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HarmonicWave  
#21 Posted : Thursday, November 15, 2012 1:27:50 PM(UTC)
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I wouldn't count on onopod to long exposures at night.
Under those conditions I'd prefer a good compact (like the S100) to Gorilla-pod lots more stable.

Certainly there are onopod and canes are combined
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#22 Posted : Friday, November 16, 2012 2:49:09 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = HarmonicWave] I wouldn't trust onopod for long exposures at night.
Under those conditions I'd prefer a good compact (like the S100) to Gorilla-pod lots more stable.

It's possible if you have the option to turn on the camera the remote.

Unless you're right ה'קליק and the camera will make the slightest harm image quality.

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#23 Posted : Friday, November 16, 2012 2:55:33 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = GibsonLP] first 5 kg is also excessive use with big SLR

Read what I wrote.

Most photographers that use more than one lens SLR each dedicated her usage.

If you go on a trek with a lens definitely gets a weight of 5 pounds.

He later wrote that just because of this compromise and slammed with one lens is the lens ' wide range ' but such lenses eliminate much of the advantage to be on advanced compact SLR camera like canon s100 (their abilities are not capabilities of old cameras five years ago) some progress photo mention what went with computers a decade ago when 6-3 months came a new generation that was huge progress for the previous generation.

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#24 Posted : Friday, November 16, 2012 2:55:56 PM(UTC)
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You can do a long exposure on a timer, and then click not.

This forum long trails?

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a.lidor  
#25 Posted : Friday, November 16, 2012 3:52:53 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yankale17]

You can do a long exposure on a timer, and then click not.


This forum long trails?



Forum "(rolling in) long trails". And should it not say thanks to debate whose better Canon or Nikon (Nikon better known that ... )

Responses have evolved far beyond what I thought, I'm not going to start giving oral answer colon-ultimately, in faith to live.

Wow, I never thought this heated discussion here may grow, but I think the main point got lost.

Some people want to take treks SLR, period. Maybe it's silly, maybe it is, maybe it's masochism-so what?
In total we wanted to exchange ideas about carrying the camera in ...
Thanks to all who described how he does or he heard them and of course if anyone has anything to add on this subject.

Shabbat Shalom everyone and go! Oh, sorry-explore!
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#26 Posted : Friday, November 16, 2012 4:02:56 PM(UTC)
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To explore and photograph.

Or NIKON or CANON who clearly better. No need to write it, even for amateurs that travelers.

Shabbat Shalom.

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GibsonLP  
#27 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2012 5:03:45 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = iobelsh]

[QUOTE = GibsonLP] first 5 kg is also excessive use with big SLR


Read what I wrote.


Most photographers that use more than one lens SLR each dedicated her usage.


If you go on a trek with a lens definitely gets a weight of 5 pounds.


He later wrote that just because of this compromise and slammed with one lens is the lens ' wide range ' but such lenses eliminate much of the advantage to be on advanced compact SLR camera like canon s100 (their abilities are not capabilities of old cameras five years ago) some progress photo mention what went with computers a decade ago when 6-3 months came a new generation that was huge progress for the previous generation.


 


Sorry. I still don't understand how you reach 5 kg without carry T?l?.
Standard set (50 mm f/1.4, 85 mm f/1.8, fiseye 15mm) weighs 1.04 kg, my body (5 d MkII) weighs 810 grams. Add battery + spare, small memory cards, photography, photography tutorials, filters etc and you scratch three kg. Even if I carry also the 100-400 (which doesn't happen in walking, ever) I 2.7 kg.

About the photo quality issue I brought here-photography with SLR zoom at self has a wide range and decent quality (for example-my 24-105s) will still be good at orders of magnitude than any compact camera that will dump her.

Nevertheless, and in spite of everything-photography equipment back home and I'm not sorry about it. I began to have more fun than walking when I finished looking through the viewfinder.

Our next trip will compact. GibsonLP 41236.5864467593
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#28 Posted : Tuesday, November 27, 2012 5:35:32 AM(UTC)
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My 2 cents
Precisely because of the weight and size, I decided to purchase a SONY NEX with 2 lenses.

Obviously not FF, unlike Canon L lenses, but the large sensor (1.5 Krupp) and you can change lenses.
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