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mookie3127 last won the day on July 6 2011

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  1. I was searching for camera inspired wallpapers for my computer and came across a similar shot, so I decided to try it myself. I used my camera to make a picture of my other camera. Canon 5DMIII by Jason, on Flickr
  2. I think this is appropriate for this thread...
  3. Is it just for the occasional snapshot, or would you want to do more with it, i.e. photograph other things like day trips with the family, record video, etc? Do you think you'd have any interest in more control over the camera settings? Since i shoot Canon, I'm more familiar with their lineup and the $200 range has several point and shoot options, but keep in mind, they're very basic. The literal definition of point and shoot. And at the point and shoot end of the spectrum, I found myself in the $250-$350 range for anything that I would consider. I'm sure that Nikon and Sony have comparable products. Now if you're looking for something that you'd have a little more control over, I found a couple of Canon DSLR's in the $450-$500 range, but they do have interchangeable lenses.
  4. I'd gladly photography kangaroos for a while. Maybe one day if I ever make it to Austrailia. Thank you, sir! Sent you a PM about the Pontiac. Returned the follow. You've got some great stuff. I may have to pick your brain on processing for portraiture. I'd like to get into it a little more just for shots of the kiddo.
  5. I have a 2015 Toyota Highlander and it's been fantastic. It routinely averages around 21/22 MPG in the city (about 80% of my driving) and around 28 on the highway. It has 3rd row seats that fold flush with the back cargo area, so when they're not in use, and I have yet to use them, I have a ton of storage room back there. I upgraded to it when my son was changing from rear facing to forward facing. My truck was a huge pain to find a car seat for and his knees were practically in the back of the seat in front of him. Plus the added technology that my now 18 year old truck lacked. Once my son is done with Pre-K next year, I'm thinking about handing the Highlander over to my wife and trading in her car on a small truck since he'll likely be in a booster seat by then.
  6. I was thinking you were a Canon guy. Same here. I have the 7DM2 as well and the 2nd generation of the 100-400 lives on mine. It's my wildlife setup as I can handhold it. I also bought a used 5DM3 recently and that camera is sweet! So far, it's seen a steady use with the 1st generation Canon 24-70 f.8 and Canon 16-35 f/4 on it. Plan on using the crap out of the 5DM3 and lenses in a little over a month when I go to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. Absolutely. I'll try to work on getting that to you in the next couple of days.
  7. Nice ones Mozzie! Glad to see that you're still shooting. What gear do you shoot with?