i have tried this method. but it looks like either a miss or hit affair.Originally Posted by Digital Exchange
I can't seem to find it on the internet, and there is no brand on the bag itself. I bought this one about 10 years in London and it has been serving me faithfully ever since.Originally Posted by NMSS_2
Basically, its a rectangle bag about A4 size, with a valve (similar to aquarium air taps) There is a separate pump, much like the lens pump, which you connect to the valve. Once the camera and bag are seated firmly on the support, you start sucking out the air with the pump until a vacuum forms inside the bag, which caused it to become solid and take both the shape of the support as well as the camera.
If anyone can show me how to put a pic on this thread, I would be glad to put the picture up.
upload your picture into the clubsnap gallery,
get the link of your picture and include it into
[img]your link to the picture[/img]
“How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler
Ok. . . lets see if this works. Anyway, for those who are interested in what the bean bag looks like, here are a few pics I just took. Hopefully they turnup. Thks yewkay for you help. Here goes. . .
Somehow the pics didn't turnup so here is the link instead.
Last edited by MDZ2; 19th May 2005 at 08:46 AM.
looks like it doesn't work.
let me help ..basically, you are not posting them correctly
Hey thanks!! how'd you do that??? maybe you can show me a step by step method. What I did was to go the the gallery and right click on the image and then select copy shortcut. Then I get back to the reply thread and click on the insert image button followed by pasting the shortcut on the dialogue box. So where did I go wrong on this?
How about trying:
1) Mirror lock-up (only in certain situations);
2) Use timer so that you can focus on keeping camera steady, not on pushing the button (with its recoil etc)
You could usually find some means to stabilise yourself. E.g. leaning against a wall, tucking in elbows, controlling breathing.
Below's a recent 0.6s handheld shot achieved using what I stated above:
What about if I want to capture a very nice lamp, i just cant use flash, what shutter speed shld i use or should i use without flash. flash wld make it too bright. thx.. need advice
Use a tripod.....Set it to Auto and turn your flash off.
NEWBIES here, 1) Wats the diff with TTL and NON-TTL flash?
any care to tell me the diff with TTL and NON-TTL flash??
Wah, your seat cushion is it? Must be very comfortable once you suck out all the air since it will take the shape of your rearOriginally Posted by NMSS_2