Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by coorz, 19 Oct 2006.
My first dSLR but it's water and bread only in the coming months
Is that a F4, F2.8 or F2.8 IS ?
Or in other words:
Is that 2, 4 or 8 months on water/bread?
Did that hand-strap come with the camera?
Nice setup though! I've set my mind to this; but I'm forcing myself to wait untill I get a job.
- 400D + wired remote
- 17-40 F4 L
- 70-200 F4 L
That is teh sex0r.
I got a new lens today, 50mm f/1.8
I also raise you the same question about the hand strap.
F4, the 2.8s are MASSIVE and weigh a ton.
nice setup you got there. got the kit lens too i'm presuming?
and no, handstraps don't come with the camera. they can only be used with the grip.
Yep it's the F4, bought it second hand for 500 euro. The handstrap cost me a whopping 20 euro, can't believe it.
And no i don't have the kit lens, that 70-200 is the first lens on it, now saving up for the Canon 17-55 or the Tamron 17-50 f2.8
That's a very nice setup! I'm jealous.
Would you believe i actually dropped my camera with that 70-200 attached from 1 meter height....battery grip lost a corner (glued back) and the lens...well shoots as sharp as before
I would have cried, glad it all still works.
lol - that's why i always use a neck strap
I know, but it was in my bag....one end of the shoulderstrap snapped and it fell.
It's not *that* big.
Nice choice of kit, sure it'll serve you well. Assuming you don't keep dropping it, that is!
Pic reminds me of my long rig (20D + 2.8IS + 580EX). In fact, at first glance, they barely look any different. I've never seen/used an F4 in the flesh, but guessing it must be a fair bit smaller as it's only 67mm filter size.
Better not show off my setup, then.
Post of the week
please don't hold back on my behalf.
This week's purchase Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro
By no means all of it. There are more lenses, cameras, and applicable accessories, but there is only so much room on my couch.
Holy cow. You'd probably need a 10-22 to capture your whole collection.
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