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Don't know if this is the right place to ask
But has anyone ever heard of a strap connected to the tripod mount failing?
Not from coming unscrewed but from something like constant bouncing from walking weakening the screw threads or something like that
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>Budget
£200 to £300 used
>Subjects
Wildlife and Race Cars
>Camera
Canon 70D
>Other requirements
Image Stabilisation (though it appears that most telezooms come with IS)

I'm not too concerned with how fast the lens is, but where I live it's overcast for 85% of the year so natural light can be at a premium
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>>4081271
it wouldn't surprise me, it's not what the tripod mount was designed for
use some thread lock or some ptfe tape to make it more secure
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>>4081275
Most of the information I found on Google from Blackrapid straps or other similar ones failing involved the mount itself coming loose over time. In this case, I don't mind checking the mount every day. However, I want information on whether or not the screw threads themselves get damage and to know if anyone's experienced the mount itself failing or pulling apart the body
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Here's my focal lengths from around 700 pics with my a6000 + kit lens. I want to buy a new lens for it, but I can't decide between the sigma 18-50mm, tamron, or a prime lens. I thought making this graph would help me but it hasn't. what do you think? maybe a 35mm 1.8 prime with oss + a wide angle zoom lens since I seem to be at 16mm quite a lot.
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>>4081337
I have the sigma 18-50mm and sigma 56mm
any specific questions you have?
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>>4081346
Do you ever have issues with the lack of stabilisation when holding the camera? do you find yourself wanting to go wider? do you regret buying either?
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>>4081346
>>4081349
ALSO would you swap for the tamron 17-70mm that has built in oss, a larger focal length and weather sealing
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>>4081271
If you shoot for a month without checking, it will eventually unscrew. If you just check the tightness every so often, you will be fine.
>>4081277
It's possible, and I've read a few accounts online, but never seen in person, and certainly not widespread enough online to concern me. I usually have a L-plate / grip on my cameras, so it screws into that rather than the camera directly.
For reference, I used BlackRapid for +10 years, HoldFast for +5 years, 0 issues.
>>4081337
You should pick lenses based on the type of pictures you want to take.
If you like the kit lens versatility, and just want a better version, 18-50mm. If you want something wider Sony 11 f1.8 or one of the ultrawide zooms. If you want to be able to take pictures that look more different than the kit, and get a lot better lowlight capability, I'd look at Sigma 30mm f1.4.
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>>4081349
>>4081350
>stabilization
I have an A6600 so I have some degree of stabilization. I don't really shoot video and I haven't had my camera long enough (~2 months) to have seen an instance where I REALLY needed IBIS for photography.
>wideness
In the past 2 months I mainly used my camera to take pictures of cosplayers at events so I didn't really need any sort of wideness there. I did go out for some nature/scenery photographs and never felt like 18mm wasn't enough (but I am a total amateur so make of that what you will).
>tamron 17-70
In my country, the Tamron 17-70 is 65% more expensive than the Sigma 18-50. When I was taking photographs of cosplayers, I was pretty much stuck between 45-50mm due to the space between myself and the cosplayers. The 56mm prime was very nice to use for cosplayers but the focal length was annoying to deal with because walking back to frame the cosplayer properly sometimes meant another photographer would get in your way.
In my case, the Tamron would be a lot more money for focal length I don't really need. If they were the same price I'd probably buy the Tamron.
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>>4081337
>sigma 18-50mm, tamron
Those are the 2 best options.
The Tamron is bulkier but higher image quality.
The Sigma is compact and lighter to carry around.

The Sigma is suitable if you eventually upgrade to APS-C with IBIS.
The Tamron is suitable if you use the A6000 for years to come. Or even if you do small upgrade to A6400 etc.
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I'M SICK OF WAITING FOR MY TWO 24MM F/2.8 LENSES TO ARRIVE
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>>4081359
IBIS is very useful for telephoto and no tripod
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>Uncle gave me his old F601
>changed the backdoor. TWICE.
>modded the latch hook so i get stronger
>now it doesn't want to properly load film
it might be a battery problem so it might cost me like 10 quids but fuck
those electronical SLR are nice and easy to use and the metering is perfect, but it's so breakable and so hard to fix...
Anyone can recommend me a similar model ? I might cop a F801 (but if a cheap f4 comes by i'm jumping on it)
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few short tele lenses ~75mm to 85mm, all wide open (f1.5 to f2.8)
curious how /p/ would rank them aesthetically / bokeh wise
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>>4081456
Upper right is probably the zoom lens.
Bottom right reminds me of those old lenses with swirly bokeh. But that's probably the 75mm.

