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Mar 10, 2019 18:25 as a reply to  @ post 18826420 |  #3421

Their plates are smaller than most. I use a tripod pretty frequently, so it is a plus for me, especially since it is Arca compatible. They also have a “mini” plate for smaller cameras. Perfect for the GX9 that I’ll be getting this week.

I’ve noticed that connecting shoulder strap to bottom and one side, the camera carries better than when the strap is connected to both sides.

If you don’t want a plate, they also have a very small mount available as well. It gives you two points to mount the tab things that connect into the straps.

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Mar 10, 2019 19:15 |  #3422

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Mar 10, 2019 20:15 |  #3423

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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.

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I've been using Peak Design products since they came out, I highly recommend their stuff!


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Mar 10, 2019 21:55 |  #3424

What SD cards is everyone using with the R? should I upgrade to UHS-2 cards?


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Mar 10, 2019 23:15 as a reply to  @ white venom's post |  #3425

Delkin Prime/Power, both uhs-ii. I'm not sure at what point you would notice the difference but I know video is one area that you might need the speed. I don't know how much it would affect buffer clearing for high speed but that was the main reason I went with uhs-ii, I didn't want to be held back by a card ever.


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Mar 11, 2019 04:05 |  #3426

white venom wrote in post #18826779 (external link)
What SD cards is everyone using with the R? should I upgrade to UHS-2 cards?

I am using a UHS 2 on mine, I have older versions and I did use them on the R when I got it. They were working fine and honestly I got the UHS 2 out of curiosity.


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Mar 11, 2019 07:34 |  #3427

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What SD cards is everyone using with the R? should I upgrade to UHS-2 cards?

I've been using a Sandisk Extreme Pro 95 mb/s SDXC 1, V30 128gb card from the start and it does everything very smoothly… 4K, 1080, even C-log 8 bit has no issue.
I do have a Lexar SDXC II but the extra cash did nothing for the camera or me..

Some will tell you they get one or two extra images before they hit the buffer… that's around 47 / 48 images… personally I rarely hold it down that long… can't remember the last time actually.


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Mar 11, 2019 11:07 as a reply to  @ post 18826402 |  #3428

Hello I am not understanding why you are using a 160 shutter speed?


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Mar 11, 2019 14:59 as a reply to  @ N2bnfunn's post |  #3429

To achieve a panning blur effect in the background and the foreground. It gives the picture a feel of motion.


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Mar 11, 2019 15:23 as a reply to  @ N2bnfunn's post |  #3430

The dragster is not up to speed yet. The shots in the middle of the race will be more dramatic if you pan your shots with a low speed shutter.. Shots from the line would probably better at a higher speed but then you would need to drop your ss for the rest of the race if you plan to pan your shots.

You may have a whole second to change the shutter speed at that point. :-(


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Mar 11, 2019 15:35 |  #3431

I was trying the new camera out in the panning mode. I really didn't want to start changing the exposer. Just a little lazy I guess. :-P
PS You still get the feeling of motion from the tire/wheel spinning.


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Mar 11, 2019 16:41 |  #3432

JoelBosco wrote in post #18825604 (external link)
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 11, 2019 19:01 |  #3433

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Mar 12, 2019 04:21 |  #3434

Messing with the Canon R, the 50mm f1.2L, the Minolta SRT101, my cherry bonsai tree,, lamp, lights and lightroom

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Mar 12, 2019 15:52 |  #3435

Wonder what the EXIF looks like on this.. SOOC to phone to LR App, lol.


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