I'm looking for a bang for the buck digital video camera (at least 1080p capable) and an external microphone. I'm planning to use it for vlogging and singing, nothing more. I'm just looking for something to do the job for reasonable price, nothing professional.
I'm a complete n00b and I know nothing about video cameras so...
>>2733978 1. Gear Thread. Use it. 2. For hking you will need something rugged and weather sealed. Go for a Pentax K-50 or K-S2 with WR (weather resistant) kit lens and the HD DA 55-300 telezoom. You are welcome.
Anyone use an LCD loupe for stills? Thinking about getting one for my E-M5 for portraits since I'm not a huge fan of it's EVF and I use a manual focus lens for my portraits. I'm interested in others' experiences using them for still photography.
>>2733863 You would not be the first to do this, and the people who do it find it very effective, though ergonomically fiddley. I've seen a few behind the scenes videos of people making great lifestyle and boudoir style portraits using that setup.
I am a photographer of 4 years who shoots with a 60d, I shoot primarily people for newspaper shots, coverage of events as a freelancer, and real estate.
I am pushing my camera to the max and need to upgrade and im considering either a 6d or 7dmark 2.
I shoot in a lot of dark places so i need to get better light performance, Im leaning towards a 6d but one thing that concerns me is the focusing issues i hear about, are they true. Also i am not sure if my lenses will work on the 6d.... heres my gear below...
All are Canon official lenses, no 3rd party 17-40 f4 lseries 24mm 2.8 50mm 1.4 85mm 1.8 10-22mm lenses(use this for realty, but 6d will not work with it right and why?)
canon 430 exII with a rogue flashbender softbox kit i use attached on camera
My buddy posted an original drawing on /x/ and he sent it to me, asking me to turn it into a picture on the computer. He drew it in a notebook and I turned it into this. I'm pretty proud of the both of us. Any comments? I'll post his drawing in his notebook below.
Which one should i get /p/? The Reflekta is cheaper, but honestly i'm leaning more on the Flexaret Automat. I'll be shooting landscapes. Also is it going to be hard for me to find a stand? It shouldn't be right? This will be my first medium format camera.
What are your favorite film rangefinders? I've never shot with one before but I'm thinking about picking one up. I found a good deal on a leica m3 but it's still super expensive. I've heard that they have the best viewfinders but I could also save some money and get a Canon P or Canon 7 for a fraction of the price. What do you think?
>>2733662 honestly, if you're planning on shooting with only a 50mm, you can't get a better option than the konica iiia
-great lens, based on the zeiss planar -outstanding build quality -very compact, more so than any interchangeable lens rangefinder -1x magnification viewfinder, very bright, meaning focusing is a breeze, and you don't even have to close the other eye -dirt cheap compared to other high end rangefinders because hipsters haven't learned about it yet (I got mine in near mint... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2733662 I shoot an M3 and a couple screw mount Leicas, the M3 is a tank and lovely to use. That said I enjoy my IIIf for its compact size.
Leica for a film rangefinder, in my opinion is always your best choice because of it's resale value. You will always get your money back when it comes time to sell and sometimes make a little. Prices though range from stupidly expensive to relatively cheap, the same goes for repairs and you will need repairs.
The best viewfinder I have ever seen on a rangefinder was on a Zeiss Ikon. Lovely camera but feels a little cheap to me for the price.
of the cameras I have owned or shot -Minolta CLE (also Leica CL) - cheap entry into the M mount system -Leica IIc and IIIf (screw mount variants) - fun compact, can be frustrating having a separate viewfinder and rangefinder -Leica M3 - beautiful camera that can be expensive or cheap, repairs can be expensive. .91 rangefinder only has lines for 50,90,135 -Leica M6 - had one for a month or so, .72 finder was nice and versatile but it didn't offer anything my m3 didn't. -Hasselblad x-pan - really neat camera, the panoramic view is great and everything looks like magic with it. I cant justify the price though. -Zeiss Ikon - best finder - best meter - feels like a Nikon FE
Honorable mention Rollei 35 - not a rangefinder but interesting little camera. easily pocketable with a great lens (I had the Tessar)
I am going on a trip in a few days and am looking for a good camera that can take some decent shots of the strip from my hotel room. I am assuming I'll need a camera that can support high altitude shots. I can't find much on google, anyone have suggestions?
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