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Old 30 October 2009, 13:41   #31
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Just caught up with this thread.
You lucky lucky people! And great shots!!!!
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Old 30 October 2009, 13:56   #32
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does this count?
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does this count?
No because someone photoshopped a rib into the pic
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Old 30 October 2009, 16:46   #34
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No because someone photoshopped a rib into the pic
dammit, is it that obvious?
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dammit, is it that obvious?


This was near you this week

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Dolphins Old Head of Kinsale

a couple of pictures taken at the Old Head of Kinsale a few years ago
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Old 01 November 2009, 15:18   #37
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You might know this, but the talk in the housing world is that we aren't too far from being able to build a housing to suit different cameras, and all controls will be electronically controlled. I presume that mass production is the goal, which should bring the cost down...
Well, video rigs have been doing this for years. They use a industry standard (well, at least a multi-manufacturer standard) called LanC which allows electronic (serial, I think) control over things such as rec/stby, stop, exposure, white balance, focus, zoom; basically the whole gamut through a 4-conductor mini-D connector.

I could certainly see DSLR's going the same route.

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I will play along too. I shot this one on Thanksgiving. Taken on the San Francisco Bay by Alcatraz.

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