wonder if anyone will be it. I have seen $500 amazon gift cards sold for $515. Why would any one pay an extra $15 in order to buy it on amazon? Laundering drug money?
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If it were me, I would focus less on correct ISO and shutter speed and more on the story and the framing. What do you want your shots to say? It won't make a big difference at the end if your ISO was a multiple of 160 or not. Don't be afraid to break the rules, you may well have to in order to get the shot. A slower shutter speed will let in a lot more light, and, if the scenes don't have much movement, you'll never be able to tell 1/30th from 1/50th. On the other hand, shooting at 1/60th or 1/100th will accentuate motion, which is a cool look for dancing/sports/etc.
Also, you could bring a light along, which will do wonders. Have fun
I use Adobe CC [yes, it is the Dark Side, but I'm only blowing $10/month, so far], and Lightroom 5 was a free download.
Actually, I tried that earlier today, but my version of 5.0 said there were no updates. I had to go direct to Adobe and download it.
My perception says its noticibly faster.
check out gura gear - their bataflae 32L is huge and will easily swallow all you equipment. Also rugged and very lightweight.As you said: It's huge. Half of it will hold a 600 f/4 or 800 f/5.6 without camera or a 500 f/4 with camera.
OP mentioned 300 2.8. So a Bataflae 26L would be a better choice. It will hold the 300 2.8 with camera attached in one half and the other equipment in the other half with room to spare...
P.S I do have 26L and believe me it's BIG. You do not want even bigger than necessary...
QuoteHe is saying this website is not very good, but still is posting here. He posts something that really is not answering the question, or is useful... to set a example??
so in short he complains that on a RUMOR site not every news make it to reality?
ah... i see.