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Thread: Super Panoramic shots of Orchard Road (critical info)

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    1) Terence, Terence
    2) None yet
    3) EOS 30, EF 50/1.4, tripod
    4) post wind
    5) not sure yet but can arrange if given ample notice.

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    1)Brandon, Daniel
    2)None yet
    3)EOS 300, 50/1.8, 24-135/3.5, Tripod
    4)Pre-wind
    5)NA

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    Guys, after discussing with Darren, who had agreed to help us into achieving the goal, I will need below info from you.

    1) nic and actual name of photog ("shooter")
    2) nic and actual name of their backup ("buddy")
    3) camera setup
    4) indicate camera is a "pre-wind" or "post-wind" type
    5) a column to indicate which saturday they are not able to shoot

    item (4) is to split them into 2 groups to avoid difficulty in stiching processing cause by the frame sequencing.

    item (5) can help to plan for both trial and the all out shoot.
    1. acetylcholine, yan
    2. cant find 1( someone willing to volunteer?)
    3. FM2 , 50-135mm
    4. err no idea
    5. the month of oct and nov...december sure can
    Last edited by acetylcholine; 30th September 2004 at 08:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil84
    pre-wind means when u load in the film catridge, the camera will straight away wind to the last frame, so that every frame you take will be wound back into the catridge. rationale is if u open the cover accidentally or by purpose, most shots will be saved as they are already inside.

    post-wind is the conventional method, where the camera will advance frame by frame when u shoot and will only rewind when "asked" to or when the last frame is exposed.
    then fm2 is post wind?

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    1. yellow_kiwi, keng wei
    2. None...
    3. eos+28-105, yashica+50mm, tripod x 2
    4. both post-wind
    5. N.A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    hi yuen choon, can you pls confirm that you eos50 is post-wind? I think it should be pre-wind.
    dennis, i think it is post wind (not stated in the manual thou).
    when insert the film it will advance to the 1st frame automatically.
    after shooting, it will advance frame by frame (single frame shooting).
    once finish the last frame, it will then rewind the film automatically into the cartridge.
    so i think it is post wind.

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    Thanks Dennis...

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    1) quekky, quek
    2) none
    3) F80s, will borrow a 50/1.4, getting a 2nd tripod soon.
    4) post-wind
    5) should be ok for nov and dec

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    1) Vagabond, Matthew
    2) Open to volunteers
    3) Nikon F60 x1, Nikkor 28-80mm x1, tripod x1
    4) postwind
    5) generally before 4pm, dependent on actual day schedule tho.

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    1. nostalgia, Tan Kian Teck
    2. none yet
    3. Nikon F100 x 1, AF50 f1.8 x 1, Tripod x 1
    4. Post-wind
    5. Should be free if given ample time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    dennis, i think it is post wind (not stated in the manual thou).
    when insert the film it will advance to the 1st frame automatically.
    after shooting, it will advance frame by frame (single frame shooting).
    once finish the last frame, it will then rewind the film automatically into the cartridge.
    so i think it is post wind.
    Hi scud, just confirm, it pre-wind, not post-wind, because I have a eos50e that I have not been using for some time (thats why forgotten ).
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Pls take note that my previous description about pre-wind/post-wind may not be detailed enough. Even when you have a pre-wind, there will still be a little rewinding after your last frame due to cam winding in the film leader...

    Dennis: Sorry bout the OT, just wanna help make sure people get the idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil84
    Pls take note that my previous description about pre-wind/post-wind may not be detailed enough. Even when you have a pre-wind, there will still be a little rewinding after your last frame due to cam winding in the film leader...

    Dennis: Sorry bout the OT, just wanna help make sure people get the idea
    Thanks man , we are all learning
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) foxtwo, xianli
    2) none
    3) 1xFM2n, 1,50mm, 1xtripod
    4) post-wind
    5) should be free.

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    1. radioactive28, yunfoong
    2. none
    3. 1x Nikon FA, 1x Tamron A2 28-135mm, 1x tripod
    4. post-wind
    5. quite free, as long as it doesn't clash with school or my A-levels

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    1) einstein (zhongyao)
    2) none
    3) eos33, 50mm 1.8, tripod
    4) post wind
    5) able to arrange given ample notice.

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    1) Pande (denniskee's friend)
    2) none
    3) 1x film camera, 1,50mm, 1xtripod
    4) post-wind
    5) na
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) alvin, Alvin Yap
    2) n/a
    3) Minolta Dynax 5, 50mm/1.7, tripod
    4) Post wind
    5) Most sats ok for now. Future difficult to predict bro, scarly some reason I need to be abroad, or someone drop a boat on me, difficult to say

    Alvin

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    1) Phua Yok Lin (denniskee's friend)
    2) none
    3) eos 88, zoom lens covering 50mm, 1xtripod
    4) pre-wind
    5) na
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    1) diddledoodles, leecheng
    2) sentinel, munwai
    3) canon eos300, 50mm, 1xtripod
    4) pre-wind
    5) most sat are free for now, except for 13 Nov & 18 Dec.

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