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adam

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Trying out a new camera and going through some specimens.

Boulder dash beeped this one up last summer. 3/4" field of view. Notice the 1/8" high grade quartz vein. Gold Bug II

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This specie is about a centimeter square, beeped with Gold Bug II

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Large specimen with lots of gold 1" x 1" field of view. Gold Bug II

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Once you aquire a decent camera that does micro shots a whole new world opens up to you. I coveth my Nikon Coolpix as waterproof to 10+ meters,does movies and better macro shots that I'd ever imagined. Kool pics-John

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That's crazy how clear and close those pics are.

Nice gold also :)
How long do you have to wait for developing for pics like that?

or do you just go to the 1 hr photo? :ROFL:
Tom

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That's crazy how clear and close those pics are.

Nice gold also :)

How long do you have to wait for developing for pics like that?

or do you just go to the 1 hr photo? :ROFL:

Tom

HA..! Funny little funny that, Tom..

Spent about half my life on-and-off in the photofinishing biz..

I remember when we were the 1st lab in our area to offer SAME DAY

photofinishing - in by 9A out by 5P - when 1hr was still a dream on a drawing board..

Today, you say "roll of film" to almost anyone under the age of sixteen

and they just look at you all kinda funnylike.. :old::olddude:

SA

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Most might and probably do know what 35mm film canisters look like but what about the film for my Leica B&W bellows camera ... took 120 rolls that you really needed to load in a darkened room for fear of light intrusion around the edges before even exposing it in the camera! Have some great pictures stored from that camera. I do like the digital cameras better though ... simpler to operate for the most part ... and don't have to carry around a light meter or measure distances!

Mike F

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