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Old Nov 8, 2006, 7:59 PM   #11
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No wonder you are excited Don. The fruit looks scumptious....must admit I have never seen individually labeled tomatoes before!

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That fruit does look good. I think it's a law here that produce has to be labled as to where it came from and load number or something............Don
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Don, the galleries are fantastic. It looks like the V-Lux 1 and you are off to a great start. I really enjoyed the scenery, rodeo, windmalls, air show and the others.. And it looks like Willena is the boss of the house. Looking forward to seeing more.
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 11:02 PM   #13
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Thanks a lot Jerry. I've had fun taking every shot there. I didn't know what I was doing half the time but enjoyed it anyway.

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Great shot's Don, hope (i'm sure you will) you enjoy your camera.

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Old Nov 9, 2006, 9:05 AM   #15
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Thanks Ronny, If we can't have fun with them, we don't need a camera as far as I'm concerned. I see the arguments in other forums over silly little stuff that makes no difference to 99.9% of users and am glad we don't do that here..............Don
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Old Nov 10, 2006, 12:07 AM   #16
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Great shots Don, your gleeful enthusiasm is terrific,
it bring to mind a favorite quote.

"I HAVE NEVER TAKEN A PICTURE FOR ANY OTHER REASON THAN THAT AT THAT MOMENT IT MADE ME HAPPY TO DO SO."
-Jacques-Henri Lartigue
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Old Nov 10, 2006, 6:47 AM   #17
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congrats at making a choice d-sr
hope its a fun experience

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Old Nov 10, 2006, 9:49 AM   #18
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Looking really good. Can't wait to see more. )

Nice gallery. (bookmarked). I am curious about your type of lens hood. I have never seen any like that. It is interesting that it is so long and narrows towards the end.

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Them there pictures are very nice. I think you are going to be happy with your new camera.

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Thanks, Tinosa,Riley,Beth & Roger. I am loving this camera and, hopefully, I will get used to the changes quickly.

Beth, If you are referring to the metal on the camera front in pictures 2,9 & 10, in the Equipment gallery, that is a 62mm JKC CRing adapter. I use that and the CRings for all my add-0n lenses. If you will look at the next three pictures, 11 shows the camera on and the lens extended almost flush with the adapter end. #12 shows how the CRing screwed in flush with the adaptor instead of on top of it. #13 shows my Raynox 6600 WA lens mounted to theCRingwhich is mounted to the Adaptor. Whew!! If you understood that, youre a genius!! I think this adaptor and CRing set up gets the add-on lens closer to the camera lens, helping to eleminate viregating (sp?).............Don
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