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The Lacuna LP: A Novel
The Lacuna LP: A Novel
by Barbara Kingsolver
Edition: Paperback
8 used & new from $4.82

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quite a read!, August 5, 2012
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This review is from: The Lacuna LP: A Novel (Paperback)
An incredible read and a "can't put it down" kind of historical novel. Additionally, portrays all of the mystery and magic of real life as individuals intersect with historical events.


Magic Lantern Guides: Sigma DP2
Magic Lantern Guides: Sigma DP2
by Jason Schneider
Edition: Paperback
21 used & new from $7.14

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You Really Need This!, September 13, 2011
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In my opinion, anyone who owns one of the DP2 cameras will do her/himself a great favor to own this guide. I was deterred from buying it for two years because of an earlier customer review saying that all of the info was already in the manual that came with the camera. That may or may not be true, but the problem is having to dig out the information. The Magic Lantern Guide is well organized and even has an index at the back of the book. The DP2 (DP2s & DP2X) is an enormously complicated camera with capabilities that exceed most cameras of its size. I didn't begin to master my DP2s until I started using the Magic Lantern book. Considering the cost of the camera, this is a small price to pay for learning to use it well.


Sigma HC-11 Dedicated hard leather case for the Sigma DP1 Digital Camera
Sigma HC-11 Dedicated hard leather case for the Sigma DP1 Digital Camera
Price: $129.95
3 used & new from $54.00

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars only buy for appearance's sake, November 28, 2010
Although this is a handsome looking case, it is poorly thought out and not very useful. First of all, unlike most fitted camera cases of this type, the front piece is not hinged to the bottom piece. So one cannot take photos without complete removal of the lens cover piece, and then one has it to hold while trying to take a photo. In addition, if one has the optional viewfinder, which is almost a necessity with this camera--the case can't hold the camera with viewfinder attached, which means that one must have a place to safely store this small, delicate and expensive piece of equipment. Attaching and removing the viewfinder for each photo is not practical. The base plate with camera strap is the only part of the case that I am able to use--hardly worth the cost of this accessory. I would award it something less than one star if that were allowed.


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