Napioa - Wind Origins

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comment What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
The height was a typo as the question went through a couple of refactors...I have no Marvel connection :) Also corrected "plane" typo, meaning plane surface/floor. About that I also discussed with a professional landscape photographer. He told me higher tripod can be very useful in case we shoot on a steep surface (eg. while hiking on the mountains).
Sep
27
revised What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
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Aug
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comment What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
I chose the MT055CXPRO4 in order to take into account a further leg section. Whether this component would contribute in a better technical carachteristics or not.
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revised What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
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Aug
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comment What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
Nice article indeed!
Aug
21
comment What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
Usually no, the weight is an aspect to take into account, but I am not sure whether the price difference can justify just 0.5Kg less. On long trips/holidays I would pack my tripod in a big luggage. However I plan to use it on hiking trips of one/two days long. Usually I would carry only a lowepro backpack flipside 400 with me.
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revised What are the advantages of a carbon-fibre tripod with more leg sections?
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Feb
21
comment Cokin Z-Pro ND filters with Tokina 11-16mm lens
Thanks for the comment Michael. Indeed I can use the Tokina only in the range from 13 to 16mm to avoid vignetting. As far as I read the Z-PRO should avoid to view the holder edges in ultra wide lenses due to its size. But I would have liked some feedback from people who tried it directly. In any case I would not shoot wider than 13mm with this lens on my FF camera.
Feb
21
asked Cokin Z-Pro ND filters with Tokina 11-16mm lens
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Feb
23
comment What are the key things that distinguish stock photography from other types?
+1 This is definitively a very good comment!
Feb
9
comment Which lens to buy: 50mm f/1.8G or 10-20mm as first extra lens for travel to Japan?
After a while, I ended up buying the Nikon 35mm 1:1.8G. I started using it and, so far, I really like it! Thanks for the suggestions...next steps will be a decent filter and a "portable" tripod :-)
Feb
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accepted Which lens to buy: 50mm f/1.8G or 10-20mm as first extra lens for travel to Japan?
Jan
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comment Which lens to buy: 50mm f/1.8G or 10-20mm as first extra lens for travel to Japan?
Thanks John for your suggestions. About the tripo I have seen it has been ordered by Adorama (much cheaper than Amazon.com -> 159$), but they cannot estimate when will it be available. I will try to look to another shop, since I would like to have it before the end of march. If you can give me some further suggestions about polarizer filters it would be great. I have seen their effect and I like it very much, but again are they worth while or is it more the "beginner entushiasm"?!
Jan
12
comment In which situations should I use my circular polarizing filter?
+1 very good Answer! Which polarizer filter would you suggest for a Nikon 18-55mm lens? I have seen there are many, but I do not know which could be considered an "all-around" filter fitting the most situations.