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Old Mar 5, 2005, 4:01 PM   #151
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Cheers KK,

The shot of Ciara was more luck than set-up! just wanted to have a play with that adjustable centre square job!

Which part is Irish.......The Violent part:lol:

mmmm don't know about the filters, the colours are way flat, like you have pointed out with the shots Tony did, the colours are stunning.

Will see have to wait for the response from the place I bought them from.

First things first must get a minipod this plasticy bendy job is going in the bin!!!!

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Old Mar 5, 2005, 4:13 PM   #152
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Highly recommend the 10 quid mini pod from Jessops KK and i both have. It is very good for table top work.

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Thanks Tony.

Ian,the 52mm bit might be, inpart,a concession to Yashica owners, many of the lenses were using 52mm accessories, and ....... 52 does seem to be more common than 49mm elsewhere.

Don't let the missus know the flowers were only for photographic experiments .... especially you, Ian!

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To late

The missus just came up behind me and read what you wrote....cheers KK for stitching me up :-):-)


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Old Mar 5, 2005, 4:25 PM   #155
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Hey Ian

Maybe the pics of your flowers have flat colours cos they are all white??? :-)

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Old Mar 5, 2005, 4:29 PM   #156
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Tony,

No the colours are flat and a dirty grey/white because I'm taking the pictures through frosted glass:lol:

Here is the straight on shot of the 5p. Lighting's not right, but it's not bad still F8. The purple fringing on the tail of the 5 is a bit sad otherwise not too bad I think.

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Just had some news from the place I got the filters from,

They've given me a full refund and not asked for the filters back.......yet!
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You could ditch the glass and save the tubes! But I assume it was an oversight that they did not specify that you return the goods! Unless ..... they may not wish to pay for the return postage too .........Hmmmm!


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No I've had another E-mail, just accepts that these could be a bad set.

Said they had never had a complaint before so there we go.

Refunded money in full including postage.

Nice whenyou get a company that can do that!

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Old Mar 5, 2005, 11:01 PM   #160
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Thats real decent of them.... so what you gonna do? Get another filter or the DCR250? My filter wasfrom e bay but it is a Jessops brand and is 11 quidat Jessops.

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