Post a photo of you using a GPS!

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#101 Post by miop550 » Fri Feb 13, 2009 10:34 pm

Waah..hahaha!! My you got such wandering eyes... yes a girlie passenger. :lol:

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#102 Post by sc3ae » Sat Feb 14, 2009 1:06 am

It should be like this>> :prayer: : Ik hoop dat u het juiste keuze maakte om fotograferen leuk te hebben. Trouwens, vind ik die lenzen van Panasonic, oftewel de Leica 24mm, is en blijf nogal het meest populair en doeltreffend in zijn klassement op het digitale SLR gebied. Maak het je je ware koop!

Met hoogachting.
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Bro Sing... here is a better option to consider>>


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bro cruiser any web add for the arm .... in the picture. wanna grab one so can easily makan nasi lemak :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#103 Post by cruiser » Sat Feb 14, 2009 5:48 am

sc3ae wrote: bro cruiser any web add for the arm .... in the picture. wanna grab one so can easily makan nasi lemak :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


Alamak!!! Nasi lemak lagi...???? =P~

Here's a better suggestion. Get yr next customized camper van like a VW Caravelle California which has a mini built-in kitchenette which you can also micro wave coffee to grilling satay sticks while your lifetime partner or BH continues steering along the route.... :mrgreen:

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#104 Post by joeadnan » Tue Oct 27, 2009 5:27 pm

cruiser wrote: :tq: Joe on that earlier post. I was at a photoshop yesterday and saw new tripods from Manfrotto but they don't specialize in clamps etc. Can you post the type or quote the model type you once used or if you still have it, add a pic in here please?
Talk about delayed response!

Click here to see what a Magic Arm looks like. You'll need to also get a Super Clamp. Shops don't usually stock them. You'll need to order from a specialist distributor. I got mine from Eng Tong

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#105 Post by cruiser » Tue Oct 27, 2009 6:57 pm

joeadnan wrote:Talk about delayed response!

Hi Joe....

Not a real bother and thanks for the links to Manfrotto.
Yes, I spotted another which caught my eye earlier at one of our retail shops that offered the Head, which has a fabulous trigger mechanism incorporated which then allows the smooth movement (jerk-free) while capturing or panning with the DSLR camera or video camera as well.
Saved the link for future reference... but will be looking on purchasing the trigger-clamp head which actually offers the pivotal role when a camera/camcorder is mounted.
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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#106 Post by baba » Wed Oct 28, 2009 11:20 am

kyllarts wrote:My setup;
carpc = ASUS eeeBox + 1din indash lilliput 7"
Nokia N95 (as gps reciever)
Nice setup...would like to do similar setup but use my external blutooth (10x/holux) as gps receiver :thumbsup:

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#107 Post by ansonkelvin » Thu Dec 10, 2009 9:38 pm

My GPS photo.

1. Using Garmin
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2. Using PaPaGo M3GPS X3

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#108 Post by waypoint » Mon Aug 09, 2010 3:54 pm

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Me and my kids off some beaten path in one of Singapore's Nature Reserves... with the Vista HCx in hand. =)
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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#109 Post by bernGPS » Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:02 pm

waypoint wrote:Image

Me and my kids off some beaten path in one of Singapore's Nature Reserves... with the Vista HCx in hand. =)
I tot you sold your Vista HCx already, no? :mrgreen:

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