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Thread: Canon EOS 450D Club -TCSS Lim Kopi Session: Season 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhui View Post
    wah.. sounds exciting! will try if can take any decent stars/moon shots

    actually i have the benro A500EX tripod... but but i find it too heavy leh... hmm. should i get something lighter but i'll go cheaper.. budget don't allow expensive tripod for me now. sian..
    Woot. A500EX.

    I looking at A300EX. Then you buy another one, your Benro how?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Woot. A500EX.

    I looking at A300EX. Then you buy another one, your Benro how?
    sell lor and when ppl ask why i selling, will say, downgrading lor. haiyah. but the A500EX is a very very very stable tripod.. tho heavy..
    Licence to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhui View Post
    sell lor and when ppl ask why i selling, will say, downgrading lor. haiyah. but the A500EX is a very very very stable tripod.. tho heavy..
    Of course. Haha!

    Just check.. 1.37kg! Hmm, it's heavy to you I think. No budget. if not I buy from you.

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    oh btw, the A300EX how muchie ah?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Of course. Haha!

    Just check.. 1.37kg! Hmm, it's heavy to you I think. No budget. if not I buy from you.
    on the benro site, its 1.45kg!!
    Licence to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhui View Post
    oh btw, the A300EX how muchie ah?
    $140 to $150 depending on which shop.

    MS sells at $140
    OP sells at $148

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    $140 to $150 depending on which shop.

    MS sells at $140
    OP sells at $148
    ah.. ic.. noted that the A300EX is 1.13kg.. max weight can hold 4kg, max ht 1395mm.. hmm slightly shorter then e A500EX at 1470mm........ hai. decisions decisions again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xhui View Post
    ah.. ic.. noted that the A300EX is 1.13kg.. max weight can hold 4kg, max ht 1395mm.. hmm slightly shorter then e A500EX at 1470mm........ hai. decisions decisions again!
    Haha!

    Slowly make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhui View Post
    sell lor and when ppl ask why i selling, will say, downgrading lor. haiyah. but the A500EX is a very very very stable tripod.. tho heavy..
    Compare it to manfrotto.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Compare it to manfrotto.


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    orh no need. i've tried the manfrotto's, turned off. weight. yesh, the stability is superb, but what's the use if i'm not going use it? so, i think i've finally understood where lies the problem with me not bringing/dread of bringing my tripod out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhui View Post
    orh no need. i've tried the manfrotto's, turned off. weight. yesh, the stability is superb, but what's the use if i'm not going use it? so, i think i've finally understood where lies the problem with me not bringing/dread of bringing my tripod out.

    I brought mine, but didn't use. Haha. Waiting for an L lens. Hehehe.


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    wow back to bbb? or we nvr drifted far from that b4?

    sorri to interrupt, need to chk if any1 noes where to get good, or rather good enuff quality images for web use? boss wans to save cost n ask me search around for usable image of cars. any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rphotography View Post
    wow back to bbb? or we nvr drifted far from that b4?

    sorri to interrupt, need to chk if any1 noes where to get good, or rather good enuff quality images for web use? boss wans to save cost n ask me search around for usable image of cars. any ideas?
    You may want to try to buy from iStock. Alternatively, you may want to shoot yourself and sell it to your boss
    Last edited by Joshua0718; 29th May 2009 at 05:20 PM.
    I am stuck in an expensive hobby, but yet not willing to save myself

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    Just came home today, and i found a box in my room. My domke F-3X just arrived today, quick shipping direct from Bnh. I ripped opened the box, took off the wrapping.

    It really is solid..

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    Just came home today, and i found a box in my room. My domke F-3X just arrived today, quick shipping direct from Bnh. I ripped opened the box, took off the wrapping.

    It really is solid..
    woah.. .i remember u just placed order few days ago! so fast and efficient!
    post a photo ley...

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    i will post snapshots of it later.

    cause i finally sold the last of my strobes today... so im naked. haha

    For those interested to order i from bnh. i give

    price wise. qouted from cp.

    Domke F-3X @S$238.00
    Domke Backpack strap @S$44.00
    Total = $282

    i got them at a total of 185.04 USD = 267.421 SGD (+ delivery)

    save abit of money.
    Last edited by eleveninth; 29th May 2009 at 10:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua0718 View Post
    You may want to try to buy from iStock. Alternatively, you may want to shoot yourself and sell it to your boss
    haha...good idea. at most i give 10% discount of wat istock offer haha.
    prob is, i dont think car dealers will let me shoot also..

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    i will post snapshots of it later.

    cause i finally sold the last of my strobes today... so im naked. haha
    huh? u sold everything??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rphotography View Post
    huh? u sold everything??
    ya i sold my chapalang set up. Upgrading my setup in july along with a tele.

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    Default Re: Canon EOS 450D Club -TCSS Lim Kopi Session: Season 8

    hey guy can i ask why is it that some time when i wanna shoot using the 55-250. the cam just keep zooming in and out but not shooting at all?
    is it because the object i'm trying to shoot is too close or the lighting is not there?
    i'm new to photography but willing to learn.

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