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09-07-2019, 07:48 AM   #46
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Absolutely! Me, I'm in favor of anything that gets people out there shooting. Except for Canon people and their glorified point and shoots lol!

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1 I am not an expert [ just some one who posts a lot ]

2 IMHO, photography is a formula:

knowledge + experience + equipment = good photos

there are great photos posted in the forums taken by various camera bodies and lenses manufactured from long ago up to a few weeks ago

3 IMHO, I know of no camera body or lens that can guarantee success ( I am well acquainted with Operator Error )

YMMV
I love your use of acronyms. They are a great way to write using fewer words. YMMV is one I've seen once in a while and I was determined to crack the code. I finally was successful and believe that YMMV stands for "You make me vomit". Am I right?

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QuoteOriginally posted by psoo Quote
I love your use of acronyms. They are a great way to write using fewer words. YMMV is one I've seen once in a while and I was determined to crack the code. I finally was successful and believe that YMMV stands for "You make me vomit". Am I right?
Absolutely correct. In fact, I'll use your interpretation of YMMV herein.

I often refer to my better half as 'SWMBO'.
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. . . I finally was successful and believe that YMMV stands for "You make me vomit". Am I right?
no

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Absolutely correct. In fact, I'll use your interpretation of YMMV herein.

I often refer to my better half as 'SWMBO'.
SWMBO?? I'll have to work on that one.
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SWMBO?? I'll have to work on that one.
'She who must be obeyed'. I'd like to hear what you come up with!
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'She who must be obeyed'. I'd like to hear what you come up with!
"She who must be obeyed" is an appropriate interpretation of SWMBO because "Some women may be overbearing"
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