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  • #61
    Originally posted by wrxflyer
    At this time using

    Canon EOS 300D
    * 18-55mm kitlens
    * 75-300 III USM
    upgrading next month to 70-300 IS USM. & 24-105 IS USM
    * Canon EX 430 Speedlite

    and preparing for EOS 450 D + 100-400 L next year


    bought myself a L f/4 70-200 yesterday.
    Just to have something good during my holiday in Greece.

    I'll change it in winter for a L 100-400 IS USM



    • #62
      Am I the only one with "normal" equipment ?
      I have a Canon 350D + Canon 50 1.8 + Tamron 55-200 + Canon 35-80 and nothing else for now


      • #63
        Well I don't think i posted on this one yet.

        Canon 400D (XTi) 75-300 4.5/5f, Canon 70-200 2.8/f L (non IS version) working on getting either the 17-85 IS or the 28-135 IS and still debating on the 40D or the 50D


        • #64
          I had the Casio Exilim EX-Z500 till it got destroyed by the jetblast of a Jet Airways 777-300ER, VT-JEB to be precise!!!

          I now have the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18, a wonderful camera for prosumers!


          • #65
            I have the Canon S3 IS.Fantastic camera.


            • #66
              Originally posted by SEANDSILVA
              I had the Casio Exilim EX-Z500 till it got destroyed by the jetblast of a Jet Airways 777-300ER, VT-JEB to be precise!!!
              huhh ??!!


              • #67
                Originally posted by Virgin777
                huhh ??!!
                Hehe....I guess Sean's lens got damaged by the gigantic GE90s on the 77W!


                • #68
                  Yeah, those cruel GE90-115B monsters did it in! But hey it was my fault for standing bang behind the airplane bound for LHR waiting to "experience" what jetblast feels like! Not only was i knocked off the wall with the gr8 force , the exilim was destroyed !


                  • #69
                    Thank God You are safe from that blast. The Exilim one can replace, your pictures from the Indian Sphere, one may not have been able to compensate.

                    I use the
                    Canon 40D and the 400D.


                    • #70
                      Not posted in here, so here we go:

                      • Canon 30D
                      • Canon 300D
                      • Canon 70-200 f/2.8 IS L
                      • Canon 100-400 L


                      • #71
                        My set up...

                        Nikon D200 + grip
                        Nikon D50

                        Nikkor 300 F4 AF-S
                        Nikkor 24-85
                        Sigma 10-20

                        Kenko Pro 300 1.4x DG

                        Nikon SB-600

                        And soon to add the 50 1.8D and a set of radio triggers....


                        "Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower!"


                        • #72
                          Canon Digital Rebel XTi
                          Canon EFS 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II USM
                          Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM (first lens, used as a backup)
                          Canon EF 100-400mm F4.5-5.6L IS USM (primary lens)


                          • #73
                            I have very basic equipement:

                            Canon 400D

                            Canon 18-55 mm
                            Tamron 70-300 mm

                            Bearcat Uniden UBC92XLT (scanner)


                            • #74
                              I want to get a DSLR (using a Kodak Easyshare doesn't really cut it).

                              Is it worth spending the odd $1000 (NZD) for an entry level DSLR such as the Nikon D60?
                              Does it enhance your photos greatly? (Just checking)
                              Note: I did not copy PMN, I am in fact obsessed with both (ask anyone who knows me and they would confirm that I talk constantly about these things


                              • #75
                                Well, it makes getting good shots easier. I can get shots taken with a years old Coolpix 5700 into the db, but that means lots of careful handling and some luck. With a DSLR it is much easier.

                                If you are serious about a DSLR plz remember that bodies come and go, while lenses stay. So a D40 might be better if you can get a better lens with it.
                                My photo editing guide - updated and improved Feb. 2010
                                My Nikon D100,D200,D300, D800, D7200 basic spotting settings guide
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