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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon to Make a Big Splash at Photokina? [CR2]
« on: July 30, 2014, 03:26:29 PM »
Dear Friends :
"“a lot of the 1D X” in the new camera  7D MK II. "---Money/ Cost = $3500 US Dollars= in 7D MK II ???
Surapon

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Canon EF Prime Lenses / Re: Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM
« on: July 28, 2014, 01:50:29 PM »
At 1.2 wide open  at the stage, Yesterday 7/26/2014.
Enjoy
Surapon

Nice one surapon Sir - thank you for sharing.

Thanks you, Sir, Dear friend Mr. Menace.
Have a great work week, Sir.
Surapon

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"Size = Small = Not much improvement.
Gels = Neat = Not enough incentive."


Price = DOA

£120 is over $200, for a bit of plastic to stick on your flash that can be done better with a piece of 69c foam paper.

+ 100 for me too, Dear Mr. Privatebydesign.   For $ 200 cost = $ 195 US Dollars for The Thinking Brain  of the Inventor and $ 5 Us. Dollars for the MFR.

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A "softbox" made from "robust ABS plastic"?  Wouldn't that be a hard box?   ;)

Still small though! Unless you like harsh light.

Exactly.  The 'softbox' is barely larger than the bare flash head, and the bounce door is about the same size as the flash head.   Since light softness is proportional to the apparent size of the light source (relative to the subject), I can't see this being more than minimally effective as a diffuser or bouncer.  The only thing that looks like interesting and useful functionality is the gel cassette, which means no cutting/velcro are required. 

I think it's main advantage is the lead-off line:  "A next generation flash modifier worthy of being seen on any camera..."  In this case, function doesn't follow form.

"  Since light softness is proportional to the apparent size of the light source (relative to the subject), I can't see this being more than minimally effective as a diffuser or bouncer. " = + 100 FOR ME TOO.
Surapon

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Canon EF Prime Lenses / Re: Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM
« on: July 27, 2014, 02:07:12 PM »
At 1.2 wide open  at the stage, Yesterday 7/26/2014.
Enjoy
Surapon

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Lenses / Re: What would a 16mm or 18mm F2 FF lens look like?
« on: July 22, 2014, 09:23:54 PM »
Wider than the Canon 24 F1.4L, there are no lenses in the lineup faster than F2.8. Do others think there would be a market for a 16mm F2L or 18mm F2L prime lens? It would be a stop faster than a 16-35/2.8 which would be awesome for indoors shooting, night sky photography, photojournalism, etc. Would a lens as wide as 16 or 18mm at F2 be able to retain a 72mm or 77mm filter size?


Dear Loren E.
Our friend Mr. Dustin Abbot already post the review of Rokinon 14 mm. for FF Camera, After I red his great review, I buy this Lens too, and I love her so much.

http://dustinabbott.net/2013/10/rokinon-14mm-f2-8-wide-angle-review/

THANKSSSS, Dear Mr. Dustin.

http://www.amazon.com/Rokinon-FE14M-C-Ultra-Canon-Black/dp/B003VSGQPG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1406078982&sr=8-1&keywords=14mm+rokinon

Enjoy.
Surapon

PS. The Attached Photos  by Canon 1DS with Rokinon 14 mm.

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Landscape / Re: FOREST GUMP VIEW OF THE MONUMENT VALLEY
« on: July 22, 2014, 05:33:19 PM »
At the Horseshoe Bend, Paghe , Arizona

Just the sample of the 6 th. day trip at ARIZONA,, National Park , at Page , Horseshoe Bend----Super dangerous to the Photographers who want the Perfect Photos and lost 4 Lifes in past 5 Years---Not Me, I love my life---Ha, Ha, Ha---And I forget to bring Nonopod too, just for stick the camera out of canyon wall/ cliff, and get the perfected pictures.

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Software & Accessories / Re: Tripod legs locking mechanism
« on: July 21, 2014, 08:27:16 PM »
I would like an umbrella head for wet weather. Perhaps Surapon could design one?

