Important: please keep your image under 700 pixels on the longest side for in-line viewing, and please keep the FILE SIZE UNDER 300kb. Note that this includes photos hosted off-site (at Flickr, Photobucket, your own site, etc). Are you new to this thread? The general guidelines for these Wednesday threads are right here:http://www.photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00W7km. Our forum moderators are still allowing up to three images per week, so show 'em if you got 'em!Hello Nikon people, and a good Wednesday to everyone. For the 50 million or so of you that were in the path of Hurricane Sandy, I hope this finds you well, and with all your gear above water. A busy few days meant no prep time for a traditional product shoot on this just-finished jewelry - but it had to get recorded on the way out the door. So, two speedlights bounced off the ceiling, and I got what I got. But for something different and more timely (but still very Nikon), I thought I'd see about using the little D3200's native video capability to shoot some quick scenes of the weather as Sandy wandered past the DC area. So for a minute or so of some rain and swaying trees, followed by a post-sunset tropical blow, here's a link to a D3200 sequence (on YouTube - you can bump up to 1080HD if you want) showing how easy we had it compared to the folks up the shore and into New England. Good luck, flooded-out Northeastern Photo-Netters (even you Canon people!).