<p>No one can tell ypothe best DSLR as there is NO best DSLR it is personal taste, what is the best car to buy, answer that one</p>
<p>90 days, NINETY DAYS, I get my clients VIDEOS AND ALBUMS and everything back in 30 days !!!!!!!!!!!</p>
<p>not at all, it is one of THE most annoying photo forums to use,</p>
<p>can you locate NEW threads?<br>
HOW do you find "recent" posts</p>...
<p>I have two Gitzos and can't fault them</p>
<p>Adding a battery grip to the 810 will not get a higher frame rate</p>
<p>This is not the easiest forum to navigate, and in appearance is quite "bland"</p>
<p>Is there no way to list "new" threads alone, or "Latest"...
<p>I have the Manfrotto 055 CF Mag<br>
<p>Can you get a decent one for that money, I don't think so, I have just spent $346 on my second Gitzo, my cheapest Cf manfrotto is also $300+</p>
<p>Forget the courses, forget the books, get a camera, set it to manual and get out and take photographs that is how we learnt years ago.<br>...
<p>Well to become a sports photographer you will need, <br /> Press accreditation, Public liability insurance (£5m), at least two bodies...
<p>You can not "convert" it TO digital, it will work with digital cameras but many functions will not be supported hence the Mets 45 CL-4...
<p>I have two Gitzos and a number of Manfrotto and Giottos, for carrying around I would only suggest the GT3540L, or whatever the latest model is.</p>
<p>Do you want light or do you want rigid or do you want both, that is in fact three choices.<br>
Light means poor damping<br>
Rigid can mean more...
<p>Just ONE card ?????</p>
<p>Never put all your eggs in one basket</p>
<p>My only advice and I have two Gitzo, Three Manfrotto and a Giottos, is to TRY before you buy</p>
<p>I do shoot professionally and I have three lenses that remain with me and the results can be seen here<br /> <br />...
<p>Just joined, hope you don't mind a member from the UK</p>
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