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PostPosted: Wed May 21, 2008 7:40 pm 
lol, too easy



BIG zoom, SMALL ...
- CameraLabs.com



What else are you compensating for?
- CameraLabs.com



(Max Brenner take):
Reviews from the bald man
- CameraLabs.com



We love'm BIG, we love'm ROUND!
- Lenses at CameraLabs.com



We sell no Action-Figures
- CameraLabs.com



Cheezbrgr for president!!1
- CameraLabs.com




Err... nvm last one.

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PostPosted: Wed May 21, 2008 9:45 pm 
Is that a Telephoto, or are you just happy to see me?


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PostPosted: Wed May 21, 2008 11:02 pm 
Gordon Laing wrote:
Hey Bjorn, nice gloves!

Hmm, that gold Pentax is a bit tacky, but then on the other hand... it sure gets the bling vote! Wonder how heavy it is...

PS - on a side note, the highly informative Digital Retro book from Gordon Laing includes the following nugget about the Commodore 64:

"to celebrate its millionth sale in Germany, 200 golden and extremely rare CBM-64s were produced."

Niiice!


I'm ordering that book! It'll take me right back to my youth and playing 12 hour straight sessions of Manic Miner and Daley Thompson's Decathlon!


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Good choice Welly!


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Cheezbrgr wrote:
BIG zoom, SMALL ...
- CameraLabs.com

What else are you compensating for?
- CameraLabs.com

(Max Brenner take):
Reviews from the bald man
- CameraLabs.com

We love'm BIG, we love'm ROUND!
- Lenses at CameraLabs.com

We sell no Action-Figures
- CameraLabs.com

Cheezbrgr for president!!1
- CameraLabs.com


Nice ones Cheezbrgr! You've earned my vote with those!

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 10:50 pm 
Gordon, perhaps a site like this would be useful:

http://www.cafepress.com/cp/customize/

The prices aren't too bad and the international shipping rates are pretty reasonable.


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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 4:47 am 
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Thanks calmac1991, I was looking at that site, but one of the other digital camera sites uses them...


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Gordon, could you please send me a high resolution logo of Camera Labs (like the one on the top of the page) of post a link?. I want to customize my photography bag by putting the CL logo on the side and add "Member" underneath. Of course I'll post an image when I'm done.
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Gordon Laing wrote:
Thanks calmac1991, I was looking at that site, but one of the other digital camera sites uses them...


Out of curiosity, why would this be prohibitive for you to use them? Are they partners and have an exclusivity agreement?


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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 6:33 pm 
Seeing all the ducks here and there, how 'bout a rubber ducky?


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Hmmm, a cameralabs branded rubber duck... I know there'll be at least one sale..!

Syncharmony, sites can be fiercely protective over their providers and partners, so where possible I'd prefer not to use one that another has been promoting for some time. Of course it may be inevitable, but you know what I mean...


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Gordon does own more than one shirt: http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtop ... =5092#5092
Gordon, Jul 24, 2007 wrote:
Oh yeah, the Canon 1200mm! I knew I had one of those somewhere!

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Only kidding - this was securely screwed down at Photokina, although it does prove I have more than one shirt...

Seriously though, something around 500mm with a 2x converter is a nice focal length for this kind of thing - my Televue Genesis telescope is a 540mm f5.4, so with a 2x converter gives an equivalent of 1620mm with a Nikon DSLR or 1728mm with a cropped Canon DSLR.

Gordon


He admitted it there.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 12:08 pm 
"HAHAHA they'll never guess I'm not wearing pants"



... wait, what?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 12:15 pm 
How about Camera Labs gaffer tape? Then we can all cover our lenses with the CL logo while protecting them from the elements... 8)

....and of course, remain inconspicuous! :D NOT!

I'm a bit lost here, what are all the catchphrases for?


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