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    ard punggol area, is punggol end the best place to take the sun rise? what time should we be at punggol end? and do we need a tripod for that? i got a lousy tripod from 8 yrs back, sturdy but my cam tips cus its too heavy at the front, can use but cannot let go of the cam..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    lao ban. not lao pang. I know tt I'm quite fat, but I'm not old!!

    anyway, I 500 a mth only you also want to ketok. I sad-ed liao.


    eh, my NS pay was only 3xx last time leh... weekend go home eat grass sia...
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    ard punggol area, is punggol end the best place to take the sun rise? what time should we be at punggol end? and do we need a tripod for that? i got a lousy tripod from 8 yrs back, sturdy but my cam tips cus its too heavy at the front, can use but cannot let go of the cam..
    woah woah.... easy there brudder...
    can ask 1 question at a time or not...?
    Don't need to machine-gun 4 or 5 questions in one post leh...

    If you cannot let go of the camera even though it's mounted on the tripod, I got 5 words for ya...

    LET GO OF THE TRIPOD

    Let's do the Markins dance... oh yeah oh yeah...
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    ard punggol area, is punggol end the best place to take the sun rise? what time should we be at punggol end? and do we need a tripod for that? i got a lousy tripod from 8 yrs back, sturdy but my cam tips cus its too heavy at the front, can use but cannot let go of the cam..
    You definitely need a tripod. Unless you can hold your camera still for more than 1 second.

    If your camera tips, it's time to get a new tripod, because if you hold your camera, no matter what, there's bound to be vibrations. Make sure that you get a tripod that the thinnest legs are thick enough and not as thin as your last finger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    lao ban. not lao pang. I know tt I'm quite fat, but I'm not old!!

    anyway, I 500 a mth only you also want to ketok. I sad-ed liao.


    haha u get wat i wan to say can le. boss

    now u got 500 a mth so much better then i had in the past...
    work so hard only 525 a mth.
    still need to take care of so many men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    ard punggol area, is punggol end the best place to take the sun rise? what time should we be at punggol end? and do we need a tripod for that? i got a lousy tripod from 8 yrs back, sturdy but my cam tips cus its too heavy at the front, can use but cannot let go of the cam..
    For taking landscapes, tripod is a must. Invest in a good one and it'll last you a long time. A tripod that allows your camera to tip isnt a good enough tripod for your cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    woah woah.... easy there brudder...
    can ask 1 question at a time or not...?
    Don't need to machine-gun 4 or 5 questions in one post leh...

    If you cannot let go of the camera even though it's mounted on the tripod, I got 5 words for ya...

    LET GO OF THE TRIPOD

    Let's do the Markins dance... oh yeah oh yeah...
    Bro, we are using the 'bro' term too often la. Bitez is a SISTER. You made the same mistake as me

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    ard punggol area, is punggol end the best place to take the sun rise? what time should we be at punggol end? and do we need a tripod for that? i got a lousy tripod from 8 yrs back, sturdy but my cam tips cus its too heavy at the front, can use but cannot let go of the cam..
    i seen some good shot from punggol side for sunrise,

    get a new tripod sis, and the RRS ballhead... skip markins... bluekz...~~!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    woah woah.... easy there brudder...
    can ask 1 question at a time or not...?
    Don't need to machine-gun 4 or 5 questions in one post leh...

    If you cannot let go of the camera even though it's mounted on the tripod, I got 5 words for ya...

    LET GO OF THE TRIPOD

    Let's do the Markins dance... oh yeah oh yeah...
    sorry zca.. haha.. sista not brudder here btw..

    but do we really need a tripod for the sunrise shots?
    i see a few peeps using Sirui's T1004, R2204 and N2204.. wads the diff between these? read dat they are gd starter tripods... all below $200 rite?

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    SMILES88, on the 13th u giving a treat ar..???

    POWER MAN>>>>.....(must make sure make time to come down...)
    LORD of THe NoObs
    FLICKR

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    sorry zca.. haha.. sista not brudder here btw..

    but do we really need a tripod for the sunrise shots?
    i see a few peeps using Sirui's T1004, R2204 and N2204.. wads the diff between these? read dat they are gd starter tripods... all below $200 rite?
    haha. T1004X is pretty good. I'm using it. Total cost of it with a G20 ballhead is below $200. Still can get a McValue lunch set. haha. the R2204 and N2204, I think they are made of CF. One of it, I think the N2204, one of the legs can be detached to be used as a monopod.
    Nikon D90 | AF-S 18-105mm | AF 50mm f/1.8D | Tokina 12-24mm f4 | Sigma 30mm f1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    sorry zca.. haha.. sista not brudder here btw..

    but do we really need a tripod for the sunrise shots?
    i see a few peeps using Sirui's T1004, R2204 and N2204.. wads the diff between these? read dat they are gd starter tripods... all below $200 rite?
    For sunrise shots yes you do need a tripod. When the sun start rising your shutter speed is still pretty slow. Therefore you need to mount the cam on the tripod to prevent handshake blur.

