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two more from the 35 SP
Old 06-18-2007   #1
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two more from the 35 SP

Two unrelated photos. The second one is from the same roll as the previous shots.

That's it I showed you all the nice ones I got from this camera
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Old 06-18-2007   #2
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Nice ... a few from my 35 SP. Kodak 400BW.
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Nice pics!!

You guys inspired me and make me feel guilty at the same time. I haven't used my SPn for a while
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Assaf, the motion blur in the first is obvious, but is there also a little camera shake?
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Assaf, the motion blur in the first is obvious, but is there also a little camera shake?
Are you refering to the left pic?
I don't know. The woman on the left hand side seems pretty sharp.
Did you notice the beautiful flare on the second pic? What a camera!
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