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    Any photographers? Let's see your gear.

    This is my primary setup for wildlife.

    Canon 7Dmk2 and 500mm F4

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    How most people think I shoot.

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    How I actually shoot

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    Searching before posting will reduce dumb ass questions from you, but may not stop dumb ass responses from me.

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    Not too much in terms gear but I've been using a Canon 70D and a 20D for bodies and my primary lenses are 100-400mm and a 18-135mm. for macro photos, I use a 10-18mm

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    one of the shots I got from this year's KOH
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      #3
      Hmm I read gear and did not think hipster cameras. Still opened

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        #4
        Hipsters wouldn't be caught dead with Canon or Nikon. It's Leica or film.
        Searching before posting will reduce dumb ass questions from you, but may not stop dumb ass responses from me.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Wildcat View Post
          Hipsters wouldn't be caught dead with Canon or Nikon. It's Leica or film.
          Shows how much I know I use a iPhone X

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            #6
            I have a Nikon D300, I use a f/1.8 35mm lens most of the time. Also have the the 18-55mm and 55-200mm lenses. I like how cameras plummet in value faster than cell phones, I don’t have any need for the latest and greatest.

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              #7
              This is my list of camera gear not including the portrait studio.

              Canon Rebel S II, Canon XS, Canon T5i, Canon 7D Mk2
              75-300mm F4-5.6(currently broken), 70-200 F4 L, 400mm F5.6 L, 500mm F4 L
              Last edited by Wildcat; 05-23-2020, 10:06 PM.
              Searching before posting will reduce dumb ass questions from you, but may not stop dumb ass responses from me.

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                #8
                I could use a new high MP camera. I'm poor these days and shoot with a Nikon D3400. I use the cheap 70-300mm but shoot a lot of sports. It is right on the edge of just being enough to shoot football, softball, baseball, volleyball and basketball. I do sports graphics for my girls' basketball team.

                Another parent has a new mirrorless that is about the same MP but when I use his pics, it does such a good job of spreading the colors across transitions that my graphics suffer. I actually get better graphic pictures from my $500 setup than his $7K setup.

                I'm taking pics just to get it done and have had several professionals give me creds. In sports, understanding the game and catching the action goes a long way vs, just pointing, shooting and then cropping. I'm so far from professionals but I do frame sports action pretty well.

                Also, I take single exposures and don't do the multiple. The professionals are busy deleting pics from their cameras and saving the main one and missing action.


                "For God and country, Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo"

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                  #9
                  Uh, I still have my Nikon D80? lol probably time for a new body, although I'm thinking mirrorless.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Gatorgrizz27 View Post
                    I have a Nikon D300, I use a f/1.8 35mm lens most of the time. Also have the the 18-55mm and 55-200mm lenses. I like how cameras plummet in value faster than cell phones, I don’t have any need for the latest and greatest.
                    True that. I picked my 100-400mm used (and it was rebuilt prior to sale) for a really good price. I wouldn't mind upgrading the 20D to a newer body but it's still a great work horse that takes a beating.

                    Also, if you have an instagram account and want to share your pics, post up your tag. mine's acardena13
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                        5D mark IV
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                          #13
                          80D

                          It is more camera than I have skills to utilize, but I enjoy pretending I know what I’m doing.

                          I bought it with the “premium” kit lens, 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM seen in the photo, and I use it more than any other lenses.

                          other lenses include:
                          50mm f/1.8 STM
                          35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM
                          70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM



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                              #15
                              I shoot a Canon 7D MK II with a 70-200IS F4.

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