Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by snowbear, Nov 1, 2014.
With a strap or even without a strap, No one uses any of my cameras.
My daughter used one of my old point and shoots on a trip to Virginia Beach. When I got it back, sand was preventing the shutter from closing
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Work space is almost back to normal; there are still a few things to do once I regain the administrative rights on the machine.
IMG_1181 by Snowbear Photography, on Flickr
Wow, how did the sand get into the camera? I lent one of my camcorders to my daughter for her Florida vacation years ago. It did come back like it left. When cell phones got better I told her to just shoot video of their vacation on the cell and I would edit. She is left handed so the phone was turned opposite. (at least it wasn't vertical video) It was annoying to scrub thru the video upside down before I put it in the timeline. I've loaned out my GoPro to the other daughter. I will not lend out my Fuji or Canon.
Your guess is as good as mine She said she had no idea. After a good blowout with a low pressure air hose, it was good as new though.
Like I told my son when he texted me pictures of his new monitors.......That's just wrong!! LOL My ADD would be all over the place, I wouldn't be able to get anything done, trying to settle on a spot to look at.
I had four in the front and two (three with the laptop open) on the side. Believe me, when I'm in the zone, I'll use it all: Outlook is top-left for email, main GIS software window is bottom left, web browser is top right and other things at bottom right - typically Word, Excel or the GIS attributes table (which nooks like a spreadsheet). Amazon music or iTunes is set om the small player and on top towards the middle (lower right corner of Outlook).
I might switch these to side-by-side it my neck starts to bother me. I'm not using the laptop in the office that much, so I ditched one monitor. I'm contemplating bringing the 24" home for the occasions I telecommute.
Sand? Maybe she had it on a blanket and folks waking by with sand on their feet. I remember camping near the beach, as a kid, and we ended up getting sand in everything, including the food. At least it wasn't salt water ... that will corrode electronics, like the old pagers/beepers, in the matter of a couple hours.
Need suggestions for a (4) camera harness.
j/k -- but I think I have enough redundancy for a wedding this weekend.
Thank you Jessops for my shiny new Fuji Xpro2.
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