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    How cold was it? shoeman's Avatar
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    Nice trip. I recognized many of the sights along the way. I could feel the trip.
    Thanks,
    Jim Johnson, OP Kansas
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    Thanks for the pictres!
    I have never been on a ride like that, just riding with friends & family.
    I have a greater understanding of what they are like.
    Someday soon I would like to go.
    Rvs

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    Very nicee job....

    Question? what kind of camera/lens and what digital rating?
    Jim Bud...

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    JimBud-I use three cameras. One little Nikon point-n-shoot which gives generally good results just using 'auto'. This one I keep in the tank bag for when I stop to take quick shots of the bike and scenes together. The other little point-n-shoot is a cheap Samsung with a tether around my neck and two rubber nubs glued to the buttons for shooting with my left hand as I ride . The pictures aren't the best but its a tradeoff to get shots on the fly without stopping.
    My third camera is my best one; A digi SLR Olympus E-410 which sometimes rides in the tankbag, but most often is stored away safely in its own bag. It came with the kit lenses I use. A 14-42 zoom and a 40-150 zoom. I use it when I stop for a while for the best shots and flexibility in settings.

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    K Bikes Complex by Choice cjack's Avatar
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    Great. I feel, when I see the pictures, that I missed a lot of times when I could have stopped to smell the roses. Nice music. Thanks.
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    Jack Hawley MOA and RA #224, KE9UW ("Chuck")

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    Good Job!!!

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    Great job! Was like being there again.

    Jim

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    Wow! Time flies. I just wandered back over here and there's one more question for me....

    It's a program called "Soundslides". Its cheap, basic and a test version can be downloaded from the internet. There are some shortcomings but for the most part it does an ample job for me.

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