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Apr 22, 2011 06:55 |  #7321

Master of Defenestration wrote in post #12270403 (external link)
Nah. You can keep it. I hate phones anyway. :)

If that is the case..I'm guessing you threw it out of a window?


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Apr 22, 2011 07:01 |  #7322

Keyan wrote in post #12271052 (external link)
If that is the case..I'm guessing you threw it out of a window?


Finder's Keepers - I say!


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Apr 22, 2011 07:06 |  #7323
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Nice pictures, I wish I lived there.;)

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I just want to wish everyone a very Merry April Christmas. Oh, I mean Easter weekend, I suppose...

Keyan wrote in post #12271047 (external link)
I have a lowpro fastpak 100 - not a ton of room, but it's great for taking a couple of short lenses (I have a case for my 50 so I can pack all 3 of them in there..) and walking around. Also has webbing for water bottles etc.

I plan on asking for the 350 for father's day - enough space to easily fit everything and my laptop for taking it on longer trips.

I have seen the lowepro fastpack 350 in the shop today, what put me off buying one is, you can only add one 70-200mm and thats on the camera, and put just two more lenses in the padded compartments thats it, I also think there is allot of waste of space on the side where the dslr camera sits in the bag, and there is nothing to stop it moving in the bag, also when you want to change the lens over you have to put it down somewhere, one of the main problem was the tripod, there is no side straps to hold one, and it's only at bottom of the bag, that will be a real pain (on your backside) when you walk or when you want to sit somewhere Yes you can add a 16" laptop but some camera bags now have this feature also. But why would need to log around a bigger laptop on a walkabout adding more weight to your gear!.

I think the Lowepro flipside 400 AW, IMO as more space for future lenses or another dslr body and a small video camera, you never need to put it on the ground to change over lenses, and no theft can enter the bag to you camera because it's at the back of you, also the tripod sits at the back or on the sided of the bag, and yes you can add a small laptop.for less weight. it's always better to have more padded compartments than not have it.


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Apr 22, 2011 07:15 |  #7324

Keyan wrote in post #12271052 (external link)
If that is the case..I'm guessing you threw it out of a window?

Well played...Well played.


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Apr 22, 2011 07:26 |  #7325

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What mode did you use to take that picture the 'TV' or AV:D

haha, this was bracketed in full manual and processed HDR in Photoshop.


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Apr 22, 2011 07:32 |  #7326

Immaculens wrote in post #12271051 (external link)
I just want to wish everyone a very Merry April Christmas. Oh, I mean Easter weekend, I suppose...

We had the same look here:( I think it I'm ready for some prolonged sunshine!;)
The robbins that had shown up thinking it was spring... Had to go for counseling, and were put on some serious medication!:lol::lol:


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Apr 22, 2011 07:58 as a reply to  @ Keyan's post |  #7327

Anyone else have dust in their viewfinder?

My 60D started out with none and it seems every time I take it bouncing around in my backpack, it knocks dust into the viewfinder!

The inside of my camera is pristine! Not a spec of dust to be seen anywhere when I open it up. Not even a microbe on my sensor, mirror, or anything.

What gives Canon? It's 2011 and you can't make sure it stays clean during assembly? For shame!

This is the only thing that severely disappoints me about the 60D I got. Seems viewfinders have taken a few steps back since the film days. Never had this happen once with my Pentax K1000 and Canon Elan 2e. Those suckers got mega dirty inside from lens changing outdoors all the time, but never got big "pubic hairs" in my field of view...

Where should I start looking for these guys? I really don't wish to blast air into there and dirty up my sensor.


Sorry for being negative about the 60D for once, but this is making me cry.
:cry::cry::cry::cry:


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Apr 22, 2011 08:06 |  #7328

You can easily remove your focus screen in the 60d. The dust/hair may simply be blown off the focus screen once removed.


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Apr 22, 2011 08:07 |  #7329

Canon_Lover wrote in post #12271248 (external link)
Anyone else have dust in their viewfinder?

My 60D started out with none and it seems every time I take it bouncing around in my backpack, it knocks dust into the viewfinder!

The inside of my camera is pristine! Not a spec of dust to be seen anywhere when I open it up. Not even a microbe on my sensor, mirror, or anything.

What gives Canon? It's 2011 and you can't make sure it stays clean during assembly? For shame!

This is the only thing that severely disappoints me about the 60D I got. Seems viewfinders have taken a few steps back since the film days. Never had this happen once with my Pentax K1000 and Canon Elan 2e. Those suckers got mega dirty inside from lens changing outdoors all the time, but never got big "pubic hairs" in my field of view...

Where should I start looking for these guys? I really don't wish to blast air into there and dirty up my sensor.


Sorry for being negative about the 60D for once, but this is making me cry.
:cry::cry::cry::cry:

I have never had a problem with mine. If it was me, and under warrenty, I'd send it in for a good cleaning. That way you don't risk making things worse by blowing air around inside the camera.;):D


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Apr 22, 2011 08:11 |  #7330

Trying out the Kegma at the shop..only added my signature and resized for the forum. xD

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Apr 22, 2011 08:15 |  #7331
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Glueeater wrote in post #12271132 (external link)
haha, this was bracketed in full manual and processed HDR in Photoshop.

So you cheated ok;)


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Apr 22, 2011 08:17 |  #7332

ranger50 wrote in post #12271152 (external link)
We had the same look here:( I think it I'm ready for some prolonged sunshine!;)
The robbins that had shown up thinking it was spring... Had to go for counseling, and were put on some serious medication!:lol::lol:


believe me buddy - mornings like this - I've already self-prescribed & administered my medication...

(aka: 12 yr whisky & irish cream in my coffee) ;)


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Apr 22, 2011 08:18 |  #7333

Gotta love the Kegma's bokeh and dof!


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Apr 22, 2011 08:20 |  #7334

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believe me buddy - mornings like this - I've already self-prescribed & administered my medication...

(aka: 12 yr whisky & irish cream in my coffee) ;)

If I was still a drinking man... I would join you!;):D But now, I settle for coffee and pills from the V.A.:lol::lol:


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Apr 22, 2011 08:21 |  #7335
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The only shame I see is you camera bag must be really dity inside do you cat sleep inside it, I never got that bad dust in my camera anyway, as Ranger50 said just sent it to canon.

Canon_Lover wrote in post #12271248 (external link)
Anyone else have dust in their viewfinder?

My 60D started out with none and it seems every time I take it bouncing around in my backpack, it knocks dust into the viewfinder!

The inside of my camera is pristine! Not a spec of dust to be seen anywhere when I open it up. Not even a microbe on my sensor, mirror, or anything.

What gives Canon? It's 2011 and you can't make sure it stays clean during assembly? For shame!

Sorry for being negative about the 60D for once, but this is making me cry.
:cry::cry::cry::cry:


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