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Operation Spongebob Edition
SpongeBob's trapped in Plankton's lab, with 12 ailments designed to make him blab! Can you help your Bikini Bottom buddy keep the Krabby Patty recipe a secret' Perform delicate undersea surgery on his Barnacle Brain, Clammy Hands and Patty Pleasure Center without setting off the buzzer. The surgeon with the steadiest hands earns top pay and saves the day. Includes gameboard with SpongeBob SquarePants "patient" and tweezers, 24 cards, 12 plastic Funatomy parts, play money and rules. Requires 2 "AA" batteries, not included.89% (9)
Pentax MZ-S front
Pentax MZS Features: * A dramatically slanted top panel that not only makes camera operation more accessible, but also provides a quick, effortless confirmation of the LCD panel and other settings. * Large, analog dial controls with electronic precision make for easy adjustments with quick visual verification on the LCD panel. Just one dial allows adjustment of shutter speeds, autofocus points, ISO settings and custom PENTAX functions; another large dial control allows adjustment of exposure compensation, auto bracketing settings, and other control functions with one touch. * Hyper Operation control allows instant mode-changing from Programmed Auto Exposure to Shutter-Preferred Auto Exposure, or from Aperture-Preferred Auto Exposure to Metered Manual Exposure modes, with just one turn of the main control dial. * SAFOX VII autofocus system featuring an extra-wide AF frame with six autofocus points: five points aligned horizontally, and an additional point above the middle point. In the auto AF mode, the camera automatically selects the optimum point to capture the subject in sharp focus, even when it is far away from the center of the image field. In the Spot AF mode, the user can select one of the six points manually to best suit his/her subject and/or application. It even offers the predictive AF function when the focus mode is set to Servo. * A top shutter speed of 1/6000 second to meet specialized applications. * Three metering modes provide exact exposure control: multi-pattern metering, center- weighted metering, and spot metering. * Body components are made from a lightweight, extra-strong die-cast magnesium alloy for rugged use and high performance. * On-the-film data recording allows the user to record valuable photographic data directly onto film for future reference. The film roll number, ISO film speed and data-imprinting brightness are recorded on the film’s leader portion, while the exposure mode, metering mode, shutter speed, aperture value, exposure compensation value, use of the auto bracketing function, and use of the multiple exposure function are indicated in the space between the picture frame and the perforation. * 17 different PENTAX Functions (PF) to customize its operation to suit individual preferences. * A built-in PC connection enables use with a studio flash. * The KAF2 lens mount accepts the large assortment of PENTAX lenses. * Lens changes in low light conditions is made easy with an illuminated lens mount index. * Positioned inside the select dial, the large LCD panel presents a host of valuable operational data to the photographer at a glance. It even comes equipped with an EL (Electro-Luminescence) illuminator to make data reading easier in the dark. * Six-segment metering system responds to any lighting condition with perfect exposures. * The exposure mode button allows quick and easy switching from shutter priority to full program or from manual to aperture priority. * Using the electronic preview lever located by the shutter release button, the user can check the depth of field using just the index finger, without having to take his/her eye off from the viewfinder. Exclusive accessories for the MZ-S: * BG-10 Battery Grip with four AA-sized batteries dramatically increases the film count before changing batteries, plus adds a vertical release to the camera. * CS-105 (1.7 ft.) and CS-130 (10 ft.) Cable Switches offer a large shutter release button and single-action installation and removal. * TS-110 (3.3 ft.) Release Timer Switch acts as a standard cable switch and has a built-in timer to perform interval shooting, extended-time bulb exposures, and designated time shooting.Cameras which have shaped my photographic life
