From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: The lone tree still was NEVER as tedious as video'd/filmed skateboarders
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From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: The lone tree still was NEVER as tedious as videod/filmed skateboarders
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2018 18:53:37 +0100
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In article<>, 
RichA says...
> Some lone tree shots are really, really good photos.  No so with skateboarders, the mainstay of
action-cam demos.  BORING!!!
> As for the Kodak, it's expensive, although anything with mechanical parts today is.  Time to
recycle the old Kodak or Bolex if people want to shoot 8mm.

By the way, when I opened the page,my daughter asked "what is Kodak". 
She has never seen a film camera.
Alfred Molon

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