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Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II &hellip by Nikon
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have had this lens now for a couple of years and it has had some hard use. Overall it is a fine bit of kit although there is significand vignetting at 200mm. Recently I found the filter and hood mounting ring was loose and thought that a recent small knock might be responsible. I discovered that the front ring is held on by six small screws which are hidden under a thin black fabric self adhesive ring. Three screws had come out but were fortunately stuck to the back of the fabric ring and I assumed their threads had been stripped when the lens was knocked. I did my best to replace them with a pen knfe blade (being away from home) and reinforced the whole job with insulating tape. On… Read more
Netgear Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender by NetGear
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not for me, 30 Jan 2012
We have a long bungalow with a Pc at one end and a laptop at the other. I hoped to boost the signal. All was rigged according to instructions. Then the wizard packed up halfway through and the wifiext.net page was unobtainable to get it back. After 2 hours of fiddling the pc was improved by having the home hub nearby and the extender at midway gave a medium signal to the laptop but slower internet. Later on the link to the laptop packed up. Reverted to previous option with the hub at midpoint in the loft and the signal is adequate and the internet acceptably fast on both computers. Waste of an afternoon.
Dylife: An Industrial and Social History of a Famo&hellip by Michael Brown
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent book, 6 Jan 2012
Michael Brown has produced an excellent guide which is of particular value to anyone exploring the fascinating mining settlement at Dylife for the first time. It is not only an invaluable guide to carry in the field but also contains a wealth of information on the geology, engineering aspects, economy and social background. It is just a pity that so much of the Dylife remains were wrecked by the public authorities before the modern industrial archaeology enlightenment of which this book is part. I would also like to use this review to complement all the enthusiasts and volunteers who have researched and saved so much at the site. A well written book with fine maps, illustrations and… Read more