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05-04-2012, 04:28 AM   #31
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since chuck norris's tears cure cancer, do ben's tears cure oily aperture blades?
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So is the K20D, K7 for that matter
K20. K-7. Oh no, you must be kidding. They have the worst sensor ever, you would have been better of with a phonecam on the shots.
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Superb work as usual Ben......will look forward to seeing more. As always, Otis and his Army of Squirrels send their best regards to you......and if you ever get a chance to shoot some Squirrel Pin-Up girlies, they want to be the first to see them!

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Wow. My kit. I guess I need to improve.

Cheers and thanks for the inspiration.

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Wow. My kit. I guess I need to improve.

Cheers and thanks for the inspiration.
I have the K20D's and K5D's and a couple of K10D's re-boxed.
Will shoot mostly with the K5's now...
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great work i cant wait to see your vogue spread
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QuoteOriginally posted by Mark K5 Quote
Wow. My kit. I guess I need to improve.

Cheers and thanks for the inspiration.
Yeah - my kit too - so we obviously can't blame the equipment!
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At least I now know that I shoot with pro equipment although I never really doubted that.

We're going to leave the discussion about the photographer who USES my K-5 (me) out for now.

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Since Chuck Norris's tears cure cancer, do Ben's tears cure oily aperture blades?
Ben has no tears. He lets Canikon users provide those.




But if he did have tears, they would not only cure oily aperture blades, they could be used to recharge batteries and repair SDM lenses.
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Beautiful, Ben! Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for posting; I enjoyed it. Best wishes for the upcoming work.
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Beautiful, Ben! Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for posting; I enjoyed it. Best wishes for the upcoming work.
Thanks a lot Glenn
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you should look in to getting a 645D for your spreads better res and IQ from what i have read

but then yet the k5D is a great camera
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you should look in to getting a 645D for your spreads better res and IQ from what i have read

but then yet the k5D is a great camera
I doubt if anyone could tell the difference between the K5 and 645D in a standard sized magazine spread.
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I doubt if anyone could tell the difference between the K5 and 645D in a standard sized magazine spread.
Because they want sharpness in their images and not playfull thin DOF like a lot of hobbyist are looking for?
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Beautiful as usual, Ben. You shooting any video on site or only stills?
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