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MAS 04 - late notice: Meeting tonight


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Sorry about the late notice. Been swamped with this 'work' stuff.

Bastards - don't they realise we've got a car show to organise :D

Anyhoo - tonight 8.00pm, Sammi's house again.

Would be good to actually get some action items devised - and apply ownership to them so we can get things done :)

Stuff to cover:

Entry list

T-shirt design

T-shirt manufacture

Flyer design

Flyer printing

Staging items required

AV items required

Promo girls

Fundraising events

Again - sorry for the late notice - hope people can make it.

If you don't know the address - send me PM

J

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Sorry again about the late notice :D

Ash: I can pick you up from/near the city if that helps?

J

Oh... might be the option. Still... anyone out WEST as opposed to city.

I'll call you around 6pm once i know what im doing etc.

ash

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has anyone got a camera? a decent digital? i left mine at home... i knew i should have brought it in today... i want to get a shot or 10 of all the cars

EDIT:: one with adjustable shutter speed.

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has anyone got a camera? a decent digital? i left mine at home... i knew i should have brought it in today... i want to get a shot or 10 of all the cars

EDIT:: one with adjustable shutter speed.

i've got a 4 megapixel 3x optical zoom that i'll bring if that's good enough (don't know about the adjustable shutter though)... :D

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i've got a 4 megapixel 3x optical zoom that i'll bring if that's good enough (don't know about the adjustable shutter though)... :D

I'm guessing nark means for long exposures eg. at night. Most cameras have a Manual (M) mode which does this.

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