From theweb site - its handy to get an idea on focal lengths if your just starting out.
It only applies to focal length e.g. mm not specifically
Focal Length Comparison
Very Handy, Thanks Michael
Last edited by Roof; 25-09-2007 at 6:37am. Reason: I mispelled your name
Nikon D600 -/- Nikon 24-70 f/2.8 -/- Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VR -/- Nikon SB800 -/- and a bunch of accessories
Throw it off a 2 story building and watch all theusers cry
I swear to god,users are the Mac users of the camera world
... please dont tell me you have a Mac as well !
/camera spins and pulls away as ploddy screams
Very handy indeed, thaks for sharing it mate
Sony Alpha A100 / Sony 75-300 f4.5-5.6 / Sony DT 18-70 f3.5-5.6/ Manfrotto 190XproB tripod and 804RC2 head/Manfrotto 785SHB tripod
thanks for sharing guys! all added to bookmark and will take a look when I'm free...
Yeah Mirror, I also use a 80mmscope but that maxes out at 900mm
You know, I would be interested to catch up some time and pick your brain about Astro photography. Looking at getting a scope soon and could do with a bit of insight - if your up for it?
Smart move..........don't trust sales people.
I hope you're not one of them Andrew......Sorry
I can explain this sarcasm
Last edited by Roof; 01-11-2007 at 8:43pm. Reason: Added comment
Photography by Tim Wilson
Canon EOS-5D Mark II | 70-200/2.8L IS | 17-40/4L | 100/2.8 Macro | 50/1.8 | 580EX | 420EX |
Note on critique: Please feel free to rip my pics to shreds - I can take it
1: Eat Macs immediately. I suggest a condiment of some type, makes them go down easier.
2: Buy PC
3: Purchase this and send to me http://www.canon.com.au/products/vis...2.8lisusm.aspx
This should do the trick.