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09-04-2020, 04:24 AM - 1 Like   #9361
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I can't be the only one who thought that was a radio at first glance, surely?
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I can't be the only one who thought that was a radio at first glance, surely?
I think you are
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I can't be the only one who thought that was a radio at first glance, surely?
You are not alone. I thought that for a brief second until I read Gentle cycle

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Really? I thought it was tuned in to the 'Regular Action' programme, where it all happens!
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Very nice.

I'd say someone takes incredible good care of their stuff. That is possibly the cleanest washing machine I've seen in some time.


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Very nice.

I'd say someone takes incredible good care of their stuff. That is possibly the cleanest washing machine I've seen in some time.


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Thanks.
It was a one-time cleaning not representative of a normal state.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
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No, I was thinking what kind of old power amplifier is this?
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No, I was thinking what kind of old power amplifier is this?
One that has Small, Medium and Large Load settings for 4, 8 and 16 ohm speakers like this DIY power amplifier:


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One that has Small, Medium and Large Load settings for 4, 8 and 16 ohm speakers like this DIY power amplifier:




Now the explanation for regular action and gentle action?


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Now the explanation for regular action and gentle action?


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Simple, the sound attenuation has two settings, Regular or Gentle Action. Thus you can configure say a Large Load of Regular Action.
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Ok, I'm finally getting around to developing some film...nothing special here, but I shot these with my Spotmatic SP with a Super Takumar 35mm/3.5, HP5+/D76. The first shot I had hopes for, as a thunderstorm soaked the hot beach sand and it was steaming 10 mins later...but this pic doesn't get it right.
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Ok, I'm finally getting around to developing some film...nothing special here, but I shot these with my Spotmatic SP with a Super Takumar 35mm/3.5, HP5+/D76. The first shot I had hopes for, as a thunderstorm soaked the hot beach sand and it was steaming 10 mins later...but this pic doesn't get it right.
Quite often shots like that will "wet print" a lot better than they scan.
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this grey, windy and tormended day was the perfect setting for capturing victor polster before his departure,
and new chapter with staatstheater nurnberg. see you soon my friend
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