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[22 Jan 2012|09:52pm]

a1mfw
My snoring dog Charlie!!
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[24 Jun 2010|03:51pm]

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MORE PHOTOS HERE
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[29 Mar 2010|04:46pm]

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PARAMORE LIVE IN MANILA - MORE PICTURES HERE
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[29 Jan 2010|12:14am]

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[27 Jan 2010|10:11am]

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More pictures on my journal. :)
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[19 Oct 2009|07:04pm]

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4/365
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[03 Oct 2009|10:44am]

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[23 Sep 2009|06:03pm]

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More here.
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new hurrrrr [06 Jun 2008|04:02pm]

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[21 Aug 2007|09:01am]

__piratexamanda
film.is.fun


Carlee
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Help me decide! [30 May 2007|03:20pm]

driftingfocus
[ mood | curious ]

Photography quandry:

Okay, so my original plan was to get a Canon 30D body, and get the Sigma 17-70 f2.8-4.0 lens to go with it. Almost assuredly better quality than the standard Canon 18-55 f3.5-5.6 that comes in the kit, and faster to boot. The two combined, from B&H, would run me $1458.

However, as of today I have discovered that Abe's of Maine (another reputable seller) has a deal going on where I could get the 30D with the 18-55 lens, and a Canon 55-200 f4.5-5.6 lens as well, for $1298.


Abe's Deal Pros:

- I would have two lenses to work with, which would save me carrying around my Lumix FZ-50 (which is a 35-420), which is a nice, lighter weight option. (though I'd probably still take both to my fast-approaching trip to Switzerland)
- Cheaper

Abe's Deal Cons:

- The lenses, while Canon, are likely relatively low quality (someone correct me if I'm wrong).
- Having two lenses means I'll be more likely to do more lens switching, which will dramatically increase the chance of getting dust on the sensor.
- Neither lens has image stabilization


B&H Pros:

- Higher quality, faster lens
- Less gear to carry around/keep track of

B&H Cons:

- Without carrying around my Lumix, I am limited to a much smaller range than I am used to.
- More expensive


So. Advice? I'm honestly stuck, here.


x-posted to various photography communities

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sorry. these anarcho punks... [25 Apr 2007|01:25pm]

theone408
Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
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damn anarcho punks... [25 Apr 2007|01:20pm]

theone408
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[29 Mar 2007|07:12pm]

fajiirojikku
the getty. what a wonderful place.

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[07 Feb 2007|07:53pm]

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random pimping. [18 Jan 2007|09:03pm]

soundspie
join 7pictures if you know how to live ;)

Digital Camera Advice [24 Dec 2006|12:58pm]
radiiio____

Heya all

I'm pretty much camera dumb and want to buy my friend a digicam for her birthday.
I'm lookign at 3 models:
Samsung Digimax D53 5mp
Fijifilm Finepix A500 5.1mp
HP Photosmart M425 5mp

I've been speaking to laods of sales people and they could care less about helping me out with getting the best deal. All they do is try to get me to buy a more expensive model, i'm pretty much tired of it all.

In your opinions, which should I go with?

xo.

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[13 Dec 2006|03:02am]

fajiirojikku
fun with fire.

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[06 Dec 2006|12:53pm]

positive_the
Model: Elise

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[26 Nov 2006|08:34pm]

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a bunch of nichole and stuffCollapse )
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