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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 12-05-2020, 22:17
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They look like they may be Canon (or rather Canon "fit") FD Mount lenses judging by the end caps, but really need to see the camera mount without the cap on it.


https://tinkeringwithcameras.blogspo...-r-to-fdn.html

Definitely canon fit because they were for his AI canon camera.

The smaller one is a canon no idea what make the big one is, no name on it that I can find.
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Ray, that is awful!

Did you enjoy cruising? I have never thought I would enjoy it. I would, however, like to visit America again at some point. I will not fly so a cruise might be the only way I would go. Of course I would have to find one that takes dogs!
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Ray, that is awful!
Did you enjoy cruising? I have never thought I would enjoy it. I would, however, like to visit America again at some point. I will not fly so a cruise might be the only way I would go. Of course I would have to find one that takes dogs!
No film did make it all the more memorable if no evidence.
We didn't cruise as The Queen Mary is embedded in concrete at Long Beach CA. But we had a 4 night deal in one of the old wood panelled cabins near Christmas, Spruce Goose and Long Beach village lit up with carol singers. It was magic less film.

Personally I have had enough of the states now especially the flying, all the security and cramped seats and being 'greeted' by their immigration thugs who think everyone wants to live there. We closed down all our US interests a few years ago now.
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I couldn't agree more. Unfortunately, I have family out there and would be the one who would have to go and sort out my brother's affairs if anything happened to him.
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A couple of photos with my new macro lens, the spider was so big (think it's a Mediterranean Tarantula) I would have prefered telephoto in that I didn't want to get too close.
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I may have to rethink my macro lens use as yesterday I went out with a Nikon 600mm to take some bird photos but it was very hot and no birds but loads of dragonflies and had some good results.
Only problem with the Nikon its very heavy and when using it for close ups I have to manually focus but it means I don’t have get too close and frighten things off.
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