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04-04-2004 12:39 AM

Hey guys, i am sincerely looking at the canon rebel 300d slr but i want to do my research beforehand (obviously) so i get the most bang for the buck! I think it would be a cook post to see what different photographers/videographers shoot with ( ie lens, camera, cf cards, all of the major stuff that inhances your pics) and how much and also to see some of your best pics! SO I'LL START OFF <BR> right now i own a canon gl2 paid 3gs for it and a bunch of other things off ebay. A perdy good videocamera (3ccd)and what not. I am also really intereested in buying the rebel <BR> <BR> travis

04-04-2004 10:36 AM

well i have a Nikon D70 which was 1300 with the lense and a sigma 70-200 which was 750 i beleive. I also have quite abit of memory cards which in all prob costed me like 500. I also have the SB800 which was like 330. plus extras like battereies and that kinda stuff. so thats about 3000 but i also bought that stuff over the past few years the newest being the nikon camera. I also have a sony TVR 950 which was 2300 from ebay with other kinda stuff so that comes around to about 5000 in total. wuite abit for that kinda stuff.

04-05-2004 8:23 PM

IT ALL ADDS UP WAY TOOO QUIK!!! <BR>AND I HATE TO LOVE IT BUT I DO <BR> <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/kiss.gif" border=0>

pyrosmurf 04-19-2004 12:06 AM

Canon 10D Digital Camera <BR>Canon BG-ED3 Battery Grip <BR>Canon 70-200mm f2.8L <BR>Sigma 15mm f2.8 Fisheye <BR>Canon 24-85mm f3.5-4.5 <BR>Sigma EF-500 DG <BR>Quantum RS4 Remote <BR>Quantum RS4 Sender <BR>Canon XM1 Video Camera <BR>Century Optics .55x Fisheye <BR>Azden SGM-1X Shotgun Mic <BR>BeachTek DXA-4P XLR Adaptor <BR>Pelican 1550 Case <BR>Sandisk Ultra 512mb Compact flash <BR>Hoya HMC Polariser/ND Filters <BR>EWA Marine Water Housing <BR>Epiccam Water Housing <BR> <BR>Thats my list for insurance. <BR>Adds up to around $18,000 AUS for all new items at retail. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by pyrosmurf on April 18, 2004)

richd 04-19-2004 6:49 AM

Photo stuff: <BR> <BR>Canon 1D <BR>Canon 70-200 f2.8L <BR>Canon 17-40 f4 L <BR>Canon 50 f1.4 <BR>Kenko 1.4X TC <BR>Metz 54-3 mecablitz <BR>Transcend 512 &amp; 1 gb CF cards <BR>Lexar 512 Pro CF (need more cards badly!) <BR>Gitzo 1228 w Acratech UBH <BR> <BR>Josh: what's an XM1? Is that the same as an XL1?

pyrosmurf 04-19-2004 7:24 AM

PAL version of the GL1. <BR> <BR>I'm quite a fan of your setup. <BR>I'm stuggling with a good wide angle solution at the moment. My 24-85 is a piece of crap, and I hardly use it. <BR> <BR>A 17-40 would be nice, but I have an addiction to fast glass. It also depends on whether I grab a 1D in the future or not. I can't stand this 1.6x crop.

isler 04-19-2004 12:17 PM

Josh, the 17-40 is actually a really nice lens... I've used it a little bit, and it's just as good quality as the 2.8, 'cept you're losing 1 stop. Chances are you'll never use that last 1 stop for wakeboard stuff anyway... <BR> <BR>I'm also going to abstain from posting the gear list here, since I don't need someone to come by my area and rob me blind =) <BR> <BR>Mike

richd 04-19-2004 12:52 PM

Mike: <BR> <BR>I was dreading reading your equipment list when I saw you posted! :-) <BR> <BR>Josh: <BR> <BR>17mm seems plenty wide with a 1.3 crop to me. I toyed with getting a 12-24 sigma but at f4.5 to 5.6 (I think) it did seem like that might be too slow. Now seeing shots at 17mm I'm glad I didn't. The 17-40 is a nice carry around lens and works well with my Kenko 1.4X (I still have center AF and f4 with it), which gives me a bit more range. The quality doesn't suffer much with the Kenko either (another "cheaper than Canon" item which has gotten great reviews!) On a 10d with 1.6 the 17-40 might not be wide enough but I think you need to think along the lines of how your lens will work on a 1.3 crop or full frame body down the road! <BR> <BR>I looked hard at the 24-70 f2.8 L but decided it just looked too big and clunky for general use. The 50 prime gives me a fast lens for interior type shots without flash. So for a limited budget I think I've got things somewhat covered. I'd like to get a 300 or 400mm L IS and a 2X TC next.

garrett_cortese 04-19-2004 1:38 PM

Mike, I already robbed you blind...then I threw it out 'cause it was Nikon...

richd 04-19-2004 3:20 PM

hahahahaha! <BR> <BR>Now Mike should come back with something about how easy it was for you to toss because of how much lighter Nikon equipment is . . . . . . <BR> <BR>You note he made a nice comment about the 17-40!

garrett_cortese 04-19-2004 3:30 PM

Rich-- <BR>There's a lot of Canon equipment Mike wishes would have a Nikon label slapped on it: 1DMKII, 85 f1.2, 200 f1.8, 400 f4 DO... <BR> <BR>Of course, there's a lot of equipment with "Mike Isler" slapped on it that I wish said "Garrett Cortese," so I guess we're even...

