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    9am to 6pm?

    u sure it's 9am?
    the press preview starts at 12

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    The time is for ticket collection from SPH.

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    ANybody going on Thursday morning? Hee

    Wats the regulation like ? Like wat can be brought in, what cant be brought in? (eg. tripod?)
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    cameras, tripods not a problem
    jus dun kah jiao those gals there

    see u guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthBaby
    cameras, tripods not a problem :)
    jus dun kah jiao those gals there

    see u guys!
    This i have to see...hee
    :D...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99
    ANybody going on Thursday morning? Hee

    Wats the regulation like ? Like wat can be brought in, what cant be brought in? (eg. tripod?)

    yes, you can bring tripod in....saw few photogs and camera crew using them.

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    Make sure do not go on weekend as by the time you had setup your tripod, a lot of viewer are touching the car or blocking your view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Tan
    Make sure do not go on weekend as by the time you had setup your tripod, a lot of viewer are touching the car or blocking your view.

    i was there at 11.45am...already alot of cars were molested with fingerprints...lol

    by 3pm...you can find rubbish like empty cans and sweet wrappers in the cars....tsk tsk tsk.

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    I dun really think a tripod is needed.

    A big camera and a big presence to be felt is needed for ppl to get outta ur way methinks.

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    tripod not needed...unless u wanna shoot with cir-pl.... to reduce the glare...ehehe

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    anyone took pics of mazda gers???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witness
    tripod not needed...unless u wanna shoot with cir-pl.... to reduce the glare...ehehe
    i regretted not bringing tripod to shoot 360
    esp since trade day so little ppl, no ppl to block me

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    Default a lot chio bu at hall 6!

    a lot chio bu at hall 6!

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    Quote Originally Posted by asheley
    anyone took pics of mazda gers???
    they moved so fast!!

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    hi, does anyone have an idea what time do most of the car models knock off? do they leave by dinner time or will they be back after a dinner break. am enquiring cos it's odd for them to leave by 7pm if the show ends only at 10pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sojourner
    hi, does anyone have an idea what time do most of the car models knock off? do they leave by dinner time or will they be back after a dinner break. am enquiring cos it's odd for them to leave by 7pm if the show ends only at 10pm.
    They usually knocks off between 8.30pm or 9.30pm (shift) and takes 2 breaks per day. Some car accessories had models too but heard only during weekends and public holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonelyarine
    they moved so fast!!
    But not faster than Canon EOS focusing system...hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witness
    tripod not needed...unless u wanna shoot with cir-pl.... to reduce the glare...ehehe
    hi hi.. dunno if anyone still reads this.... why is a tripod needed for a cir-pl which i think is circular polarizer... thanks in advance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by littledigitalartist
    hi hi.. dunno if anyone still reads this.... why is a tripod needed for a cir-pl which i think is circular polarizer... thanks in advance...
    A cirular polarizer effectively reduces the exposure by 2 stops. So you can either open up aperture by 2 stops to compensate (may still not be enough esp. indoors) or use a slower shutter speed--if too slow then need to use tripod.

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