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Dec 17, 2004 14:52 as a reply to  @ post 354721 |  #16

Was the entire picture fuzzy?

If so; it might be the 1 stop pr 2 stops the polarizing filter is sucking up is throwing your shutter speed too low to hand hold.

Just a thought..

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Dec 17, 2004 16:40 as a reply to  @ Tdragone's post |  #17

Tdragone wrote:
Was the entire picture fuzzy?

If so; it might be the 1 stop pr 2 stops the polarizing filter is sucking up is throwing your shutter speed too low to hand hold.

Just a thought..

-Tom D.

I think you're 100% correct on that one. I had the aperture set at the same it would be without the filter.

And here I thought I was too dependent upon my IS.


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Dec 17, 2004 18:59 as a reply to  @ post 354687 |  #18

Kiernan wrote:
It's actually a 2004 model. 40th Anniversary. Really wish it was an '05 model, though...those '05s are gorgeous.

I plan on taking some moving shots with it this weekend. If any of them turn out worth anything, I'll post a few.

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oh cool, I didn't realize they did a 40th anniversary thing. I saw the emblem on the side of the car and it looked like the 35th anniversary, so that's why I assumed.
I agree, though, I'd love a 2005 model. I've heard rumor that they'll put out the cobra models in 2006, and will be a Shelby Cobra.... not sure if it's still true, but I had heard that a while back and it'd be awesome if it's true.


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