Rebel Secrets

What happens when rebel equipment falls into the hands of The Dark Side.

 

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  • Kiks Balayon 6y

    awesome concept.. time to get busy troopers!!
  • hooi_lee 6y

    mean!!!!
  • Fried Toast 6y

    mean!!!!

    If only you knew the POWER of the Dark Side!!
  • Kelvin Lok 6y

    Wait till they start disassembling your Nikons...
  • Wai Fong Fung 6y

    Well, that's one way to make another Death Star! :0) Great work sir!
  • aphexed 6y

    they are really doubling their efforts... on what i dont know, but things are shaking and moving!!
  • hooi_lee 6y

    Do-Chan, I'm neutral ..... : P :P :P not like you, meannnnn Dark and evil!!
  • revlimit 6y

    hilarity. THAT is what happens.
  • Jason Ternus 6y

    Great stuff Toast-man!

    They don't have to disassemble the Nikons, Nikons are already one with the Dark Side:)
  • Philip Scott 6y

    That is excellent. I've redicsovered my Canon P&Ss since I found CHDK to make them shoot RAW and stand on their heads for me. I'm headed out to try the G9 on the new Gigapan Epic gigapansystems.com/
  • Cindi G. 6y

    Wow. I'm not letting any of mine look at your photostream. It might give them ideas.

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    Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)
  • Ryan Wolf 6y

    So excellent!
  • Marina Yusoff 6y

    wow this is just awesome! i love this! hahahaa... i think i wanna let my friends see this.. they'd be horrified!
  • Mortaric 6y

    The only thing more dangerous than 1 curious stormie is 12 curious stormies.
  • Soupy B. 6y

    OMG!!! not the canon!!!! :***(
  • twk333 6y

    too cool ...
  • Stéfan 6y

    Great one!
    I love all the details here.
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Taken on January 29, 2009
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