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    Quote Originally Posted by westwest1
    saw many 18-200 on that day...
    Convenience rules for fireworks I guess......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanly
    The best for me would be Nikon come up with a 18-300mm VR II 2.8 lens.......

    Ok I'm dreaming too much......
    18-300!!! why not a f1.8? :d haha think will cost like $3000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovells19
    hahaha
    win toto, then time to get housing and macro lens and 10.5mm fisheye for it!
    housing? HDB or condo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovells19
    18-300!!! why not a f1.8? :d haha think will cost like $3000?
    $3000...haha...

    nikon 3 trinity lens each around that price already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanly
    The best for me would be Nikon come up with a 18-300mm VR II 2.8 lens.......

    Ok I'm dreaming too much......
    very heavy leh...need wheel on lens liaoz...

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    Quote Originally Posted by westwest1
    very heavy leh...need wheel on lens liaoz...
    Thats why i say dreaming......or unless technology advance until they can make it like the 18-200mm VR.....

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    hehe housing = water proof housing, for underwater photography

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovells19
    heheehe

    just bought a D70s..

    got a few question, what lens do you guys use to shoot the fire works?
    and where would you choose to go shoot them?

    tomolo evening rite? hehehe

    and also!!! what setting would you recommend?
    wah.. u rich man, just to take fireworks u go & get a D70s.
    why dun wait for new Nikon D80 with 10MP
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysterio506
    wah.. u rich man, just to take fireworks u go & get a D70s.
    why dun wait for new Nikon D80 with 10MP
    Skalli he has already reserved a D*0 and collecting it on the 9th Aug!
    Too bad, I now bo lui liao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipin
    Skalli he has already reserved a D*0 and collecting it on the 9th Aug!
    Too bad, I now bo lui liao.
    skalli he reserved the D200 liaoz lor....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipin
    Skalli he has already reserved a D*0 and collecting it on the 9th Aug!
    Too bad, I now bo lui liao.
    You bo lui then who wu lui?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaxh81
    You bo lui then who wu lui?
    But seriously, I now bo lui liao! BBB till I bo lui!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipin
    But seriously, I now bo lui liao! BBB till I bo lui!
    thats why i sell away my 18-200 to pay for sch fee....

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    Quote Originally Posted by westwest1
    thats why i sell away my 18-200 to pay for sch fee....
    Then BBB 17-35 liao

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    Quote Originally Posted by _espn_
    Then BBB 17-35 liao
    The one and only.....if people offer you for a try......better say no if you mentally and physically not prepare You will easily in self destruct mode

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    Yeah thats rite.....Buyrus is happening again..... BBB!!! Who can resist!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna
    The one and only.....if people offer you for a try......better say no if you mentally and physically not prepare You will easily in self destruct mode
    You've been there done that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovells19
    heheehe

    just bought a D70s..

    got a few question, what lens do you guys use to shoot the fire works?
    and where would you choose to go shoot them?

    tomolo evening rite? hehehe

    and also!!! what setting would you recommend?
    Wah Bro, UW got fire works mei ???

    I use a Nikon 24mm 2,8. works great. But suppose the kit 18-70mm more things to play with.
    Sturdy tripod also a must, wind quite strong. Here's one sample

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    Default Re: Fire works

    I will move this thread to Technical Discussion as the technique of taking fireworks is generally the same regardless of camera brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _espn_
    You've been there done that?
    And finally, Snowhite and the 7 dwafts live happily ever after

    I got a almost identical one


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