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    If $ were no object, would you spring for the...

    If $ were no object, would you spring for the 50mm F/1.4 over the F/1.8? I don't have either but am seriously looking at the 1.4.
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    Sure, as long as it can charge cells with a...

    Sure, as long as it can charge cells with a rating of 2000 mAh.
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    I've done quite a bit of business with Thomas...

    I've done quite a bit of business with Thomas Distributing over the past 5 years, you can't go wrong with them. I also recommend the Maha MH-C9000 if you're looking for a good charger for your...
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    eneloop

    eneloop are, IMO, the best NiMH batteries on the planet. I use them in all my cams that take AA cells.

    They retain 85% of their charge after a year of sitting idle. Plus, they hold their voltage...
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    Spare Battery for the D50 - Diamondback

    If you're going to go with a spare battery (or batteries), have a look at these. I'm going to purchase a spare for my G10 and 450D. Heard great things about these batts on another forum, run time and...
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    I use it until it's around 50% full, then charge...

    I use it until it's around 50% full, then charge it right before I go to use it again. Li-Ions don't like to sit around fully charged which is why I only charge prior to use.

    Obviously I drain it...
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    Voltage Depression

    Sounds like your batteries may be suffering from what is know as "Voltage Depression". The voltage is probably enough when you put the cells in, but drops very quickly to the point where your camera...
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    Yes, I actually picked up a 120 yesterday and was...

    Yes, I actually picked up a 120 yesterday and was going to say that if you wanted to set that, you had to go into Program mode and hit menu.

    I'm a big canon person and own numerous Canon...
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    Yes, I believe these cameras carry a 1 year...

    Yes, I believe these cameras carry a 1 year warranty, shouldn't have a problem getting it serviced.
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    Thomas Distributing

    I've done quite a bit of business with Thomas Distributing and have been very happy with both their products and service.
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    Mh-c9000

    I agree, this is my primary charger and I've been very happy with it.

    I'll continue to charge my NiMH cells (LSD and Non-LSD) at a rate between .5 and 1A. And regarding Sanyo's charging...
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    Charging at 1C is not "Way too fast" and will not...

    Charging at 1C is not "Way too fast" and will not damage cells, burst them, or set them on fire. Charging too slow can lead to increased crystalline formations within the cells, higher resistance,...
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    For NiMH batteries, I highly recommend eneloop...

    For NiMH batteries, I highly recommend eneloop and/or the Powerex 2700 mAh AA cells. The eneloop cells have a capacity rating of 2000 mAh but with a much slower self-discharge rate. At the same...
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    External HDD and DVD . . .

    External HDD and DVD . . .
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    Mh-c9000

    I couldn't agree more. If you end up going with the C9000, charge your eneloops at 1000 mA and you'll be good to go. As a rule of thumb (and this is one of the best features of this charger), I...
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    eneloop cells

    Although I've not tried the Imedion cells, I can say the eneloop cells appear to be better than the Rayovac Hybrids both in terms of self-discharge rate and voltage under load. Regarding a charger,...
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    eneloop

    Been using eneloop cells for a little over a year now and they've replaced all my NiMH cells except for my Maha 2700 mAh AAs.

    I even use them in my electric toothbrush :)
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    Card Speed

    That's a generic description of all Kingston SD cards. I suggest you look at Newegg to determine which card is right for you.
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    Lens

    It will fit with one lens snugly, there isn't room for 2 lenses. I have another case that I use when I'm taking the Wide Angle and telephoto lenses.
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    Batteries: Powerex 2700 mAh AA - These are...

    Batteries:

    Powerex 2700 mAh AA - These are hands down the best NiMH cells I've owned. Capacities over 2700 mAh and very low self-discharge.

    Sanyo Eneloop AA - As a backup or use when the...
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    Red Rock State Park

    Taken a few days ago during a hike in Red Rock State Park, Sedona, AZ:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v372/coppertrail/TheMoney.jpg
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    3rd Party Batteries

    When I purchased the Canon SD1000, I also purchased a non-canon battery for it. I've not had any issues with the off-brand battery. My hunch is the 850 mAh rating is overrated so it will most...
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    Maha Chargers

    I do have the MH-C800s and it is a great charger. My primary charger is the MH-C9000. I try to charge at .5C and discharge at .2C.

    Regarding the fast chargers. If you want to get the max # of...
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    eneloop and Powerex 2700

    I'm down to using only Powerex 2700 mAh AA cells and eneloops. The 2700s live up to their rated capacity and have a low self-discharge rate for standard NiMH cells. I don't think you can go wrong...
  25. I don't see how this is possible seeing as these...

    I don't see how this is possible seeing as these batteries have circuits that prevent over charging/over discharging.
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