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01-07-2011, 05:50 PM   #76
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QuoteOriginally posted by anurag agnihotri Quote
There are only 48 weeks in a year...so how can cameras produced in 50th week of 2010 are alright


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I'll admit it took me about 5 seconds to "get it".... which is about 4 seconds more than it should have
Ditto.

but when its cold..and considering overhang..it might be 20..LMAO
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QuoteOriginally posted by kryss Quote
You probably can only count to 21 when your naked.
I am wondering what this means??
Hey guys, wasn't i joking?
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Are you for real?

What are they teaching these days

English calender is not the only calender in the world.

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QuoteOriginally posted by anurag agnihotri Quote
English calender is not the only calender in the world.
C'mon give it up and tell us you've made a mistake. Or tell us Pentax is using Mumbai calendar.

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QuoteOriginally posted by anurag agnihotri Quote
English calender is not the only calender in the world.
There are 365 days in one year. There are 7 days in one week.

365 days/7 days = 52 weeks and 1 day

If you can't see this, then I simply don't know what else to say.

Also, in order for there to be 48 weeks in one year, a week would have to be 7.6 days. Such a calendar does not exist anywhere in the world, India or otherwise. No one uses fractions of days (unless you count a sidereal year, in which case a year is actually ~365.256 days, accounted for by leap years with 366 days every 4 years).

Even if you go by a lunar calendar, it's still wrong.

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ok, ok, laugh at my expense...i retreat
initially, i seriously thought, there were only 48 weeks (12x4), but then quickly confirmed that to be untrue.
But honestly guys, my second comment was supposed to be a joke (12x4)...
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Just curious, how does one know the manufacturing date of one's camera?

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Just curious, how does one know the manufacturing date of one's camera?
EXIF data in one of the pictures you take with your camera. Use an EXIF reader like PhotoME to find it.

(is that question getting repetitive or what?)
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Thanks! It may be asked often, somehow I could not find the answer using Search.

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QuoteOriginally posted by anurag agnihotri Quote
English calender is not the only calender in the world.

We do not use the English Calendar.. we use the Gregorian Calender in Western Countries.

I have been to your country India a few times and by what I remember your National Calendar the Saka Calendar is used alongside the Gregorian Calendar.

Days dates weeks and months were all the same there... unless you were educated in another country that uses a 48 week year I still stand by what I say.

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