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I'm sorry, but my god that dog looks evil. =P


Well, I've been curious about photography ever since the beginning of high school (7 years ago now?) and looking through all 38 pages of this thread has pushed me over the edge.

I think I'm going to be seeing a Nikon D40 in my future. What with my current asperations (Army Helicopter Pilot) I'm thinking I'll have plenty to shoot. =P



Oh, a quick thing: It was interesting watching Mugan23 advance in his level of ability photowise in such a short time. Definately come a long way! Good work!
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xguntherc View Post
yea moots. I'll be trying those soon.

Also I'm going to Utah for Turkey day, leaving tomorrow after work. so will be offline for a few days. (I NEEEEED a laptop, thats next on the list. nothing extreme. just something decent for an enthusiast like me. and that means a good one. lol. but I'm going to take some good shots of the desert, and Zions if we go, and a lake I'll be heading out to. So hopefully I'll get some good stuff to post.

Also question to anyone that's used them before. I was on ebay and I saw and purchased a actual Multilayer, scratch resistant Screen protector for my D40, it was just some no name brand. but it's a nice LCD screen protector, thats removable without leaving residue, and it's laser cut for my actual camera. I was wondering if anyone has actually used anything like that on there DSLR camera? is it even needed. or am I just being to worried with my new item? I like the idea of protecting it, and removing the cover if ever needed. but it's sort of thick and I'm not sure I'll like the lip it leaves or the look of it. So I was wondering what others thoughts are about this, and if anyone else has one.

thanks!
I just invested in a rather pricy eXim screen protector for my phone -
http://www.pda-now.com/
I'm fairly impressed with it...It seems tough and durable nad can be washed and replaced. Colour reproduction is good, but it is somewhat more glossy than the screen itself so you may have issues with glare. They are a PITA to install, any teeny scratch or bit of lint will show through or create a bubble...but a bit of patience can help.
I'm a bit anal about having scratches on anything...so its a worthy investment for me.
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Originally Posted by Clinic View Post


I'm sorry, but my god that dog looks evil. =P


Well, I've been curious about photography ever since the beginning of high school (7 years ago now?) and looking through all 38 pages of this thread has pushed me over the edge.

I think I'm going to be seeing a Nikon D40 in my future. What with my current asperations (Army Helicopter Pilot) I'm thinking I'll have plenty to shoot. =P



Oh, a quick thing: It was interesting watching Mugan23 advance in his level of ability photowise in such a short time. Definately come a long way! Good work!
Hes not evil Hes the cutest thing I've ever had
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Originally Posted by xguntherc View Post
yea moots. I'll be trying those soon.

Also I'm going to Utah for Turkey day, leaving tomorrow after work. so will be offline for a few days. (I NEEEEED a laptop, thats next on the list. nothing extreme. just something decent for an enthusiast like me. and that means a good one. lol. but I'm going to take some good shots of the desert, and Zions if we go, and a lake I'll be heading out to. So hopefully I'll get some good stuff to post.

Also question to anyone that's used them before. I was on ebay and I saw and purchased a actual Multilayer, scratch resistant Screen protector for my D40, it was just some no name brand. but it's a nice LCD screen protector, thats removable without leaving residue, and it's laser cut for my actual camera. I was wondering if anyone has actually used anything like that on there DSLR camera? is it even needed. or am I just being to worried with my new item? I like the idea of protecting it, and removing the cover if ever needed. but it's sort of thick and I'm not sure I'll like the lip it leaves or the look of it. So I was wondering what others thoughts are about this, and if anyone else has one.

thanks!
I've used them, and in my experience they always come off and show air bubbles. I don't bother with them anymore, and I don't have any scratches. If you think about how a DSLR is handled, the LCD screen shouldn't touch any hard surfaces; it's either in your hand or in a camera bag. However the pre-cut sheets you are describing are a good idea, because having to cut a precisely sized little square of material for a screen is a pita.
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Surprised this thread hasn't been jumped upon yet: http://www.overclock.net/photography...hoto-book.html
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Surprised this thread hasn't been jumped upon yet: http://www.overclock.net/photography...hoto-book.html
Holy crap thanx for posting that lol. I have some work to do
    
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Originally Posted by Marin View Post
Surprised this thread hasn't been jumped upon yet: http://www.overclock.net/photography...hoto-book.html
Yeah, I definitely saw it, but my rig is moth-balled at the moment, so I will have to dig it out first. Plus I need to think of a good macro subject.
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hmm, im not good at macro shots, but ill see what i can whip up
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Well it's not a ghetto sticker, or plastic. It's like an actual hard piece of Acrylic or something of that sort. and has already been cut. So there shouldn't be bubbles and weird things like that. Maybe I'll try it out, and see what I think.

Thanks for the input!
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Well it's not a ghetto sticker, or plastic. It's like an actual hard piece of Acrylic or something of that sort. and has already been cut. So there shouldn't be bubbles and weird things like that. Maybe I'll try it out, and see what I think.

Thanks for the input!
Ok, I didn't know it was that kind. Never tried one of the acrylic ones. What brand is the one you're bidding on?
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