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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    Guys... I am back with my new TOY! But I gana arrow by boss do things for tmr so haiz... Cant play with my new toy yet...
    300D ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    300D ?
    Oi canon man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    Oi canon man!
    The review for this cam very tempting mah...

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    Ei...what do you guys look for in a tripod ah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highfive View Post
    Ei...what do you guys look for in a tripod ah?
    number critiria is of course STABILITY.

    follow by weight, ease of operation, cost etc etc lah...

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    Stability very impt
    weight of course if light is good too but not possible to be light and stable

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    number critiria is of course STABILITY.

    follow by weight, ease of operation, cost etc etc lah...
    haha...then straightforward question for you then...what is the best bang for buck tripod in your opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highfive View Post
    haha...then straightforward question for you then...what is the best bang for buck tripod in your opinion?
    bro, there is no one horse for all courses....

    I have seen people spent $1.5K for a tripod ( carbon fiber ), light and stable, because he say that buy one can last for a life-time, no need to think about tripod anymore

    If you like to shoot macro, it is best that you get those tripod that is able to go all the way to GROUND level , and able to mount the camera reversed so that you can shoot top down. Choose something that has an extendable arm so that the cam can be closer to the subject.

    If your camera + lens is very heavy ( about 5 Kg ). And you are shooting birds especially, it is best to get as stable as possible tripod that your bank can afford.

    I have an experience shooting a "Ge Tai" during a seventh month. Due to the crowd, I have to stand on a round chair to shoot, or else I will be shooting on people's heads. But my tripod is not high enough to stand on the ground. I then have to place the tripod on another stool which makes the tripod very unstable...

    It is all about what you are shooting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    bro, there is no one horse for all courses....

    I have seen people spent $1.5K for a tripod ( carbon fiber ), light and stable, because he say that buy one can last for a life-time, no need to think about tripod anymore

    If you like to shoot macro, it is best that you get those tripod that is able to go all the way to GROUND level , and able to mount the camera reversed so that you can shoot top down. Choose something that has an extendable arm so that the cam can be closer to the subject.

    If your camera + lens is very heavy ( about 5 Kg ). And you are shooting birds especially, it is best to get as stable as possible tripod that your bank can afford.

    I have an experience shooting a "Ge Tai" during a seventh month. Due to the crowd, I have to stand on a round chair to shoot, or else I will be shooting on people's heads. But my tripod is not high enough to stand on the ground. I then have to place the tripod on another stool which makes the tripod very unstable...

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    I cant take my eyes off my new TOY so i took it out for some test runs... ISO Performance is Almost perfect at 800 and some noise at 1600. Beginning to love this toy... Most prob bring it to shoot cars on sat...

    But now, back to my work... Argh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    I cant take my eyes off my new TOY so i took it out for some test runs... ISO Performance is Almost perfect at 800 and some noise at 1600. Beginning to love this toy... Most prob bring it to shoot cars on sat...

    But now, back to my work... Argh!!!
    Oi.. show some picture leh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    Oi.. show some picture leh...
    No time... I got to amend reports and pass to my boss for review be4 tmr meeting in morning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    bro, there is no one horse for all courses....

    I have seen people spent $1.5K for a tripod ( carbon fiber ), light and stable, because he say that buy one can last for a life-time, no need to think about tripod anymore

    If you like to shoot macro, it is best that you get those tripod that is able to go all the way to GROUND level , and able to mount the camera reversed so that you can shoot top down. Choose something that has an extendable arm so that the cam can be closer to the subject.

    If your camera + lens is very heavy ( about 5 Kg ). And you are shooting birds especially, it is best to get as stable as possible tripod that your bank can afford.

    I have an experience shooting a "Ge Tai" during a seventh month. Due to the crowd, I have to stand on a round chair to shoot, or else I will be shooting on people's heads. But my tripod is not high enough to stand on the ground. I then have to place the tripod on another stool which makes the tripod very unstable...

    It is all about what you are shooting...
    guess I'll start with a standard sturdy one

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    I cant take my eyes off my new TOY so i took it out for some test runs... ISO Performance is Almost perfect at 800 and some noise at 1600. Beginning to love this toy... Most prob bring it to shoot cars on sat...

    But now, back to my work... Argh!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post

    I have an experience shooting a "Ge Tai" during a seventh month. Due to the crowd, I have to stand on a round chair to shoot, or else I will be shooting on people's heads. But my tripod is not high enough to stand on the ground. I then have to place the tripod on another stool which makes the tripod very unstable...

    It is all about what you are shooting...
    next time buy ladder and join ladder gang...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsigg View Post
    next time buy ladder and join ladder gang...
    I have one two step, you want?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsigg View Post
    next time buy ladder and join ladder gang...
    idea is good but I don't want to carrry the ladder and take bus follow by MRT

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    I cant take my eyes off my new TOY so i took it out for some test runs... ISO Performance is Almost perfect at 800 and some noise at 1600. Beginning to love this toy... Most prob bring it to shoot cars on sat...

    But now, back to my work... Argh!!!
    haha ^5 bro

    anyway do u one the high noise reduction? low med high or off at that iso 800

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    I have one two step, you want?
    my office cleaners oso got...can borrow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprintist View Post
    haha ^5 bro

    anyway do u one the high noise reduction? low med high or off at that iso 800
    i off it... at iso 800 i shoot with a blank space behind an object. The space is black and almost noiseless.

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