Unfortunately, he wasn't as cooperative when I was there 2 weeks ago
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What gimbal type head is everyone using? I've seen prices ranging from $85 (Yikes!) to $600. I use RRS plates and a Benro monopod for soccer games.
If you don't want to spend all that cash for the Lee system, I can recommend the Tiffen ND filter kit:
It's worked well for me for a couple of years now and the filters stack fine on their own or with my B+W XS-PRO C-PL, which is usually what I stack them with. Here are some sample shots from another ND filter thread:
This was shot fairly far north, so this is as dark as it gets. You can still shoot handheld, with acceptable shutter speeds, apertures and ISO settings, 24 hours a day. At the far north they still have midnight sun. But further south, where I´m heading, it is getting quite a bit darker now.
If anyone wants exceptional light and exceptional scenery to shoot, I can really recommend the north of Norway. And this year, the weather has been phenomenal.
The thing with hobbies like we have, they know where to find us, and it won't be another woman's arms!
My wife calls my computer "the other woman" but has been very supportive of my hobbies. I actually was encouraged to buy the 300 f/2.8 ii. But, the 1dx is a lot of money and I really don't need one, yet...........
Just a quick update, lens replacement arrived today and its perfect
From this afternoon at the playground, I pushed the swing and quickly pulled up my camera and took one shot before I had to get out of the way, needless to say, the 50 Art focusing issues are very much gone. Shot at 1.4.
Anybody got similar 'upgrades' because of white lenses ?
One big bummer is nothing as far as settings seems to transfer between the two. Not even simple things like exposure or check marks.
So you are proposing that Adobe make updates to every version of their software every time a camera manufacturer comes out with a new camera? Nobody does that, not one software manufacturer.
Well, yet again, Adobe are unique amongst software manufacturers in that they do end up enabling you to use your new camera with you old software.
I have now used it both on the 1DX and 5DIII with Ec-S screens (not meant to be on the 5DIII, but it fits with a little push and a steady hand). Focusing was a lot easier than I had expected and in reasonably good light I hit it almost every time.
I'm sure $4999 will come again. Just get ready