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azbouldergod


Jul 17, 2002, 6:35 PM
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I am interested in getting in to photography in the climbing world and was interested in what i should start with as a good purchase for photo gear, and any other tips that are recamended for a beginer.

thanks- bry


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You live in AZ, you should get in touch with John Burcham here in Flagstaff. That guy has been everywhere and I'm sure could recommend some photo gear as well as giving you some pointers.


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Hey Brian,
Man, all those times weve gone climbin and you think we need more photo gear? DUDE! All those disposiables work great! Remember when we spent more money on photo gear? We got a crap camera! Note to everyone here: never ever buy a camera from a gas station...there expensive, and they sux. Wallgreens all the way! WHOOT! See you at the crag man, have fun in hawii too!
Matthew~


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