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    Re: Walmart studio lighting

    All Pringles are exactly the same. That's because they isolated potato chip DNA and cloned science's idea of the perfect potato chip.
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    Re: Walmart studio lighting

    From genetically engineered identical cloned potatoes.
    Real cameras are measured in inches...
    Not pixels.

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    Re: Walmart studio lighting

    Odd. I would have guessed mass-produced styrofoam.

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    Re: Walmart studio lighting

    Pringles are digital potato chips...
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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    Re: Walmart studio lighting

    They use CNC machines to size them all the same. Nice way to recycle scraps of fomecore board.

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    I thought they were all 3D printed...
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    Re: Walmart studio lighting

    I figured out that their bent shape was simply due to the long-term effects of gravity. Most of the Pringles cans sold at WalMart have expiration dates in cuneiform, so it's hard to exactly date them, except that it was at least four thousand years prior to the invention of 3d printers. Reminds me of the meat
    counter at Safeway.

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