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    John Lawsons 32 Ford warehouse collection

    We were invited to see John Lawsons collection of 1932 Fords wow what a collection. I shot this video with my new camera. I hope its not too shakey. Let me know.
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    What a wonderful collection Anne, thanks for sharing. Lot of money sitting there for sure. Little shaky yes but not a problem. Does your camera have a digital stabilizer feature?
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    yea but I am the one that's unstable.Lol It was shot with a Nikon D5000 digital Camera it does small videos also.

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    Anne, Jeff came up with the fix for the shaking- get a monopod for your little camera. No need to extend it, just the weight of it stabilizes it quite well. Under 20 bucks on eBay.
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    Anne

    I'd say darn good for walking around with a camera. Thanks for posting.

    There's nothing wrong with admiring one of the best designs of the era. 1932 Fords are like the 53/54 C/K's to me. Just a great pure design.

    Bob
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