Actually, you have a point about using the MB-D80 for shooting portrait modes - easier on the right arm without flapping like a chicken... Never thought about that until you mentioned it, otherwise - no use to me...
Last edited by kriegsketten; 28th October 2010 at 09:37 AM.
but i dun think i am getting the d7000 anytime soon. getting married next march. dun wan to spend the mola now.
btw if u need extra push to get d7000, go try using d90 and shoot in RAW mode only. then switch to burst mode.
see how fast can d90 go. haha i am sure after that u want to change
Last edited by kriegsketten; 28th October 2010 at 09:43 AM.
D7000 is only going to be marginally fast (as compared to slower D90)... D300S is faster...
well, it depends on what your motive for the batt grip is. So far I can think of 3 uses:
1) increased weight (better balance)
2) longer batt life
3) ergonomic grip in portrait orientation
If your motive is only #1, then a simple metal plate (same weight or more) screwed into tripod mount will achieve the same thing at a MUCH lower cost. Maybe < $10 I was kidding about the rubber bands by the way
Noobcake: the shot of esplanade, how come all the lights dotting the river so starry one?
or bruised all over....
Last edited by quizesilver; 28th October 2010 at 10:05 AM.
Yes I'm bringing... will wanna test whether my Markins PG-80 plate can fit to D7000 as well or not... And probably need to get generic arca-swiss plate soon (before the session) or else cannot adapt to my ballhead...
Last edited by kriegsketten; 28th October 2010 at 10:06 AM.