Mustang Air to Air: The Sequel
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RobMoser
Registered: Sep 04, 2007
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And one more.

Rob



JWilsonphoto
Registered: Jan 16, 2002
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Nice Rob!



JWilsonphoto
Registered: Jan 16, 2002
Total Posts: 16336
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Well Nick, we see it all over the web, really everywhere, there's no place like home (MA2A). Don't know why, but it's sure true. The web has pulled the curtain back on a lot of people's true character, or lack thereof. The web didn't create their attitudes and perspectives, it just gave them an opportunity to exercise them. So, on the web or in real life, they are out there. I was familiar with the syndrome from the corporate world, but I've gotten a refresher as co-chair of ISAP. Everyone on the current board is wonderful, don't get me wrong, we've just experienced a whole bunch of "growing pains" that look a lot like what you describe and it takes all the fun out of an activity.

Bottom line is (and it sounds like you have figured it out) kick the dust off your boots and move on. Don't let it take the shine off something that you love.



JWilsonphoto
Registered: Jan 16, 2002
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Hi Mike,

I feel your pain, sorry you ran into this problem. I am very hesitant to use the maximum burst capability of the IV, or the X bodies, because weird things happen, besides trashing the sensor. I'd do a little recon and reformat the card, then shoot a bunch of fasts bursts, see what it does. I would bet it's the card and not your IV. Try a different card and do the same. I have a hard time trusting a card after it has experienced that type of corruption.



stevezzzz
Registered: Aug 01, 2010
Total Posts: 3497
Country: United States

USM IS wrote:
I would put it before the board. Card is puked, or something wrong in camera? Out of 815 exp on card these were in a burst in the center. There were other fast action bursts, but only had eight like this, every other pic. Lexar UDMA 7 1000x. And does anyone know if the new 1066 will work with a 1dMkIV or not?

Thanks, Mike


There's something going around, Mike: my Lexar Professional UDMA 7 1000x 32GB card started doing this at Wanaka…only a dozen or two of the images in the 1400 or so on there are compromised, but I think it's time I retired the card, with extreme prejudice.

In other news, I am sitting in my studio at home with my eyelids propped open after our 30-hour homeward journey: four legs on three different airliners, and 24560 images of NZ to entertain myself with when I awaken tomorrow.

In other, other news, my new Pipistrel Virus SWiS 100 has finally got an airworthiness certificate. But I'm on the horns of a dilemma: since it's Experimental the FAA requires that it be flown ten hours solo around the home field before it can carry passengers. But my insurance company is requiring that I take 2 hours of dual instruction in it before I can fly it solo, even though it's much the same as my old Remos and I have over 6000 hours in my logbook. How ironic: someone else will have to fly off the ten hours before I can fly my own airplane...



Go4Long
Registered: Sep 04, 2005
Total Posts: 1592
Country: Canada

Funny, I had a Sandisk take a big poop about 2/3 through the Thunderbirds show yesterday at Barksdale. Got the CHA error on my camera, which is generally bad news. Took it as a sign to end my day. Lucky for me when I got back to the computer the card still had all the images on it, downloaded them all, formatted and it seems to be working like a champ now...but I'm keeping an eye on it.

The skies this morning for the JRB were a little questionable, but the cleared away nicely to a nearly unlimited ceiling for most of the show box by the time the Blues took off. All in all a good show, REALLY lacking in the statics (especially compared to Barksdale), and the F-35 that was promised was not on static today, which was too bad...but the organization was MUCH better than Barksdale...it took me over an hour to get from the show to the street right outside the base yesterday, today it was about 10 minutes. they had lanes blocked off, and were efficiently directing traffic.

Heritage flight from Barksdale:


Heritage by Steven Szabo, on Flickr



stevezzzz
Registered: Aug 01, 2010
Total Posts: 3497
Country: United States

Here's the rest of that sunrise I posted yesterday…or today, depending on which side of the International Date Line you're sitting on. For me it's been Sunday for a very long time...



Colin Giersberg
Registered: Jun 01, 2008
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Some more of yesterday's car show in Athens, Alabama.


Packard Ornamentalus.



Colin Giersberg
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2HOT4U



Colin Giersberg
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Pick em up classic



Colin Giersberg
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Self explanatory.



Colin Giersberg
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Ford Fairlane



Colin Giersberg
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Ford Customline



Colin Giersberg
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Chevy Nomad



Go4Long
Registered: Sep 04, 2005
Total Posts: 1592
Country: Canada

stevez wrote:
Here's the rest of that sunrise I posted yesterday…or today, depending on which side of the International Date Line you're sitting on. For me it's been Sunday for a very long time...


Legen...wait for it...dary
LEGENDARY.

Awesome shot Zimm.



Colin Giersberg
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Sweet Ride



Colin Giersberg
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Purple People Eater



Colin Giersberg
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'63 White



Colin Giersberg
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Lucky's Vettes



Colin Giersberg
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Lucky's Vettes



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