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  1. wattky

    How to change battery for Phottix Nikos TC-501?

    Thanks man! I finally got it out! Phew.....:D
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    How to change battery for Phottix Nikos TC-501?

    Hi SkyStrike, is it the catch shown in the pic? I have been trying to slide it in the direction shown but its not moving. :sweat:
  3. wattky

    How to change battery for Phottix Nikos TC-501?

    Hi everyone, I have a Phottix TC-501 wired remote whose battery is about to die off. I have been trying to open the battery compartment but it is not moving at all. Does anyone know how to open it? I try to slide the small piece of plastic on the back, following the direction of the arrow but...
  4. wattky

    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    _MG_9991LR by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Singapore Airlines 9V-SYH by wattky, on Flickr FedEx N810FD by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Cardig Air PK-BBB by wattky, on Flickr Qatar Airways A7-BAB by wattky, on Flickr Singapore Airlines 9V-SRP by wattky, on Flickr Singapore Airlines 9V-SRJ by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Caught these yesterday between 12:30pm to 2pm. Tiger Airways 9V-TRD by wattky, on Flickr Jetstar 9V-VLF by wattky, on Flickr Garuda Indonesia PK-GMG by wattky, on Flickr Cebu Pacific RP-C3245 by wattky, on Flickr Sri Lankan Airlines 4R-ABO by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Caught these yesterday between 12:30pm to 2pm. Air Asia 9M-AHJ by wattky, on Flickr Air Asia HS-ABB by wattky, on Flickr Silk Air 9V-SLD by wattky, on Flickr China Southern Airlines B-6283 by wattky, on Flickr RSAF Fokker 50 717 by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Tough luck yesterday...these are all that I managed to take. ATI N721CX by wattky, on Flickr RSAF Fokker 50 711 by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Shot these during the NDP preview on 14th July. Gloomy evening with a on/off drizzle. Untitled by wattky, on Flickr Untitled by wattky, on Flickr Untitled by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Yes this is in Singapore :-) Shot the P-3 along with the F-16 yesterday. I believe the F-16 is from USAF because of its tail markings.
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Untitled by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Untitled by wattky, on Flickr Untitled by wattky, on Flickr
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    Official Plane Spotting Thread III

    Untitled by wattky, on Flickr After seeing all the photos of planes here, just couldn't resist to join in :-) hope I am not intruding in anyway.
  15. wattky

    Developing film into negatives only?

    Thanx foxtwo and catchlights :-)
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    Developing film into negatives only?

    Oh ok....haven't been to the photolabs for over a decade I think and even back then it was with the photos. Hehehe thought they would think I am trying to be funny by only processing the film and not getting it into prints.
  17. wattky

    Developing film into negatives only?

    Hi all, my wife just got me a Diana Mini so I'm very new to film photography. I've been Googleling but can't seems to find the ans. I would like to find out if it is possible to request the photo labs to just develop the film into negatives without the prints/photograph? Reason being that I have...
  18. wattky

    Anyway to verify if dust on sensor has been cleared on the spot?

    Thanx everyone, for your inputs. Before these, I was thinking that I have to mount the camera on a tripod and shoot at a white background. Didn't occur to me that I can over-expose the photo to see if there is anymore dust spots. :bsmilie:
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    Anyway to verify if dust on sensor has been cleared on the spot?

    I understand that I can check for dust using a small aperture like f22 shooting at a white background but thats more for like at home right? What I'm asking is how to verify on the spot at the service center after they've cleaned my sensor.