Most people will probably prefer the bottom left one. It makes the background slightly softer than the upper left.
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>>4081456
They're all busy and distracting. I think that bottom right would look the best if proper aperture was used.
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>>4081274
an old rx10 if you can get one
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>>4081469
>if proper aperture was used
The cat-eyes usually means the apertures are fully opened.
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>>4081476
By proper it was meant f4 at the very least.
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Is there a reason to own both a DSLR and a mirrorless camera, especially if they're different brands?
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>>4081462
>>4081469
solid takes both
here's some 50's wide open
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>>4081456
>>4081514
fuji?
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>>4081518
Fuji bodies, some Fuiji lenses, some 7artisans, some voigtlander on gfx (ff crop)
>>4081456 is fuji 56 f1.2, 50 f2, 80 f1.7 (ff crop), 75 f1.5 nokton
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>>4081521
peak gearfag
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>>4081522
hell yeah, it's neat
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>>4081521
>56 f1.2
That one turned out surprisingly crap for being an F1,2.
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>>4081576
definitely is the oldest lens of the bunch, would be curious how the new 56 f1.2 performs
honestly surprised how close it is to the 80 f1.7 at full view, but the soap bubble look at 100% is no bueno
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>>4081274
EF 100-400 L IS
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>>4081264
im looking at pentax cameras to get one for outside stuff in the winter
im a bit poor so stuff like the k10d is a appealing choice and i hear that theres a certain thing to the CCD sensor inside of it
Is the k10d a good choice or should i just go with anewer choice like a k70 and save up for it
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>>4081939
Man just let the thread die instead bumping it with this nonsense.
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>>4081961
so can i ask my stupid question in the new one?
also, when was a new one made?
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>>4081963
Why do yo idiots always have to pretend you're the 10 billionth's prospective pentax customer on /p/? Shit got stale after customer number 9 billion.
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>>4081964
cuz pentax is cool?
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Is it safe to order used lenses from Calumetphoto?
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>>4081976
idk about that but the place i generally go to for secondhand lenses is MPB
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What sort of bag (if any) do you use if you're only bringing 1 camera and 1 lens?
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>>4082192
Don't you ever get bored of spamming the same questions again and again just to bump the thread?
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>>4082192
The sort of bag that fits said camera
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I've sold all my gear before university. Now having a good job with good payment I wanna get back to my hobby and invest in a new system. I'm not a big fan of DSLR style cameras and I also don't need the best performance. Went to a store and tried a Sony A7 and it feels def too bulky and "professional".

I love the rangefinder form and that classic look to it. So my two favorites currently would be:

Leica M11
>and a 50mm lens
>around 10k€

or
X-Pro3 (or the 40mp xpro4 in future)
>18mmf1.4WR
>33mmf1.4WR
>56mmf1.4WR
>around 4500€

So the full blown Fuji with all lenses I ever need and autofocus cost less than half of the leica with one lens. As I mostly photograph stills I think I could enjoy the manual focusing. I believe both cameras have perfect build quality, I don't care if the fuji is a bit worse. Only thing that makes me consider paying almost double for the M11 is because it's Full Frame with better(?) dynamic range, more details, ..

Really don't know which route to go. I'm afraid to buy the Fuji and after a year or two I notice that I would prefer FF. But maybe on the other hand this won't be the case at all? What do you think?
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https://www.amazon.com/IVISII-Rechargeable-360%C2%B0Full-2600-10000K-Adjustable/dp/B08D6R3Y4T/ref=sr_1_4

