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  • What's On Your Photography WISH LIST?

    Since this isn't aviation or digital processing I decided to put this thread here:

    What is on your photograohy wish list? What new equipment would you like to have (body, lenses, tripod, filters whatever). Be specific.

    To go with my D70 I would like...

    1. The Nikon SB800DX speedlight.
    2. An extra battery to have charged and waiting for the D70.
    3a. Nikkor 200-400mm f/4 G-AFS ED-IF VR Lens ($5,499) OR
    3b. Nikkor 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED VR Lens ($1,429)
    4. Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D Micro Autofocus Lens $649
    5. Nikkor 14mm f2.8D ED Autofocus Lens ($1,399)
    6. Epson Stylus 1280 Photo Printer
    7. Titanium Bogen/Manfrotto Tripod
    8. Larger Gear Bag, preferably Lowepro or Tamrac
    9. UV, Polarizing and Grad ND filters to match my new lenses.
    10. A couple of remote slave flashes.
    11. Reflectors for portraits.
    12. Nikon CoolWalker image tank.
    13. Nikon ML-L3 remote shtter release (still don't have it)
    14. Since we're wishing, throw in an extra body - the D2h.
    15. A few 2G 80X write speed flash cards.
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  • #2
    Simple.
    Canon 20D...and whatever L glass I can get.
    George R. Widener
    Oshkosh, WI USA
    Aircraft Photos Here
    Railroad Pictures Here

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    • #3
      Off the top of my head -

      * A good (able to hold lots of equipment) camera bag
      * Two 58mm lens filters (lens flare free! )
      * Canon 300D battery grip
      * Canon 550XE Speedlite
      * 8mm fisheye lens

      Dale

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      • #4
        Any DSLR I can get my hands on....as well as the usual accompaniments that go with this package!

        -Pete
        Pete Ganabathi
        Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

        Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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        • #5
          Any L glass lens.
          And PT737SWA, I already have a Epson Stylus 1280 Photo Printer

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 777Captain
            Any L glass lens.
            And PT737SWA, I already have a Epson Stylus 1280 Photo Printer
            How do you like it???
            Follow me on Twitter! www.twitter.com/flyingphotog

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            • #7
              1st 70-200 F4 L lens To arrive begin of january
              2nd 300D Grip
              3th 2nd batery grip
              4th 1,4 converter











              5th 20D, but thats about to come in 2 years or so
              My New Photo Name on JP.net is DutchAviation!!!!

              why should we fight about wich aircraft manufactor is better..............


              thats so childish....



              because hey we all know boeing is better

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              • #8
                Sigma 120-300 F/2.8
                Canon 24-70 F/2.8L

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                • #9
                  Is the 300D Battery Grip very useful?

                  For me? 100-400L and a decent tripod.
                  Will F.
                  Photos: JetPhotos.Net | Airliners.net | General Photography

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                  • #10
                    Canon Elan 7e
                    Home darkroom
                    Canon 100-400mm L

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Crazy764
                      Is the 300D Battery Grip very useful?
                      Apparently so Will. I know a couple of people who've said they've done a full weekend of hardcore shooting and the battery level was just under half. It depends on the outside temperature most of the time though.

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                      • #12
                        1)70-200 f4L
                        2)50mm f1.4
                        3)1Gb Compact Flash II
                        4)Battery grip
                        5)Some kind of external flash
                        6)Big bag to carry all that stuff in

                        Unfortunately, I probably won't have the money for any of them soon
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                        • #13
                          a lens that is sharp

                          a battery that will charge and last like it's suppose to

                          something with a buffer greater than 4

                          a secure way of storing my photos

                          -Adam

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                          • #14
                            300D...Maybe 20D...if i think i can afford it.

                            and any 100-300mm lens.
                            ***My Blog***

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                            • #15
                              100-400L
                              16-35L
                              17-40L
                              Tamron (yes Tamron) 28-75
                              3 1gb CF cards
                              couple batteries
                              B246T ----> Uniden scanner handheld
                              Garmin GPS V -Misc equipment to go with that
                              now I'm

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