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Old Jan 1, 2008, 8:18 PM   #1
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Old Jan 1, 2008, 8:19 PM   #2
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File too large? Right click and choose Show image (PC) and the picture will adjust to your monitor.These 16:9 monitors are not exactly made for portrait orientation.

It is also a great method for long panoramas. :-) Mac - don´t know



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Not much left of that harbor, but you still captured a great picture.
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Old Jan 3, 2008, 2:00 PM   #4
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Not much left of that harbor, but you still captured a great picture.
Thanks, Calicajun. There are more, I´ll try to find the URL

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Awesome shots, i was going to get the 17-40 but didn't like the range it had
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Awesome shots, i was going to get the 17-40 but didn't like the range it had
Thanks. There is always the EF-S 10-22 and the Sigma 10-20. Had plans to "go FF". Otherwise I would have chosen one of the above mentioned

The EF-S series feels more solid but the Sigma is equally great , I think

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Awesome shots, i was going to get the 17-40 but didn't like the range it had
Thanks. There is always the EF-S 10-22 and the Sigma 10-20. Had plans to "go FF". Otherwise I would have chosen one of the above mentioned

The EF-S series feels more solid but the Sigma is equally great , I think

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I know what you mean, i also am going to get the sigma 10-20, but i was going to get the 17-40 but decided on the 17-85 for that extra reach.
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