« on: October 08, 2014, 05:41:30 PM »
I suppose that "multi layer" doesn't necessarily mean Foveon, but I'd really like to see a "mainstream" Foveon sensor in a Canon dSLR body.
My guess is that Mt. Spokane either has 20K to spend on a deluxe full frame birding rig (1DX, 500 or 600mm f/4 L IS II, 1.4x and 2x TC III), or that he doesn't do focal length limited work.
This means hiking for great distances at times, so I am wondering if a second body (extra weight) is a must for someone investing his tie and energy in getting to a location in the middle of nowhere to shoot some nice pictures?
- viewfinder that doesn't require your nose to be chopped off
I am looking for videos to show how a leveling base works, what does it exactly do? I am guessing to level the tripod without having to making minor changes to the legs....
I have two $150 Benro ball heads that were a complete waste of money, pure junk. They have been sitting in their original boxes for 7 years, used once. I have two Benro CF tripods that are 7 years old now, and cost $450 each. The quality was reasonable, but not what I'd call $450 worth. Parts are not nor were ever available as it turns out. I could never recommend them.
A good ball head alone goes for at least $300 - and up.
It was working perfectly. New os was installed.
If I could somehow afford it, I would totally buy this. So much potential!