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    Thanks for helping me sell my koyok!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakon09 View Post


    Thanks for helping me sell my koyok!
    at least your koyok is cute
    are you going to rear all of them
    4 cats

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    at least your koyok is cute
    are you going to rear all of them
    4 cats
    I really don't have the heart to separate them... they whole family just looks too damn cute together!

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    I really don't have the heart to separate them... they whole family just looks too damn cute together!


    wa , but a lot of work right

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    GIVE ME LA! Haha

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    did not know ccd would be charged when it is turned on. so would it be charged when metering goes off after 4 secs?(the normal standby mode of camera)

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    wa , but a lot of work right
    AND milk money - the food and litter goes twice as quick now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knpan View Post


    did not know ccd would be charged when it is turned on. so would it be charged when metering goes off after 4 secs?(the normal standby mode of camera)
    no idea

    but it is simply good practice to turn off your cam when changing lenses

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