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    I was actually thinking of using my old 35mm cameras and experiment. I still have my Canon AE-1 and a Yashica Minister D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joint Chiefs of Staff View Post
    Most excellent tripod. Not even slight bending even at full length even with a full load on the head with over 40km wind gust (D300/D10/f2.8 70-200mm) <<<Some serious weight.

    Speaking of a ball/head, make sure you pay the money for a good one with over 25-50lbs of load. It'll cost you from around $250-450 for a most excellent one.

    Swing over to Adorama and B&H and read the reviews. Don't do like I did and skimp on my first ball/head/plate. lol Pay the coinage and you will not be disappointed.
    I got this one. I can raise it up to 57":



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    # Professional Foam Grip
    # 3-Way Fluid Panhead
    # Rapid-Action Locks Legs
    # Built In Bubble Leveling
    # Deluxe Soft Case
    # 3-Sec.Aluminum Legs

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    Surprisingly, I love this beast but it's nothing I'd want dangling off my neck on a motorcycle ride.



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    I forgot to mention that i still have my Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm and a couple of lenses...
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    Canon
    Model EOS Rebel G
    MPN ACC54798, eos500
    UPC 027075041318, 082966123665, 82966123856

    Key Features
    Camera Type SLR (Single Lens Reflex)
    Film Type 35mm
    Lens Mount Canon EF
    Battery Type 2 x 3V Lithium Battery (CR-2)

    Focus
    Focus Type Autofocus, Manual Focus
    Number of Focusing Points 3

    Shutter
    Shutter Speed 30 to 1/2000 sec
    Maximum Flash Sync Speed 1/90 sec

    Exposure
    ISO Range - Automatic Setting ISO 25 - 5000
    ISO Range - Manual Setting ISO 6 - 6400
    Frames per Second 1 fps
    Manual Shooting Modes Aperture Priority, Fully Manual, Program Shift, Shutter Priority
    Light Metering Modes Center Weighted, Partial Metering, TTL

    Flash
    Flash Recycling Time 2 sec
    Red Eye Reduction With Red Eye Reduction
    Flash Guide Number 39

    Film Transport
    Film Auto Transport Loading, Prewind, Rewind, Transport

    Viewfinder
    Eye Relief 18.5 mm
    Viewfinder Frame Coverage 90%
    Viewfinder Magnification 0.7X

    Dimensions
    Depth 2.44 in.
    Height 3.63 in.
    Width 5.63 in.
    Weight 12.32 Oz

    Miscellaneous
    Automatic Shooting Mode Fully Auto, Landscape, Macro, Night, Portrait, Sports
    Additional Features Auto Exposure, Interchangeable Lenses
    Release Date September, 1996

    Canon EF 35-80mm f/4-5.6 AF Mark III 3 Lens
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    Quantaray 70-300mm LDO Macro:
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    Quantaray 500mm f/8 Reflex Mirror Lens
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    This rig has not seen the light of day for a decade at least...
    Last edited by Bastid; 09-25-12 at 10:27 PM.
    Every normal man must be tempted at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.
    I often wonder if the voices in my head ever get frustrated because I'm just too damn lazy to climb that clock tower.
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