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Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by shaygetz, Apr 19, 2004.
Back o' Hyram's workshop...
OCRR take 1...
OCRR take 2...
Fun with the scrap box...
Finally, a view of the "Lady Dane" worth downloading...
The B&MC's homebrewed speeder...
Neither Jesse James or the Tuttles...Jr. or Sr. can hold a candle to me
I love your picture bud. Keep them coming. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: FRED
I agree. Nice photos. :thumb:
Thanks, guys, been wanting to get a better camera for posting photos. When the opportunity came thru Dell, I jumped on it.
:thumb: Very nice! :thumb:
Since no one has asked.... What are the specs on it?
That's some fantastic modeling, Shaygetz!
Nice photos, what camera did you get.
Great shots and modeling! I like the trackwork.
Thanks, guys, I do love how the track work looks on film. Its really pretty simple...cheap brown latex paint on the rails and ties followed by---drumroll please---sifted and demagnetized parking lot dirt with a sprinkle of Woodland Scenics N scale ballast for contrast. The camera is a Fuji FinePix A210 with 3.2 megapixels. Not top end but I'm bouncing off the walls nonetheless. I'll still be playing with it for a while...
I just got an A200 which is the 2 megapixel version and I like it too. It's lots easier on batteries and takes sharper close up pixs over my old HP 3.2 MP. It's also faster and 1/2 the weight and size. Best I got it for 89.99. FRED
I just love the lived in clutter that surrounds your track. Just like real life. Superb modeling
Thanks, Robin. That's that John Allen School of Model Railroading I went to as a teenager showing thru.
Yeah, Dash, I still have to work on my steady hand and lighting but I'm really pleased with how easy it is to use. A little harsh on the batteries but doable.
The HP I have uses 4 AA batteries every 10 to 20 normal pixs. This new Fuji gets about 50 per 2 batteries. FRED