Well my menu includes the Patriots winning and making me a very happy person. To all the haters out there, just remember how difficult it is to get to the Superbowl...I wish both teams good luck! But Tom Brady and company are ready for this game.
I agree that the Patriots will probably win but I really, really hope they lose. (AN EAGLES FAN)
Hi there for the new camera have a look into dual strap harness at chest level so you will be ready for most anything to shoot, I can’t advise to which one is doable for you. Do some research! Best of luck looking. And do post some of those new photgraphs when you can.
I second Black Rapid. I use on two different bodies. Would never go back to a neck strap
Hi all. My wife and I are going to Hawaii in a month. Kauai, Hawaii, and Oahu. This will not be a 'beach vacation'. Our plan is to see the sites and unique places that are Hawaii. Most will be accessible by short/very short walk/hike from car. No sunrise this trip. I do not want to take all of my equipment. So, based on your experience which lenses (two max I think) do you suggest? D810, 70-200 f4 VR, 24-70 f2.8, 16-35 f4, 50 f1.8, TC 20 III. I plan to do a helicopter in Kauai. If I can, should this be the 70-200? No tripod this trip. (Taking everything is not an option.) Your suggestions will be appreciated.
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I was there for a month this past summer, Kauai, Maui and Big Island. I took my 24-70 and 70-200 worked out well.
I will only say that if your using the L bracket on the 750 with the battery grip your asking for a awkward situation if your going to shoot vertical. I have found using just the battery grip with the camera is much more comfortable than adding an L bracket to the equation.
I use it on my D610 with a battery grip and there are no issues.
b, welcome to the Hog! Keeping the camera dry is NOT the problem. Plenty of ways to keep the camera dry. The PROBLEM will be keeping the mist OFF of the objective lens. My suggestion is do whatever to keep the camera dry, any plastic bag or rain pancho will do that. Take an old cotton T-shirt and cut it into manageable pieces and keep them dry. You’ll need them to constantly dry the objective lens. Before EVERY shot if there is rain like mist. Keep the camera pointing down and cap on and only remove and point up to shoot. You might need to pre-set everything including the focus. I’ve shot falls in Yosemite that I couldn’t shoot. Not because of getting the camera wet but because I can’t keep the water droplets off the objective lens, even with an extra long makeshift hood to get a usable shot. Have a great trip and good luck!!! SS
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