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First of all, thank you for everyone who shared their recent hauls, I'm very glad to be in the business of making fellow shoe freaks happy. smile.gif

And secondly Thorpe Kudu GMTO is now live:
Gaziano & Girling Thorpe
•MH71 last in E-width (only one width allowed for GMTOs)
•Dainite without storm welt
•Standard lining
•Visible eyelets - no speed hooks
•Total price $1400 (US) and 10800 SEK ex VAT
•50% deposit - 50% before delivery

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/gaziano-girling-kudu-thorpe-50-gmto-deposit
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Email sent Pat. I wish you G&G guys allowed F width ffffuuuu.gif
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Skoak now have price listed in GBP, well done!

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Email sent Pat. I wish you G&G guys allowed F width ffffuuuu.gif

Yup. lost order... 

post #18454 of 23841
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post


Did the bundle deal eps rebel T6s 18-135mm is stem kit with ef-s 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lense should do the trick biggrin.gif

 

go try an L, if not a zeiss :crackup:

 

the first time i plopped an L onto a canon, I swore it was like I had lasik done; and i was never one to zoom into 300% to admire the pixels either.  

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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post
 

Great choice for your first one as well. Good Last to try for the first one, a split toe with a hand sewn apron, and Kudu as well which overall is very hard to beat.


My thoughts exactly! Couldn't think of a better pair to get started with.

post #18456 of 23841
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My thoughts exactly! Couldn't think of a better pair to get started with.

Well, then there is always the St James.
post #18457 of 23841
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

First of all, thank you for everyone who shared their recent hauls, I'm very glad to be in the business of making fellow shoe freaks happy. smile.gif

And secondly Thorpe Kudu GMTO is now live:
Gaziano & Girling Thorpe
•MH71 last in E-width (only one width allowed for GMTOs)
•Dainite without storm welt
•Standard lining
•Visible eyelets - no speed hooks
•Total price $1400 (US) and 10800 SEK ex VAT
•50% deposit - 50% before delivery

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/products/gaziano-girling-kudu-thorpe-50-gmto-deposit


I do have to wonder what the count on this will be at the end of they day? Hmmmmmm
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I do have to wonder what the count on this will be at the end of they day? Hmmmmmm


I'd think we'd hit the 16.

post #18459 of 23841
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

go try an L, if not a zeiss crackup%5B1%5D.gif

the first time i plopped an L onto a canon, I swore it was like I had lasik done; and i was never one to zoom into 300% to admire the pixels either.  
What about the one that comes with the bundle ya or na?
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I'd think we'd hit the 16.

Don't know about that, but I still think and especially for a second time around that it did pretty good.

I would think @Leaves has a good reason to smile. LOL
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Originally Posted by Faster View Post

Is the new Kudu (one available now) same as the recent  St James II?

This one is in Oak Kudu, the St James was Tan Kudu..
post #18462 of 23841
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Originally Posted by TtownMD View Post

Lol no man this is it not buying any more camera or lenses lol hope fully this will do the trick for regular basic things. Kind of like long term investment biggrin.gif

If you get into it even a little, you'll inevitably end up buying a fast lens, f2 or below, to be able to play with depth of field. It's a lot of fun and your shoes will look fantastic wink.gif.
post #18463 of 23841
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What about the one that comes with the bundle ya or na?
I say skip the kit lens and put the savings on a 50mm prime or 85mm prime. Would be perfect for shooting shoes and kids/people.
post #18464 of 23841
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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

If you get into it even a little, you'll inevitably end up buying a fast lens, f2 or below, to be able to play with depth of field. It's a lot of fun and your shoes will look fantastic wink.gif.
So what lense would you recommend? The one that comes in bundle package is that not fast or good enough? Newbie when it comes to camera just did basic search & info that is why figured to go with it. And thank you for your input in advance.
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I say skip the kit lens and put the savings on a 50mm prime or 85mm prime. Would be perfect for shooting shoes and kids/people.
That would make that camera lot cheaper if I get rid of that lense lol
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