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#118652 - 12/06/05 02:27 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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Totally agree MSJ, that type of language isn't even allowed on AVS. I think we need to let Axiom decide. We don't want this fine community tarnished by a few immature comments, but then again I was young once myself, about 10 years ago... ha ha
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#118653 - 12/06/05 03:19 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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I have to ask, what kind of camera are you using? Those are very nice photos!

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#118654 - 12/06/05 04:12 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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My brother uses a Canon 20D with assorted lenses. You can't get those kinds of pics with a point-and-shoot digital camera.

I'm jealous.
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#118655 - 12/06/05 04:37 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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In reply to:

My brother uses a Canon 20D with assorted lenses. You can't get those kinds of pics with a point-and-shoot digital camera.

I'm jealous.




I'm jealous too. D-Dang that's a sweet camera!

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#118656 - 12/06/05 05:37 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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I thought my Canon 750 took good pics (and it does) but I looked at some on your brother's website and WOW.. Great pics!!! It's like everything else. You don't know how much better there is until you see/hear/taste or feel it!!! :-)

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#118657 - 12/06/05 05:42 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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Great pics Peter / Adam. The camera is nice, but it's great to know what you're doing. I like the one of your boy. That depth of field makes the photo stand out so well.

Very nice!
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#118658 - 12/06/05 05:45 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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Its kinda like telling a chef,
"Yea... That was a great meal, you must have really nice pots and pans."
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#118659 - 12/06/05 06:23 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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Bray, you crack me up.

I don't know the first thing about photography, but having owned more guitars than I can count I can say with certainty that a higher quality instrument does make you want to play more. Does it make you play better? Does a better camera make you shoot better? Of course not. But if you find yourself getting more use out of it because it's a quality piece, it seems inevitable that some improvement will follow.
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#118660 - 12/06/05 06:32 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
bray Offline
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Speaking of guitars.
Know anyone who wants to buy an Ovation 1861 Standard Balladeer in mint condition?
Its a beautiful guitar (sunburst blue) and plays great too. I've had a number of professional musicians play it and they loved it.
No buzzes no scratches.
It also comes with a hard case.
I have 3 guitars and cant play any of them worth a flip.
Out of the three I prefer to play the Seagull S6 Folk. {it has a bit wider fret board)
If I could sell one, I might be able to swing an EP 500.


Edited by bray (12/06/05 06:34 PM)
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#118661 - 12/06/05 06:34 PM Re: m60ti's what class?
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Well said Mike. That is what I do.
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