PanzerSGT

Lives in United States Ohio, United States
Joined on Jan 1, 2019

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  • Not that we still can't answer it, but it's 8 years old, so the first posts all have SUPER old digicams, while the latest posts will consider modern cameras from 8 years ago to be old. ************ ...
  • I've only got 5 actual camera bags.  Those are rookie numbers compared to some of you guys. Think Tank Airport Advantage roller bag Lowepro BP Protactic 350 AW II Lowepro Fastpack 350 A small ...
  • I don't bother with it.  It takes extra time and I don't see enough advantage.  I'm still shooting a 24mp sensor though and if I were shooting an A7RIV I might feel differently. I often see "future ...
  • The trinity from Tamron: 17-28mm f/2.8 28-75mm f/2.8 70-180mm f/2.8 And a Viltrox 85mm f/1.8 Since you said I have a body and nothing else I'd like to use the $1500 that's left over for a bag, a ...
  • My oldest digital camera is a Panasonic Lumix FZ-50 from 2006.  I still shoot it quite a bit too.  It's compact enough to throw in the bags on my bike or a compartment on my boat but still has ...
  • I've seen the same voltage listed for Sony and Nikon, but I don't know if it's accurate. These are available if it's an issue, but they cost more than the flash may be worth: https://www.bhphotovid ...
  • Just be careful, some of those old flashes can have trigger voltages of several hundred volts.  They will fry a modern camera.
  • I generally cull out the obvious trash during the initial review and keep the rest.  Storage is cheap and you never know what you might need in the future.
  • It depends on the system. For FF/35mm film its 28-75mm f/2.8 or 70-180 f/2.8. With my crop sensor camera it’s 17-50mm f/2.8 or 70-200mm f/2.8. So 4 total, or 2 per system. 75% of that 95% is with ...
  • If the flash is on-camera it’s usually in TTL and I adjust the flash compensation as needed.  If it’s off-camera or I’m using multiple flashes it’s manual.
  • It depends on what I am doing.  If I’m not expecting to do a lot of shooting i usually carry a messenger bag over my shoulder. If I expect to do a lot of shooting it’s on an OP/Tech strap over my ...
  • What is the difference between moving the saturation slider and letting the camera's 'vivid mode" do it for you?  You believe someone is less of a photographer if they have the skill to make edits ...
  • I agree with the others that you should start with something less expensive and learn the basics.  That will also give you a chance to find out what you need for your style of shooting.  You don't ...
  • Replied in Kodak Disk
    If I knew then what I know now, I'd agree.  However I was 12 at the time and it was a Christmas gift from my parents, who were not photographers.  Based on the advertising they probably thought ...
  • Working: (1) Minolta X-700 (2) Maxxum 7000i (3) Maxxum 500i (4) Maxxum 800i (5) Canon Eos Rebel S (passed down from my Dad)
  • Replied in Kodak Disk
    A Kodak Disk 3100 was the worst camera I've ever owned, it was also my first camera. I received it as a Christmas gift along with some Focal snap on auxiliary lenses in the mid 1980's. The image ...
  • Thanks, it was definatley worth the $60 I gave for it.  The ability to use old Minolta glass is one of my favorite things about the A-mount.
  • I'm a little late to the game but here are a few that were shot on my A77II with a 70-210mm f/4 (beercan) Chester Horsing around This one was actually shot with my A7ii and a Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 ...
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    Riding-22Riding-17Riding-3
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