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Feb 12, 2018 23:45 |  #18931

I've finally broken down and bought a used 7D2!
How much of an improvement have you (who used to use a 7D) noticed in upgrading?


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Feb 13, 2018 02:55 |  #18932

Michael Rumsey wrote in post #18562528 (external link)
I've finally broken down and bought a used 7D2!
How much of an improvement have you (who used to use a 7D) noticed in upgrading?

Zone AF is very good compared to the 7D. More AF points obviously and the "Detail Set" that lets you add functions to the BBF is handy. You can crop more.


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Feb 13, 2018 03:21 |  #18933

Did anyone explain their unique anatomy?
3 Vaginas!


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Feb 13, 2018 03:23 |  #18934

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Feb 14, 2018 00:33 |  #18935

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Feb 14, 2018 09:14 |  #18936

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Feb 14, 2018 17:34 |  #18937

Choderboy wrote in post #18562583 (external link)
Did anyone explain their unique anatomy?
3 Vaginas!

I thought it was just two? And the males have matching anatomy?




  
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Feb 15, 2018 14:35 |  #18938

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Feb 15, 2018 22:38 |  #18939

Capn Jack wrote in post #18563930 (external link)
I thought it was just two? And the males have matching anatomy?

Three for the females combined with 2 uteri. (same for Wombats and Tasmanian devils)
Males often have two penises, and to continue the the strangeness, the testicles are above the penis(es).

Females can have two embryos at different stages of development and can stop and restart the development. Perfect adaption to a harsh climate, allowing them to time the Joeys arrival when there will be food. Males have the extra adaption, big Roos can cover 6 metres (20 ft) each hop.


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Feb 15, 2018 23:22 |  #18940

Just to be specific about kangaroo anatomy (I have a background in medical anatomy), their external reproductive anatomy doesn’t have as unique looking differences as other animals. The female kangaroo has one vagina for intercourse and final birthing. The vaginal canal then splits into three vaginal canals (center one for birthing and side ones for accepting sperm). The male kangaroo has one split penis. Comparative anatomy is an interesting field to study!


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Feb 16, 2018 13:28 |  #18941


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Feb 16, 2018 15:43 |  #18942

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Feb 16, 2018 16:45 |  #18943

Choderboy wrote in post #18564840 (external link)
Three for the females combined with 2 uteri. (same for Wombats and Tasmanian devils)
Males often have two penises, and to continue the the strangeness, the testicles are above the penis(es).

Females can have two embryos at different stages of development and can stop and restart the development. Perfect adaption to a harsh climate, allowing them to time the Joeys arrival when there will be food. Males have the extra adaption, big Roos can cover 6 metres (20 ft) each hop.

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Just to be specific about kangaroo anatomy (I have a background in medical anatomy), their external reproductive anatomy doesn’t have as unique looking differences as other animals. The female kangaroo has one vagina for intercourse and final birthing. The vaginal canal then splits into three vaginal canals (center one for birthing and side ones for accepting sperm). The male kangaroo has one split penis. Comparative anatomy is an interesting field to study!

Thanks for the information, both of you. Interesting stuff!




  
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Feb 17, 2018 06:04 |  #18945

digital paradise wrote in post #18562579 (external link)
and the "Detail Set" that lets you add functions to the BBF is handy.

Hey what is this about, what kind of functions?


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