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speedy

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Incidentally, my above post is actually a pretty good example as to why I love my m4/3 kit.
Yeah, 36*24 has great high ISO perform, but damn, you need it, as you're forever chasing usable DOF, and stopping down to do so. Necessitating the use of high ISO, unless you want to lug a tripod around.
Nah. I'll stick to my small and light m4/3 kit thanks
 

Acraftman

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Well its still a jig sorta!
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I had to make a limited run of CNC'd PVC parts, so instead of a new fixture, I just added on to the top.

The basic fixture.

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I added an MDF top.

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Toe clamps hold the blank down.

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Holes are drilled, screws added, the the fun starts.

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Ready for unloading.

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