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My new Camera/BrowningBuck PROPS!!!!!

Well I thought I would take some pics of my Motydesign.com Gear Indicator from BrowningBuck, with my new Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT SLR/efs 18-55mm lens.

On a side note...if your reading this I want you to know what kind of guy you would be dealing with in BrowningBuck. wiki should have a picture of this guy next to the definition of customer service.

Brian is all class, and there is alot to be learned from someone who does business the way he does. Just when you think it cant get any better...out of nowhere he does.

If Im out of line forgive me, but with all the crap he has been going through, he still find the time to put the customer on top of his list. Thanks for the awsome cluster job!!..some pictures for your viewing plesure(re-sized so to not kill the eyes :o)





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Wow actually double that do me a favor take some pictures outside
of an object like a flower or such what a sweet camera
I am a sucker for Canon cameras my nephew got the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTI simply amazing quality evrey Canon SLR i saw i was drooling



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I've said it in another thread and I'll say it again here, Brian is f'in awesome. I had a small issue with my cluster and he was more on top of trying to get it fixed quickly than I was. I have nothing but good things to say about the guy. I could totally forgive him if he needed to take some time while he's not feeling well, but he hasn't and he's been on top of my problem the whole time. I don't know what he'll be selling next, but I'm sure it'll be awesome and I'll never hesitate to buy from him.

ps-love the look of that repsol kit.
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Nice. I want one for my 1000rr. Perhaps this winter
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Here you go Moe..full auto..they should get better as soon as I learn how to use it..LOL





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Man thank u so much simply Brilliant



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You aren't gonna cry or anything .....are ya Moe?

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You aren't gonna cry or anything .....are ya Moe?

I like that gear indicator!!!
Nah man not really i just dig photography man
a few more upgrades for Miss Oseven then
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I hear ya. I'm big on photography too. I just thought that the pretty flower was gonna make ya tear up for a sec. :icon_lol: Well, when ya finish the upgrades...you can put the slr to good use on them. :beer:




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awesome camera, just sold my digital rebel and had i not just picked up a new elka shock i was gonna get an XTi.

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Here you go Moe..full auto..they should get better as soon as I learn how to use it..LOL
Yeah the little green square is no good. There is a steep learning curve with an SLR but the results are worth it. And dont let anyone get you down about it being one of the rebels. You can get great results with it. Most people I meet with SLRs spent twice as much and dont even know how to use it.
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Great shot man i am gald a lot of you guys
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More than willing to give tips (although I am still learning myslef). Also check out this site; I learned alot from just reading what other people were doing. Also take a shot you like and try to replacate it yourself; it will teach you alot.

http://http://photography-on-the.net/forum/index.php
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gosh thans abunch larry for the complements. but as for cameras my new Nikon D40x has been kicking ASS

ive only had it two days, and the learning curve is hard, but unlike a 35mm slr you know what the results are of the settings you have in a sec. but the quality is HAWT.

D40x 18-55mm (man i want a real macro lens now ) (all resized hope i did it enough, these things raw are HUGE)



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Browningbuck, you gave me a price a while back for the 07. I still want to do this mod. I hope your still doing them this winter as that will probably be when I start to spend some more money on the bike!

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nice pictures. like the cluster
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its taken a little while but i am away from the tit of the green square. and the results are as seen. i know i still have a TON of learning but hey this is where i am at. its free to experiment so thats what i do.






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More than willing to give tips (although I am still learning myslef). Also check out this site; I learned alot from just reading what other people were doing. Also take a shot you like and try to replacate it yourself; it will teach you alot.

http://http://photography-on-the.net/forum/index.php
Just bookmarked it. I've been trying to get away from green swuare mode with the 30D

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good god! where the hell are u finding spiders that size.. i'd freakin piss myself. I hate spiders!

nice shots tho.

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here this gives it a little more size i watched this happen and it was fing cool the lizard was about 2 1/2" to 3" and it was in a branch and jumped for the bugs that were around my flash light and landed in the web.... with out missing a beat like this has happend before the spider wrapped it up and bit it and started munching

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seriously! jeez, ugh those size spiders live around your house?!

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No this was Florida and yeah they could have been close to houses... i tell you what there are a lot of crazy animals out there here is some that i found out in some open areas about 20 miles from Fort Lauderdale






then this was by the house i was at :)

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here are some of the creatures here around SLC... nice and friendly soft creatures...dont ask how i am able to get so close to animails with out scaring them... if you understand lenses i swear all i am using is a 18mm X55mm there is no 300 lens in my bag ...yet :)

for all of that dont understand the lens thing.... this means i am almost touching these creatures (minus the igunans) before i take the shot. to get this close you need to be ON TOP of them. National Geographic here i come...HAHAHHAHA





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i think i lack a soul hence the reason they dont fear me ... JK

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You must be getting seriously close to those things without scaring them. That's impressive. You might want to look into getting a Close-up lens filter to tide you over until you have the money for the Macro lens. I used one with my 30D to take some flower/butterfly/insect shots and they came out amazing. I'll post a few up when I get back home.
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very nice. I think i need to be more creative about the pictures i take lol... they are usually of my bike but now that i got a back pack bag for my camera maybe i'll take it with me more often and take some cooler pictures.. of the bike lol.

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You must be getting seriously close to those things without scaring them. That's impressive. You might want to look into getting a Close-up lens filter to tide you over until you have the money for the Macro lens. I used one with my 30D to take some flower/butterfly/insect shots and they came out amazing. I'll post a few up when I get back home.
what the hell is that???? i am still new at this..:) please be nice to the noob

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wow great insects/lizards shots

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what the hell is that???? i am still new at this..:) please be nice to the noob
No worries, I just got started a couple months ago myself, but I read about them in a book. And I got lucky that a photographer friend of mine had one that was barely used, but he didn't want/need. I got this...

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...e_up_Lens.html

You still have to get real close for it to focus correctly, but magnifies the image a lot giving a Macro lens level closeness.

I'm not sure how to embed pictures in posts without having an internet address for them, so here's a link to the picasa album.

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