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Trick post? How to take a piccy of my camera when i have to use it to take the piccy? I tried using the delay function but it was gone each time. :huh:

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Trick post? How to take a piccy of my camera when i have to use it to take the piccy? I tried using the delay function but it was gone each time. :huh:

two mirrors should do it :thumbsup:

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Trick post? How to take a piccy of my camera when i have to use it to take the piccy? I tried using the delay function but it was gone each time. :huh:

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Trick post? How to take a piccy of my camera when i have to use it to take the piccy? I tried using the delay function but it was gone each time. huh.gif

:rofl: x2

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If I knew how to use this Samsung BL103 it probably would take good pics. :lol:

Here are some oldies I have:

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Agfa 35 mm film circa 1962

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Great home movie camera in its day but I don't think film is available anymore.

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Not positive but I think this is the camera my Dad used while overseas in WW2

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Same problem as Tinker (my only camera) so I had to use some google images as well.

Sony a350, I have the standard kit lens plus a Sony 18-250 zoom.

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+1 :rocky:

I've been waiting for a D90 replacement for a long long time. I borrowed a D5000 for a summer vacation and totally loved the power of DSLR over compacts and I'm going for D7000 in a couple of months when price drops a bit.

Now I just need to convince my girlfriend that this is it! :shifty:

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I wanna play! :hehe:

My baby, err one of them...

Nikon D300s with 18-200mm Nikon AF-S VR lens and MB-D10 battery pack.

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Googled.. Nikon Coolpix P60

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I like the Camera Tinker. Even though I own a Canon, if I didn't, I'd own a nikon then

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Well i finally got it! Nikon D7000!

Awesome camera with lots of features. Have a lot to learn.

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For my work (and hobby) I bought a second camera...

An Olympus Tough TGH-810 with GPS, altimeter, compass, 10 weterproof, and crushproof if I might sit on it...lol

I'm anctious to see how well the GPS works....

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Forrester, It's be great to hear what you have to say about the Olympus Tough. I'm looking for a smaller camera that I can take around and abuse, and not have to baby like I do my D300s. Let us all know what you think.

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Lets re-awaken this from the dead.

Since giving up 3D work a few years back I've in the last year or so taken up bird photography quite by accident. Spending an afternoon in the local ER just over a year ago with luckily false heart attack symptoms prompted me to change a few things, like heading out for regular walks rather than turn into a couch potato. Bringing a camera along came naturally and in no-time I realized how fun chasing little things with feathers was.

Only had an old Sony A350 and 200mm as longest lens at that stage but that's all changed with some new additions.

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Sony A77 with VG and a new Sigma 150-500 lens...likely have a few lenses to many nowadays to be honest, think there's well over a dozen sitting on the shelf :oops:

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I've been slacking off with my Nikon D3000...been cheating with my Samsung Galaxy S2....great for close ups....can you say "unknown insect bite" ?

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Lets re-awaken this from the dead.

Since giving up 3D work a few years back I've in the last year or so taken up bird photography quite by accident. Spending an afternoon in the local ER just over a year ago with luckily false heart attack symptoms prompted me to change a few things, like heading out for regular walks rather than turn into a couch potato. Bringing a camera along came naturally and in no-time I realized how fun chasing little things with feathers was.

Only had an old Sony A350 and 200mm as longest lens at that stage but that's all changed with some new additions.

IMG_0440_zpsc2884464.jpg

Sony A77 with VG and a new Sigma 150-500 lens...likely have a few lenses to many nowadays to be honest, think there's well over a dozen sitting on the shelf :oops:

Allow me to illustrate

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