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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    frankly if you are using tripod for basic shooting you may not need top end.

    i am using a semi broken one. hee . not to heavy gear on board though .
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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MaCoy View Post
    How to distinguish the ability of the tripod, Thanks
    Just read the specs, I would be surprised if they are not online.
    In addition, here the sticky thread of equipment section: http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/other...ipod-head.html
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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    Wow, this is fantastic, never expected it to be such details,
    Thank you! For spending your time to enlighten us….
    Last edited by MaCoy; 22nd December 2012 at 09:25 AM.

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    what to take note before buying a dry cabinet. pls advise ,Thanks...
    Last edited by MaCoy; 22nd December 2012 at 10:52 AM.
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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MaCoy View Post
    what to take note before buying a dry cabinet. pls advise ,Thanks...

    here you go....
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/newbi...uy-drybox.html


    and just in case...


    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/newbi...e-filters.html


    and some more....

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/newbi...s-newbies.html
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    Hi MaCoy take time to read around here.Most of ur questions are answered before.

    Do a search first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaCoy View Post
    what to take note before buying a dry cabinet. pls advise ,Thanks...
    Have you noticed the dry cabnet sticky thread just next to the tripod thread? Please, spend some time browsing here, help yourself instead waiting for others. It's faster.
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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    30L should suffice, but ultimately, we don't know how long it is going to last you as you are more familiar than us with your own plans and ambitions. But for me, sticking with a 30L is good because that limits me in my purchases.

    As for tripod, it really depends on what you want and can carry. For some, aluminium can kill, but for me I've not yet found it a necessity to get a carbon fibre tripod. You need to ponder about the situation when u bring tripod, are u going to walk a lot (eg. travelling), do you want to keep inside your bag, or are you going to get a heavy set up soon?
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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    Have you noticed the dry cabnet sticky thread just next to the tripod thread? Please, spend some time browsing here, help yourself instead waiting for others. It's faster.
    Actually on a side note, how many people actually read a manual before asking other PG questions about their camera? Peer experience still ranks as one of the best sources of information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikiway View Post
    Actually on a side note, how many people actually read a manual before asking other PG questions about their camera? Peer experience still ranks as one of the best sources of information.
    I know, I also have 2 friends in office asking me similar questions. Unfortunately, peer experience also the best source for misinformation and passing on wrong conclusions. That is the reason why we have those sticky threads: it's peer experience with review. Even for my friends I pass them the links for reading. It is essential to make own experiences instead of just copying somebody else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    I know, I also have 2 friends in office asking me similar questions. Unfortunately, peer experience also the best source for misinformation and passing on wrong conclusions. That is the reason why we have those sticky threads: it's peer experience with review. Even for my friends I pass them the links for reading. It is essential to make own experiences instead of just copying somebody else.
    Spot on! How many times have we heard ppl ask "my friends say nikon lenses sharper than canon" etc

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    Default Re: What should Newbies need to start with!!!!

    Thank you all for your comment, I think one should go for own budget first.
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