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I bought 50 shades of grey in the hope that it would help me understand white balance.
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Exposure control is prioritised.
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Flashing can affect your balance.

It can startle some people.

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I understand the reference, but I wonder just how many people on this forum have read the book (I haven't!)

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I understand the reference, but I wonder just how many people on this forum have read the book (I haven't!)

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I bought 50 shades of grey in the hope that it would help me understand white balance.
You may need fifty shades darker for it to show the difference in iso200 . the original fifty shades of grey is for the iso100.
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You may need fifty shades darker for it to show the difference in iso200 . the original fifty shades of grey is for the iso100.
Keep "in the zone"

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I could never work out what all the fuss was about grey sheds...?
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I could never work out what all the fuss was about grey sheds...?
Perhaps someone could shed some light on it?

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Horrible strip lighting can put you off your stroke.
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I haven't read the book, I'm still reading Lady Chatterley's Lover. Then I have to read Saturday Night and Sunday Morning and Virgin Soldiers.
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Is there a mapping from MASP to BDSM
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Horrible strip lighting can put you off your stroke.
You can't beat an Edison Screw.

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Is a mini Edision screw a quicky ?

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