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Jul 29, 2011 18:43 |  #1411

Wrong with the tripod? na its brand new homie. the head is all good from what i can see too.

Well i did take it out of the box but i did not open it. stick my camera on it etc etc


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Jul 29, 2011 19:25 |  #1412

Wrong with either of them, being new isn't a guarantee. I would seriously try them out, for all you know there could be a non-visible part that's broken and stops it from functioning correctly.


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Jul 29, 2011 19:30 as a reply to  @ The Ran's post |  #1413

Looks like this thread got hijacked. That's a shame! :confused:




  
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Jul 29, 2011 23:56 |  #1414

gce wrote in post #12845721 (external link)
Looks like this thread got hijacked. That's a shame! :confused:

Let fix that shall we. ;) Something a bit different from the norm on here. :D

Here is the setup:

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http://www.flickr.com …evan_pulurian/4​271049160/ (external link)

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Canon TC 80N3 wired remote. I think the remote setting were set to shoot at intervals of 10 min and forgot the amount of shots, I would have to go back in LR and check them out.
Gitzo 3541LS 6x Carbon fiber tri-pod Manfroto 488 midi ball head
Shot in the AM when the flowers were closed and ready to open.

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Jul 30, 2011 00:21 as a reply to  @ S.E.V.'s post |  #1415

The Ran wrote in post #12845698 (external link)
Wrong with either of them, being new isn't a guarantee. I would seriously try them out, for all you know there could be a non-visible part that's broken and stops it from functioning correctly.

wel li tried it out. nothing wrong with it as i can see

gce wrote in post #12845721 (external link)
Looks like this thread got hijacked. That's a shame! :confused:

How is the thread hijacked? am i discussing about fairy god mothers and angels? ;)


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Jul 30, 2011 00:34 |  #1416

S.E.V. wrote in post #12846810 (external link)
Let fix that shall we. ;) Something a bit different from the norm on here. :D

Here is the setup:
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And the result:

http://www.flickr.com …evan_pulurian/4​271049160/ (external link)

Canon 1D3.
Canon 24-70f2.8L.
Canon TC 80N3 wired remote. I think the remote setting were set to shoot at intervals of 10 min and forgot the amount of shots, I would have to go back in LR and check them out.
[COLOR=Black]Gitzo 3541LS 6x Carbon fiber tri-pod[:D/COLOR] Manfroto 488 midi ball head
Shot in the AM when the flowers were closed and ready to open.

Sevan

Awesome!!


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Jul 30, 2011 01:03 |  #1417

^how long did you shoot that for? looks about half a day?


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Jul 30, 2011 01:32 |  #1418

Andy R wrote in post #12846989 (external link)
^how long did you shoot that for? looks about half a day?

Thanks guys, I don recall maybe for a few hours, I just simply set the remote and walked away, then came back and stopped it. I will look it up later.


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Jul 30, 2011 03:48 |  #1419

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Jul 30, 2011 03:59 |  #1420

jonneymendoza wrote in post #12845440 (external link)
just bought the 055 but got the 496 head instead as it was half price. should eb ok for my 70-200m lens innit?
says it can take a max of 7kg so should be fine. have not opened and tried it yet. stuck it straight inside my luggage as im heading to the philippines tomorrow morning. going to sleep in a bit as i gotta be up in 5 hours LOL

The 496 will be OK for you. It is only a matter of being able to pan easier with the 498. You'll like the set-up. Post Philippines pics when you get some!


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Jul 30, 2011 13:17 |  #1421

S.E.V. wrote in post #12847024 (external link)
Thanks guys, I don recall maybe for a few hours, I just simply set the remote and walked away, then came back and stopped it. I will look it up later.

no overheating? i read the 5d ii shouldnt be used longer than 15 min or so for vid. maybe thats just the lcd being on or other bodies are diff?


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Jul 30, 2011 14:06 |  #1422

john_galt wrote in post #12848566 (external link)
no overheating? i read the 5d ii shouldnt be used longer than 15 min or so for vid. maybe thats just the lcd being on or other bodies are diff?

He wasn't recording video, he was taking photos every 10 minutes or so. He then made those into a time lapse video.


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Jul 30, 2011 17:45 |  #1423

The Ran wrote in post #12848784 (external link)
He wasn't recording video, he was taking photos every 10 minutes or so. He then made those into a time lapse video.

What The Ran said. Great use for the Canon TC-80N3 wired remote or any remote similar to it. Quicktime player does the rest. Plus It was done with the Canon 1D3 and not the 5D II.


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Jul 30, 2011 18:15 |  #1424

I'll be doing some of the same when my Trigger Trap comes. That reminds me, there's only 18 hours left to get one for $75, after that they go up to $125.

https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1063932


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Jul 30, 2011 18:41 |  #1425

Crazy_Guitar wrote in post #12831081 (external link)
Vin: I wanna see those Marshall stacks! ;)

They can be seen on my flickr page under my 'studio' album :-)
All the very best.
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