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Old Nov 30, 2003, 10:10 AM   #21
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as to my lttle batch of cameras:

1Ds- is my field camera with a little kick.
A1- the traveler. for my occasional carry light field trips. and family gatherings.
c5050z- actually my wifes/daughters camera until the UW housing is needed. then its glug glug glug for me.

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the rest are 27 years of shooting and meeting my growing wants/needs.

the other items a the result of going from a wet darkroom to a digital one and allowing the crossover. i still shoot w/film especially B/W.

all this doesn't make me necessarily right, just a little poorer.

actually all this stuff is a shoddily planned exercise of self psycho analysis. after i buy all this i can't afford a shrink :shock:
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Old Nov 30, 2003, 12:38 PM   #22
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Oh, I'm certainly not knocking your little batch of cameras... Envious actually -- though if you look at all that I have here (all that remains after a divorce some years ago, that is <G>), I am not exactly without "toys" either <G>!

In any event, my point was simply that with that much equipment, you are less likely to be enthralled with any one piece...

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as to my lttle batch of cameras:

1Ds- is my field camera with a little kick.
A1- the traveler. for my occasional carry light field trips. and family gatherings.
c5050z- actually my wifes/daughters camera until the UW housing is needed. then its glug glug glug for me.

http://www.pbase.com/image/20061499

the rest are 27 years of shooting and meeting my growing wants/needs.

the other items a the result of going from a wet darkroom to a digital one and allowing the crossover. i still shoot w/film especially B/W.

all this doesn't make me necessarily right, just a little poorer.

actually all this stuff is a shoddily planned exercise of self psycho analysis. after i buy all this i can't afford a shrink :shock:
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Old Nov 30, 2003, 1:12 PM   #23
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no offence taken.
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Old Mar 4, 2004, 11:49 PM   #24
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how about no black and white setting- i love black and white photography and they have to somehow bring it back because black and white looks cooler than color
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Old Mar 5, 2004, 7:37 PM   #25
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I guess I am lucky I have yet to find a dowside to the D2H ... but I bought it for Sports action( what it is designed for) And It is my job to get the lighting sets right, High ISO No problem I shoot at no higher than 800. WHY!!! I spend alot of time getting the light to the sensor, preaty simple..
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Only downside I can see to the D2H is that it doesnt leave much room for excuses... LOL You really can't blame the equipment for poor results LOL
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