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Anyone need a Crumpler 6MDH? I have one that I don't use anymore. It's the older model with the single buckle in olive/tan.

Don't know at what price yet, but I definitely need to get rid of it.
Edited by Dream Killer - 6/4/11 at 1:11pm
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post #412 of 659
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What's in your camera bag?

I am currently using the following gear:

Body
Canon 40D
Canon 5D MKII

Glass
Canon EF 85mm f/1.2 L
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS
Canon EF 180mm f/3.5 L
Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5
Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS

You didn't feel like you were bragging when you started the thread off with this did you? Because you shouldn't- you're awesomeness is overclocked & undervolted. Meaning you're compensating for small girth.

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Anyone need a Crumpler 6MDH? I have one that I don't use anymore. It's the older model with the single buckle in olive/tan.

Don't know at what price yet, but I definitely need to get rid of it.
Reading your tutorial now. Good stuff. How do you pair like $2000 lenses with a (relatively) inexpensive DSLR?

And I greatly appreciate what you said about spending that $2000 for a trip to Yosemite. One of the reasons I went back to a camera shop after purchasing my Sony A33 for the kit lens was because I wanted to have a lot of experience with mediocre glass before I spent a lot on the better stuff.

One of the things I am wondering, though, is do you see diminishing returns when spending more and more on lenses? Like comparing a $200 18-55 to the $1200 17-55 to the $2000 (?) 24-70 do you see a much smaller improvement moving from the 17-55 to the 24-70 at 35mm? I realize the 24-70 is a full frame lens, but I think the question is still valid.
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on a crop sensor the difference between the kit 18-55 and 17-55 is like night and day.

the 24-70 zeiss (if your still shooting sony) is pure gold and theres no 17-50/2.8 sony now. probably the sharpest normal zoom on any system. but i wouldnt recommend it if you are planning on a long hike on yosemite. i made that mistake taking my a900 + 24-70z on 1/2 dome......you get so tired you dont really want to shoot when u go up to the top.
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50D, Tokina 11-16 f/2.8
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post #415 of 659
Not sure if I ever updated, but:

Bag: Lowepro Exchange Messenger (Grey)

Canon EOS 50D
Sigma 30mm f/1.4 HSM
Yongnuo YN-468 Flash
Wireless Flash Transmitter/Receiver


Canon AE-1 Program
Canon FD 50mm f/1.4


Two spare Canon BP-511A batteries
Two spare 8GB CF cards
Microfiber Cloth


Rolls of Velvia 50/Ektar 100
Spare 6V PX-28 battery


Pack of 5 Gum in Spearmint

Yes, all of it really does fit.
post #416 of 659
Holy crap, thats a cheap bag. I almost bought it and then I realized I just used my school backpack for everything.
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Holy crap, thats a cheap bag. I almost bought it and then I realized I just used my school backpack for everything.
Bought it on sale for $20. It doesn't have much in the way of padding, but with the environments I shoot in that's not really a huge concern for me. Fits my needs well. It's small, light, yet can carry a surprisingly good amount of equipment without bulging out unattractively

And my Snoop is now my school bag. Love it.
post #418 of 659
I only usually bring 2 extra lenses max (35L + whatever 35L ALWAYS GOES), so I have no need for a bag.
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I only usually bring 2 extra lenses max (35L + whatever 35L ALWAYS GOES), so I have no need for a bag.
How do you carry around your extra lenses though without a bag?
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I have no idea.
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