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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    beo, i hope those are the sea gulls, as other shots on same day have no 'spots' le. yes or no .... i nervous now ... later my nephew want brand new set and there goes one of my dream lens.
    The dust can be cleared away. So i guess shouldn't be a prob.
    When is the last time you tried something for the first time?
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    perhaps u still rem u gonna buy me a L lens?
    dont worry bro ... this old man known for breaking his promises he he he
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    sorry to budge in
    when using tripod we have to use timer release or cable release huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinsg View Post
    sorry to budge in
    when using tripod we have to use timer release or cable release huh?
    Depends, i use timer.. No money buy shutter release.
    When is the last time you tried something for the first time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinsg View Post
    sorry to budge in
    when using tripod we have to use timer release or cable release huh?
    Technically yes.

    If lens got IS, off it also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Technically yes.

    If lens got IS, off it also.
    Been wondering.... Why off IS?
    When is the last time you tried something for the first time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinsg View Post
    sorry to budge in
    when using tripod we have to use timer release or cable release huh?
    both work ok, i think, wait for sifu to answer better ... i always wrong one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Technically yes.

    If lens got IS, off it also.
    hmm IS will affect also ah
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    both work ok, i think, wait for sifu to answer better ... i always wrong one.
    btw nice shots
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    Default Re: Club 1000D- TCSS part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinsg View Post
    hmm IS will affect also ah
    IS is to reduce handshakes. Since it's on tripod already, it confused the lens so the picture may turn out not good.

    More answers here... http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=99362
    Last edited by RyanG; 6th June 2009 at 11:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinsg View Post
    sorry to budge in
    when using tripod we have to use timer release or cable release huh?
    just use the self-timer function on your 1000d. since my tripod is kinda terrible, i normally set it to 6 seconds for the vibration to stop when shooting at 300mm.

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    Default Re: Club 1000D- TCSS part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by just2ofus View Post
    Depends, i use timer.. No money buy shutter release.
    buy 2 hand lor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGozt View Post
    just use the self-timer function on your 1000d. since my tripod is kinda terrible, i normally set it to 6 seconds for the vibration to stop when shooting at 300mm.
    There's no way to set 6 secs before shutter opens unless you set to bulb mode and control the shutter using a black card.

    So if ur shutter opens at the 1st second, then vibration kicks in at the 3rd and 4th, stops at 5th and shutter closes at 6th. It will still be recorded.
    Last edited by RyanG; 7th June 2009 at 12:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    6 secs before the shutter opens or 6 secs exposure?
    haha 6 seconds before the shutter opens =p

    whenever i touch the lens to adjust manual focus it'll vibrate like crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    There's no way to set 6 secs before shutter opens.

    So if ur shutter opens at the 1st second, then vibration kicks in at the 3rd and 4th, stops at 5th and shutter closes at 6th. It will still be recorded.
    can't you use the custom timer function on the camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGozt View Post
    can't you use the custom timer function on the camera?
    Can. 2 secs and 10 secs. Got 6 secs?
    Last edited by RyanG; 7th June 2009 at 12:02 AM.

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    wow ryang you're editing your posts right after i reply to every one of them =p

    anyway what i'm trying to say is that i use the custom timer on my camera to set the shutter to open 6 seconds after depressing the shoot button. this is because my tripod is not very stable and shakes every time i touch the lens to adjust the manual focus. hope this clears things

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGozt View Post
    just use the self-timer function on your 1000d. since my tripod is kinda terrible, i normally set it to 6 seconds for the vibration to stop when shooting at 300mm.
    our 1000D got 2sec timer mah.. need to use 6sec ah?

    and one newb question shooting at 300mm meaning 300mm zoom?
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    Default Re: Club 1000D- TCSS part IV

    Quote Originally Posted by LeGozt View Post
    wow ryang you're editing your posts right after i reply to every one of them =p

    anyway what i'm trying to say is that i use the custom timer on my camera to set the shutter to open 6 seconds after depressing the shoot button. this is because my tripod is not very stable and shakes every time i touch the lens to adjust the manual focus. hope this clears things
    Hehe. To edit some info.

    Ya. I was thinking is there a 6 secs countdown timer bcos I only have 2 secs and 10 secs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG View Post
    Can. 2 secs and 10 secs. Got 6 secs?
    yup have! you can select the custom timer and set it to 6 seconds by pressing the up or down arrow.

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