Dear Friend, Mr. AlanF.
Sorry, Some one already design the Umbrella hat/ For protect our head ---Too late for me to do DIY. Yes, Sir, This Umbrella hat is big enough to protect or body Camera , Lens and Tripods too.
Ha, Ha, Ha.
Thankssss any way.
Good night, Sir.
Surapon

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Animal Kingdom / Re: Show us your Hooters (Owls)
« on: July 21, 2014, 03:56:34 PM »
Orangutan - those are nice photos of the endangered species that sadly became a political hot button and LSV, it's good the owl landed where he/she did!

Surapon, this thread is meant for the natural beauties, but I can appreciate your post 8)

Thanks, Dear Friend, Mr. mackguyver.
Well, Just want to have FUN, and my English  is the second language , And I do not know and never see the real Hooters in the wild, Except in the restaurants----Another WELL, as you said " this thread is meant for the natural beauties"---These photos that I post = Natural Beauty too + 200% add on beauty"---Yes, IF you not believe my words, Please ask all of our men friends ( May Be Ladies friends too), I can bet $ 1 US DOLLAR , that they will agree with me about the beauty of these Hooters----Ha, Ha, Ha.
Have a great work week, Sir.
Surapon
Surapon, I'm quite familiar with the restaurants (too familiar, perhaps, at least for my wife), and I know you're having fun :)  Unlike their outdoor counterparts, they are much easier to find, but yes, some of them aren't all natural ;), but they are beautiful in their own way, at least for men ;D


Ha, Ha, Ha---My dear fried, Mr. Mackguyver.
We have super FUN to day.
Good Monday evening, Sir.
Surapon

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Software & Accessories / Re: Tripod legs locking mechanism
« on: July 21, 2014, 03:54:25 PM »
Dear friends.
I love both systems---BUT, Both must be a product from the Great Companies.
But for the adjustment for the Level of the Tripods, I like the twist better, because I can control the friction of the tripods leg during the up and down adjustment  with full 20 pounds load of the big Lens and heavy camera already on the Ball head---With out lose control of the adjustment.
In Another hand, The Flip-tight system are faster to open and closed of all legs of tripods.
Great Post, Sir.
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: FOREST GUMP VIEW OF THE MONUMENT VALLEY
« on: July 21, 2014, 03:45:43 PM »
Surapon,

         I was out at Monument Valley back in May.  These are some of the photographs I took.  For the photograph of the mittens we practically have the same vantage point which made me laugh.

Wow, Dear Friend Mr. davecote.
Super beautiful photos, at the right time and the right place too------We miss the evening hours at the beautiful places.
My be next trip.
Have a great day, Sir.
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: FOREST GUMP VIEW OF THE MONUMENT VALLEY
« on: July 21, 2014, 03:43:41 PM »
Beautiful shot Sir.  8)  Keep posting.

Thanks you, Sir, Dear Friend Mr. Click.
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: FOREST GUMP VIEW OF THE MONUMENT VALLEY
« on: July 21, 2014, 01:08:41 PM »
Another Photo of The Monument Valley.
Enjoy
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: FOREST GUMP VIEW OF THE MONUMENT VALLEY
« on: July 21, 2014, 01:07:23 PM »
Great shots surapon. I have to agree that my favorite is the first one, both from a composition and processing standpoint. As a suggestion, on the last photo perhaps you could reduce the post processing just a bit, the halos on the horizon are a bit extreme for my taste and the saturation of the oranges could be dialed back a bit too. Additionally there is a rather large piece of sensor dust in the upper right portion of the photo. Again great shots. I am very jealous. I have been wanting to get out to monument valley for a while now. Any plans to visit Antelope Slot Canyon while you are in the area?

Thanks you, Sir, Dear Friend Mr. chasinglight.
Thanks for comments that I will use and adjust/ Post Processing in the Future.  Yes, I try to not change the Lenses in the Dusty Environment of Utah, But, Minimum Changing the Lens of 3 Camera Bodies. Yes, Sir, We went to Antelope and the Horse shoe Bend too,  That in the day 7 and 8Th.--Yes, I will post in CR. soon.
Have a great week, Sir.
Surapon

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Landscape / Re: FOREST GUMP VIEW OF THE MONUMENT VALLEY
« on: July 21, 2014, 01:02:57 PM »
Very nice series Mr Surapon.  I prefer the first one for the composition. Well done.

Thanks you, Sir, Dear Mr. Click.
Surapon

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