These are some of the cameras which I have used and shape my collection of images. Each has played its part and will be detailed in further postings. There have been other wish I shall describe here and give examples of their results and which set of mine the image can be found. Please feel free to look at my sets, all comments would be appreciated. 1. I used a box camera from 1950 until early August 1955. This in fact is not my camera, which went to camera heaven many years ago, but one I purchaeds recently for the princely sum of ?1 2 In August 1955 I purchsaed a used Purma Plus, whiwas used untli 1958 and for some unknown reason in July 1961. This was a unique camera, fixed focus, fixed aperature, 3 speeds. Again this is not the original, but could be since mine was very battered. Puchased recenly for ?10 3 Montanus Ultraflex Twins Lens Reflex, bought used August 1961 and in use for black and white until 1970. This is 5. Reflexa sinle lens reflex. No longer Relexathe original 4 Carl Zeiss Werra. I borrowed one of these for three weeks in April 1962 when the owner was overseas. Rangerfinder camera with the shutter windin being a ring round the lens. My first experience of 35mm and colour. Reflexa silgle lens reflex, no longer with uus. A Dixon's special using a Mamiya body coupled with a canons. The shutter was a disaster, two cloths blades running across the film plane which never in sync. A shame really some the 1.9 Canon lens was very good. Used with difficuly up until October 1968 when the body was consigned camera hell and the Canon lens retained. 6 Miranda D SLR. Lent to me by Dixons in April 1963 whilst the reflexa was being repaired. 7 Exa 500. Having got fedup with Reflexa I bought a new Exa 500 body in October 1968. The lenses from the Relexa were Exata fitting so were swapped over. The Exa contiued to be used until 1983, although in may cases as a supplement to my Rollei XF35. This is the original camera and lenses. 8 Unknown rangefinder camera borrowed from my fahter. Used for overseas trips where it was not practical istake the Exa. In use mainly in 1978/79 9 Rollei XF35 bought in 1980 when I was on a six weeks assignment in New York. Used intially for otherseas trips and later to supplement to Nikon EMs. Probably last used on mid 1980s. This is the original camera 10. In 1983 the first of two Nikon EMs was bought. These served me weill up until the late 1990s. Their achillees heel was the rewind and speed setting mechanisims. The forst one went for scrap, the second PXed against the Nikon F-500. The lens were carr=ied forward to the F-500. 11 Nikon F-500. A real Nikon bought in the latee 1990s to replace the second of the EMs. Continued to be used until went digital in 2003. Has recently b een resurrected to take black and white 12 .Olymous C720US. My first digital camera purchased in March 2003 and used until 2005. Given away eventually 13 Dimage Z35. Bought in 2005 to replace the C720 whe I wanted a longer focus lens. It had an design problem where an internal screw came loose affecting the wider angle facility - it just got wider and wider with resulting blacking out of the images edges. Given to my four year older granddaughter this year to develop her skills. 14 Fuji Finepix S6500fd. Bought on 2007 this is my current camera. Is similar to operation as a SLR but fixed zoom lens.
Its time for you to put on your scrubs and play doctor! Nurse Stewie will assist as you operate on Peter's "Bulging Rippliness","Clammy Hands" and "Gas Factory". Watch out for Peter's farts, zany yells and loud screams as you operate to remove his "Giant Chicken Pox" and "Plunger Pecs". This game is freakin' sweet! Includes 12 custome Family Guy "Funatomy" Parts!Similar posts:
Get ready to tickle your funny bone, chowder head, and clammy hands with Family Guy™ Operation. This updated version of the classic game requires dexterity, concentration, and a cool head as you remove Peter Griffin's many ailments. Players ages six and up can try their luck at extracting Funatomy parts to collect doctors' fees. But be careful--you'll get an earful from your patient if you don't operate with surgical precision.
At a Glance:
Age: 6 years and up
Requirements: 2 AA batteries (not included)
Steady Your Hands for Some Silly Surgery
Get ready to scrub up and play doctor with Family Guy Operation. Fans of both the classic game and the television series will eagerly roll up their sleeves to get a crack at Peter Griffin and his many miseries.
You'll love earning big bucks as you try to remove Peter's "gas factory" or "wish-I-had-no-bones" band. Players ages six and up can test their surgical skills as they maneuver each little piece from its place in Peter's body without grazing the edges.
But be careful--Peter won't hesitate to let out a loud shriek or a fart at the slightest touch!
A "Freakin' Sweet" and Funny Game
Along with Peter's "bulging rippliness," this version of Operation features other unusual ailments, such as the "30-burger stroke," "blinded by nickels," "giant chicken pox," and "bionic eye."
You can't help but chuckle at Peter's worried expression and tightie whities, a look any fan will immediately recognize. His exclamations of "Get it off! Get it off!" or the well-known "Sssssssssss. Aaaahhhhhh!" will have everyone doubling over with laughter.
Colorful and clever, it's Family Guy through and through!
What's in the Box
Game tray, tweezers, 12 Funatomy pieces, 12 Doctor cards, 12 Specialist cards, play money, and instruction sheet.
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