will these work for a key/back/fill light? any recommended tripods for them?
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>>4082235
Consider a used M10, M240, or even a Pixii. X-Pros are cool but don't have a true rangefinder OVF. Also, X100 > X-Pro.
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>>4082235
I would put M as more fun to use, but X-Pro a lot more functional.
M is a simple, refined experience, great IQ in a tiny size, but you have to work for it. Functionally limited to 28-90mm primes, or less if you have glasses. No video or other modern QOL features, but the focus peaking is honestly my favorite of all the brands.
X-Pro is capable of MF, and you can use the OVF, aren't stuck with focus & recompose, and can get greater focus accuracy than an M, but it's a lot slower in process since the ERF is off in the corner. If you really want to MF, just get the Leica, it's a much better MF experience, and the X-Pro's are much better with AF imo.
Aside from easier passing off a camera to a friend for a snap, it's Oktoberfest time, and a lot easier to shoot an X-Pro with a beer in one hand than an M. Brought my M to enough festivals this summer to be frustrated enough that I usually opt for an X-Pro for similar events now.
>I'm afraid to buy the Fuji and after a year or two I notice that I would prefer FF
picrel is Voigt 50 f2 APO on top (on 36mp FF) vs Fuji's 33 f1.4 on bot (x-pro3). For one of the optically best M-mount lenses and a 12mp advantage, the difference isn't as crazy as I'd expect. Setups are about the same size, but X-Pro would give AF, WR, more lens options, etc.
The shooting FF f1.4 all the time kinda bores me honestly, and anything short of that I can easily get with the X-Pro. Noise is the same if you account for field of view and depth of field (by not shooting ff f1.4). I honestly think I notice the difference in resolution more-so than anything else (like dynamic range), but an X-Pro4 would help with that.
>>4082258
>but don't have a true rangefinder OVF
No rangefinder mechanism, but OVF works similarly. It's closer to an M in operation and function than some actual rangefinders like a G2.

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>>4082279
Thank you anon, I appreciate your help. Sounds like it's gonna be the x-Pro for me. First the 3 and later the 4 after it releases. The new lenses like the 33mm you posted seem very sharp too.
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>>4081939
I copped a used K-5 for around $200, its got some surface scuffage but it works very well and had a low shutter count. A big reason I got it was the weather sealing, which ill say has worked pretty well, but as a poor you might want to consider lens availabilty. I was lucky enough to have relatives who all shot with pentax and had a good handful of different k-mounts around, but I dont often see good used ones aside from the old primes
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bros wtf should I sell my x100v for a $900 profit and get another camera lmao
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>>4082425
The FA 50/1.4 is pretty good for what it is out of those old primes
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>can't decide if my next lens should be an 20-70 or 70-300
tough choices...
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>>4082557
You don’t want a stinking 70-300, get a 300mm prime instead
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Would people call me a fag for this
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>>4082774
I'd call you based
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>>4082774
I'd call the police because I would find a dead body with a faggy camera on him
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You guys DO properly store your camera equipment ...right ?
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>>4082811
What is that gay shit lmao
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>>4082811
Quality trollolol, or genuine retard, can't decide.
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I made a thread about it, but I'm kind of torn on my fancy camera.
On the one hand it'll last me and I won't need anything else, it has all the functions and specs I need to take good astro and low light shots.
But on the other hand I never take it out as much as I like because its huge and something about it just feels intrusive.
If I downgrade I'll just be coping with gear I don't actually want, but it doesn't feel right to be keeping it, even though I spent months researching and ended up with a solid choice.
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>>4082853
time to embrace aps-c, dummie. Or mirrorless.
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>>4082855
but the specsheets said APS-C and mirrorless are shit for night and astro
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>>4082811
I have a drybox but I havent used it for maybe a decade.
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>>4082853
>>4082856
what camera do you currently have
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>>4082863
K1 II
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What a steal! 26usd for an xt4!
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>>4082881
lol
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>>4082864
Slap a Limited prime on it and hang it on your shoulder. Then go outside, go for a walk, go somewhere and there have a walk etc...
Then if you see something take a photo, experiment with composition, don't worry if you have 10000 worthless shots.

>have K-1 with 43/1.9
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Would people make fun of me for carrying this
My Zenit is making my neck hurt
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>>4083091
It's okay if you're thin. But it just looks really funny if you're fat because it adds to your fatness.
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>>4082856
the real astro camera use even smaller sensor than aps-c
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>>4082856
standard cameras are shit for astro no matter what sensor

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>>4083098
>t. normalfag
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The Canon EOS 2000D / Rebel T7 good first camera???
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>>4081264
I just bought a very very cheap lowepro aw tactic 450 II, seems good enough to carry a lot of shit but I kinda want now a low profile one. Something compact that doesnt scream Im a pokemon bug trainer like lowepro. Anything fashionable and urban?
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should I get a shoulder sling and wrist strap, or just one or the other?
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>>4083098
How?
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>>4083238
No active cooling, not built for low light, have various filters for IR, UV and pixel color etc…
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Are those new aliexpress sellers with zero reviews legit or scams?
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>>4083420
yes
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>>4083422
Because I want to but a q999h tripod and there are tripods for 25 bucks. Seems kinda fishy. Either they are overstocked or a scam
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>>4083426
Q999H goes for about 80 to 90 bucks on aliexpress.
Once I saw one for 75 bucks, but that was the absolute lowest.

