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Old Mar 31, 2004, 1:00 PM   #1
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Default Little error on front of Eos Magazine (LOL)

Now I'm really confused as why I bought a BG-ED ;D.
Not to take my portraits like this ;D.



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Old Mar 31, 2004, 3:36 PM   #2
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D'oah!

to funny....
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Old Mar 31, 2004, 4:26 PM   #3
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Hmmm its a good thing they put a vertical shutter release on that thing...
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Old Mar 31, 2004, 10:19 PM   #4
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HAHAHA
Good stuff!
Makes me wanna run out and buy the battery grip for my 10D!
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Old Apr 2, 2004, 5:41 PM   #5
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I am not too proud to say I'm missing the humor in this photo. Someone please enlighten me so I get it next time..... ops:
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hmm....i think they think the wierd circle thing is a second shutter......lol i didn't get it either lol
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Old Apr 3, 2004, 12:52 AM   #7
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OK, OK, OK,....In no defense of the cover......I too find myself in this position and wonder why I spent the extra money on a grip . Old habits die hard! Good Luck All! And don't forget that thing on the bottom.....it works too! Bob
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Old Apr 3, 2004, 2:22 AM   #8
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THe only problem I have with the grip is that sometimes when I'm really busy I want to turn the camera even one step further to find out my viewfinder is gone .

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I am not too proud to say I'm missing the humor in this photo. Someone please enlighten me so I get it next time..... ops:
The camera has a built-in vertical (portrait orientation) grip and shutter release but the model is holding the camera with the horizontal grip. Probably why she is a model and not a photographer. That is a "hefty" camera and you wouldn't want to hold it like that for long 8)

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Old Apr 3, 2004, 6:16 AM   #10
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From an "artistic" stand point though the model looks better holding the camera this way though... The picture is more balanced with hand top/bottom...

If she was to hold the camera like us photographer even though it might be more practical, but the cropping for the cover wouldn't have worked... The "photographer" did his job correctly by posing the model just as it should have been for this assignment! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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