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Mar 07, 2019 19:03 |  #3391

Snow on the bush, Just thought the bush looked cool as walked out to go to work this AM.


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Mar 08, 2019 04:47 |  #3392

A floating, golden, meditating monk in Brisbane...

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Mar 08, 2019 13:04 |  #3393

mhickman wrote in post #18824785 (external link)
Are you not reading my whole statement? Their terms say "Membership is available only for those individuals, (a) that are full time self-employed, or an employee of a professional imaging business" and I am self-employed, but not full time. I will try, but if they question it, I am not eligible. Also, would I like platinum? Of course, but I do not meet the requirements for that either as I only have so much Canon gear. Other stuff is Sigma.

Canon is happy to take your money for CPS and does not require proof of your status beyond having enough gear to qualify.




  
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Mar 08, 2019 13:55 as a reply to  @ deglopper's post |  #3394

That’s what I was hoping, but wanted to make sure. My 6Ds could sure use a good washing too.


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Mar 08, 2019 15:36 |  #3395

Anyone using a good strap they like with the weight of the R?
I need to ditch this Canon billboard.




  
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Mar 08, 2019 16:57 |  #3396

justdmbobbo wrote in post #18825492 (external link)
Anyone using a good strap they like with the weight of the R?
I need to ditch this Canon billboard.

I removed straps a couple years ago and haven't used them again yet, although I carry them just in case. The ones I chose were Tamrac or something like that, which detach if needed. Those are the ones stashed in my bag, and the Canon are stored at home.

Otherwise, I use a backpack for my camera and lenses. And when shooting, either that backpack, or a spiderpro holster or holdfast strap.


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Mar 08, 2019 17:57 |  #3397

justdmbobbo wrote in post #18825492 (external link)
Anyone using a good strap they like with the weight of the R?
I need to ditch this Canon billboard.

I have Op Tech Uni-Loops on my cameras.
https://www.amazon.com …_asin_title?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)
https://www.amazon.com …_asin_title?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

When I am wearing my backpack I attach to these straps on the backpack.
https://www.amazon.com …_asin_title?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

When not wearing a backpack I attach to an Op Tech Utility/Sling strap.
https://www.amazon.com …_asin_title?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

For air shows I attach to this Op Tech Dual Harness.
https://www.amazon.com …_asin_title?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

Hope this helps.


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Mar 08, 2019 18:41 |  #3398

I use the CPS strap for the 1d3 and 5d4 and peak design sling for the R and 5d classic


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Mar 08, 2019 19:34 as a reply to  @ justdmbobbo's post |  #3399

I recently switched to Peak Design system. A little pricy, but good reputation and are supposed to last.

If you sign up for the new Flickr “Pro” account, they offer a 20% discount code.

Easy to swap between strap:

https://www.amazon.com …psc=1&smid=A218​OXJPL4Z4AC (external link)

And hand grip:

https://www.amazon.com …y&sr=8-13&tag=googhydr-20 (external link)


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Mar 08, 2019 20:11 |  #3400

What? How?

nardes wrote in post #18825211 (external link)
A floating, golden, meditating monk in Brisbane...

Cheers

Dennis



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Mar 08, 2019 20:17 |  #3401

justdmbobbo wrote in post #18825492 (external link)
Anyone using a good strap they like with the weight of the R?
I need to ditch this Canon billboard.

I like the Peak Design. I replaced a Black Rapids that I used for years because I never liked how the camera flopped around at my hip.


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Mar 08, 2019 20:26 |  #3402

chuckmiller wrote in post #18825603 (external link)
What? How?

Google will reveal it all.
It's an elaborate metal hoax.
A base with steel frame built up through the pole, up the arm and joining a metal seat. All one piece structure hidden by loose clothing.
I'd hate to be on it if it all toppled.
Does look spectacular.



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Mar 09, 2019 00:46 |  #3403

First time I recall shooting sports. A small championship in Crescent City. Some of the middle school players were so tall and adept, that I thought they were seniors at first.


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Mar 09, 2019 02:17 |  #3404

chuckmiller wrote in post #18825603 (external link)
What? How?

avondale87 wrote in post #18825610 (external link)
Google will reveal it all.
It's an elaborate metal hoax.
A base with steel frame built up through the pole, up the arm and joining a metal seat. All one piece structure hidden by loose clothing.
I'd hate to be on it if it all toppled.
Does look spectacular.

What I find quite amazing, is how still and composed the character is. Passers by are often taken aback when they believe him to be a dummy and then he suddenly moves, scaring the pants off them.:-)

All tips are gratefully received and he dispenses Buddhist sayings from his jar.:-)

Cheers

Dennis

EDIT: added another photo from a different angle...quite a challenge to grab a shot with as few folks in the BG and FG as possible - yes they did walk in front of me, eyes glued to iPhones...:rolleyes:


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Mar 09, 2019 15:46 |  #3405

Just trying a little panning with the R. Did pretty well as long as the operator kept the focus on the car. :-P


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