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    I'm sharing your pain all too literally. Except...

    I'm sharing your pain all too literally. Except mine's much bigger - 18mm. Way too big to pass. Surgery next Tuesday. I'm a little bummed they can't get it out all in one piece.
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    Another happy owner here. I have some dust...

    Another happy owner here. I have some dust particles inside mine as well, but not to the extent of that photo. I purchased mine last October. I chose it over any 24-xx lens because I needed more...
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    I also side with the SLR as your primary camera. ...

    I also side with the SLR as your primary camera. You'll appreciate the flash capabilities and the ability to limit depth of field - two other advantages I didn't see mentioned here.

    However, Rich...
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    You only really need a slim filter if you're...

    You only really need a slim filter if you're going to use it on a wide angle lens. Mine's an expensive Hoya that has a front thread for a lens cap. But if you're just going to use it on your...
  5. Ack. I think I fixed it.

    Ack. I think I fixed it.
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    Gotta be the fitty. Does the kid belong to you?

    Gotta be the fitty. Does the kid belong to you?
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    Yeah, pretty good, Don. Now where are the...

    Yeah, pretty good, Don.

    Now where are the basketball shots from Coldy?
  8. Washington Monument, Tidal Basin, & Cherry Blossoms

    Which composition do you prefer?

    http://farm1.static.flickr.com/174/466533266_8f0ee5ca43.jpg http://farm1.static.flickr.com/221/466661966_9f3f48d2d9.jpg
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    Really, why? The 70-300 seems to take great...

    Really, why? The 70-300 seems to take great photos, and you had more reach to boot.
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    How many would you estimate that you took at...

    How many would you estimate that you took at 300mm?
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    Great set, shoey. I'm with Adam and Don, that...

    Great set, shoey. I'm with Adam and Don, that elephant shot is awesome. I hope I get something like that when I go to Tanzania next year. I also like the one of Kilimanjaro and the one of the two...
  12. Thread: 17-55 pics

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    I like the first best as well. Nicely done.

    I like the first best as well. Nicely done.
  13. Thread: Jamaica, Mon

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    Is this true? I've read that long exposures...

    Is this true? I've read that long exposures result in fixed pattern noise. This is why if you have long exposure noise reduction turned on the camera will take a second photo of the same length...
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    I don't have that problem with mine.

    I don't have that problem with mine.
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    Beach Wedding

    And here are a few mini pictures from the wedding, which link to larger resolution versions. This was just for fun, there was an official photographer there using a Nikon and a 50-200 lens. I've...
  16. Thread: Jamaica, Mon

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    Jamaica, Mon

    I'm not busy at work, so I suppose I'll share a few shots from my trip to Jamaica a few weeks back. We were mostly stuck on the resort, so photo opportunities were limited. Here are a few:
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    Thanks for the clarification.

    Thanks for the clarification.
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    Actually, rotating front elements make it more...

    Actually, rotating front elements make it more difficult to use filters, as you have to reposition them every time you change the focal length. You probably want a circular polarizer, not a linear...
  19. Thread: My plan...

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    Agreed. I bought it sight unseen and was a...

    Agreed. I bought it sight unseen and was a little psyched out about it. It's no 10-22, but it's just not that heavy.
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    And one crazed individual can trigger a nuclear...

    And one crazed individual can trigger a nuclear war. I can't remember the last time the gunman or gunmen didn't kill themselves after their spree. You can't envision a scenario in which one...
  21. Thread: My plan...

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    Are you normally close to the stage? Would you...

    Are you normally close to the stage? Would you use the 35/1.4 more than, say, the 85/1.2? Would you need the extra reach of the 20D over the 5D?
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    So Don, what's your first mission with the 1D...

    So Don, what's your first mission with the 1D Mark II?
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    I know, I shouldn't get involved. This will be...

    I know, I shouldn't get involved. This will be the only thing I say on the subject..

    The right to bear arms is an antiquated amendment. Citizens used to live in fear that the King's Army could...
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    I live in Virginia but I'm not aware of anyone I...

    I live in Virginia but I'm not aware of anyone I know being personally affected. It's hard to understand.
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    The shadow you see on your pictures is likely...

    The shadow you see on your pictures is likely from the lens or lens hood when using your pop up flash. If you can, invest in an external flash.

    I don't know what would cause the ERROR 99...
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