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on Oct 19, 2016 in Random Thoughts

Amazing New Nikon Glass

I’ve personally not seen these lenses, but I’m told they are just as amazing as the new 105f1.4 AFS. Here’s the official info PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED (Nikon’s first Tilt/Shift Lens) Product 20065 Control perspective, focus and depth of field like never before with the first NIKKOR PC lens that can be tilted parallel or perpendicular to shift. (Depending on the combination of shift and rotation, operation may be restricted by mechanical interference between the lens and the camera). Its ultra-wide 19mm angle of view and superb image quality make it ideal for landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, interiors, panoramas and fine art photography and filmmaking. Bend perspective to match your vision. AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR Product 20063 The new benchmark for fast telephoto zoom lenses, and a powerhouse for low—light, sports, wildlife, concerts, weddings, portraits, and everyday shooting. With improvements across the board—optical formula, handling, weather sealing, and VR image stabilization-this is truly a dream lens for pros, hobbyists, FX and DX shooters...

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on Oct 19, 2016 in Friday Thoughts, Moose's Print Lab

Moose Print Lab Weekend

Dates: 25-26 March, 2017 Time: 9am – 4pm Location: Westin Resort, Mammoth Lakes, CA Price: $395* Limit to 20 participants What to bring: Camera gear, computer, images and passion Registration: Sharon Peterson 661.204.1506 *2 nights stay at Westin required for this...

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on Oct 14, 2016 in Friday Thoughts

Nut Tree Air Fair

This Saturday at the Nut Tree Airport, Vacaville, CA will be the first inaugural Nut Tree Air Fair. With the great line up of aircraft (ya, I know a secret or two) and with the predicted weather, it’s going to be a great event. I’ll be there and hope to see you! If you see me, please say hello and if you need any assistance, I’ll do my best to help. BTW … I tell you it’s FREE! Cya...

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on Oct 14, 2016 in Random Thoughts

My Friend of 1.7 Million Miles

For the last two decades, my trusted Eagle Creek Monster Trunk has been with me. Traveling nearly 1.7 million miles, visiting 6 continents being in trains and planes, airboats and helicopters, small skiffs and truck, it has served me and my gear faithfully all these years. It has gone back to Eagle Creek a couple of times for TLC repairs but this last trip to AK was its last, it took a fatal blow. Thankfully, Eagle Creek has another trunk now, the ORV 36 (on the left) to take its place. I use lots of Eagle Creek gear so know it will serve me and my gear well for years to come. You’re probably wondering what camera gear goes in my check in. Everything except camera bodies and lenses, that’s a lot! I’ll miss my old friend though and look forward to making a new...

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