Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by thomor25, Oct 21, 2007.
Looking to get a 5d, whats the cheapeast place I could get one?
If you have to ask, you don't need one.
well I'm selling my d70s and looking to upgrade. I know places to look but just want to cover all the bases.
here my d70s and the stuff I'm selling
and here are some pictures I've taken with it. I need a better quality camera and I want to get into wedding pictures as well. This camera is ok but isn't cutting it.
here are some pictures with the lens that came with the kit
For light like that, you don't even have the right type of lens. Try fixing that first, then talk about getting a new camera. A new camera isn't going to help your pictures if you don't know how to use it. Your 90 f/2.8 is ok, but try getting something like an 85 f/1.8 or a 50 f/1.4 (f/1.8) and move closer to the stage.
Mind telling me what filter holding system that is, what size adapter rings those are, and what the two square filters are (I'm assumming grad ND filters of some sort).
I might be interested.
cheapest: dell a few months ago with coupon code and double rebate ($1800)
now its 2300 at B&H
or go used for 1900-2000
lol at quantary tele zoom
you mean you don't have one? All the pros have them. U = not a pro.
rings are 62 and 55 and cokin, holder is cokin
filters in the black holders is soft and moderate lens flare
the two quantaray filters are 55mm and one is uvhaze and the other is polarizer
Thanks for typing all that out, but sorry, not what I'm looking for. They looked a little bigger in the pictures.
There's one brand new on the Eugene, Oregon craigslist for 2100.
that concert I was 6th row
this concert below I was 4th row
Nice pics, I'm a JM fan myself. Try getting a prime lens like I said before you go off spending a shit load on a new camera.
These are from a Cartel concert I went to last week. Shot with my 30d and my cheap ass 50mm f/1.8:
nice stuff man
Agreed...Id say invest in glass, not a new body. A 5D with a shitty kit lens isn't gonna be any better than the D70 with the 18-70.