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THIS is the direction I had wished Canon went with the original 5D.  That 8 micron pixel size seems to be a sweet spot.
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Awesome. Love it.
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I got lucky with this shot.  I was in search of a good shoot for a supermoon.  I settled on a place not too descript, west of Phoenix.  So there I was just clicking away, hoping there would be a good stable shot with out much lens vibration, and atmospheric interference and before my eyes I saw these geese fly by.  Now to get all these variables correct and lined up is not impossible, just very lucky.
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this gets a standing ovation
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You should make a world tour with that contraption. Awesome.
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thank you.  very faithful to the live version which imho is by far the best version
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thanks alot!...yes i totally agree with you about the live version
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Very nice, indeed.
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Cloudy for most of the day, then it got nice.
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Its a pity there is not more news and discussion on this topic; the human and family devastation of the housing crisis.  I feel as though I had been through a war.  I lost houses, family, and most of mom's and dad's lifelong savings ...  as well as all of mine.  Its been 4 years since I short sold my house in Arizona, and I still feel the effects.  I think most people turn away from the story because its too much to take in; too much to process.  My family had been torn apart. My cash savings wiped.  I feel deeply betrayed and robbed.  There is no fast way to cure the pain created by being financially devastated to this extent. 
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Wow, I remember you well, and my heart goes
out to you.  I lost everything too, but under very
different circumstances: it was of my own
doing; so it would be disingenuous to say I
can understand what your feeling.  i can't.
What I can do is offer my time and attention.
If you want to write/talk or skype i think you
have my email/phone skype name.  If not, and
you'd like to - let me know and  i'll give you
my contact info.

-Marc T.
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I replaced bad caps on a syncmaster 204b power supply board.. However the Monitor is still a no go.  Bummer.  Any suggestions what might be the next most likely suspect?
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Great video.  i have an ASUS 1080p VW246
that stopped working one day.  But because
I used to volunteer at this thrift store I had
a collection of working syncmasters and even
a small toshiba 1080i (yes, "i" -- early model)
TV with hdmi, YCbCr, vga, etc that someone
literally threw out in our dumpster -- completely
working.  i think I know why: for some reason
the EVR-CP renderer used by WMP wasn't
converting the YV12 colorspace to RGB as
required by the HDMI connection, so most
videos played had the colors all wrong.  Actually,
i didn't care, because the xxx=>RGB conversion
is awful in the renderer anyway, so i opted
to use a real media player, mpc-hc and use
the ffdshow filters which have a far better
=>RGB conversion.  I could also have used the
lav filters, but their RGB conversion is no
better or worse than the ffdshow-tryouts
conversion.  The only advantage of the lav would be if you needed HW acceleration,
you could use the DXVA2-copy-back, and
perhaps use the ffdshow-raw for RGB
conversion.

Anyway, so many monitors, i wasn't compelled
to get the VW246 fixed, and i incorrectly
assumed i'd need an SMT soldering station
to do any real repairs myself -- but now, seeing
that the power supplies use mostly traditional
soldering, I can't wait to clean up my little
work area and crack open that monitor.
Yeah, electrolytic caps are lots of fun.  Back
when i had big $$, playing live grateful dead
soundboard/audience matrix recordings from
digital PCM-F1 to $6,000 krell kSA-250 (pure
class A) driving a pair of $5,000 B&W-801
series 2, during a peak low end during
"Morning Dew" we hear a thunderclap and
the lights go off.  After flipping the circuit
breaker, I look under one of the 801's and all i can see is "paper" all over the place, and
underneath it, a large electrolytic blown open
like a grenade.  I asked the technician at a
local electronics shop how big a polypropylene
cap that uF would be and he laughed, saying
"a few feet", so another electrolytic it was.
I have nothing against electrolytics, so long
as their not in my signal path...  And no transformers.  Nothing that will mess with
the phase (like no brick-wall filters -- the
scourge of early A2D converters.)

As for your problem: perhaps time to hunt
down a schematic and take readings at
key places in the powersupply.  Also, often
on some early "receivers". often just tapping the caps (carefully, no feet in water;) would
identify a bad cap.  Beyond that, it's not my field
of expertise.  I'm real good at breaking stuff
though :)
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