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Got a water bladder for my new bag. All set for some serious day hikes now.
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Just looking back on my posts and its been a looooooonnnnngggg time since I posted on OCN. Hows everyone doing ?

Completely different set-up for me now, D7K, 24-75 Tamron and Nikon 70-200 (only the VR 1 model, nothing too fancy redface.gif ) . Ergonomically, the D7000 is leaps and bounds better than the A55 I had, and the selection of glass is nice too !
    
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Got a spanking new 17-40 this weekend biggrin.gif

return it and buy a 135L best focal length ive ever used.thumb.gif
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Got a water bladder for my new bag. All set for some serious day hikes now.

Awesome! I seriously hate those things though. I've had a couple of them puncture and leak all over my gear before, and it takes quite a while before you can drink anything out of them without it tasting of plastic.
 
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do not feel like going to class today and its only the 2nd one of the summer semester. physics is sooo boring. but my photoflo will be delivered this afternoon even though i dont have anything to develop and hopefully my 28mm will be here by the end of the week so i can go out and shoot it this weekend.
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Just looking back on my posts and its been a looooooonnnnngggg time since I posted on OCN. Hows everyone doing ?
Completely different set-up for me now, D7K, 24-75 Tamron and Nikon 70-200 (only the VR 1 model, nothing too fancy redface.gif ) . Ergonomically, the D7000 is leaps and bounds better than the A55 I had, and the selection of glass is nice too !

How do you like the 70-200 VR on the D7000? I've been contemplating selling my 70-300 VR and picking up either a 70-200 VR or 80-200.
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Awesome! I seriously hate those things though. I've had a couple of them puncture and leak all over my gear before, and it takes quite a while before you can drink anything out of them without it tasting of plastic.

Yeah, I'm sure it'll take a while, but at least the stuff that makes it taste like plastic won't kill you anymore... Trust me, I worked with the engineers who make Camelbak's tubing. Plus, I figured it's way more convenient and less likely to leak than stuffing a couple water bottles into my bag. The bladder compartment in my bag is completely separate from the rest, so I don't think it'll be an issue.
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do not feel like going to class today and its only the 2nd one of the summer semester. physics is sooo boring. but my photoflo will be delivered this afternoon even though i dont have anything to develop and hopefully my 28mm will be here by the end of the week so i can go out and shoot it this weekend.

Don't be hatin' on physics now! Without physics you don't have chemistry, and without physics and chemistry you have no photography!
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Without smart people we dont have photography lol
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Got a water bladder for my new bag. All set for some serious day hikes now.

Nalgene bottles plus MSR water filter are all I ever use. One Nalgene bottle plus the filter will last indefinitely without the need to haul a lot of water around.
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How do you like the 70-200 VR on the D7000? I've been contemplating selling my 70-300 VR and picking up either a 70-200 VR or 80-200.

I've only had it a week or so now , and with exams (done now ! biggrin.gif) I haven't shot with it out and about. Its nice though, very nice. Sharp (well, for me) at any aperture, focus is dead on, VR does what its supposed to once you give it half a second to engage. I've only used the 70-300 VR a little myself, depends on how much you can pick up the 70-200 for. Its a better piece of glass IMO than the 70-300 but its a big, heavy lens, that being said, it balances okay on a D7000 ( would be 10x better with a grip though). I'm shooting some drifting at the weekend though, I'll post some shots up here if you'd like.
    
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Nalgene bottles plus MSR water filter are all I ever use. One Nalgene bottle plus the filter will last indefinitely without the need to haul a lot of water around.

I usually don't go on hikes where I need to refill my water bottles before the end of the trip, so I've never been able to justify buying a filtration kit for use in the field. I do sweat profusely, so I typically drink close to two liters on a typical hike, so the Camelbak should be perfect for me. And with the bag, 2L of water is only about 4.5 pounds, which isn't so bad to carry. Plus it gets magically lighter as the day goes on!
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