One case for camera Image stabilizing

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Cryptopixel, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. Cryptopixel

    Jeff R. Guest

    How do you figure that, Doug?
    I've been civil - polite - patient so far.
    I've gently pointed out your mistakes, given you opportunities to graciously
    retract your egregious errors.

    The only insults I've directed towards you, Doug, are those which are
    implicit in my pointing out your errors.

    You know the images you posted on your now-defunct web page were bogus and
    misrepresentative. The insults you directed at AC (amongst others) seem to
    have been predicated on the assumption that your "walking-pano" technique is
    possible in the way you suggested - which of course it is not.

    If I were to make an outlandish suggestion, supporting a technically
    untenable position, then I would expect to be called on to prove that

    You have, and thus we have.

    Catch is, *you* can't, and you don't have the decency (or the cohones) to
    admit you were wrong.

    Being in favour of education, I would prefer in this case to be proven
    wrong -but- as noted before, I'm not holding my breath.

    If calling on you to prove your impossible suggestion makes me a sheep, then
    B-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A !
    Jeff R., Mar 26, 2008
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  2. Douggie won't apologise because he is morally and ethically bankrupt, ad
    this to his pathological inability to admit mistakes and you see why I won't
    hold my breath waiting for Douggie to step up and be a man and apologise.
    If Douggie can in fact post a "stepped out panno" of the Marina shot, that
    meets his claims, showing the pre stitched photos as well as the finished
    product, I will post my full Name and address so he can then take it to the
    AFP for his complaint against me, after all I have repeatedly offered to go
    to them myself if only he would provide the case file number.
    Atheist Chaplain, Mar 27, 2008
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