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 Post subject: Gordon in a T-shirt?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 1:26 am 
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what has the world come to.haha.

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yea, I saw that on google images one day lol

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Well I could wear that for the video reviews, but I think I'd have to put the Commodore 64 down... Hey Nathan, thanks also for giving me another opportunity to plug my computer book Digital Retro!

I took this photo for a piece I wrote for the Sydney Morning Herald about the book...

Which resulted in this follow-up about the Australian Microbee...


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Hey Gordon, I just googled your name

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What's that camera your holding ?

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Bart Michiels wrote:
Hey Gordon, I just googled your name

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What's that camera your holding ?


I would guess it is one of the Sony superzooms cameras but apart from that... :?

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2007 10:31 pm 
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Maybe this should be a cameralabs challenge! Spot the camera!

Clue 1: If you look at my name badge, you can identify the manufacturer... then again, who else would produce a lens attachment like that?!

Clue 2: This was taken towards the end of 2005...

Any ideas?


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Well, those two clues made it easy :) What's on the lens?

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That would be the telephoto attachment... a very discreet solution I'm sure you'd agree...


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Its a Sony R-1! :D

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It sure is the R1!

I wonder if they'll ever do an R2 - I thought this camera had a lot of potential... the lens was excellent, although the larger sensor just didn't deliver the low noise I was hoping for...


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I think its a really interesting camera but isn't it a bit expensive for a non-dslr?

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