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04-13-2009, 06:47 AM   #31
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Actually, we had something analagous back when everyone was shooting film. It was simpler, of course.

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a lot of people will be disappointed by the performance though
I wouldn't have expected otherwise
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Yes but if you get the optional Flux Inhibitor the resolution is off the charts. Dynamic range of 30Db and interpolated resolution comparable to a 60Mp chip all in something the size of a wrist watch.



Now were are those meds.....
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Yes but if you get the optional Flux Inhibitor the resolution is off the charts. Dynamic range of 30Db and interpolated resolution comparable to a 60Mp chip all in something the size of a wrist watch.



Now were are those meds.....
but there's an instability that results with the high desnsity of the system results from the oscillation of anomolous transmissions between entities that fail to resolve over a prolonged period of time

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Kevin Spacey is Kaizer Soze.
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As Kant would say "epiphenomonalistic epistemology".

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but there's an instability that results with the high desnsity of the system results from the oscillation of anomalous transmissions between entities that fail to resolve over a prolonged period of time
Yes but if you wear your aluminum foil (must be home made with silver duct tape) vest and helmet, you can reduce those anomalous transmissions between your brain waves and the flux inhibitor. Thus achieving the claimed resolution and dynamic range.

Of course you'll have to increase your meds too....
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Ken Rockwell has been spotted testing one out, that could only mean one thing....

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Ken Rockwell has been spotted testing one out, that could only mean one thing....


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The thingie will be definitely smaller than most of us wanted it to be.
Just be careful so it doesn't drip on the floor in front of the toilet...
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HOLY CRAP! That thing growled at me!
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HOLY CRAP! That thing growled at me!
the growling is a feature, not a bug. it is also fixed in the next release (no, there is no release date as of yet, and yes, you will have to pay for it)
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but there's an instability that results with the high desnsity of the system results from the oscillation of anomolous transmissions between entities that fail to resolve over a prolonged period of time
Sounds like the DNA of the Incredible Hulk!

So that is why he is green!
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Bggggggg
255 Pentaxians currently viewing Pentax News and Rumors. It's a big number for this site.
Is this a reaction for Nikon annonsing new camera? In this case all 255 are browsing the wrong site.
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I saw one of those in the late '70s, but nobody believed me.
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