>and there are tripods for 25 bucks
Doubt.
They wouldn't be the Q999H.
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>>4083426
This seller? Looks scammy to me
https://www.aliexpress.com/store/1102278217
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>>4083426
>>4083429
>>4083435
if the store is new sometimes they do it to get a better reputation and they jack up the prices.
Anyway if you don't get your shit Aliexpress just refunds you.
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>>4081264
>>4082774
what's shittier, a holga or a diana?
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>>4081264
>>4083796
>shitty cameras are named after women
What did they mean by this
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Will CHDK give me RAW possibilities on any IXUS (specifically IXUS 105)? I found a cheap IR converted one.
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>>4083874
Based on my research this is the case
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thoughts on using micro sd card+adapter versus full sized sd card?
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>>4083897
I prefer micro sd cards since I'm just a hobbyist and I can also use it for my other devices. but for professional use, I'd use sd cards since adapter may get loose over time. more contact pins, higher chance of contact issues.
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>>4081514
what's what here?
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>>4083897
Adapters have a lower speed than full-size SD cards. Wouldn't recommend
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>>4084573
ttartisan 50 f1.4 (m) // 7artisans 35 f1.2
7artisans 35 f0.95 // voigt 50 f1.5 II
voigt 50 f2 apo // fuji 35 f2
fuji 35 f1.4 // fuji 33 f1.4
m lenses on ff, rest are on x-mount
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Hey /p/edos I'm in the market for a 28mm compact point n shoot with autofocus, flash and an aperture of F4 or faster.

Budget 300 doll-hairs.

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>>4084578
Love you anon
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two gear questions: 24-70 or 70-300 more versatile? and for softboxes, what wattage/power level of bulb do I need to make sure I can shoot at minimum ISO? I've read some amazon reviews of different setups saying they still couldn't get perfect exposure with them or am I just overthinking this? I've been making do with an SB-800 bouncing off the wall but I'd like to try something different.
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>>4084582
used ricoh gr
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>>4084618
Out of budget
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Can I get some suggestions for a lightweight tripod that I can take hiking and backpacking for doing long exposure and landscape shots? I've had a few chinesium tripods but the ergonomics are frustrating and they don't always feel very stable especially on windy mountaintops. My biggest complaint is the jerky movement of the cheapo ball heads, ideally I'd like a tripod with a smooth ball head that can lock into place.
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>>4084669
>My biggest complaint is the jerky movement of the cheapo ball heads
That sounds like nonsense. It especially has nothing to do with the stability you also whinged about.
The heavier the more stable. It doesn't matter which country slapped on their sticker, it's simply physics.
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>>4084647
used XF10
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>>4084623
Some Pentax APS-C cameras are pretty cheap, go for one
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>>4084699
Sorry i thought it was clear enough that its a film compact im after. I should have specified further.
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I keep waiting for someone to list a Nikon 35mm 1.8G ED for $100 because they think it's the DX version, but it never happens.
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>>4084843
Cry about it
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I managed to pick up an olympus OM-2, a canon AE-1, and a minolta 7000 maxcum all for $175. The olympus came with 50 and 28mm lenses, the ae-1 only with the 50mm, and the maxcum with 50mm, 28mm, and a fuckhuge 70-210 macro lens. They all seem to work but the filters are kind of dirty, there's dust in the viewfinders, and one of the lenses for the olympus needs cleaned.

Did I get ripped off? I think this might have been a terrible deal.
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>>4085084
i'm sorry...
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>>4085084
>I got 3 bodies and 5 lenses for less than what a new point and shitty costs
Nah.
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>>4085098
*six lenses
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Im currently shooting with a EOS 3000, but it feels weird using L glass on that plastic body, so I've been on the hunt for a 1VHS. Im considering getting a beat up Nikon F5 instead, the waist level viewfinder appeals to me, and its quarter of the price of a 1V.

Can anyone share their experience with Nikon system? Is electromagnetic diaphragm on their glass something to worry about?
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How many cycles (completely written + formatted) do you use an SD card before tossing it?
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>>4085105
>Is electromagnetic diaphragm on their glass something to worry about?
If I recall correctly the E lenses have no aperture control on bodies that don't speak that language, which includes all film bodies. I believe that means you can only shoot at maximum aperture. Whether you care depends on what lenses you want to use, whether you also want to shoot digital on the same glass, etc. The benefit of it was billed in ads as more accurate exposure, since an electronically-actuated diaphragm can be more precisely controlled than the old smack-the-lever system, but the real reason was that it reduced Nikon's parts and assembly costs.

