« on: March 18, 2014, 02:59:43 PM »
If she's a pilot then I think some airforces have taken a lax view on safety. Those heels would not be suitable in an emergency situation.
I'm suitably disgusted.
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Does Canon UK not honor gray market import warranty coverage? Canon USA apparently does, as long as you have proof of purchase to confirm the date.
TBH calumet uk stores aren't doing much better , since they changed from KJP - anyone remember that? - since Calumet it's been downhill all the way. Decent staff left and now mostly uninterested ex students and older staff looking bored that don't know half of what I read up on with little real world experience to add into discussions. Plus many basic items have to be ordered in especially.. recently I needed a couple more standard stands and white backgrounds.. not in stock!!!
and enquired about the sony A7r , was told better go to john lewis !!
Crazy for a pro shop. Seems like they stock bags and tripods mainly now.
Times are a changing I really don't know where to buy equipment from these days apart from the Flash centre for Elinchrom which have awesome customer service and knowledge.
As some one mentioned this could really affect Bowens lighting as Calumet as a major distributer in UK / Europe.
RIP calumet .. globally in 2 years
Watch it, Guy. The one in the white blouse is my wife, and you wouldn't stand a chance against her.
If you want a mathematical duel, here is my second (taken on Monday night at iso3200, f/4 24-105)
That sir is not any old brick wall. That is a genuine Tudor base of a chimney of Trinity College Cambridge, the Home of Sir Isaac Newton, the inventor of, among many other great things, gravity, the prism, the mirror lens telescope, and the founder of modern optics, without which we would not have "glass". Any more comments like that and I will challenge you to a duel of calculus at dawn.
Here is the full frame, showing the glorious base with the Victorian addition or restoration above.
Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) by Robin SS Lee, on Flickr