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January 12, 2013
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Really?Its human being?

January 12, 2013
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Reminds me of the old Canal Street in Amsterdam.
Seems like yesterday, but it was 50 years ago.

Actually, I’m betting it’s an “Adult Store” window display,
and, Patrick, there is no way the lady is real.
She would be wearing……. let’s say….. nail polish.

Magnifying glasses??? What in the world are they for?

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January 13, 2013
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It is hard to believe that she is real, Patric. Look at her hands, they look totally plastic.

January 13, 2013
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Silky
If she’s real she must be wearing a pair of rubber hands!
I would love to stand at that window for a couple of minutes to see if
she blinked and even then I’d have my doubts because the Japanese
are making robots that are nearly there as far as realism is concerned.
I say fake!
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January 13, 2013
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Her hands are certainly not the only things that are obviously not real.
(I will not say more.)

Silky… Yes, I have visited the district… many years ago. An amazing place at the time.
And yes… I did serve in the Army. Two years as an enlisted man.
And…. I think that this is not a bar, but a porn shop. Not to be confused with a pawn shop.

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January 13, 2013
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I went to Red Lights district too about 7 years ago and as I remember they were not very happy , when they saw the camera. There is unwritten law there agains pictures.

January 14, 2013
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Quote from Silky on January 14, 2013, 14:19
Yes is true Oksana, but is more politicians rather than the desire of the girls , politicians want to apear before citizen as puritane to win votes in referendums. However on concern tp take picture in public place there is not country more open than Holland, ever the porn law allow a huge things that in hollywood are not allowed.
By the way Oksana, I posted a question here for you to guest as I like your critic and power of analysis because I want that the industry make the perfect camera, and also make the standard rules for lens to me all manufacture shall make and agreement and make standard socket lens or in other word you can use any lenses in your camera without adapters.
here the question With whic camera was taken this pic?

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January 17, 2013
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Silky said

Oksana, beside that I enjoy photography, I also enjoy testing them, No, it is a Nikon V1 see al details in the pic with adversed condition, this camera has a fantastic sensor a AF metering almost 100 point and some trick technology that yet I don’t have the know how ,so you never loss focus look crefully the pic to see al detail even relieve in texture.
https://easy-exposure.com/forum…..thread700/
I need to ask some tip about how you setup the D7000 , Now I have one and I belive that I would done better deal , if I would waited for D5200 which has speed 3 sensor.
So which is the best way to interchange knowledge about the topic via mail direct or posted in the blog?

Your metadata say it is Nikon D5000. That is why I thought so. It is better to post here in forum, so others can see too.

January 18, 2013
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Silky, did you remove the photo of the manikin girl, which the discussion was about?

January 20, 2013
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The manikin girl must have been real after all. She up and walked away.
Don’t blame her much. We must have made her feel bad with all
our talk of rubber hands and such.

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January 20, 2013
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Silky…
[Quote “I need to ask some tip about how you setup the D7000”]
Did you purchase the 7000? If so, congratulations… Good luck with it.

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January 20, 2013
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Silky
Go to Youtube and type in jaredpolin d7000.
He has two tutorials (about 30 minutes each) explaining
in detail the ins and outs of the D7000. I learned a lot while
watching those videos a couple of years ago and they are
still available and still very much worth watching.
Good luck with the setup.
Dale

January 20, 2013
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nikonguy said

Silky
Go to Youtube and type in jaredpolin d7000.
He has two tutorials (about 30 minutes each) explaining
in detail the ins and outs of the D7000. I learned a lot while
watching those videos a couple of years ago and they are
still available and still very much worth watching.
Good luck with the setup.
Dale

A lot to learn from jared. I have D7000 and he was good to have in the beginning.

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