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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoopty
    Good idea but the out-of-focus is not soft enough and has too well-defined outlines, which reduces its impact. This 'finger print' of the out-of-focus signature is typical of an iris/aperture blades with not enough blades and hence not round enough.

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    How about
    50mm f/1.4 1/60 using a 50mm f/1.4 AIS on my D40 so no metering or AF
    (handheld, indoors and low light)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekinox06210
    noo !
    I've got a EOS 30D, and the 8mm is a Ultra Wide angle lens
    Your pics are so beautiful, so fresh and lively! They are like water colour paintings to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    How about
    50mm f/1.4 1/60 using a 50mm f/1.4 AIS on my D40 so no metering or AF
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    you did very well at f/1.4 and handheld.

    the bokeh of the 50/1.4 AIS looks much creamier than the AF-D!

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    Wooo ... it look cool .. i like the thunder....in night ..

    this mine lets share ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    hm... i don't know. i don't own a watch with a bubble crystal.
    This is mine, over 25 years old, but I don't wear it very often.
    You might be able to see a stringing machine in a reflection...
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    Quote Originally Posted by red00ecstrat
    can u deal with a "bubble like" crystal rather than a flat one? hehe......that would be a challenge!
    by the way, it's a nice watch and it doesn't seem to be 10 years old!!!
    you can see a lot of scars from this angle:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    This is mine, over 25 years old, but I don't wear it very often.
    You might be able to see a stringing machine in a reflection...
    you mean those red reflection? you shouldn't hide the other side of the crystal. i wanna see your flash tube!
    by the way it's a nice vintage oyster! i guess it's from the 70's right neil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    you can see a lot of scars from this angle:
    hehe....that's the true face! it looks like 7 years old now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by red00ecstrat
    you mean those red reflection? you shouldn't hide the other side of the crystal. i wanna see your flash tube!
    by the way it's a nice vintage oyster! i guess it's from the 70's right neil?
    no flash, that's a reflection of the ceiling light. Very late 70s I think.


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    ah, thankyou, 1971, you were spot on. Fortunately I didn't have to dismantle anything to get the serial number because I had a note of it from a previous service.

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    A pic i took sometime this year.
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    what is he/she trying to do?

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    Talking in Walkie talkie

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    where was it ants?

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