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[#] Wed Jun 25 2008 15:36:18 EDT from Magma @ My Castle Wall

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Here are a few I have taken in the past, still sorting through all my new stuff to add onto deviantart.

Taken with Canon EOS Film using 200 ISO Slide Film.

http://magmax.deviantart.com/art/White-Caps-41125113

Taken with Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Shutter Speed: 5/1 second
F Number: F/5.6
Focal Length: 80 mm
ISO Speed: 100

http://magmax.deviantart.com/art/Long-Road-Home-41024474

 Last for now unless you want more (magmax.deviantart.com)

Taken with Make: Canon
Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Shutter Speed: 1/60 second
F Number: F/5.6
Focal Length: 80 mm
ISO Speed: 400

http://magmax.deviantart.com/art/Red-Sky-40587512

 



[#] Wed Jun 25 2008 18:47:14 EDT from simplygorgeous @ My Castle Wall

Subject: nice

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max i absolutly love the red sky photo simply gorgeous  the cars moving is pretty cool to xx

[#] Wed Jun 25 2008 22:38:23 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

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That, my dear, is a type of maple.  What do you call it in the land of Oz?
Wed Jun 25 2008 22:55:53 UTC from simplygorgeous@mycastlewall
Subject: murray bridge day out

the closest australia has to a maple leaf yahhh we got em sort of mike lol




[#] Wed Jun 25 2008 22:59:59 EDT from simplygorgeous @ My Castle Wall

Subject: Re:murray bridge day out

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we were at a park i saw the leaf but didnt see the tree in the whole park lol or i would of takin a pic of the actual tree too but i didnt see it anywhere just saw gum trees 

[#] Thu Jun 26 2008 10:25:33 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

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Heh.. Some good Canadian is dropping leaves all over the world. ;)
Thu Jun 26 2008 02:59:59 UTC from simplygorgeous@mycastlewall
Subject: Re:murray bridge day out

we were at a park i saw the leaf but didnt see the tree in the whole park lol or i would of takin a pic of the actual tree too but i didnt see it anywhere just saw gum trees 


[#] Fri Jul 04 2008 15:58:37 EDT from razors @ My Castle Wall

Subject: My Home Town Pride of Uk London

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[#] Fri Jul 04 2008 16:02:37 EDT from razors @ My Castle Wall

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[#] Fri Jul 04 2008 16:26:49 EDT from razors @ My Castle Wall

Subject: MY HOME TOWN LONDON UK

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PRIDE OF BRITAN

Tower Bridge at night with cars.bmp (image/bmp, 3925332 bytes) [ View | Download ]
Trafalgar Square.bmp (image/bmp, 3925332 bytes) [ View | Download ]
[#] Sun Jul 06 2008 22:31:38 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Ok, so it seems we lost our digital camera and we need to replace it. What would be a good entry level camera. The only thing I am looking for is good turnaround time between shots. The first camera we had was on the order of 5-10 seconds between
shots and the one we just lost was in the order of 1 - 2 seconds. Anybody have an idea of a fair camera in the sub 300 buck range?

[#] Sun Jul 06 2008 22:49:00 EDT from Rudolph @ Uncensored

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I've been really really happy with my Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ8. The DMCFZ18 seems to be the current version, and is about 350. Last I saw the 8, at Best Buy and WalMart, it was like 299.

It has a pretty quick "turnaround" time, including a rapid-fire setting (which disables the flash though). Can't give you a real number, but it's fast enough I don't bitch at the camera when it's "thinking" like I did on my previous camera (canon point-n-shoot) The other part I really like is the 12x optical zoom (Leica optics too). It takes pretty good photos, not as good as wifey's DSLR, but still pretty good. My only real complaint so far is the flash, though it's passable for a built-in, there's no connection for an external flash.

See some of it's shots at my flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/downinit/tags/dmcfz8/



[#] Mon Jul 07 2008 00:16:24 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Thanks Rudolph, I will give that one a lookie lou. I will be headed for Mt. Rushmore on Wednsday night, so I will try to find it locally (Minneapols St. Paul Minnesota area).

[#] Mon Jul 07 2008 01:07:46 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

Subject: Re:MY HOME TOWN LONDON UK

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NICE!
Fri Jul 04 2008 20:26:49 UTC from razors@mycastlewall
Subject: MY HOME TOWN LONDON UK

PRIDE OF BRITAN


[#] Sat Jul 12 2008 02:17:44 EDT from cowli1 @ My Castle Wall

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[#] Wed Jul 16 2008 19:22:06 EDT from razors @ My Castle Wall

Subject: a castle hotel in madrid i stayed at last week

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[#] Mon Sep 22 2008 23:07:28 EDT from flynnfx @ Uncensored

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Leica Leaks Out New High-End S System With 37MP, Almost-Medium-Format S2 DSLR

 

Leica's been busy lately, on the fetishistic high-end as always; their ultra-fast f/0.95 Noctilux lens wowed us a few weeks back, the new M8.2 digital rangefinder and C-Lux and D-Lux compacts also hit, and now they've expanded their digital range to include the S-series ultra high-res DSLR. Aimed at studio pros who would have been medium-format shooters in the film world (advertising, fashion, etc), the S2's specs as leaked in this page from Professional Photographer magazine are characteristically audacious for Leica.

The S2 will feature a brand new 30x45mm sensor, which sits comfortably between a full-frame 35mm sensor and true medium format (as found in digital backs like Phase One's crazy 65MP P65+). But unlike other massive quasi-medium format cameras, the S2 will have a more compact DSLR form factor similar to Leica's R-series. Nine new Leica lenses will also round out the system. No price, but you know, crazy expensive as always. [Professional Photographer scan on Flickr

http://gizmodo.com/5053130/leica-leaks-out-new-high+end-s-system-with-37mp-almost+medium+format-s2-dslr 



[#] Tue Sep 23 2008 03:43:23 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Perfect. At that resolution, you don't need a microscope anymore.

seriously, 37MP... You could enlarge 1/4 of a fly's wing to poster size and still not have pixelation.



[#] Tue Sep 23 2008 13:41:34 EDT from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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Too bad it won't be even close to affordable....

I had a Leica M7 film camera.... What a waste of money. I blew up two pictures, one from the Leica, another from an ancient Yashica rangefinder and could barely tell the difference between them.

Leica is mostly hype.....

[#] Tue Sep 23 2008 14:14:50 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

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But you must admit, the older ones are damn near bullet proof.  I haven't played with their new DSLR's yet.
Tue Sep 23 2008 17:41:34 UTC from Ragnar Danneskjoldin Shutterbugs> @uncnsrd (Uncensored)

Leica is mostly hype.....


[#] Tue Sep 23 2008 14:25:17 EDT from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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Sep 23 2008 2:14pm from BOFHMike @mycastlewall (My Castle Wall) in Digital
Photography>
But you must admit, the older ones are damn near bullet proof. I haven't

played with their new DSLR's yet.


No doubt.... a 50 year old Leica that's been serviced is still a great camera.

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