Ya add a phone feature to your P&S camera and where does it stop? Next thing you know they will be adding GPS, a touch screen and wifi or something else crazy.
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That's my money you are profiting from Canon!!!
to think a multi-national has "your" money is a joke. They wouldn't know if u were dead or alive unless u owned at least 5% of the common. So much for your L list.
More evidence of unintelligent life in the CR space. Did you even bother to read what I wrote in the post?
At the cost of repetition, does Canon not make a profit when you buy Canon products? If you think otherwise, you are the "joke".
Did I say that I have a problem that Canon is making a profit? Did I say that Canon has "my money"
Anyhow, what does my L list have to do with it?
Exclusively for video? Hooray!
These are superb, but I'm confused...are these shots you've just found elsewhere, done by other people, or is this thread mostly about what we've done ourselves? I have some work, although not many plane closeups like from an airshow. Alas, there have been several airshows in my area over the years, but I did them all with consumer video, and there haven't been any since I got into digital stills photography.
I will begin posting some of my own shots. Most of my closeup work, is R/C model planes. Most of my aerial work, are terrestrial targets, commercial or otherwise.
I have two of these Philips LED Daylight (5000K) bulbs in some very basic portable stands that I use to light my photo tent from each side. They are about 5 ft away on each side and light it more than I need for taking shots of things inside the cube. They work great and I thing they might do what you are trying to do with ease. They cost about $35 each for the bulb but they will last forever and I have not had one go out unlike incecent bulbs in the 5000K range.
The Home Depot I go to had them on the shelf and that is how I stumbled on trying one and then two.