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rick_reno
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Looks like Nikon finally figured out how to OUTWHITE Canon. Would you buy this thing?

http://news.yahoo.com ...ces-photo-1326389787.htmlexternal link

I would, but I'd want a nosecone accessory so I could attach some rockets and blast my pet monkey into orbit.

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I saw this in the last episode of Battlestar Galactica.

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The caption is in error. It's a Sonyexternal link.

Post #3, Jan 18, 2012 16:53:55


G a l l e r yexternal link ~ G e a r

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And you guys complaint about how heavy the "Brick" is.

Post #4, Jan 21, 2012 17:53:58


50D with ef 16-35ii, ef 24-105L f4 IS, my new lover 70-200L f2.8 IS ii, 35L f1.4, EF 85L F1.2 mark ii, 400L F5.6

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