    You can have a look at the pricelist of Sirui's tripods here. The prices all very diff hor T1004 is aluminium, R2204 and N2204 are carbon fibres. Carbon fibres are more expensive, so if you wanna spend less can go for the aluminium ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    SMILES88, on the 13th u giving a treat ar..???

    POWER MAN>>>>.....(must make sure make time to come down...)
    ya ya ya. I giving a treat. Treat you all some small chips of rock on the carpark flooring.

    All of you are evil. Want to ketok me.
    Nikon D90 | AF-S 18-105mm | AF 50mm f/1.8D | Tokina 12-24mm f4 | Sigma 30mm f1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    SMILES88, on the 13th u giving a treat ar..???

    POWER MAN>>>>.....(must make sure make time to come down...)
    Wa sounds great. Guess all of us must thank smiles liao!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn View Post
    For taking landscapes, tripod is a must. Invest in a good one and it'll last you a long time. A tripod that allows your camera to tip isnt a good enough tripod for your cam
    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    You definitely need a tripod. Unless you can hold your camera still for more than 1 second.

    If your camera tips, it's time to get a new tripod, because if you hold your camera, no matter what, there's bound to be vibrations. Make sure that you get a tripod that the thinnest legs are thick enough and not as thin as your last finger.
    heh.. the tripod was given to me yonks ago on my birthday for tiny PNS... dats why it tips under the D90...

    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    i seen some good shot from punggol side for sunrise,

    get a new tripod sis, and the RRS ballhead... skip markins... bluekz...~~!!!!!
    yea.. thinking to go there to try try... but i wonder got bus go to the punggol end so early or not?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    ya ya ya. I giving a treat. Treat you all some small chips of rock on the carpark flooring.

    All of you are evil. Want to ketok me.
    dont like that lah, u must treat a senior u know, im ya senior from spf, wakakakaka...

    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    heh.. the tripod was given to me yonks ago on my birthday for tiny PNS... dats why it tips under the D90...


    yea.. thinking to go there to try try... but i wonder got bus go to the punggol end so early or not?!?
    err, usually i just cab to location must reach there early, see which angle is nice and start preparing, as singapore sunrise is so unpredictable...
    LORD of THe NoObs
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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    heh.. the tripod was given to me yonks ago on my birthday for tiny PNS... dats why it tips under the D90...


    yea.. thinking to go there to try try... but i wonder got bus go to the punggol end so early or not?!?
    haha. then get a new 1. A tripod can last long. And if you're thinking of upgrading your tripod in future, there's always the B&S sub-forum.

    Hmmm. I don't think there is a bus so early. Try googling for SBS service 82
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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    dont like that lah, u must treat a senior u know, im ya senior from spf, wakakakaka...



    err, usually i just cab to location must reach there early, see which angle is nice and start preparing, as singapore sunrise is so unpredictable...
    senior means richer than me. Hello, at least you guys have a better income than me and jeezuin. Although our income is very very very stable... Want to resign also cannot...
    Nikon D90 | AF-S 18-105mm | AF 50mm f/1.8D | Tokina 12-24mm f4 | Sigma 30mm f1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    haha. T1004X is pretty good. I'm using it. Total cost of it with a G20 ballhead is below $200. Still can get a McValue lunch set. haha. the R2204 and N2204, I think they are made of CF. One of it, I think the N2204, one of the legs can be detached to be used as a monopod.
    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn View Post
    For sunrise shots yes you do need a tripod. When the sun start rising your shutter speed is still pretty slow. Therefore you need to mount the cam on the tripod to prevent handshake blur.

    You can have a look at the pricelist of Sirui's tripods here. The prices all very diff hor T1004 is aluminium, R2204 and N2204 are carbon fibres. Carbon fibres are more expensive, so if you wanna spend less can go for the aluminium ones
    why do we need a ballhead? doesnt it come with the tripod u buy?

    so the beginner tripod model (aka cheaper) is T1004 or the aluminium ones rite?

    when i was asking ard, a sales guy from CP recommended this Slik brand... but i dun see many ppl in CS using dat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    heh.. the tripod was given to me yonks ago on my birthday for tiny PNS... dats why it tips under the D90...
    Hehe then its time to get a new tripod. A D90 is a lot heavier than a PNS, and dont trust ur 1k++ camera on a cheapcheap tripod. Invest in a good one!


    Quote Originally Posted by bitez View Post
    yea.. thinking to go there to try try... but i wonder got bus go to the punggol end so early or not?!?
    Sis it depends on where you live ba. For sunrise i normally try to reach the place by 6am or so to start setting up. First buses normally start at 5.30am or so, so it depends on how far away you live from the place. For me i live in yew tee, and sunrise are mostly pretty far away, so if i gonna catch a sunrise i'll just cab down.

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