Walt 04-19-2004 4:08 PM

Nikon 5700...491.00<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" border=0>

scott_a 04-19-2004 4:20 PM

Canon XL-1 <BR>Canon GL-1 <BR>wide angle lense for XL-1 <BR> <BR>3 pelican cases worth of toys for the two cameras, plus 2 tripods and a monopod hidden away somewhere in the closet. <BR> <BR>i want a bag for my GL-1. anyone wanna make a donation? it would be to a worthy cause, i promise<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0>

dcervenka 04-19-2004 5:14 PM

Sony TRV-900 <BR>Sony PC-101 <BR> <BR>2 Bogen Tripods <BR>Sony SPK-PC4 (water housing) <BR> <BR>1.6x tele converter <BR>.55x Wide Angle <BR>.43x Wide-Angle Fisheye Lens <BR>

isler 04-19-2004 6:09 PM

Garrett, <BR> <BR>You can't rob me for the next few days since UPS has almost all of my stuff! Heh... and don't talk to me about your damn white lenses... 85/1.2, 200/1.8, 50/1.0, 400/4.... <BR> <BR>You Canon people don't have anything on a Nikon 1200-1700mmm/5.6-8 zoom... or a 300mm/2.0... or a 10.5mm DX fisheye... or a 12-24mm DX wideangle... or a 200-400mm/4... should I keep going? <BR>Maybe I'll sell you some black spray paint or gaffer's tape so your lenses blend in with the good ones... <BR> <BR>If everyone's posting gear lists, I guess I'll post a few items... <BR> <BR>Nikon D2h <BR>Nikon F5 <BR>Nikon N90s <BR>Nikonos V w/35mm/2.5 lens <BR>Nikon 300mm/2.8 AF-S II <BR>Nikon 70-200mm/2.8 AF-S VR <BR>Nikon 12-24mm/4 DX <BR>Nikon 16mm/2.8 fisheye <BR>Nikon 105mm/2.8 Micro <BR>Nikon 50mm/1.8 D (this lens cost at least $80...heh) <BR>Nikon 24mm/2.8 <BR>Sigma 17-35/2.8-4 <BR>Nikon flashes: SB800 (2), SB28DX, SB26, SB105 <BR>PocketWizard MultiMAX (6) <BR>7GB's of CF cards <BR>Horseman LE 4x5 camera with 210/5.6 and 90/6.8 lenses <BR>Mamiya 645AFd medium format with 80/2.8 and 35/3.5 lenses <BR> <BR>Other tasty bits... <BR>Honda EU1000i portable gas generator <BR>Pelican Cases: 1660 (2), 1650, 1610, 1520, 1300 <BR>Custom water housings <BR>Full location lighting kit with 4 monolights, 2000w/s <BR> <BR>Eh, that's enough for now. For some reason, this seems like a pissing contest, though...

04-19-2004 7:55 PM

no , actually this gives me a great idea on what other people use,then i can ask ques and research it and then figure out what i wanna buy. for instance.... wats the differenc (price/quality) in the 1d vs 10d (canon), wats a pal ?? I now have learned that NIKON BLOWS <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/rofl.gif" border=0> and wat does all that crap about 1.3 crop mean!!!!!?????? thanks travi

richd 04-19-2004 8:19 PM

Without getting too technical the crop factor is a magnification factor due to the sensors in the digital cameras being smaller than a 35mm film frame. When you hear about a 1.3 crop that means the image is magnified 1.3 X and cropped as well to the equivalent of 1.3 times the focal length of the lens. So a 100mm telephoto on a full film frame becomes 130mm telephoto on a 1D or a 160mm on a 10d/Rebel. It's great if all you're shooting is telephoto. The problem starts when you want wide angle. You need very small WA lens's to get even normal perspective on a 1.6 crop factor digital cam. I'll let Mike or Garrett give you the full technical lowdown if they want to get into a lengthy explanation. <BR> <BR>PAL is the european video standard vs NTSC is in America/Japan. Pal video won't play back on our sets and vice versa.

garrett_cortese 04-19-2004 11:33 PM

Seems like it's my turn to pee in this little competition of ours... and Mike, I don't know what you're talking about with my white lenses... you know what I really use to make my wakeboarding images... <BR> <BR>-Kodak FunSaver Outdoor disposable camera w/ flash <BR>-Kodak Water &amp; Sport disposable camera for tube shots <BR>-a pinhole camera created out of empty toilet paper tubes for the artistic shots <BR>-sometimes I use a camera phone for lifestyle pics <BR>-when these options aren't readily available during a photo shoot, I break out my crayons and draw... <BR> <BR>If you have any questions, just check out this article: <BR><a href="http://wakeboarder.com/display.phtml?a=553" target="_blank">http://wakeboarder.com/display.phtml?a=553</a> <BR> <BR>Best, <BR>Garrett <BR> <BR>Garrett Cortese Photography <BR><a href="http://www.gacphotos.com" target="_blank">www.gacphotos.com</a>

scott_a 04-20-2004 2:19 AM

garrett's stuff > mike's stuff <BR>screw nikon! its all about kodak and crayola!!! <BR>classic!! <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0>

pyrosmurf 04-20-2004 3:49 AM

It's all true, this is straight from Garretts website... <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/87667/150342.jpg" alt=""> <BR> <BR>And I've actually seen pics from Mikes camera phone. <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0>

richd 04-20-2004 6:16 AM

"You Canon people don't have anything on a Nikon 1200-1700mmm/5.6-8 zoom" <BR> <BR>Can also serve as portable shoulder held missle launcher when not on camera! :-)

garrett_cortese 04-20-2004 9:20 AM

Nice, Josh. You know how I roll...


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