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Camera Lenses And Flashes
iKan IBG Explorer Bag Holds 1-2 Pro D-SLR Cameras with 6-8 Lenses, Flash and Accessories, Laptop with a Screen up to 17"
In the field, the most important accessory besides a good tripod is a durable equipment bag. Every DSLR and pro-video shooter knows that to protect your expensive investment, you need a gear bag that can hold up to the rigors of being out in the field. The ikan line of DSLR and video bags is affordable, protective and well-constructed.This bag can handle anything and everything! With enough space and compartments for 1 or 2 pro DSLR camera bodies, a 17" laptop, 6-8 lenses, a pro flash and other accessories, the All In One Bag is the perfect solution for the one man band. For your next traveling assignment, or as a carry-all solution, the All In One Bag is the perfect fit for your entire camera kit.
My family portrait
So what's the armoury now then? From left to right:
20mm f/2.8 USM - Weird FOV, semi-wide lens that I rarely play with, but should do ...
70-200mm f/4L IS USM - one of my newest members and the first lens to cost comfortably more than my camera body. Will take some working getting used to using, it's pretty damn long.
17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM - The ultimate ragged on lens, but one of my favourites. Purest will lament it's lack of sharpness, barrel distortion et al. But I find it does exactly what I need it to, straight out the box and my results prove it.
50mm f/1.4 USM - attached to my 40D body is the final lens a nice, more robust 50mm lens. I loved my f/1.8s but ultimately I broke three so, hopefully this one will be more solid!
430EX Speedlite - the greatest toy I ever bought would just like a 580EX II to trigger it off camera and share up lighting duties.
Alright, so they haven't all got red rings but at least they've all got gold! Next lens will probably be a replacement for the 20mm and17-85mm, possible the 17-40mm f/4L USM or more prefereably a brighter IS lens in a similar range. As for the 50m f/1.2L? Pass!
My shooting gear
I was reorganizing my dry cabinet and took out all my gear. Took this chance to shoot my current camera, lenses and flash lineup.
A superzoom 400mm or 500mm for taking birds and plane photos. Probably one of the new Sigma lenses.
Maybe a wide-angle lens, like the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
Photo taken with my wife's D40 + 18-55mm kit lens.
camera lenses and flashes
The Polaroid PL108 shoe mount flash is a Fully Automatic, TTL digital flash with a Guide Number of 60-feet @ 35mm. This unit has a bounce flash head, red-eye reduction capabilities and a focus beam to assist in low light shooting conditions. With Auto Focus, TTL metering, automatic shutter speed settings, this flash allows photographer to spend less time with flash settings. It is powered by two AA batteries (not included). It also features a Tilt/Bounce head which provides Precise Light Control
Auto Focus Assist Lamp
Red eye reduction
Focus beam assist for low-light shooting
Power savings function - Auto Sleep Mode
Full Auto Mode Setting
Type Shoe Mount Flash With Tilt Head
Guide No. 60' (20m) @ 35mm
TTL Dedication Yes
Bounce Head Yes
Vertical bounce angle: 0°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°
Swivel Head No
Zoom Head No
Off Camera Terminal No
Recycle Time 0.3 - 10 sec
Power Source 2 x AA batteries (not included)
Dimensions (WxDxH) 2.6 x 2.1 x 3.9" (65 x 54 x 98mm)
Weight 127 g
If you're tired of the uneven and often underpowered illumination produced by your camera's built-in flash, yet don't see the need to overspend for the flashes offered by your camera manufacturer, welcome to Studio Series lighting solutions from Polaroid.
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