When I read that post, I just couldn't help but feel that too many people treat the DSLR like it's made of tofu...
you get people saying things like
"after coming back from overseas must send the camera for full service..."
wah lau eh...
Sentosa counted as overseas or not? Haha. They scared their cams got dust or sand all those I think.Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra
Nikon D90 | AF-S 18-105mm | AF 50mm f/1.8D | Tokina 12-24mm f4 | Sigma 30mm f1.4
Wah... whatever happened to Pasay, one of our fellow poisoner har? Has he gone underground??
Must be fondling his new toy, the one which has programmable DOF preview buttonOriginally Posted by kriegsketten
Oooooo he got lx3 also ar?Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra
Sian sian sian sian!!!!
Why why why why?Originally Posted by daredevil123
Not quite right. It should be no more zooming with your wrist but now you will be zooming with your whole self with the camera.Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra
Wah Lau bro. Wrong channel la you.Originally Posted by coolthought
I made that comment with regards to no zoom ring on the lens, so less chance of dust going in
I am just finding something to post leh. Please don't be so hard on me.Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra
Hahahaha okOriginally Posted by coolthought
Anyway I just disturb you only.
woah... so it's a lens mount? Then to rotate from portrait to landscape (and vice versa) requires loosening the collar that's holding on to the lens?
I feel that it's quite specific and not so practical for everyday applications. Don't think it can replace the regular ballhead, but supplement it for pano purposes.
For camera without vertical grip, the lens is much closer to the base of the camera, so that lens clamping ring might interfere with regular tripod mount.