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Old Nov 8, 2009, 8:02 PM   #11
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ROFL! Awesome.
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Congrats on your new camera!



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Old Nov 8, 2009, 8:36 PM   #13
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OMG, that is a total riot!!!
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Those blast marks are too precise for Sand People. Only Imperial stormtroopers are so precise
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Those blast marks are too precise for Sand People. Only Imperial stormtroopers are so precise


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"Stormtrooper"

What a rip-off. The original white dSLR was the Minolta Alpha 8700i, which actually flew in space aboard the space station Mir.



Has anybody seen a Pentax Kx in space?
The white is just one of a few colours the Pentax KX comes in. I never realized that Minolta's were in space. Quite surprised...thought only Hasselblads were used in space. I wonder if the Minolta was beefed up for the rigors of space ?
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I never realized that Minolta's were in space. Quite surprised...thought only Hasselblads were used in space.
Olympus E-3 too, right recently?

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Olympus E-3 too, right recently?

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My bad. It was used in the ISS. So, not quite space.

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I think the Pentax robot will win...looks like the Sony robot has it's weapon backwards........... pointing towards the Sony Robot at point blank range. Ouch !!!
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