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Ever seen a Gang of 5d's take on a 40d?

 
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Feb 16, 2009 03:38 |  #46

I'd guess composite photo > 1 5d shot 4 times 1 40d playing dead
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Feb 16, 2009 03:47 |  #47

Stealthy Ninja wrote in post #7334707 (external link)
The 40D is obviously luring them in, making them think he’s (she’s?) weak and vulnerable… then… WHAM!

POP UP FLASH BABY!

Stoopid 5Ds will fumble around looking for their 580ex’s. Meanwhile the 40D’ll have them in a mirror lock up begging for mercy.

That's funny, well done. :lol:

However, the pop-up flash will only be able to down one or two of the burly 5Ds before the others attack from behind. Either way, it's gonna be an inevitable bloodbath for the 40D!

Perhaps the 40D needs to call his third cousin - the D700. He's a professional wrestler.


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Feb 16, 2009 03:49 |  #48
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The D700 is no match for the 5D's buddy. 5D mark 2.

He knows the way of the High ISO.




  
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Feb 16, 2009 03:55 |  #49

Stealthy Ninja wrote in post #7334803 (external link)
The D700 is no match for the 5D's buddy. 5D mark 2.

He knows the way of the High ISO.

No, he knows the way of the high resolution. Both are Super Saiyans with regards to High ISO.


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Feb 16, 2009 04:28 |  #50

Stealthy Ninja wrote in post #7334707 (external link)
The 40D is obviously luring them in, making them think he’s (she’s?) weak and vulnerable… then… WHAM!

POP UP FLASH BABY!

Stoopid 5Ds will fumble around looking for their 580ex’s. Meanwhile the 40D’ll have them in a mirror lock up begging for mercy.

I died laughing, thanks :P


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Feb 16, 2009 07:03 |  #51

I'm fairly certain that whatever eveyone on this thread is taking is on the Controlled Substance list.:lol:


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Feb 16, 2009 13:19 |  #52

Az2Africa wrote in post #7335232 (external link)
I'm fairly certain that whatever eveyone on this thread is taking is on the Controlled Substance list.:lol:

It's what all the cool kids do.


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Feb 16, 2009 13:42 as a reply to  @ PeaceFire's post |  #53

Hey all,

If 4 of your friends walked in to find you with a strap on, you would probably pass out, too!!

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Feb 16, 2009 13:43 |  #54

PeaceFire wrote in post #7337420 (external link)
It's what all the cool kids do.

Hey all,

Is that the "If it's good enough for Michael Phelps, it's good enough for me!" line of reasoning?

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Feb 16, 2009 13:44 |  #55

Gary W. wrote in post #7337570 (external link)
Hey all,

If 4 of your friends walked in to find you with a strap on, you would probably pass out, too!!

Gary W.

:shock: :lol:


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Feb 16, 2009 14:03 |  #56

I have dispatched my 5D Mk II to the scene. She will come in with megapixels blazing, firing HTP and ALO rockets, dropping ISO6400 bombs and 1080p video grenades. She will swoop the 40D up and away, giving her naughty 5D cousins a hot blast from the afterburners on her dual-LPE6 engines.

She will bring the 40D to me, where it will receive counseling from my own 40D. Of course, I will have to send OP my 135L to compensate for his loss.


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