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george ­ m ­ w
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Jun 09, 2011 14:53 |  #9526

Hey George... The reflector is the Lumiquest ProMax 80/20 System..

Thanks Butch....that looks interesting, I'll have to find one and give it a try.
And heck....I thought maybe we were seeing the return of Noink girl ! :D
We miss her ! ;) LOL.


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Jun 10, 2011 20:03 as a reply to  @ george m w's post |  #9527

Sorry to go OT for a second, but George, if you're looking at a used 80-20, make sure it has all the components. It should come with inserts (gold,silver, white) that can go on the inside of the unit (where the white is), and a soft box type of cover that can go over the front of the unit to diffuse the output.


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Jun 11, 2011 19:34 |  #9528

.....1DMk2, 200 f/2....meets 1933 Studebaker Indy Special. This car finished 7th that year in the 500, with Tony Gulotta driving.

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Jun 12, 2011 15:13 |  #9529

1DCLICKER wrote in post #12547845 (external link)
Ok, this is only sbout a 30% crop here, and was shot at ISO 125!! look at the underside of the wing!
Exported from RAW out of lightroom in Jpeg so EXIF should be intact

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Not real sharp i know and was a focus miss but still you get the idea here

Did you push any exposure adjustments or curves on this photo or is this a straight conversion with camera defaults? It doesn't look that bad to me but could be the screen I'm on.


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Jun 12, 2011 20:13 |  #9530

So some of you may have read this thread I wrote a few weeks ago about focusing issues.

https://photography-on-the.net …046793&highligh​t=1D+focus

Well Keh was kind enough to exchange the body even though it was out of the 60 day warranty by about 3 days.

That was awesome...

...Until this happened. I have only had the replacement for 9 days.

I'm pretty much going to try and just get them to replace this shutter...Or switch to Nikon.


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Jun 12, 2011 20:40 |  #9531

SaxonIV wrote in post #12582374 (external link)
I'm pretty much going to try and just get them to replace this shutter...Or switch to Nikon.

Why, 8 year old, used Nikons never break...?


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Jun 12, 2011 21:34 |  #9532

mguffin wrote in post #12582501 (external link)
Why, 8 year old, used Nikons never break...?

haha no no not what I'm saying at all. If I switched to Nikon it would be for the fantastic D7000 and I would just chill out with photography for a little while.




  
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Jun 13, 2011 12:50 |  #9533

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A couple of keepers from today's trip to the park with the dog. I'm actually quite liking the 90 f/2.5 as a walk about lens, if it had AF I don't know if I'd be taking it off the camera much.

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Jun 13, 2011 13:41 as a reply to  @ post 12232972 |  #9534

Well, my Canon 7D was stolen....

Nice huh? I'm looking at a canon 1DII!

Someone is selling me a 1DII with 52K actations for 700.00 is that a good deal, the body has some wear on it... but the camera works...

also, when buying used, what should i look out for on the 1Dmkii?

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Jun 13, 2011 13:50 |  #9535

I think that's a real fair price for that few actuations. FWIW, I have seen instances more that once of someone using both 7D and 1DMkII and they end up preferring the MkII. Don't be surprised if the same thing happens to you.

Go to the F/S forum here and do a search on 1DMKII. That will give you a good idea of where the market is for these.


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Jun 13, 2011 13:56 |  #9536

Someone is selling me a 1DII with 52K actations for 700.00 is that a good deal

Make sure it has the battery charger with it for that price.


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Jun 13, 2011 14:03 as a reply to  @ george m w's post |  #9537

yes comes with 2 batteries and charger.


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Jun 13, 2011 14:25 as a reply to  @ dtufino's post |  #9538

A trainyard (IIn):

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And a lighthouse...

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Jun 13, 2011 19:33 |  #9539

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Jun 14, 2011 15:23 |  #9540

By the way, I remember from my 350D that it wouldn't accept CF with lots of capacity, does the
same thing count for this one ?


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