Thanks for posting this. Nice and handy, but I think you'd need pretty big hands to do this, and also assumes you're using a fairly light camera without a battery grip. With a large and heavy camera this would pose some issues. Maybe some day I'd try, but at the moment I wouldn't even trust myself to do this right!
Thanks for sharing. I also feel that it will be rather difficult to execute the quick len change if the camera body itself and lens are large and heavy to hold. I wouldn't want to risk dropping the len
Good photography is not so much about what you use as the way that you use it.
thanks man! it was really helpful!
NIce for you to share this. I might not hink of doing this on my cam. the body seems heavy enuf for me. Te risk of dropping both lens and body is high risk.
Not a high risk taker when it comes to this.
you mean people usually take out lens, drop it in pouch, then put on the other lens? 0.o
still got mouth to hold lens cover..
Thanks for sharing. Try doing that with lens hoods on =/
I just tried it with 2 small lenses and it seems quite smooth....
But I can't imagine trying it with heavy lenses....
cool stuff. this type of thing also must teach? hahaha
i'm still waiting for someone to teach me how to change lenses underwater...
hmm.. thanks for sharing.
Its uncommon for me to be that much of a hurry to change lens though.
thanks for sharing. the method is quite interesting. think it is more suitable for lighter lenses & camera body.
don't it works for heavy lens, like 70-200mm f2.8.
i switch my 70-200 f4 and 24-70 f2.8 combat shoot style..like changing magazines.. basically i take out the 2nd lens from pouch n put between right elbow n torso...remove the 1st lens from camera n drop into pouch on left hip..then mount the 2nd lens..
his method is only good for small lenses n bodies, i wun dare to do this with a gripped 30D, hehe
Canon: 5DMkIII, 7D, 2470f2.8L, 50f1.8, 70200f2.8L IS II, 430EX II, 600EX
i rather not try as a moment's butter fingers can potential drop and damage the lenses.
Nice tip... thanks for the share...
I just tried ! very fast ahah ... usually i take out one, put in my canon bag then put the next lens in. Very slow and clumsy. but i recommend we try this method with your camera bag just underneath to 'catch' any slips haha
Quite easy to do with my smaller prime lenses. .
If both lenses are 77mm threaded my palm too small!