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Old Dec 25, 2008, 4:55 PM   #1
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i must have been bad because i only got a rifle support.. actually that's not true. med. bills is the reason



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Old Dec 25, 2008, 5:51 PM   #2
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i think i might have mentioned before i was getting a flash

on first inspection i think its going to take some serious study time to get to grips with, thank goodness for auto p-ttl lol


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Old Dec 25, 2008, 5:54 PM   #3
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That's a serious mount Roy...very impressive!

Here was what was in my stocking this morning...now I get to carry 2 bodies + a tripod. I think I'll be joining Gold's Gym to build up some muscle to carry this one around!



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Old Dec 25, 2008, 6:13 PM   #4
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Nothing to do with photography this year. Mostly clothes (which I really need), and a couple of audio books. We recently bought new computers and software, and I consider that my early Christmas present. Of course, that might change tomorrow...
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crikey jelpee, can you imagine how much that must weigh with two bodys, lenses, a tripod and a laptop lol. :shock:
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crikey jelpee, can you imagine how much that must weigh with two bodys, lenses, a tripod and a laptop lol. :shock:
:lol: I don't have to imagine. I have a similar one and a standing appointment with a chiropractor.

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Old Dec 25, 2008, 7:50 PM   #7
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I don't know that I've been such a good boy, but my wife must have done something right. Santa made his delivery with her gift the last week of November.



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Some nice gifts appropriate for everyone here. Now I see what your parts were the other day, Roy. Looks like it will come in quite handy with lenses like that!

Wow Jay. You must have some huge stocking! I have the Lowepro Fastpak that holds my laptop, camera flash, 4 lenses and misc. stuff. It may be heavy to pick up, but when on my back, quite comfortable for a day of walking. Although, I usually don't carry all that when I'm out. I wanted the laptop portion for traveling on planes. I still need a smaller bag for carrying around every day. In search for the perfect bag:-) My husband now has my sling bag as it wasn't large enough to hold the camera with the 70-300 lens on the camera.

My Santa gift (as you all know)was the K20 that arrived yesterday. My husband let me go ahead and open it last night. I've taken a few shots with it, but nothing great yet. I've got some reading to do still. Never made it outside today. But, plan on it tomorrow and taking the camera!

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I still need a smaller bag for carrying around every day. Patty
lowe pro ex-160
hopefully , IIRC ........
i'll try to look it uptomorrow... i can't believe what all it'll pack

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I think I'm in trouble at home, I got TWO bags one a KATA DR467 camera bag, & a wheelable travel bag. If I also get a one way ticket to anywhere I'll get the message.:lol:

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