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Mar 13, 2018 21:31 |  #13711

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Haha, yes a touristy snapshot but we love checking out all the variations of campers/rv's current and from the past. Just amazing how much variation man has come up with in them.

Have you seen the TV show about Flyte Camp? They rebuild vintage trailers. http://flytecamp.com/ (external link) The show was called "Flippin RVs", pretty neat stuff.


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Mar 13, 2018 21:39 |  #13712

The Arctic Butterfly finally arrived, it got some of the loose stuff that the rocket blower did not...the r2 came clean with one wet swab, nearly forgot to put it in cleaning mode...the a9 took 3 swabs, and I could probably do another, there is something that is kinda stuck...it came off gradually...paranoia made me apply less pressure than I am sure I can...I am glad to know I have all the tools now to do that, and don't have to wait for a meeting with the local expert...


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Mar 13, 2018 22:15 |  #13713

FE 55

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Mar 13, 2018 22:20 |  #13714

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Wow, those green trees really make this image 'pop'.


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Mar 13, 2018 22:37 |  #13715

navydoc wrote in post #18585050 (external link)
Wow, those green trees really make this image 'pop'.

Thanks Gene. Yes the leaves are really vibrant around here this time of year. I debated cropping off the top. Not sure yet.

Here is a different composition. I think this has more a zen like feel to it.

FE 55

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Mar 13, 2018 23:08 |  #13716

TRhoads wrote in post #18585022 (external link)
The Arctic Butterfly finally arrived, it got some of the loose stuff that the rocket blower did not...the r2 came clean with one wet swab, nearly forgot to put it in cleaning mode...the a9 took 3 swabs, and I could probably do another, there is something that is kinda stuck...it came off gradually...paranoia made me apply less pressure than I am sure I can...I am glad to know I have all the tools now to do that, and don't have to wait for a meeting with the local expert...

Yes, less pressure-let the chemical work for you....but it still takes some pressure to even make contact with the surface.


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Mar 13, 2018 23:10 |  #13717

Remember I post the losers and the winners.
Technically this is a looser....no one wants to shoot a backlit bierd but I still think
it has merit, maybe if you are in a comparative anatomy class and want to see an almost
x-ray of the Egret's skeleton :)

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Mar 13, 2018 23:12 |  #13718

digital_AM wrote in post #18585061 (external link)
Thanks Gene. Yes the leaves are really vibrant around here this time of year. I debated cropping off the top. Not sure yet.

Here is a different composition. I think this has more a zen like feel to it.

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I think the reflections in the window are too distracting in this view. I prefer the first one instead.


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Mar 13, 2018 23:19 |  #13719

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18585076 (external link)
Remember I post the losers and the winners.
Technically this is a looser....no one wants to shoot a backlit bierd but I still think
it has merit, maybe if you are in a comparative anatomy class and want to see an almost
x-ray of the Egret's skeleton :)

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/256A​d8A  (external link) Everybody hates a backlit bierd. (external link) by MedicineMan4040 (external link), on Flickr

Backlit birds! Heck, that's a specialty of mine.

Nice 'see through' view of the Egret though.


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Mar 13, 2018 23:27 |  #13720

Long time lurker, first time posting pictures.

Here are a few pictures of kitties from Cat Cafe Lounge that I visited on Sunday (03/11/18).

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Mar 14, 2018 01:22 |  #13721

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Who here has the CV 40? I feel like it doesn't get a lot of attention here. My GAS is becoming more acute; CV 40 and Lox 21.

I'm still very intrigued by the RX1R II. How do owners feel about it? A slightly more compact A7R II with a 2/35 is extremely appealing to me...

Waiting on the cv40 coming back into stock, everywhere is sold out


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Mar 14, 2018 01:29 |  #13722

TRhoads wrote in post #18585022 (external link)
The Arctic Butterfly finally arrived, it got some of the loose stuff that the rocket blower did not...the r2 came clean with one wet swab, nearly forgot to put it in cleaning mode...the a9 took 3 swabs, and I could probably do another, there is something that is kinda stuck...it came off gradually...paranoia made me apply less pressure than I am sure I can...I am glad to know I have all the tools now to do that, and don't have to wait for a meeting with the local expert...

I have two spots on mine that won't budge...!

Maybe a different fluid would help...?


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Mar 14, 2018 03:45 |  #13723

Is the Eyelead SCK-1B the correct gel stick for the Sony sensors..?


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Mar 14, 2018 04:25 |  #13724


I think you're keeping the lens hehe


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Mar 14, 2018 04:27 |  #13725

TRhoads wrote in post #18585022 (external link)
The Arctic Butterfly finally arrived, it got some of the loose stuff that the rocket blower did not...the r2 came clean with one wet swab, nearly forgot to put it in cleaning mode...the a9 took 3 swabs, and I could probably do another, there is something that is kinda stuck...it came off gradually...paranoia made me apply less pressure than I am sure I can...I am glad to know I have all the tools now to do that, and don't have to wait for a meeting with the local expert...

I was super paranoid first time I did it. I watched how aggressive Philip bloom was cleaning his sensor that it made me.brave enough to try. how aggressive? he almost bent his swab like 80 degrees hehe


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