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#1 photojazz

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Posted 27 April 2006 - 07:11 AM

While reading my other favorite website www.camerahobby.com, Edwin Leong, describes an accessory that can remedy this tunnel view and make viewing easier to bear with the D50, D70, D100 and D200 SLRs.

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 10:41 AM

While reading my other favorite website www.camerahobby.com, Edwin Leong, describes an accessory that can remedy this tunnel view and make viewing easier to bear with the D50, D70, D100 and D200 SLRs.


Hey, photojazz, Edwin's from around my parts. He just lives across the stream (the Fraser River) in Burnaby from me. I e-mail him periodically. :lol: He's got a pretty good website with regards to comparison shooting between different lenses and camera bodies. I hope to meet him in person at some point.

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 12:43 PM

Hey Jazz, Can you provide a link to the review of the device itself? I didn't see it. Thx, D
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Posted 11 August 2009 - 03:57 AM

Kewllllllll. Tell him hello from the Jazzman!

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Nikon D605, D200, F4E, F5, FE2 (Black & Silver), EM
Mamiya C330 Professional, M645 1000s, RB67
Bronica ETRSI

And I have some lenses.

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