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    Leaning against that rail make me nervous.
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    The OP is a real GWC!
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    It's the camera stupid

    You hairy-legged luddites were supposed to comment on the camera (this is a camera forum!) not my daughters! One is an engineer, one is a lawyer, and one is a ballerina. And I have three grandkids.

    Was there ever a more rugged, useful, or versatile camera.

    The sky is not burning, there is a wildland fire just behind the trees.

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    Can we comment on the daughters' dad? Clearly he has done a great job, raising three intelligent and creative young women. Even more so, as they appreciate film cameras!

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    Very hard to comment on the camera since it clearly is not the focus of the shot. Good looking and successful kids. Your pride shows, and is warranted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Simpson View Post
    Can we comment on the daughters' dad? Clearly he has done a great job, raising three intelligent and creative young women. Even more so, as they appreciate film cameras!
    I think the daughters' mom had something to do with it too!
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puderse View Post
    You hairy-legged luddites were supposed to comment on the camera (this is a camera forum!) not my daughters! One is an engineer, one is a lawyer, and one is a ballerina. And I have three grandkids.

    Was there ever a more rugged, useful, or versatile camera.

    The sky is not burning, there is a wildland fire just behind the trees.
    Oh, the camera? My first thought was, "hmm, isnt the photo a tad underexposed?"...


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