Thanks so much for posting this. I have a Sony mirrorless and 2 Nikon DSLR. I think I will shoot a bit more with the Nikon after seeing that video.
This is bran new, never out of box. It is the connector with the pins that go into the camera. Sells on Amazon for $10, will sell for the $10 and I will pay shipping in the USA.
**Compatible with Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, 1D X, EOS 1D, 1Ds, 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark II N, 1D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 5DS, 5DS R, 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III,5D Mark IV,5D, 6D, 6D Mark II, 7D Mark II, 7D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D, D60, D30, D2000, EOS 1V, EOS 3
Shooting Mode: Single Shooting,Continuous Shooting,Long Exposure.
Shutter Control: Half-press or Full-press
Cable Length: 120cm
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Hey, EVERYONE is now a photographer. People submit photos for free, why should papers/magazines/etc pay?
I just sold a Nikon battery grip, never used. I got a better price from them, then from B&H.
Waiting for the check!
I have the Sony A6500, my favorite lens is the Sony 70-200 f4. Great, sharp lens & not to heavy.
Topaz Studio is free and a stand alone program. You can then purchase some of their filters to add to the studio.
I have been using it very frequently lately. I use ACR and photoshop.
Message me if you want a slight discount on any filters.
I have been to Africa twice and am going again next year. I would suggest the D500 with the 150-600 on one camera and the 24-105 on the D750. You don't want to be changing lenses in the field, it is so dusty. Bring a small towel or cover and use when traveling but not using one camera. You might also bring the wide angle for the falls and landscape. Enjoy every minute!!!
Ron is amazing. I was at that presentation and one he did for NECCC, (New England Camera Council Conference). He was the key note speaker and he was amazing. Very passionate and animated, and a super nice guy!
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I always covered my cameras with a towel when not shooting. Helped a bit.
I have transition glasses. When looking thru the viewfinder, the image looks darker because the glasses are so dark. I do check the histogram often. I have also started to use older glasses when I go out shooting.
I use dog tags with my info on all my equipment, camera bags and luggage. I also had some made a few years ago for my daughters to put on their sneakers when they went out running.
If someone wants to return a camera, at least they have my information.
I didn't show all my info.