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Old Jun 26, 2009, 1:26 PM   #11
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what a nice post.
to me also,, guys = all of us..
there were very few posters when i joined the group.. i had misgivings that it would take off as it has there were times it might take a couple of days to get an answer..
now??? WOW!!
check it out and you'll see that we are number 1 here at steve's..
anybody that does any research can see that pentax offers the best deal around..

Originally Posted by nhmom View Post
I lurked for a while, too. Used to spend a lot of time in the biweekly challenge. But, since I've discovered this great group, I hardly ever go there.

Besides it would be nice to have another female in the group. Being from California myself (and actually Harriet, too), I use the word "guys" for groups of people. Around here Harriet and I really are "one of the guys". (It's okay real guys. I enjoy your company.)

It's easy to post an image. Just make sure the image is a smaller size. I use the resizer in Windows Explorer (a download from the Power Toys page on windows.com) to set my pictures to medium size (800 pixels on one side). Then, at the bottom of the page under your message there is an attachment option. Browse to your small file and click submit reply.

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Old Jun 26, 2009, 3:30 PM   #12
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Forgot to mention, cameanee, welcome from another SoCal person. You have to admit, we never lack for something to photograph, do we?

One other thing I forgot to mention, while the K20 is larger and heavier than the K100, it's ergonomics are quite good and I don't have any trouble using it (I'm not very big). Most of the K100's controls are in the same place, though the K20 has other controls also. It takes a bit of reading and thought to get used to them, but I didn't find it overwhelming (I was just so delighted to have the ability to change metering modes with a flick of the finger, instead of going into the menus).
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