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What lenses to use at Coachella?

 
robtk
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Apr 13, 2011 00:37 |  #1

Obviously I'd like to take everything each day, but with the weight in my bag I think I'll be splitting it up - especially because I'm planning on bring my glidecam at least one day. Everything listed is in my sig, 11-16, 18-135, 50 and my 80. Definitely gonna want my Tokina, but I think I'll prob ditch out on my 50. I use my 18-135 less and less these days, but it might be perfect for an event like this.

What lenses have you guys used in the past at festivals or events of this nature?


5Dmkii ~ Zeiss 21mm f/2.8 ~ Canon 35L

  
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ipood
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Apr 13, 2011 00:42 |  #2

are you allowed to bring all of that into coachella or are you official :D?

im super jealous and wish i could go to coachella, but the reason i ask is because ive been turned away at the gates and have had to walk back to my campsite trying to get into a music festival with my 20d + 50 1.8 back in the day.

Edit: i was curious so i googled it.

http://www.coachella.c​om/event/rules-faq (external link)

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That's what you have to worry about, but if they do allow a 7D less is more in terms of lenses to not attract attention to yourself.


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Apr 13, 2011 00:53 |  #3

Yeah i just noticed this. Gah. Luckily I have a friend in the camping site, I think I'm gonna try to sneak one in on Saturday and just walk back to her spot if I'm shot down. Heard it's kinda hit or miss with the guards.


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Apr 13, 2011 01:23 |  #4

Got my 7D into a show with non pro cameras in.. Have someone else bring the lens in and keep the body without a lens. Flat camera = non pro..

No rule about bringing in lenses with no camera =P


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