I think I need therapy

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  1. markc

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    So I pause a moment and close my eyes, just to take a breather and collect myself, when I notice a tiny red dot in my vision that stands out from the odd colorations you get when light filters through your eyelids. My first thoughts?

    "Dead pixel?"
     
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    Don't be so silly....it can't be a dead pixel, it's a hot pixel!
     
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    Oh right. Silly me.
     
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    Dead pixel, hot pixel, does it change the need for therapy? :roll:
     
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    If you mean by therapy but taking a sledgehammer to that digital monstrosity and buying yourself a nice film camera so you can develop your own prints then yeah, i am all for it.

    Otherwise serious shock therapy may work for ya :)
     
  6. MDowdey

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    yeah, ill second that.


    md
     
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    Isn't "nice film camera" an oxymoron?
     
  8. MDowdey

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    no but" inexpensive digital" is


    md

    come to think of it, so is "digital photographer" arent you guys more like button pushers?

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    calm down , just kidding

    md
     
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    I do believe that those antiquated film cameras have very similar buttons to real cameras.
    Sounds like a severe case of "digital envy" to me! :lol:
     
  10. MDowdey

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    severe case of "i dont want to spend money on something that will ne obsolete in a year"

    but alas, i want a digital, but i need to choose which organ to sell first

    md
     
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    Pick whoever you hate most and sell their organs!
     
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    Ah it ain't the camera, it's the loose nut between the eyepiece and shutter button that makes it happen. :D

    and markc- you'd only need therapy if you were obsessing over one hot pixel and thinking you needed to send yourself in for repair or possible replacement.
     

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