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I'm all about Nikon but ..
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Top Shelf:

Film - various 35mm and 120, including velvia, some neopan 400, Fuji Acros, Ilford, etc
Nishika N8000 3-d camera
Holga 120N
Nikon Coolpix S230
Nikon SB600 speedlite
Nikkor 80-200mm 2.8


Bottom shelf:

Lomography Fisheye 1
Nikon N90 w/ 35-70mm 2.8 attached
Olympus OM-1 MD w/ 50mm 1.8 Zuiko attached
Nikon D300 body
Lomography Actionsampler


Not Pictured:
Koni Omega Rapid 6x7 Medium Format camera

I just picked up the Holga, the 2 lomo's and the 3d camera for $40 from a buddy who was in need of some cash. I just finished a roll through the fisheye and the action sampler - have yet to load the other two with any film yet.
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So as it currently stands my 'gear' includes -



My Minolta SRT Super



A 50mm 1.4 & 1.7
[The 1.4 I pilfered from my grandfathers collection he had a SRT 100]

A 28mm 2.8
[Acquired not so much pilfered... I did ask nicely]

And last but not least a Soligor 135mm 3.5 featuring a nice mold tinge to every photo i take with it. This is another one I acquired from my grandfather but this one has a small story, it was given to him by a gentleman I when he was living oversea's and if i recall correctly it was not long after the Korean war which he served in.



Here we have my favorite, my Ricoh goes everywhere and still takes the decent shot.



My trendy lomo's - the Holga I haven't had a chance to make use of yet because I didn't get the 35mm film adaptor and 120 is as rare as immaculate conception in shops here. The 3 lens lomo well speaks for itself.



To scared to use because the film is now up to $60 for a pack of 10 photos...



And the 300 is the greatest thing to take out since yogi bears picnic basket.



All photos were thanks to my grandfathers Sony A200, which I'm not familiar with. So alot of the photos I took with it came out shit house

Much prefer my film camera's at the moment it feels more comfortable taking the time and care making sure I have it right, as opposed to rapid fire which I tend to do a lot of on the BF's Nikon D80, cause I know that at least one photo will turn out
Mind you, gimme that D80 and I'll take a better photo than what I would have with the A200
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How to convert MKV to AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV, 3GP, FLV, etc

Now there is a new video format called MKV, but seldom players can read it.
Recently Tipard Studio released a professioal MKV Video Converter. This powerful MKV Video Converter can easily convert MKV to AVI, MPG, WMV, MP4, MOV, 3GP, FLV etc and extract audio from MKV to MP3, AAC, M4A, WMA, WAV, AC3, and OGG for your iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP, PS3, Xbox and other portable Players.
All you need is just Tipard MKV Video Converter and take the following steps.

Step 0: Install and run Tipard MKV Video Converter

Step 1: Add files
Click “Add File” to add your video files.
Step 2: Set output video format
Click “Profile” button from the drop-down list to select the output video format such as AVI, MPG, MPEG and WMV. You can click the “Settings” button to set parameters of your output video such as Frame Rate, Bitrate to get the best video quality as you want.

Step 3: Click the “Start” button to start the conversion.

Tips:

(1) Trim any segment
There are 3 ways that you can trim your video.
a.You can drag the button to set the start and end time
b.You can preview the video first and when you want to start trim click the left one of the pair button when you want to end click the right one.
c.You can set the exact start and end time on the left side of the trim window.

(2) Crop any play region
There are 3 ways that you can crop your video.
a.We provide 7 modes on our “Crop Mode”
b.You can set your own mode on the left side of the crop window
c.You can drag frame to set your own crop mode

(3) Snapshot and merge into one file
If you like the current image of the video you can use the “Snapshot” option. Just click the “Snapshot” button the image will be saved and you can click the “Open” button next to “Snapshot” button to open your picture.
If you want to make several files output as one you can choose “Merge into one file”.

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How to convert any videos on Mac with 4Easysoft Video Converter for Mac

Nowadays, people have so many kinds of portable music/video players, and they play different video formats, so how to convert video from one popular video format to another on Mac is a question. Now I will give you an excellent Mac Video Converter– 4Easysoft Video Converter for Mac.

To convert video files with Video Converter for Mac, you can just following the steps below:

To convert video files with Video Converter for Mac, you can just following the steps below:

Step 1: Add video files

Double click this video converter, and then you will see the following screen.

Step 2: Choose profile

Choose the output format from the "Profile” Column, find what your player supporting format or the devices.

More usage skills:

1: Click "Snapshot" button on main interface to take a snapshot when playing the video and save them as common picture formats like BMP, JPEG, and GIF.

2: Merge
If you want to join several video files into one on Mac, on the main interface, tick the check box 'Merge into one file', and you will only get one output file instead of multiple files. You can join videos on Mac using this powerful Mac video conversion tool.

3: Crop
This Video Converter for Mac endows you the ability to crop video playing area and frame aspect ratio.

Tips:
Click the "Setting" button at the right of the "profile" drop-down list to set the important parameters: Video Bitrate, Audio Bitrate, Frame Rate and Video Size.
Step 3: Convert

Click the "Convert" button to start the conversion. In a short while the conversion will be finished.
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I just bought this same set... I'm no expert but I'd really like to learn more about this camera so I can get out of the "AUTO" mode .
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Thanks for sharing info.........
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