am not in any rush.

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    There is a looong thread at ....http://www.panoguide.net/forums/tipsntricks/25/ .. where I wrote some things about building it. Can not use it with my new Canon though until i get a macro lens =(

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