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01-31-2011, 12:01 AM   #121
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Thanks for the link...

Wow, just wow...

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QuoteOriginally posted by johnmflores Quote
I so want to write a pun about "heavy tsartillery", but I won't...
We're all russian around trying to find puns to make.

I'm terribly unhappy with my Pentax LX. Every time I take a roll of pictures and open the camera to look at the film and see how I did, it's all black! Clearly this camera isn't taking pictures at all.
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I'm suing Pentax to recoup money for therapy! Its been months since I've been emotionally harassed by people at a lighting/posing class for daring to bring a Pentax to a room full of Nikon D40's! I had to physically suffer under the more sturdy body of my K7 and deal with the taunts of being "frugal" by being able to use the teacher's Supertak that he never thought he'd see used again.

The horror!!!!
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I have a problem with my K-Y which I bought from my local chemist.

I have problems focusing when I'm applying it. Someone told me it's because I don't have "digital stabilisation."

I also have problems applying it in low tungsten light because I can't see what I'm doing very well.

Also, I am worried that applying too much may leave a "stain" - is this the same "sensor stain" issue that everyone has been talking about?

Oh wait ... am I on the right forum? :-)

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LOLOLOL!!!!! Thanks for that, Christine.

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I have a problem with my K-Y which I bought from my local chemist.

I have problems focusing when I'm applying it. Someone told me it's because I don't have "digital stabilisation."

I also have problems applying it in low tungsten light because I can't see what I'm doing very well.

Also, I am worried that applying too much may leave a "stain" - is this the same "sensor stain" issue that everyone has been talking about?

Oh wait ... am I on the right forum? :-)
Marry me?
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Bonza beaut Christine. :-)
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Marry me?
Show me your lens collection.

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Show me your lens collection.
I'd propose too, but the lens collection still needs some work . (I guess I need to re-read Pride and Prejudice as well, Anna Karenina would seem to offer valuable insight too? )
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Show me your lens collection.
So you're looking for someone with a nice glass?
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It's not how long the lens is. It's what you do with it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Christine Tham Quote
Oh wait ... am I on the right forum? :-)
QuoteOriginally posted by Wheatfield Quote
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QuoteOriginally posted by Christine Tham Quote
Show me your lens collection.
Isn't this about the point that someone chimes in with the "man, boy, price of the toy" thing?

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Thanks Christine! That post and your reply is the best of 2011, and it's only February already!
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When buying a used lens, it's always a good idea to look for signs of fungus.
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When buying a used lens, it's always a good idea to look for signs of fungus.
What was this thread originally about, again??

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