1. Need High ISO, Super Large Aperture.
2. CANNOT USE Flash. Animals has their rights.
3. Need tripod
4. Need Night Vision Goggles to find animals...
5. Performance time... best shooting time...
6. Super hard to Change Lens!!!!!
7. Will loose your friends.
8. Super Slow movement
9. Super Challenging...
Anyone with 50D? 5DMK II or D3???
Can't use flash at Night Safari? I didnt know the rules & regulations.
Large aperture thats for sure. Yeah unfortunately my 450D cannot handle low light.
Excuse to buy 5DMII
But i thought visitors will use compact camera and turn on flash on the animals?
Is it really that dark til so hard to change lens?
Last edited by playplay; 14th May 2009 at 04:58 PM.
The last time I went .. My eyes can see the animal.... but... my camera cannot.... Long lens... Dark Barrel.... + I always turn of AF Assist.
Flash... Singaporeans need 'animal etiquette' lessons.
Anyways... I believe that Taking pictures of animals means nature photography.. means.. preservation. :-}
Last dec when I went there... No moon... about to rain... cloudy night... so... VERY DARK!!!!
Last edited by Andrew Ng; 14th May 2009 at 10:13 PM.
Beginners worries about cost, amaeturs worries about gear, pros worries about light hahaha