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Knuckledragger

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  1. As I'm sure you know, most ADJ-branded gear is utter crap, but the PocketScan is a notable exception. You've touched on most of their strengths, but easy on-site DMX programming is a plus, so is master-slave operation (for the occasions when I don't have a controller.) Also I can fit four of them in a case I can pick up with one hand. Now that I have all four working, I doubt I will lug out my big Geni Shivas or MojoScans anymore. The Shivas are much, much brighter, and have rotating gobos, but are really a two-man job to set up. Martin is great if you have a large budget, a big crew a
  2. two 52mm inner-pinch lens caps two 58mm inner-pinch lens caps one set of 49mm stack caps (to hold filters) one set of 52mm stack caps one set of 67mm stack caps one 49mm UV filter one 52mm UV filter
  3. Aye. It is, at various stages over the last few years. I just got all four of my ADJ Pocket Scans working again. The first time since 2005.
  4. Neat lights, but you need a real camera. Allow me to demonstrate:
  5. :eyebleed: it's graphics like this that make be thankful for the existence of ABP.
  6. I'm not exactly a big fan of NiN (or Trent Reznor in general) but I really respect how he's gone about circumventing the major labels. I did download a copy (h/t tkam) and I'm going to listen to it with an open mind. If I like it, I'll cheerfully give him my cash. I wish more artists understood. We, as consumers, are willing to pay for digital downloads of sufficient quality (for me that means "FLAC") that are uncrippled by DRM or other such malarkey. As I said in another thread, I've purchased FLACs from Music is Here on serveral occasions, and been very happy with their service. It's a s
  7. I haven't bought anything today, but I spent an hour looking at last year's paypal transactions...
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KC9FtLQJoGM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28ZSMAtzBSY
  9. Wired presents: Audiophiles vs. Audio Files.
  10. I was 13 in 1988. I had a mullet, a jean jacket, stonewashed jeans (that were ball-crushingly tight, IIRC) and a few dozen metal albums on cassette. I had certainly discovered cuffing my carrot by then.
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