« on: January 31, 2015, 02:31:01 PM »
Pocket hand warmer packs are great for keeping batteries ready to go and not cold depleted. True it only gets down to about -5F where I shoot but they work fantastically.
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It's hard to accept that it's "cheaper" as well, when it comes right down to it.
Yes, the lens itself might be a few hundred cheaper than the Canon version, for example, not not if you have to buy a new set of filters for it, in the 82mm range, instead of the typical 77mm. And then carry another set of filters around, just to use this lens.
In fact, about the only "pro" lens from Nikon or Canon that's 82mm is the Canon 24-70/2.8 II. Almost everything else is 77mm, which means an expense to use it, for a demographic generally looking to save.
I know it is hard to find a perfect bag.
But I really want to avoid having many different bags. I hate owning stuff that I rarely use.
The Loka could fit my needs. I would like to actually see one before buying it. I live in Europe, I can't see on their website where it is on sale.
Looking at the picture I can see that the Tammy fits in. Not sure if a 70-200 would fit on top of that.
Anyone has tried one of these?:
What's better than the 50 or 40? On my SL1, the EF-S 24 2.8 (with the forty in my pocket)
Yes! Thise teo pancakes make a very decent combo on an SL1/100D.
I'd love to have the same for my new 5d iii. But ungortunately, the 24 pancake is only EF-S.