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POTN Aussie Club #4: a.k.a. Angus' Buy, Sell and Spel Thread

 
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Jan 04, 2009 22:16 |  #8551

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Hmm, I need it in a hurry. Can you do Express Post? :lol:

does it come with an inbuilt underwater camera? and if so, is it compatible with canon EF lenses?


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Jan 04, 2009 22:26 |  #8552

so im looking thru my forum and what do i find, clarence's shots of a mates car on there...

you know anthony as well hey??


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Jan 04, 2009 22:26 |  #8553

aaronactive wrote in post #7005741 (external link)
so im looking thru my forum and what do i find, clarence's shots of a mates car on there...

you know anthony as well hey??

Yup, quite well ;)


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Jan 04, 2009 22:28 |  #8554

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ADSL phone filters, if you run a phone handset off the same telephone outlet, you should have a filter that has one outlet for the modem and another for the handset.

Each handset in the house should have a filter as well.

Try plug in the old modem and see if you still get the slow speed? If you don't then it's either new modem setting or faulty modem.

its from exactly the same line as the previous modem, same cable and everything..
just unplugged the old and plugged in the new


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Jan 04, 2009 22:30 |  #8555

yeah i saw he was spooning you off to other members as well..nice hookup hahah

let me know if you can be bothered and we can hook up some sort of deal going on in there if you like.


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Jan 04, 2009 22:35 as a reply to  @ aaronactive's post |  #8556

justin, is it my screen or does the bride's gown look slightly pink?

Clarry, how about some good ol black and white :P

Andrew, are you going to use the video premiere component? If not, maybe consider trying lightroom if you haven't already.


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Jan 04, 2009 22:39 |  #8557

aaronactive wrote in post #7005764 (external link)
yeah i saw he was spooning you off to other members as well..nice hookup hahah

let me know if you can be bothered and we can hook up some sort of deal going on in there if you like.

*puts arm around your shoulder*
What sort of lucrative offer are you suggesting, my friend? ;)

mmm... spooning... ;) :lol:


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Jan 04, 2009 22:40 |  #8558

Warrenism wrote in post #7005798 (external link)
justin, is it my screen or does the bride's gown look slightly pink?

Clarry, how about some good ol black and white :P

Andrew, are you going to use the video premiere component? If not, maybe consider trying lightroom if you haven't already.

must be you looks slightly brown/sepia here, or maybe it's ME :lol:


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Jan 04, 2009 22:44 |  #8559

Warrenism wrote in post #7005798 (external link)
justin, is it my screen or does the bride's gown look slightly pink?

Just you... on both of my uncalibrated monitors at work, it's sepia brown :p


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Jan 04, 2009 22:47 |  #8560

Warrenism wrote in post #7005798 (external link)
justin, is it my screen or does the bride's gown look slightly pink?

they both need more sun....


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Jan 04, 2009 22:48 as a reply to  @ tangcla's post |  #8561

Well, on my newly-calibrated monitor (yay!) it looks slightly cream in colour.

Odd that you bump the vibrance but drop the saturation - my lightroom tutorial book says that they're almost the same thing. Seems like you'd be fighting against yourself by moving them in opposite directions.


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Jan 04, 2009 22:52 |  #8562

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these guys have an essentials pack, one year hosting, 2 years domain registration plus a parking page(?) plus 5 emila accounts blah blah blah for $100 for the first 12 months!

For a webhost I suggest you take a look at what's on offer from www.hostgator.com (external link) - they are US based. I have been with them for a while now after trying a couple of other hosting solutions and can't fault them for performance, value for money and customer service.

For domain registration - if you are looking for a .com.au domain I'd give www.planetdomain.com (external link) a try or if it is just a .com I think you will find www.godaddy.com (external link) are very competitive.


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Jan 04, 2009 22:54 |  #8563

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I wouldn't say money, maybe credit towards a future rental?

BTW, most rental shops I know don't allow you to take their kit out of the country (some out of the city!)

Yeh credit would be fine.

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Quite right. Don't forget, Angus, when you are complaining about the quality of his rental gear, to mention that you took it to Africa.

The rental shop knew that and was fine with it.


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Jan 04, 2009 22:56 |  #8564

tangcla wrote in post #7005862 (external link)
Just you... on both of my uncalibrated monitors at work, it's sepia brown :p

AdamC wrote in post #7005887 (external link)
Well, on my newly-calibrated monitor (yay!) it looks slightly cream in colour.

ed. wrote in post #7005829 (external link)
must be you looks slightly brown/sepia here, or maybe it's ME :lol:


Just tried a different monitor and yeah .. i can see the brown. Must be this old work notebook, time to request an asset upgrade!


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Jan 04, 2009 22:59 |  #8565

Warrenism wrote in post #7005937 (external link)
Just tried a different monitor and yeah .. i can see the brown. Must be this old work notebook, time to request an asset upgrade!

You're in friggen marketing aren't you? :lol:

I asked marketing for some artwork and they come back saying "here's the assests you requested".... :p


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