>>4085118
I don't throw them out based on cycles, but if one of them coughs up an I/O error of any kind (either in the camera or my computer, on read or write) then I toss it. Although almost always my camera complaining about a card error is due to that goddamned write-protect switch getting accidentally turned on. I hate that SD cards have that fucking thing.
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>>4085120
What sort of error would the camera display?
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>>4085131
"card err", which is spectacularly uninformative. (Nikon DSLR, maybe their new cameras tell you more)

but I've only had one card ever actually, die, 99/100 times its that it can't write a picture to the card because of that retarded write-protect thing.
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>>4085132
>but I've only had one card ever actually die
Over how long of a career?
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>>4085133
me as a photographer? like ten years or so? the card, no idea, I don't remember how long I had it, it was years ago
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>>4085120
>I believe that means you can only shoot at maximum aperture.
It depends if it's "self correcting" (idk the correct nomenclature, but I mean that it resets itself without needing a signal from the camera) you're fucked, but you can set up the aperture on a working camera, remove the lens without turning the camera off (they tend to reset the lenses) and use the lens in the body you want.
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>>4085098
I'm conflicted between selling them all and just buying a bronica or adding to the DSLR fund and keeping the OM-2

It's a slick camera. Even the light meter works.
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>>4085118
I only toss if I start to get errors with it in camera or on computer. I've seen many cards go bad in person, but only had 2 of my own in ~10 years. A 3rd where the physical casing broke. I still use a Sandisk 16GB Pro from like 2010 in one of my cameras, honestly crazy thinking all the pictures that have been taken with it.

>>4085105
The "E" basically cuts you off from a total of ~16 current FF lenses, and 1 is AF-P which won't doubly wont work. Half of those are the newest exotic telephotos, and another chunk are the modern tilt-shift. Of note that you miss out on: 8-15mm Fisheye, 28mm f1.4, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8, 105mm f1.4, 200-500 f5.6, 300 f4. For most of those, there are definitely older model options.
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>>4082811
Yeah I properly store it by throwing it in my camera backpack or putting the lenses I don't need in a free space on one of my bookshelves
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>>4082811
Why, yes.

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>>4081264
If I have the choice between X-H1+18-55, and EOS R+24-105 F/4-7.1 and 35mm1.8.
Which is better for mixed photo and video?

Or are they both shit, and I should try to get something like S5 or Z6 ( both more expensive in my area).
Please help, I am retarded and can't make decisions.
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Say hello to my new friend.
Bought it today in mint condition.
Prism & waist lvl finder. 120 & 220 backs, 75mm lens, speedgrip & crank
Paid 400€
Will get the correct battery for it tomorrow and shoot.
Bye

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What's a good prime lens (50mm) for the Sony A7 IV that has some soul to it? Something that's similar to the Fuji XF35mm1.4.
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>>4086262
This one
https://www.flickr.com/groups/sony-fe-50mm-f1-2-gm/pool/

And this one
https://www.flickr.com/groups/14802398@N22/pool/
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Is the Sony A7II still a good buy? I have a X system for traveling but I thought of buying a FF camera for indoor shooting at home. Combined with something like the Nokton classic 35mm F1.4. Together it's like less than 1000€.
Would spending a bit more for the A7III be worth it?
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>>4086381
>still
It was never a good buy.
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>>4085084
>Cleaned battery gunk from minolta
>get ready to test it properly
>the shutter blades look a little wonky but they'll probably work
>shutter jams 1/4 of the way open
RIP.

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>>4085084
>clean the AE-1 and sell it for 250$ to a dumb zoomette
>clean the fagolta and sell it to 200$ to dumb boomer
>keep the OM-2 because it's the second best SLR made by olympus (change the prism foam tho, even if it didn't corrode yet, it will soon and you can just throw the camera down the trash)
there, you made 3 time the price you got them for and kept some shit too, amazing.
>>4085197
go for the bronica, it's super fun and light (almost got one, but instead went for a RB67. No regrets)
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I fucked up. I'm a poorfag, found a Canon P in mind condition locally and bought it. Now I'm finding out LTM lenses are expensive as fuck.

Recommend me cheap lenses for this camera.

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