Olympus Evolt E-600 Digital SLR Camera w/ 14-42mm Lens (Camera & Lens Refurbished by Olympus America)

Unleash your creativity with the super-compact, image-stabilized. Olympus E-600 Digital SLR Camera. It’s the DSLR that puts creative freedom in the palm of your hands. The ED (Extra-low Dispersion) and two aspherical lens elements correct aberrations without increasing lens dimensions. The circular aperture diaphragm enables beautiful defocusing – one of the big advantages of this lens. Excellent mobility is assured by a weight of less than 190 grams
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1999 Yamaha YZF 600 Rear Final Drive Gear Assembly

1999 Yamaha YZF 600 Rear Final Drive Gear Assembly

The Rear Gear Assembly connects the Drive Shaft to the Rear Wheel Hub to drive the Rear Wheel. This part is sometimes called a Rear Chunk or Pumpkin. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Rear Gear Assembly will be clean and in good condition. It will operate smoothly and correctly. All used Rear Gear Assemblies are thoroughly tested before being placed into inventory. Due to the location of this component on the bike, cosmetic blemishes are considered normal wear. Slip-fit drive shafts are not included with a used Rear Gear Assembly.

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73-87 BUICK REGAL COUPE MIRROR GLASS RH (PASSENGER SIDE), (5-3/8 x 3-1/8, 5-3/8 Dg.), Flat, Large Sport Model, Grand National (1973 73 1974 74 1975 75 1976 76 1977 77 1978 78 1979 79 1980 80 1981 81 1

73-87 BUICK REGAL COUPE MIRROR GLASS RH (PASSENGER SIDE), (5-3/8 x 3-1/8, 5-3/8 Dg.), Flat, Large Sport Model, Grand National
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The Future of Photography

The Photography world is a prime example of technology’s ability to advance itself exponentially year after year. The very first image ever produced was in 1826, soon after people were standing still for long exposure photographs being taken by big cameras with bellows under black clothes.When I started my pursuit in photography, in 2000, digital existed, but nobody liked it. Film still had digital on quality, therefore I learned my craft on a film camera, I’d develop my own film and print my own photographs in a lab. Fast forward 12 years and we’re existing the era of point and shoot camera, digital cameras and we’re taking all the photos we need on our phones. My phone has more megapixels than my first digital camera did 7 years ago that I paid over about $1,000 for.

Where is photography going? Good question. As a professional photographer I’ve often found myself wondering if my job would become obsolete in the future. If photographs will start to come from video clips, they’ll just freeze a frame and it will be so high quality that there won’t be a need to separate the genres any longer. This is certainly a likely possibility.A recent announcement from Adobe, “undo photo blur” will be a huge game changer. We will soon have the ability to take an image that is out of focus, and turn it into a sharp, usable image. The digital advances have already blurred the line between consumer, prosumer and professional. The photography world is now filled with novices who buy DSLR cameras with kit lenses and advertise on Craigslist selling images burned onto CD. This has cut into the profits of actual trained, or self taught professionals who spend years perfecting their skills and selling their product for industry standards, and now with the advances in post processing, images may not even have to be in focus to be usable.I’m sure photographers who have 20 years on me had similar fears and thoughts when the first wave of digital cameras came onto the scene. It’s only normal to fear that your career choice will somehow be rendered useless in the decades to come. While more people than ever have access to nearly professional grade equipment, it’s what they do or don’t do with them that counts. The professional look of studio lighting will always have it’s place in portraiture, advertising and commercial genres. The internet alone is a mecca of modern day imagery, so while photos can literally come from anywhere now, a phone, a computer, a keychain, more photos are being seen on a global basis than ever before. The future of photography will be interesting to watch unfold in the years to come.

Alavert 24-Hour Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief (60-Count Fresh Mint Flavor Orally Disintegrating Tablets)

Get fast-acting relief from even the strongest seasonal allergies. Alavert tablets dissolve on your tongue to deliver 24 hours relief to your system. Non-drowsy formula provides an effective ingredient for itchy & watery eyes, sneezing, runny nose, and itchy nose and throat symptoms. Alavert tablets are convenient, easy to use dissolving tablet. The medicine is approved for seasonal allergy sufferers as young as six years old.
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2005 Suzuki VS 1400 GLP Intruder – S83 Fuel Pump

2005 Suzuki VS 1400 GLP Intruder – S83 Fuel Pump

The Fuel Pump can either be mounted inside the Tank or externally mounted, depending on the bike. The Fuel Pump delivers fuel from the Tank to the Carburetor or Fuel Injection System. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Fuel Pump will be fully functional and undamaged. Plugs and connections will be clean and undamaged.

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Golf Equipment – Putters

Almost all professionals use a putter with a flat fronted grip. It encourages the correct hold: thumbs to the front and hands to the side. The rules say that there must be at least 10 degrees between the putter shaft and the vertical. This is to stop players from using a croquet type action, facing the hole.Theoretically, the more upright your putter sits, the easier it is to swing back and through on a straight line with a hinge action. If you have a putter that sits flat, you will tend to swing it around in a curve. So upright is generally easiest.Always check the sweet spot on the putter. That is the hitting area on the clubface that will give you a reliable strike. To see just how good it is, hold the putter up loosely from the top of the shaft with your left hand and start tapping along the face from the toe with a coin or fingernail.Tap at the toe, and you will feel it twist. Gradually work toward the middle of the face, and you will feel it wanting to swing back and through with no twist. Tap again toward the heel, and you will feel it twist once more. The bigger the area with no twist, the easier the putter is to use.Mark the centre of the sweet spot and aim to hit the ball from this. Marks put on by the manufacturers do not always correspond with the sweet spot. Check this before buying one.Putters basically fall into four designs the blade, the mallet. the centre shaft and the heel to toe weighted putt. The last two are likely to have the largest sweet spots. By comparison with these, the old-fashioned blade putter can be difficult to use.The length of putters varies from about 32 inches to 36 inches. If your putter is too long, the temptation is to hold it at the top of the shaft and over bend the wrists. Good putting requires the left wrist to ride high. The correct length of shaft will encourage this.Putters vary slightly in loft from 3 degrees to about 7 degrees. Those with very little loft are ideal for tournament greens. Those with more loft can be useful on bad greens and for players who press their hands forward at address. A light putter can be very difficult to control, while a heavy putter tends to encourage a smooth swing.