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Old Jan 13, 2007, 10:08 AM   #1
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"Highcountry Highlander - Zero Degrees at 8,000 feet"
Roger Hogan
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Chama, New Mexico

"Lovebird in Wild"
James Hamilton
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Gilbert, Arizona, USA

Ring the bell for Pentax.

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Old Jan 13, 2007, 10:55 AM   #2
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"Highcountry Highlander - Zero Degrees at 8,000 feet"
Roger Hogan
Pentax K10D
Chama, New Mexico

"Lovebird in Wild"
James Hamilton
Pentax K10D
Gilbert, Arizona, USA

Ring the bell for Pentax.

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Add another to the list. I just received an E-mail telling me about this one.

http://www.azcolt.com/

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Roger Hogan

Ring the Bell for Pentax for today: Ring, Ring & another Ring.

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Old Jan 13, 2007, 11:06 AM   #3
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Rogers

Congratulation. Good news. I always say to those naysayers, measurabators (?), reviews controlled by vested interests.....that what is counted is the pictures. Take pict and talk about merit and demerits later for improving.

When we look at the lens supply (or the lack thereof) issue , we know where the trend go. What sells are the cameras and the pict they take.

Thanks forto get these info for us.

Daniel


p.s. after having all the primes I need 16-28-50-100-135-300mm I have stopped looking for lens. But just got a Manfrotto 680B Monopod & Manfrotto 234RC head. As the Pentax 1.7x is out of my reach I ordered from KEH Kenko 1.5 instead. Hope they work out ok. I am too thrilled with the TC . But it does not cost much and I can always ebay that .
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Good news. I always say to those naysayers, measurabators (?), reviews controlled by vested interests.....that what is counted is the pictures. Take pict and talk about merit and demerits later for improving.

When we look at the lens supply (or the lack thereof) issue , we know where the trend go. What sells are the cameras and the pict they take.

Thanks forto get these info for us.

Daniel


p.s. after having all the primes I need 16-28-50-100-135-300mm I have stopped looking for lens. But just got a Manfrotto 680B Monopod & Manfrotto 234RC head. As the Pentax 1.7x is out of my reach I ordered from KEH Kenko 1.5 instead. Hope they work out ok. I am too thrilled with the TC . But it does not cost much and I can always ebay that .
Daniel, I can't speak for Mr. Hamilton but I can for Roger. I know very little about cameras so I let the K10D make most of the decissions. Thank you Pentax for making my wildlife hunts more enjoyable.

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Congratulations, Roger and James, to a well earned recognition!

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Old Jan 13, 2007, 11:37 AM   #6
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idd well earned! congrats!
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Congratulationsare in order!

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Congratulations, great work.

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Thanks guys! :-) Jim
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Congratulations Roger! Looks like you have another one for Sunday: "Snowstorm / Deer & Elk / Very Unusual Combination"
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