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Already posted in the Stowa forum but why not here too...
Just took these at work yesterday with a nikon d100/ 50mm macro and a halo light. Thought I'd share a couple good ones.
I'm sorry but I just realized there was a spec of dust on the sensor that showed up in the pics and the stainless background is horrible but enjoy anyways . The resolution is 3008 x 2000 px.
Click the links above the pics...:-!

http://sikniss.smugmug.com/photos/110943850-O.jpg


http://sikniss.smugmug.com/photos/110943948-O.jpg


http://sikniss.smugmug.com/photos/110943891-O.jpg
 

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Great, like them.:-!

Speck of dust on the sensor: The clone brush in PS (or other image editing software) is a great tool to "clean" the images...
yes i know clone brush very well...lol
unfortunately I just switched to an I Mac from an xp pc and don't have the luxury of my old CS yet. ( don't regret the switch though :-! )

I don't usually have the problem as my personal camera is a Oly E500 with the ultrasonic sensor cleaner that executes everytime the camera is started. I have yet to see one dust dot in over a year of use. B-)

Damn that nikon...lol
 

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Great pics Jim!
I really like those Stowa Seatime watches.
 

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