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Wich Camera to Buy? Underground and very UMIDITY conditions
Posted: 06/01/2018 00:13:27
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For a good picture in any environment buy a Hasselbad x1d, with a 20mm wide angle lens

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Posted: 06/01/2018 13:15:05
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I personally find* that the best results are achieved by eschewing the fad of the daguerreotype and its many demonic offspring and using the only true way to capture the vision and feel of any location whether in the world of light or the gateway to Hades, namely oils on canvas.
I find that ** it is best to invest in the top quality mahogany and brass 'Exploring the Dark Continent' range of easels and associated equipment as it is the only type capable of withstanding the rigours of proper exploration and has the added bonus of being seen as a powerful talisman by the natives hence protecting both yourself and your team of bearers from heathen practices.

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Wich Camera to Buy? Underground and very UMIDITY conditions
Posted: 06/01/2018 14:39:23
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gNick wrote:

I personally find* that the best results are achieved by eschewing the fad of the daguerreotype and its many demonic offspring and using the only true way to capture the vision and feel of any location whether in the world of light or the gateway to Hades, namely oils on canvas.
I find that ** it is best to invest in the top quality mahogany and brass 'Exploring the Dark Continent' range of easels and associated equipment as it is the only type capable of withstanding the rigours of proper exploration and has the added bonus of being seen as a powerful talisman by the natives hence protecting both yourself and your team of bearers from heathen practices.

* - a lie
** - another lie

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Posted: 12/01/2018 12:37:31
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Ordered myself a second-hand TG4 off Amazon, it's got a small scratch on the screen but it won't be long before it acquires a few more in my hands so that's OK. Smile

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