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    Quote Originally Posted by Solomon Nero View Post
    YES TOM! Do it up!
    Sorry, had to comment on your avatar. Too funny -- I got pulled over heading home from a shoot late one night, and my EPIC was outfitted in the same manner as your pic, buckled into the seat next to me. The officer looked at the camera and said, "Woah, that's one HELL of a camera. It looks crazy expensive - what do you do?" After we talked about it for a second, I found myself on my way minus any infractions. And no, I was not being a menace - was simply tired, driving 60mph -- in a school zone. Totally kidding about that last part.

    Moral of the story: keep an EPIC nearby at all times.

    Sorry...back to the more serious stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eryc Tramonn View Post
    Sorry, had to comment on your avatar. Too funny -- I got pulled over heading home from a shoot late one night, and my EPIC was outfitted in the same manner as your pic, buckled into the seat next to me. The officer looked at the camera and said, "Woah, that's one HELL of a camera. It looks crazy expensive - what do you do?" After we talked about it for a second, I found myself on my way minus any infractions. And no, I was not being a menace - was simply tired, driving 60mph -- in a school zone. Totally kidding about that last part.

    Moral of the story: keep an EPIC nearby at all times.

    Sorry...back to the more serious stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Lowe View Post


    6K flamethrower just landed in Sri Lanka. Let's see what this thing can really do....

    Stay tuned.
    Let's have a LOOK!!!!!!!

    It's like a colour resolution of 65mm FILM STOCK or...???!!!!

    And please don't mix the base colour with a sort or grading or lighting as most people DO!!!!!

    Just show US what Dragon can do in its basic colour science of today!!!!!!

    And of course tomorrow would be something like an another story as well!!!!!


    Nelumbo Nucifera Lotus flower it's a common to find in Sri Lanka (Ceylon) today!!!!
    Shot HANDHELD on Sigma DP1 Merrill 19mm Sigma lens (28mm FF) (anyway this is a crop from the original larger image!!!!).
    The last, in a comparison don't mix a sort of macro lens (100mm) with this wide angle lens (19mm) or even saturation as somebody (pretty hilariously) tried to do it here before!!!
    See a bigger image to click M at http://500px.com/photo/42055626
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    Rad Tom. Looking forward to the beauty in your shots.
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    This is what I'm talking about!

    Enter the fucking Dragon Tom Lowe style!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunleik Groven View Post
    woha!!

    i think the dragon needs a north european round in the sack rather soonish... :-)

    there you go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunleik Groven View Post
    woha!!

    i think the dragon needs a north european round in the sack rather soonish... :-)

    looking foreward to see your reports!

    njoy Tom!
    Dragon desperately needs a Viennese test or a test in Vienna, Austria as son as possible!!!!

    Its a heart or a centre from German, English, French, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Indian, Brazilian, and Japanese way of doing things!!!!

    Ouch., sorry, I just forgot to mention Africa and Middle East!!!!
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    So exciting to see Dragon being put through it's paces by the reduser all stars! Kill it Tom.
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    Tom, look forward to see some of your great imagery on Dragon!
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