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  1. #26
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    Canon ftw!

    40D... some lenses... some lighting.

    I'm super budget

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    Nikon D300
    Nikkor 50 1.8
    Nikkor 70-300 4-5.6
    Sigma 18-50 2.8
    Tokina 11-16mm 2.8
    Nikon SB-600 X2

    Nikon D60 (FS)
    18-55 4.5-5.6 Kit

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    sony a700
    sony a100
    18-70
    sigma17-35 2.8
    sony 11-18
    sony 56 flash
    so much more stuff i want..
    i have no moneys
    -Matt


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    Nikon D50
    Nikon 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G
    Nikon 50mm f/1.8
    Tamron 55-200mm F/3.5-5.6

    Now Im looking into lighting equipment, but Im a NoOb and have no idea what I would need.
    Last edited by ProjektONE; 06-16-2009 at 09:20 AM.

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    ^^^ If you don't know just ask here, there are many people that can lead you in the right direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis C View Post
    ^^^ If you don't know just ask here, there are many people that can lead you in the right direction.
    I have 2 SB-600s and want a decent, reliable remote trigger option. I have looked at pocket wizard and talked to mike about CyberSync, but neither seem to have a solution for speedlights (for nikon at least for pocket wizard has suff for cannon and coming for nikon later this year) any suggestions, or on a decent priced set of strobes?

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    d40.
    18-55mm
    50mm
    55-200mm

    I need more money.

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    Nikon D90
    18-105mm

    Im a newb.

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    I want Alien Bees but I have no idea which one. Help!!

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    I might suggest that if you don't know, you might not be ready to invest in ABs. Otherwise, just get the B800.

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    Hmmm just picked up a D300 Buh bye D50...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis C View Post
    Hmmm just picked up a D300 Buh bye D50...
    Jealous. Nice pick up.

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    Just recently made the swap from D40 to 40D.
    so far I'm pretty happy with it.

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    D50
    D90

    18-55mm AF-S f/3.5-5.6 (for sale)
    18-105mm AF-S f/3.5-5.6
    70-300mm AF-S f/4.5-5.6 (for sale)
    50mm AF-S f/1.4 (for sale)
    12-24mm AF-S f/4 (trading soon for the new 10-24mm to get a little wider)

    SB400
    SB600

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Burroughs View Post
    I might suggest that if you don't know, you might not be ready to invest in ABs. Otherwise, just get the B800.
    Im looking for a setup I can grow with and not out grow.

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    I had an oldschool 300D. I seriously lost it, but I think I got jacked because I am also missing about $500 in tools recently. Either way, I have been playing with my friends D70 and my sisters D40. I can safely say I am going to make the switch to Nikon. I have grown fond of their camera setups now. Even though 90% of my friends shoot canon.

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    Go with your gut, but i'll back you all the way with Nikon

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    I definitely want to make the switch, I prefer how you adjust the shutter and apeture on the Nikon formats much much more than Canon, but I intially went canon way way way back when I was on film and never looked back till now.

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    Have you used a "modern" Canon body to compare to this Nikons?

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    i use canon for all my point and shoots, very easy and great feel but for my dslr nikon felt better in my hands. i dont care how much something is rated; if it doesnt feel right, i wont use it.

    go with what feels better to you. canon is cheaper then nikon, nikon has superior glass to canon, canon and nikon bodies are almost the same when compared. i think the last rating i saw was the new canon and nikon d5000 and one was 98 the other 97, they are that close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digitalwave View Post
    Have you used a "modern" Canon body to compare to this Nikons?
    Yes, I used to have a 5D for a bit but decided to sell it only have a short time owning it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProjektONE View Post
    Im looking for a setup I can grow with and not out grow.
    I'm just telling you, you'll learn a lot more with some speedlites first. If you dive head first into ABs, you'll have them and not know what to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Burroughs View Post
    I'm just telling you, you'll learn a lot more with some speedlites first. If you dive head first into ABs, you'll have them and not know what to do.
    GOTCHA!! The price of the AB's is a nice price point compared to the Nikon flash. Ill take a look.

    Thanks

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    Canon Rebel XT body
    28-135 f3.8-5.6 EF
    10-22 EF-S wide angle

    plus the little 18-55 that came with the body
    -George
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    I use this:

    Dylan Leff - www.originalplate.com

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