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04-27-2016, 05:19 PM   #25981
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Let me fix that right now.
IKEA sent me an e-mail today indicating they are having specials on food. I take this photo as an omen that I should comply with their suggestion. The pickled herring comes FOUR ways! Which should I get?

- Dill?
- Inlagd?
- Matjes?
- Senap?

So many choices...I am so confused...


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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
IKEA sent me an e-mail today indicating they are having specials on food. I take this photo as an omen that I should comply with their suggestion. The pickled herring comes FOUR ways! Which should I get?

- Dill?
- Inlagd?
- Matjes?
- Senap?

So many choices...I am so confused...


Steve
The "Dill" is my favorite, nice and light . Senap "mustard" is little too creamy/heavy for my liking. Not familiar with the other flavors. Your taste might differ...

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Not familiar with the other flavors.
'Inlagd' and 'Matjes' have to be assembled at home, and are usually missing a piece or two.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
As an object gets farther from a radiating light source the beams of light striking it become fewer, but they become closer to parallel. Therefore, broad daylight vs narrow daylight, though relative, would have to do with the distance from the sun. The Earth would be in broad daylight relative to Uranus, for example.
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Rupert type talk!!!!!
Well, he had to pull that answer out of somewhere...
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
'Inlagd' and 'Matjes' have to be assembled at home, and are usually missing a piece or two.
Say it isn`t so. The stupid hex-key is missing...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
In narrow daylight you need a faster lens.
Or a larger sensor. Or is it the other way? Can't you capture broader views of daylight with a larger sensor?

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Wait!... Not buying the K3 because it will be discontinued by the time I could afford one.
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In my skydiving days, I was only ever worried in a small plane below 1000ft. Above 1000ft I could leave!
When I was jumping people would ask, "Why would anyone want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane?"

To which I would respond, "Take a good look at the jump plane. If it makes it back down safely it will be a miracle."
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Perhaps the OP will return?
All hail the Second Coming!
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Let me fix that right now.
Hey, I want some!
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
IKEA sent me an e-mail today indicating they are having specials on food. I take this photo as an omen that I should comply with their suggestion. The pickled herring comes FOUR ways! Which should I get?

- Dill?
- Inlagd?
- Matjes?
- Senap?

So many choices...I am so confused...


Steve
I've not had any of those, but the dill sounds awfully good.
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
Or a larger sensor. Or is it the other way? Can't you capture broader views of daylight with a larger sensor?
You still need a faster lens.

Especially for that parallel light ray stuff Parallax was talking about.

The Sigma 300 f2.8 APO EX DG would be good for such conditions. Works great on my K5IIs.

Even at 80 ISO.

Yet another reason I will not buy a K3.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
I've not had any of those, but the dill sounds awfully good.
It rivals bacon in my opinion...
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