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In case anyone was wondering about the New Pacemaker set in the Lionel catalog, I saw it at York (the engine) and it was stunning.  If you are on the fence, no need to be.  This engine pulling a whole bunch of pacemaker boxcars is going to be awesome!

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Dave,

It's not odd at all.  Unfortunately it's because of the way digital cameras work, whether they're in your phone or in the form of an old fashioned point-and-shoot.  Exposure settings can also be different, even between the same brands of camera/phone, and as such affect color as well.  They shouldn't but they do.

Color can be very different between the various brands of digital cameras, and their settings.  It was less so with film but we've since outgrown that, sometimes to our disadvantage.

Mike

Dave,

It's not odd at all.  Unfortunately it's because of the way digital cameras work, whether they're in your phone or in the form of an old fashioned point-and-shoot.  Exposure settings can also be different, even between the same brands of camera/phone, and as such affect color as well.  They shouldn't but they do.

Color can be very different between the various brands of digital cameras, and their settings.  It was less so with film but we've since outgrown that, sometimes to our disadvantage.

Mike

Well, one thing is certain, the smoke box on the 3001 is white silver when it should be graphite(at least that is what color it looks like in the catalog art). Thanks for the info though Mike.

Interesting, I just posted just over there about the catalog art in comparison to this and the 3001 2-10-10-2 Santa Fe. What I do find incredible interesting is that my picture the red doesn't look as dark as Sean's picture of it. Odd.

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Not sure, but I found the red, kind of the perfect NYC Pacemaker shade.  If the production models look like this one I will be thrilled!  Don't care it is a fantasy train.  Pulling all those boxcars, it is going to look fantastic!

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