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Old Apr 13, 2010, 1:23 PM   #11
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Congratulations Ned!
I know you're excited, its just like being a little boy again, waiting for Christmas morning!
I just ordered the "Cotton Carrier" for my camera last night and can't wait for it to get here, and I'm still looking for the right lens to order...
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Old Apr 13, 2010, 1:28 PM   #12
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"Cotton Carrier"? That's new one... Thanks, my friend, for your kind words. All the best. Ned
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Well done! Congrats, and now the waiting gets even harder than while you were waiting for the finances to work their way out. I'm looking forward to all your spring pictures and to see what you make of the two lenses you have. I know you'll have a great time and don't hesitate to ask questions, I'm sure you'll have a million of them.
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"Cotton Carrier"? That's new one... Thanks, my friend, for your kind words. All the best. Ned

Sorry Ned, I should have explained...
With my bad back, its pretty painful to carry a camera around my neck for for any length of time.
this is a pretty cool carry system.
Here is a link to there web site.

http://buy.cottoncarrier.com/
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Well done! Congrats, and now the waiting gets even harder than while you were waiting for the finances to work their way out. I'm looking forward to all your spring pictures and to see what you make of the two lenses you have. I know you'll have a great time and don't hesitate to ask questions, I'm sure you'll have a million of them.
Many kind thanks. I certainly will! Appreciate your kind words. Ned
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Old Apr 13, 2010, 2:31 PM   #16
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Sorry Ned, I should have explained...
With my bad back, its pretty painful to carry a camera around my neck for for any length of time.
this is a pretty cool carry system.
Here is a link to there web site.
http://buy.cottoncarrier.com/

Holy cats! No worries! Very cool, indeed!
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Congrats my friend. How cool isn´t that? Hope you get your camera soon. And I´ll be waiting for your beautiful photos.

Take care
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Hejsan, Daniel! Många tack! I guess it is Spring and everything is green in Stockholm, like at Torgny's place??? No worries... We have had a harsh winter this year. I am looking forward to the month of May when everything will be in bloom. Thinking of all sorts of ideas for pictures. Många hälsningar och har det så bra. Ned
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Congratulations on the 'newly ordered' K-7 - a great kamera for a great photographer!

Looking forward to see a lot of your Finnish landscapes!


Good luck, Ned!
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Oi, many kind thanks, indeed, Walter... I am absolutely chuffed to bits! Can hardly wait to get to family summer cottage by the lake! All the best to you and yours.

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