That is why God keeps making young people. She told me its to provide dumb muscle and fine motor skills for those of us She has blessed with more days than are good for mere mortals. I find they can also be a fun source of entertainment - like what I know I am for Her most days.
Hand it to a...
We have denizens on here? Sheesh! World has truly gone to the dogs.
Anyway, nice rig. It is really nice to not have to worry about the camera at all. Another plus I have found is that you can operate it with gloves on. The controls are really excellent.
Good grief, denizens? Didn't think I'd...
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Price $35 shipped
Item BlackRapid Dual
My Location USA
Original BlackRapid Dual camera carry strap. Used when I shot weddings before retirement.
All parts are present and it works perfectly. If you cover events, this...
That is hilarious! Somehow I don't see H-D fitting with the Kuwaiti "vibe". That vibe is so classy and refined. H-D seems so earthy and casual. Maybe it fits under the "best of everything" compartment. Iconic, one-of-a-kind.
Pulpit Rock is actually in the middle of the city. Just across the street from a major shopping center, less than half a mile from the Interstate highway. Next to a college sports arena, arts center and nursing school.
Recently read "The Idiot Brain", which i can recommend for anyone interested in a good translation of pretty current brain science into lay terms. And "The Future of Feeling" is you just like scary stories.
1) Your RX10 with a rain cover or trash bag.
2) Used Olympus E-M5 or E-M1.
3) used Panasonic G or GH.
3) Newer Samsung phone (probably most modern cell phones, but modern for a cell phone means within the last couple of weeks)
Well, we made it back to the Como, Colorado cemetery. I found George Wyatt's gravestone again. But the apology plaque has been removed!! Shame, it was a truly unique item in a graveyard. Still the story is worthy of a movie. A western saga of conquest, iniquity, and revenge, with a present day...
The mount of one of my E-M5.2s is quite tight. Tight enough to be a "bother" when it is used. Has anyone here ever adjusted your lens mount? Any special secrets?
I'm sure it is "within tolerances", but surely mine is not the first one to just be too tight to mount or remove a lens.