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  • tim drogt
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    i went creative on a radio i had to restore











    a 1960 philips if you wondering

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  • ValleyMonster
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    Originally posted by QuangVuong View Post
    It's even cheaper used! Your lens is still going strong. Now, I wanna get myself the 40mm pancake.
    Do it. 40mm is a much better focal length for full frame than 50mm in my experience. Pentax made a 40mm pancake back in the '80s, I have one and use it on smaller film bodies for a pocket SLR.

    They resurrected the design more recently, I also have the DA 40mm XS lens (the visible part of the lens is thinner than the mount!) which came with my K-01. Even on a cropped sensor it's useful. If I put it on my K-5 the flash housing sticks out more than the lens.

    This is also why 28mm is "right" for a cropped sensor DSLR. Multiply it by the crop factor and you get an equivalent length of around 42mm.

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  • mitch2147
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    Milky Way Over Collaroy by mitch2147, on Flickr


    Jumping Spider by mitch2147, on Flickr

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  • Jonnymooshoo
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    Some photos I took from Formula D


    Formula D - Monroe WA-1726 by Jonathan Leung / artofstance.com, on Flickr


    Formula D - Monroe WA-1007 by Jonathan Leung / artofstance.com, on Flickr


    Formula D - Monroe WA-450 by Jonathan Leung / artofstance.com, on Flickr


    Formula D - Monroe WA-1304 by Jonathan Leung / artofstance.com, on Flickr

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  • ValleyMonster
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    The halfway point of one of my favourite local roads - it's 9 miles back to the nearest town whichever way you turn from the near end of the dam.

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  • Johan
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    Made this with my phone 1.5hr ago.

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  • Brucey
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    Canon 24-105mm - 1/40 @ f/9.0 ISO 100.


    Canon 10-22mm - 1/20 @ f/14.0 ISO 100

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  • QuangVuong
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    Originally posted by hojo View Post
    Canon's plastic-fantastic 50mm lens is one of the most bang for buck lenses I could recommend to anyone starting out with a Canon DSLR! I used to have one, and loved it- then upgraded to the f1.4.
    It's even cheaper used! Your lens is still going strong. Now, I wanna get myself the 40mm pancake.

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  • hojo
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    Canon's plastic-fantastic 50mm lens is one of the most bang for buck lenses I could recommend to anyone starting out with a Canon DSLR! I used to have one, and loved it- then upgraded to the f1.4.

    Just a couple photos from the Fuel 4 Charity event last weekend.


    Writing on the Car by J-Hojo, on Flickr


    Spartan 86 by J-Hojo, on Flickr


    Minion. by J-Hojo, on Flickr


    S2K by J-Hojo, on Flickr


    Hello! by J-Hojo, on Flickr

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  • dopey
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    Canon 50mm f1.8 II - 1/160sec @ f3.2, ISO100


    Canon 50mm f1.8 II - 1/1000sec @ f2.2, ISO100

    Should probably have stepped it up to 3.2 there abouts, the L isn't quite as sharp as I intended.

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  • CharleyElle
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    Sure I may as well shtick up one or two


    This is from Irish Drift Championship, round 4 on Sunday just gone



    These are from a Superdrift practice day


    and this is my boyfriend's ridiculous sexy S14
    Last edited by CharleyElle; 31-07-2013, 06:03 AM.

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  • Niklas
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    Some photos from Germany


    Summer night lights by NikTäh, on Flickr


    Looking for the stars by NikTäh, on Flickr


    The bridge of a red light by NikTäh, on Flickr


    Lights arrives by NikTäh, on Flickr

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  • den_gino
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    Originally posted by Jdmman sam View Post
    How do I post pics? Not to sound stupid or anything but I don't know where to go to post pics or how to change the profile pic
    you can poste pics by using photobucket, imageshack or any other foto uploading site. i use imageshack, upload a pic, and place the direct link hiere between image tags [ img][ /img] (taggs withouth the space)

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  • Jdmman sam
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    How do I post pics? Not to sound stupid or anything but I don't know where to go to post pics or how to change the profile pic

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  • Waterboost
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    How about this little odd ball?

    1967, 600cc all alloy engine, alloy gearbox, rwd, 500Kg, fibreglass body, steel ladder chassis...

    Only 3 left...slammed_reliant_rebel.jpg

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