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bf1

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A tribute to the "man" himself!
 

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bf1 = STUD

Nice B ....Great lighting on that photograph!!
 

bf1

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bf1 = STUD

Nice B ....Great lighting on that photograph!!

Thanks Griff,
I am working on my photographic techniques. It is much more difficult than I anticipated.
Happy New Year to you and yours.
Best regards,
Barry
 

jch79

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I am working on my photographic techniques. It is much more difficult than I anticipated.

Barry,
Your photography has shown a marked improvement - keep at it!
Nice even lighting and good white balance are key. :thumbsup:
Best,
john
PS - nice lights!
 

bf1

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Thanks John,
That's quite a compliment, I have always admired your photographic skills.
Give me a call when your available for a road trip.
Kindest regards,
Barry
 

octaf

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Very nice !!! :twothumbs
Can you give me the exact names of these?
I haven't been here long enough to regognize all the different models.


Thanks Barry. :)
 

bf1

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Very nice !!! :twothumbs
Can you give me the exact names of these?
I haven't been here long enough to regognize all the different models.


Thanks Barry. :)
Hi Octaf,
The lights are McGizmo prototypes.
The larger of the two is the Ti 27LT.
The smaller one is the Ti 27L.
Take care,
Barry
 

Steve L

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Hi Barry,:wave:

Very Nice, both the photography and the lights:faint:.
I hope you and yours are having a Happy New Year!!!

Best Wishes,
Steve
 

easilyled

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Beautiful lights and good photos bf1.
I also find it much harder than I first thought it would be to take decent pics. :)
 

octaf

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Hi Octaf,
The lights are McGizmo prototypes.
The larger of the two is the Ti 27LT.
The smaller one is the Ti 27L.
Take care,
Barry


Thanks Barry. :)
Are they both have McClickie switches?
What Led & reflectors for them? :thinking:
 

jch79

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Are they both have McClickie switches?
What Led & reflectors for them? :thinking:

The "27L" in their names means that it has the McR-27L reflector. The "T" in the Ti 27LT Proto stands for "twisty", so no clickie.

The full name of the "Ti 27L", as Barry called it, is "McLux Ti 27L PD Proto", so it's a PD, not a clickie. And a little more info straight from the McHorse's mouth:

McDude said:
The head design is straight from the 27LT with dual O-rings and I had some 2x123 twisty paks of the 27LT design made. I also wanted to visit a 1x123 PD pack with the 27L head so a few of these were machined.

They both originally had LuxIII LED's in 'em - not sure if they've been "updated", but the LED inside is a non-factor to the sheer awesomeness of these lights. They've changed hands only a small number of times, and they represent the rarest of rare lights.

Ahhh... McGizmo - how we love thee! :nana:

:thumbsup: john
 
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From a similar time period, one of my favorite shots (if I may add a pic to the thread :eek: ):

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bf1

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Don,
Great photographs as always. I think I need to move to Hawaii to improve my photographic skills.
Regards,
Barry
 

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