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Best camera lenses for Disneyland ?! Help !

 
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Mar 25, 2016 15:47 |  #16

A note about using rails & poles, this is quite true.

I take my Ultrapod II around with me all the time for that reason. You can often make anything into your stable base and it will hold smaller cameras just fine.

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Mar 25, 2016 16:01 |  #17

Scatterbrained wrote in post #17947442 (external link)
I use a Sirui T2205x travel tripod (external link). The rule is that it has to be able to stow in a backpack. They basically don't want pro video tripods at the park, and they don't want 4ft long tripods hanging off of peoples sides.

From the permitted items policy.

Thanks a bunch! That's perfect because I also have the Sirui T2205X myself!


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Mar 25, 2016 19:42 |  #18

MalVeauX wrote in post #17948467 (external link)
A note about using rails & poles, this is quite true.

I take my Ultrapod II around with me all the time for that reason. You can often make anything into your stable base and it will hold smaller cameras just fine.

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jeeze, I wonder if this works on the a7r + pancake lens. Nearly double the weight of the EOS-M, but worth the weight.


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Mar 25, 2016 19:59 |  #19

Charlie wrote in post #17948739 (external link)
jeeze, I wonder if this works on the a7r + pancake lens. Nearly double the weight of the EOS-M, but worth the weight.

It held an APS-C with a Tokina 11-16 F2.8 II pretty nicely. So it should handle the A7R + Pancake.

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Mar 27, 2016 11:35 |  #20

I just got back from Disney World in Florida. We took 183 teenagers on a school spring break trip.
I took my Canon backpack with the ef 8-15mm f4, 24-70mm f2.8L II and 70-200mm f2.8L II. My camera is the 1Ds Mk III.

Although the Ds3 is pretty limited in high ISO by todays standards, it is possible to get night time shots.


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Mar 27, 2016 11:38 |  #21

Oh, yes, BTW, I did take my Powershot 1Gx along too.


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Mar 29, 2016 13:29 |  #22

I've been to Disney many times.

Canon 15-85 plus a sigma 30 f1.4
Never needed anything else.

You can use 18-55 depending on how you shoot.
But definitely at night we will need a faster lens.
Bring the 50 for sure but I found it too long. There are too many people walking and you have to stand pretty far back for a 50 body shot.


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Mar 29, 2016 14:56 |  #23

Lexar wrote in post #17953528 (external link)
I've been to Disney many times.

Canon 15-85 plus a sigma 30 f1.4
Never needed anything else.

I can see this being a good combination. I have liked using the 17-50/2.8 OS and a 85/1.8.


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Mar 29, 2016 17:20 |  #24

FEChariot wrote in post #17953619 (external link)
I can see this being a good combination. I have liked using the 17-50/2.8 OS and a 85/1.8.

That works well too but more lenses swapping.

Again depends on your shooting style.


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Mar 29, 2016 19:29 |  #25

Lexar wrote in post #17953780 (external link)
That works well too but more lenses swapping.

Unless you have to swap because you need a larger aperture...


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