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    Default Sony F707 & Accessories

    Posting this so anyone who wants to know what accessories to buy can refer to this.





    Next step, I'll prioritise what are the important things to buy
    Last edited by willyfoo; 24th January 2002 at 03:35 AM.

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    Willy,

    Wow! Really envious that you've got an impressive collection of accessories.

    BTW, where did you buy the RM-DR1 remote control?


    I noticed that you did not have the Wide angle lens adapter.
    You don't need it?


    Cheers!!!

    Tony

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    So thats what u have been carrying around!!! Very impressive set of accessories!! makes me drip saliva...

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    There are some missing items ..

    - tripod
    - your tool box
    - zoo and jbp membership cards

    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    Toolbox?

    Inside put what?
    Hammer, hand drill........

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    Originally posted by Tony K
    Toolbox?

    Inside put what?
    Hammer, hand drill........
    hehehehe...if i can recall the size of that toolbox correctly, I'm not surprise to find those inside

    joking okie

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    Originally posted by Tony K
    Willy,

    Wow! Really envious that you've got an impressive collection of accessories.

    BTW, where did you buy the RM-DR1 remote control?


    I noticed that you did not have the Wide angle lens adapter.
    You don't need it?


    Cheers!!!

    Tony
    Remote Control was bought in Sim Lim Square... a friend of mine just bought it yesterday in South Asia Computers in Funan, CP no stock.

    The Wide Angle Adapter may come in useful at times (like the wedding shoot i'm gonna take on Tues).. but the infrequency I'm using it doesn't justify for the cost (If you notice, my favourite shots are animals & birds). I would love to take the Suntec Fountain with a wide angle, currently I simply can't get the whole fountain in.

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    There are some missing items ..

    - tripod
    - your tool box
    - zoo and jbp membership cards

    Good idea... I shall go and take a pix of my full shooting gear including tripod, toolbox & vest....

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    Hmm.. actually he usually goes around with his pouch [as shown], his notebook bag [to download photos] and also the precious toolbox [ for resting, standing to take shots, temporary table for the notebook, mini table for drinks and most importantly a waterproof case to keep all the equiptments if it raining] .. ;P and finally his monfrotto tripod...

    hmm... actually he's recently discovered another alternative, that is to wear his vest, and to our surprise, it can carry a reflector and notebook at the back pocket of the vest.. hmm.. talking about his full gear, think thats about all...

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    Wah!

    "Commando" photographer ?!?!


    Does he have a motor generator & petrol on standby, just in case he kena lost in the Mandai jungle for a few days & no electricity to charge his batteries.

    Are all our moderators so FULLY equipment for their shooting exercise?



    P.S. : All animals & birds watch out! Willy & Gang will be back.

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    Originally posted by Tony K
    Wah!

    "Commando" photographer ?!?!


    Does he have a motor generator & petrol on standby, just in case he kena lost in the Mandai jungle for a few days & no electricity to charge his batteries.

    Are all our moderators so FULLY equipment for their shooting exercise?



    P.S. : All animals & birds watch out! Willy & Gang will be back.
    Erm.. I do have a solar charger.. hehe

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    OMG!
    again...

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    There are some missing items ..

    - tripod
    - your tool box
    - zoo and jbp membership cards

    Haha... here's a pix of the tripd & toolbox

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    compared to willy's stuffs, think i onli have 1/5 of that amount

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    Originally posted by willyfoo


    Erm.. I do have a solar charger.. hehe
    hey!! show leh.. show leh... SOLAR CHARGER !!! WOWOWWOW

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    Originally posted by willyfoo


    Haha... here's a pix of the tripd & toolbox
    And your vip cards ?

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    Originally posted by Michael Ang


    hey!! show leh.. show leh... SOLAR CHARGER !!! WOWOWWOW
    Ok... here's the pics of the chargers I bought from http://www.thomas-distributing.com


    "The Mighty MAHA MH-C204F, Mother of All Chargers"
    http://www.thomas-distributing.com/m...f-4aa160dc.htm
    Almost all rechargable battery review sites recommend this.


    BATTERY-SAVER POWERPAK - Runs, Charges, and Travels
    This Solar charger can charge AA batteries and has a 12V car jack as well to use your car accessories... the power output is limited however, only 0.5A (can't power my notebook, but maybe can trickle charge, but haven't tried).

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    Default I recommend you to buy a better blower

    You have so many filters/lens to blow every now and then,
    better go and buy a $12 blower,
    I mean the one with metal tip and made in swiss one, there shouldn't be a second one around.
    Much more powerful (stronger wind) and feels much better in hand.

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    Default Re: I recommend you to buy a better blower

    Originally posted by zhoufang
    You have so many filters/lens to blow every now and then,
    better go and buy a $12 blower,
    I mean the one with metal tip and made in swiss one, there shouldn't be a second one around.
    Much more powerful (stronger wind) and feels much better in hand.
    Good suggestion.... will get it soon..

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    Wow, an impressive collection of accessories.

    Just wondering, are the quality of the Canon closeups much better than the Hoya ones and do you need any step up/down ring for use with the F707 ?

    I own a Hoya +3 and +4 closeups, but it gives a blue aura around the edges when used with the B300 :...(

    Where to find the Canon closeup lens and spirit level and for how much ?

    Thanks !

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