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Old 06-27-17, 12:04 PM
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For those that don't have it....IMO it looks doesn't look as shiny in person. Anybody else feel the same?
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Old 06-28-17, 12:40 AM
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Originally Posted by JagR View Post
For those that don't have it....IMO it looks doesn't look as shiny in person. Anybody else feel the same?
It's definitely not that shiny. It also doesn't stay clean for long, and it's not as cleanable as the marketing claims. It's also a giant PITA to wrap Supacaz properly. Unlike most other bar tape I've used, I've found you really need to stretch it hard around the bends so that it doesn't loosen up over time. Fortunately the glue on it is very weak and lends itself to re-applying.
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Old 06-28-17, 09:16 AM
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Is "look what I have and waste my $ on" the only reason you posted pictures of your camera?

I enjoy a lot of what you post but this is taking it to a new level...could be wrong but assume that most on here like to see/read stuff regarding bicycles not cameras.
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Have you tried a medium format camera? When I had my Nikon FM my neighbor had a Rolleiflex-SLX that he let me used for about a year (during my second year of college). Shooting 120 film was amazing!

Last camera he had was a Hasselblad H4D-60... and was looking to get one of the newer 100 mps that were coming out. Never got to play with those as he passed away 6 years ago.



Anyway, the difference on film was significant but I never got to see the difference between the Hasselblad digital cameras and the Nikon.

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Old 06-28-17, 01:24 PM
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Paging Freud. We have somebody here trying to overcompensate


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I don't see how a D5 is necessary for web uploads. Especially when considering the size limits on this particular forum software.
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Old 06-28-17, 01:43 PM
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D5 is a POS...guys need to step your game up to a Hasselblad H4D 200MS
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He likes Trek, SRAM and Garmin Vectors...what do you expect....
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The THM Fibula brakes look like the best option, unless someone can find something else more expensive, in stock, and ready to ship with nice packaging?
All joking aside. Those seem like they are amazing.

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Originally Posted by JagR View Post
...need to step your game up to a Hasselblad H4D 200MS
The latest one is the H6D-100c with a 100MP 53.4 x 40.0mm CMOS Sensor... it has to be unreal...



Sorry... photography is another hobby that I love and can't afford... I continue to chug along with my lowly Nikon D200
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Indeed!

We have yet to see how these fancy bikes/components will be used (if ever), leave alone any pics from these cameras. The whole point of his posts appear to be an endless exercise in showing off how cool he is, loaded with cash etc. All good stuff, it's his money (insert quote about a fool and his money here), but I don't really see the point.

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Old 06-29-17, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by wachuko View Post
The latest one is the H6D-100c with a 100MP 53.4 x 40.0mm CMOS Sensor... it has to be unreal...



Sorry... photography is another hobby that I love and can't afford... I continue to chug along with my lowly Nikon D200
I was being facetious! No chance I would spend that on a camera.
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This is the first thread I think I have read down in the road-cycling section. It's been an interesting experience... Sort of like... something off a cheap reality TV show.
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Originally Posted by JagR View Post
I was being facetious! No chance I would spend that on a camera.
Only in the realm of the professionals. I used to shoot some B&W medium format film only as a hobby. At one point I had two Rolleicord TLR's, a Hasselblad 500C with a few old lenses, and a Mamiya 7 with the 80mm standard lens. All of which were used but worked really well. Also used a densitometer to figure out 1 stop over base+fog with a few films and developers. Finally, used a Jobo rotary processor to process the film myself in the house and a flatbed scanner with the neg holders to scan them in. All of the equipment is sold except for the Rolleicord TLRs and replaced with a Pentax K10D outfit. Have thought about exposing some more film with the TLRs, but I just don't have the time or energy anymore. Also finances are a lot different with single income wife and child vs dual income and no children. Such is life...
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At first I didn't believe this was for real, now I'm not sure. Definitely one of the more bizarre threads I've read on BF.
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Yes ... a train wreck, can't help but rubberneck

The whole point appears to be (looking at his other threads), look at me spend $$$ on bikes/components/cameras I'm never going to use

Probably a midlife crisis (or two or more)

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At first I didn't believe this was for real, now I'm not sure. Definitely one of the more bizarre threads I've read on BF.
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Originally Posted by trekmogul View Post
MOST is a Pinarello Company that makes a few high end carbon bike pieces to include this integrated aero bar/stem

Can you share a photo showing the underside of the bar? Does it have threaded holes for a computer bracket?

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Originally Posted by beermode View Post
I don't see how a D5 is necessary for web uploads. Especially when considering the size limits on this particular forum software.

Nikon D5 has only a 25MB File .....
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Originally Posted by wachuko View Post
Can you share a photo showing the underside of the bar? Does it have threaded holes for a computer bracket?


HAH....! That looks like what i been searching for as I wondered how I was going to attach my Garmin Edge 1000
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Ugly...check. Expensive...check. Exclusive...check.
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This is pretty sweet.
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