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Old 01 November 2002, 07:24   #41
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I think Alan is fibbing.
I drove past there about 2 weeks ago and it's at least 100 miles from the sea.........well either that, or he has got a bloody good telephoto lens!
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Old 01 November 2002, 16:02   #42
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Manoooos,

Are you going to keep MY CAMERA ? I know it's not mine yet, but I look forward to hold that thing in my hands.
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Old 02 November 2002, 03:57   #43
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Camera 'company willing' (U know what I mean) will be arriving in Greece mid next week.
If not will post it to you next week.
However, I have to admit I hadthoughts fo keeping it but the Sony Mavica thought that it was a bit better and although I'm happy with my £ 60 digi cam (bought about 7 years ago) I'll go for the Sony @ Christmas.
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Hi Karl

Just reminding u that you can buy specialist bags like accuapacs for cameras. I am sure u must have seen myn it was floating around our house last year. They are good because they are cheep though they don't offer the camera much protection in rough stuff
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hi dave,

how was cyprus?

I have used aquapacs before but find they don't allow a very good image to be obtained through the "clear" cover.

I spoke to dink last weekend and your advanced instructor assesment should be very interesting!!!!!!!

I will be out on the evening exercise to observe some candidates whilst RC will be assessing you and jane.............

4 boats mmhh we will have to give the bobs a number each??

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ps does your profile say terrorist??
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No we can have bob, his aunty gladise his farther Jake and his wife mildrid. Simple!!!!!!!!


Yes cypress was great nice and hot no waves though Very dull. Tha course should be interesting I agree. As for a terrorist I only terrorise small sailing dinghy’s with Mike (in the UKSA is not far.) ha ha

Have u tried the specialist camera accuapacks they have a clear window that is made of a special film the photos are the same in or out you cant tell the difference.
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Back on Page 1 of this thread (anyone remember that far back?) Pepper (gosh nearly typed Peeper there!) asked about housings.
Here are two identical shots taken into a mirror of my Canon A40.
Firstly, without housing.
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Sorry here is piccie.
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And secondly taken with camera in housing.
Seems to my untutored eye that quality of piccie doesn't suffer.

Sure keeps camera dry and shock-proofed as well.
Also is supposedly Ok down to 100 ft. (!!!)
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If that's your digital camara Brian, how did you take the picture?

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